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Batman (T.A.S) - S02 E51 - The Man Who Killed Batman
It first aired on February 1, As it pours on Gotham City , a man hurriedly runs to Rupert Thorne's house. So Sidney tells his story Sidney was an average, two-bit crook who wanted to move up in the underworld, and agreed to go on a drug run as a lookout. A gangster named Eddie G. Unfortunately, the Batman does show up, and tackles Sidney.
Sign in. Stars on the purple carpet at the Emmys decide which TV show characters would make great superheroes or supervillains , and more. Watch now. A small time crook tells his story of how he accidentally seemed to kill Batman, and how now everyone wants to kill him next. Despite bring a story about a clueless bottom-feeding gangster not to mention one that barely even includes the Dark Knight , 'The Man Who Killed Batman' is one that really shows off the earnest intent and terrific writing of the series. Matt Frewer feels perfect as Sid the Squid and really brings out his weasel-like nature. The beauty of this is that you really don't know where it's going, but it's tremendous fun getting there.
"The Man Who Killed Batman" is the forty-ninth episode of the first series of Batman: The Animated Series. It first aired on February 1, Contents[show] Plot.
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The episode begins with a standard B:TAS image, a dark alley on a stormy night, as a rain-soaked figure runs in panic. - It first aired on February 1, As rain pours down on Gotham City , a man hurriedly runs through the streets.
We open with a terrified man running through the rainy streets of Gotham, as if being chased by someone. Mysterious Crime Fighter Missing. Thorne agrees and despite Sidney's nervousness, Thorne greets him warmly. We then see the reason for such warmth:. Sidney only stammers nervously at that statement, and halfway denies that it is true, before explaining that he is in big trouble. He then starts telling his story.