Batman - Season 1 Episodes

Episode 1

“The Cat And The Claw (1)”

Catwoman steals a valuable necklace to fund the purchase of land for a mountain lion preserve but is thwarted by a group of terrorists.

Episode 2

“On Leather Wings”

When a vicious bat creature known as Man-Bat, starts terrorizing Gotham City, everyone mistakenly thinks that Batman is the culprit. Batman must find out who the mysterious Man-Bat is and clear his own name.

Episode 3

“Heart of Ice”

Brilliant cryogenics expert Dr. Victor Fries is transformed into Mr. Freeze, a vengeful creature who can only survive in subzero temperatures.

Episode 4

“Feat Of Clay (1)”

Roland Daggett disguises himself as Bruce Wayne in an attempt to attck Lucius Fox. Daggett gets poisoned and becomes Clayface.

Episode 5

“Feat Of Clay (2)”

Clayface learns that the man responsible for his disfigurement is to appear on TV, promoting a skin conditioner containing the same chemical that deformed him.

Episode 6

“It's Never Too Late”

An aging Mob boss learns his drug dealings have contributed to his son's drug addiction.

Episode 7

“Joker's Favor”

In order to save his own life, An accountant named Charlie Collins must do the Joker a favor to kill Commissioner Gordon. Can Batman stop him before this act goes underway...

Episode 8

“The Cat And The Claw (2)”

When Catwoman infiltrates the underground headquarters of the terrorists, both she and Batman are captured and left to die as victims of a viral plague.

Episode 9

“Pretty Poison”

When District Attorney Harvey Dent is poisoned after a dinner date, Batman makes the horrifying discovery that his date was Poison Ivy, a plant-obsessed villainess.

Episode 10

“Nothing to Fear”

A horrifying villain named Scarecrow spreads fear gas and wreaks havoc at Gotham State University.

Episode 11

“Be A Clown”

The Joker infiltrates the birthday party of Mayor Hill's son in order to plant a bomb.

Episode 12

“Appointment in Crime Alley”

Batman's friend, Dr. Leslie Thompkins, is taken prisoner by a ruthless land developer after she uncovers his devious plans.

Episode 13


Bullock's account of a botched sting operation is so at odds with the other officers' testimony that the police investigator suspends everyone involved.

Episode 14

“The Clock King”

When a maniacally punctilious man faces financial ruin because of attorney Hamilton Hill, he transforms into the devious Clock King and swears revenge on Hill, now the mayor of Gotham.

Episode 15

“The Last Laugh”

The Joker employs a lethal mind-altering laughing gas to transform the citizens of Gotham into total fools.

Episode 16

“Eternal Youth”

Alfred and his friend, Maggie Paige, visit a health spa that is actually run by the nefarious Poison Ivy.

Episode 17

“Two-Face (1)”

District Attorney Harvey Dent hides a deep dark secret--he has a second personality, Big Bad Harv, a tough gangster.

Episode 18

“Two-Face (2)”

Two-Face, the former Harvey Dent, begins an aggressive campaign against his hated rival, Rupert Thorne.

Episode 19

“Fear of Victory”

The Scarecrow uses a fear chemical triggered by adrenaline on Gotham's greatest athletes, then bets against them to reap the winnings.

Episode 20

“I've Got Batman in My Basement”

After the Penguin sprays Batman with nerve gas, a 12-year-old boy rescues the unconscious hero and hides him in his basement.

Episode 21


Batman suspects that an imprisoned Detective Bullock may be innocent after he is arrested for murder. The real murderer turns out to be Killer Croc, who framed Bullock to get revenge.

Episode 22

“Prophecy Of Doom”

Bruce begins to worry when all of his wealthy friends join the same Brotherhood group run by Nostromos, a so-called psychic.

Episode 23

“The Forgotten”

When men begin disappearing at a bowery, Bruce Wayne decides to go undercover as a worker. He loses his memory after he is attacked, kidnapped, and forced to work in a mining camp.

Episode 24

“Mad As A Hatter”

The Mad Hatter puts the city of Gotham under his control in an attempt to impress a woman, Alice, with whom he is in love. However, when he discovers that she likes someone else, he plans to exterminate the competition and kidnap Alice.

Episode 25

“The Cape And Cowl Conspiracy”

Batman investigates a theft of bearer bonds intended for the starving people of a poor country.

Episode 26

“Perchance To Dream”

Bruce Wayne wakes up to find that his parents are not dead, he is not Batman, and he's engaged to Selina Kyle!

Episode 27

“The Underdwellers”

Batman discovers a gang of forgotten runaways living deep within the Gotham sewer system.

Episode 28

“Night Of The Ninja”

When Wayne Enterprises is robbed by a mysterious figure known as the Ninja, Batman and Robin discover that the Ninja is an old nemesis of Bruce Wayne.

Episode 29

“The Strange Secret Of Bruce Wayne”

Dr. Hugo Strange's invention, a machine that reads people's thoughts, leads him to discover that Bruce is Batman.

Episode 30

“Tyger, Tyger”

Episode 31

“Dreams In Darkness”

Batman must thwart the Scarecrow's plan to poison Gotham's water supply with a chemical that induces hallucinations.

Episode 32

“Beware The Gray Ghost”

Episode 33

“Cat Scratch Fever”

Selina Kyle uncovers a plot to infect stray animals with a deadly disease that will be transmitted to the human population.

Episode 34

“I Am The Night”

Episode 35

“Almost Got 'Im”

Episode 36

“Moon Of The Wolf”

Episode 37

“Terror In The Sky”

Episode 38

“Christmas With The Joker”

The Joker makes a very sneaky escape from Arkham Asylum to spread his own Christmas Cheer through Gotham City.

Episode 39

“Heart Of Steel (1)”

Karl Rossum, owner of Cyberton Labs has been replacing important authority figures with robot look-alikes. Batman invites a young woman to dinner, not knowing that she is a robot as well.

Episode 40

“Heart Of Steel (2)”

Episode 41

“If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich?”

Episode 42

“Joker's Wild”

After a rich, cocky billionaire builds a casino mocking the name of the Joker, The Clown Prince of Crime seeks revenge on billionaire Cameron Kaiser.

Episode 43

“His Silicon Soul”

A confused robot that believes he is Batman causes problems for the real Dark Knight.

Episode 44

“Off Balance”

Episode 45

“What Is Reality?”

Episode 46

“The Laughing Fish”

The Joker lashes out when he is denied copyright to his newly created "Joker Fish."

Episode 47

“Harley And Ivy”

Harley Quinn has broken off with the Joker and teams up with Poison Ivy. Together they wreck havoc on Gotham and now Joker wants a piece of the action.

Episode 48

“The Mechanic”

Episode 49

“The Man Who Killed Batman”

Episode 50


Episode 51

“Robin's Reckoning (1)”

After learning the name of an extortion ringleader, Batman mysteriously refuses to let Robin continue the investigation with him.

Episode 52

“Birds Of A Feather”

Episode 53

“Robin's Reckoning (2)”

Despite Batman's orders not to, Robin pursues Tony Zucco, the criminal who was responsible for the death of Robin's parents.

Episode 54

“Blind As A Bat”

Bruce Wayne is temporarily blinded when the Penguin steals a new police helicopter with weaponry developed by WayneTech.

Episode 55

“Day Of The Samurai”

Episode 56

“See No Evil”

After a fortune disappears from a gem exposition, Batman investigates. He discovers that the crime may have been committed by an invisible man, an ex-con named Lloyd Ventris.

Episode 57

“The Demon's Quest (1)”

When Robin is mysteriously abducted, Batman's search leads him to meet Ra's Al Ghul, leader of The Society of Shadows, whose daughter, Talia, has also been kidnapped.

Episode 58

“The Demon's Quest (2)”

Batman discovers Ra's Al Ghul's plan to flood Earth with chemicals and return it to a lush, green planet--which will destroy all life that now exists!

Episode 59

“Read My Lips”

Batman investigates a series of baffling crimes and discovers that the crime czar is a wooden dummy, manipulated by a mild-mannered man called the Ventriloquist.

Episode 60

“Fire From Olympus”

Believing he's the reincarnation of Zeus, a mad shipping magnate mounts a stolen electron cannon atop his penthouse to shoot "lightning bolts" at the "wicked mortals" below.