This is one of the few Batman cartoons that does not have Two-Face in it.
Why do Hawkman and Green Lantern need to get their powers back from the androids? Wouldn't it be smarter for Green Lantern to simply recharge his ring? Hawkman has wings. He might lose his super strength, but he can still use his wings to fly.
Look closely: Much like in "The Batman/Superman Story," despite being near the sun, you cannot see Mercury or Venus. Another point is that the sun is a couple of thousand times smaller than in reality. Also, it is a few million miles too close to Earth.
When J'onn asks Batgirl to set up the code to defeat the Joining, she says "She's still trying to figure out the remote on her TV." This doesn't make much sense because in the past, she has proven to be good with anything technical; in "Attack of the Terrible Trio," she was working on the Bat-computer, in "White Heat" she knew how to use the radiation detector, in "Thunder" she knew how to hack into Zeus' systems, and in "The Apprentice" she knew how to use the tracer device that she planted on Joker. Additionally, she was even shown using a remote for a TV fine in "Batgirl Begins Part Two."
Green Lantern and Hawkman's powers have been shown to come from external sources. Yet, they are seen hooked up to the power-draining machine when the Joining could have just removed their ring and suit. (Reply: Even more interesting, why are their powers "gone" like the others? Hawkman should still be able to fly with his wings and Lantern should only need to recharge his ring (assuming the lantern battery is close) -- With regard to the machine, perhaps the only way to infuse the androids with their powers was by draining their actual life force.)
Nitpick: Even though Robin was fully exposed (yellow outline) to the Nth element, his cape and hair seem to still be affected by gravity somehow.
It isn't explained how Robin was cured of the anti-gravity effect of the Nth element since Hawkman had implied it was permanent.
Hawkman's look has been altered since his appearance in "The Joining (2)".
The van that Joker and Harley use is the same van that 'Team Penguin' used in the episode of the same name. It only has some minor modifications by Joker like some stickers with his face.
The Fox, The Shark and The Vulture appeared in Batman: TAS, except instead of mutants, they were just three male jewel thieves in masks.
According to this episode, Barbara Gordon is now attending Gotham University.
Joker's gaming slacker lackey is voiced by Patton Oswalt, who previously voiced the toy-themed villain Krank.
The bird skeleton Joker carries with him is a canary. Miners would bring canaries into mine shafts to monitor air quality. If the bird died, they would evacuate. Today, we have equipment to verify air content as well as oxygen levels.
Robin seemed surprised that his mirror duplicate could talk, but he had just heard the duplicate guard talk moments ago.
When Batgirl rushes to Batman and Robin's rescue, Batman tells her to stay back. However, this was not Rino Romano's voice but the voice of Phosphorus.
Blaze and Firefly break up by the end.
In the end credits, Alastair Duncan's credit as Alfred is cut off.
In the credits, Alfred's name is misspelled as "Aldred".
Clayface II is gray here rather than the pinkish hue he had in his debut episode.
The jet pack Robin gets in this episode was first seen on the Robin action figure released by Mattel Toys early 2007.
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