Terry recounts to Max one of his earlier adventures as Batman, during which he revealed his face to a child and inadvertently made the boy a target of KOBRA. The final official episode of Batman Beyond, “Unmasked” was scheduled to air on September 14, 2001, but due to its terrorism-related content on the September 11 […]
Zeta returns to Neo-Gotham City to look for his creator, but falls into the clutches of Mad Stan, who turns him into a walking time-bomb. Batman and Ro must track Zeta down before time runs out.
After the leader of KOBRA kidnaps Max to be his wife, Batman is forced not only to rescue her, but to stop KOBRA’s plot to revert the world back to when dinosaurs ruled it… with their gene-spliced dinosaur men as the dominant species.
Terry is sent to Bruce’s old friend Kairi Tanaka to brush up on his combat skills, and inadvertently befriends the heir-apparent to the criminal organization KOBRA.
Big Time returns to Neo-Gotham, causing problems for both Batman and his alter-ego Terry McGinnis, who still feels guilty for what happened to him.
To get to the bottom of the problem facing the Justice League, Batman must face off against his own teammates—including Superman himself. He must seek the help from Bruce who knew of an old enemy of theirs, Starro the Conquerer. Though he defeats it and a grateful Superman offers him to join the Justice League, […]
Superman drafts Batman into the Justice League when he suspects there is a traitor among them. Despite Bruce’s warning not to join, Terry goes against it and soon discovers a conspiracy against the League.
Batman reluctantly agrees to aid a genetically enhanced gorilla in finding the poacher who kidnapped his mother.
Bruce Wayne’s former love, Talia, returns to offer him the chance to be eternally young. However, Bruce and Terry discover a dark secret. Decades ago, after Talia sided with Bruce against her father, Ra’s al Ghul was left mortally wounded beyond the Lazarus Pit’s ability to heal. In order to save himself, Ra’s al Ghul […]
When a friend from Terry’s troubled past, Charlie “Big Time” Bigelow, returns, Terry tries to stop him from repeating his mistakes and going back to jail. However, when Charlie ends up helping a gang of crooks rob a Wayne-Powers research lab, he is exposed to a dangerous experimental chemical and mutates into a monstrous giant.
After Inque’s latest employer betrays her and blasts her with an experimental weapon that causes her body to slowly dissolve, she is forced to turn to someone whom she has not seen in years: her daughter.
Batman goes up against a new, seemingly-invulnerable foe called the Repeller, who uses technology similar to a prototype that Wayne-Powers’ medical division has been developing.
The Royal Flush Gang return, minus Ten, in an attempt to regain their reputation. However, after they are double-crossed by Paxton Powers, both Paxton and the gang seek to increase their bank accounts through Bruce Wayne.
When Ace goes missing, Bruce remembers the origin of his pet canine. Terry discovers an underground dog fighting organization. This episode, while officially part of Season Three, was released on the Season Two DVD Boxset and not on Season Three’s.
Shriek traps Batman in the abandoned tunnels beneath Neo-Gotham intent on revenge, and Bruce must ally with Max to find him.
A new vigilante who calls himself Payback begins taking revenge on the tormentors of several troubled teenagers, all of whom are in the same therapy group. When Terry goes undercover in the group to find the culprit, he begins to suspect the doctor running the sessions, but Payback’s real identity proves to be someone nobody […]
A virtual-reality game designer uses three teenage fans’ devotion to the game universe in order to eliminate his enemies and rivals (including one inspired by writers Bruce Vilanch and Gary Gygax).
A bionics designer is forced to give a gang of street punks robotic implants after they kidnap his wife. To stop them, Batman needs a special verbal “kill-phrase” to shut down their implants, but can he convince the designer to give it to him?
Batman reluctantly joins forces with his former enemy, Stalker, to hunt down a wily criminal named False-Face, who has stolen a dangerous virus for a criminal organization called KOBRA.
A holomorphic military android has been reported to have gone rogue, and Terry needs to find him before he kills someone. But has the android really gone rogue, or has he just gained a conscience? This episode leads into the spin-off series The Zeta Project.
Terry is forced to take a computer-simulated “baby” with him everywhere—even as Batman—in order to make the grade in Family Studies. Meanwhile, a family of jewel thieves are plying their trade around Neo-Gotham, stealing priceless rubies.
A gossip reporter acquires the technology to become incorporeal and becomes the ultimate Peeping Tom. When he discovers Batman’s identity, he threatens to reveal it on national television, but soon discovers the technology is having an adverse effect on his body.
After losing his job as a weapons designer, the stepfather of one of Terry’s friends turns to crime to make ends meet as a supervillain called Armory.
A new program for troubled kids is becoming a popular last resort among parents in Gotham, but “the Ranch” is not everything it seems. When Terry’s friend Chelsea Cunningham gets sent to there, Terry goes to investigate, but ends up biting off more than he can chew.