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Desc:Henry Rollins plays himself as a Batman villian.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:henry rollins, Batman Beyond, Mad Stan, Blow it all up!
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Comment count is 28
K Clobber - 2007-11-02
For a while there, Batman Beyond was one of the best shows on TV.

Where are all the Inque clips? She was a piece of ass.
Merzbau - 2007-11-02
Five stars forever for Henry Rollins vs Batman
Rabid Vegan - 2007-11-02
Rollins gets Stars. Guy kills himself on stage for us.
kingarthur - 2007-11-02
This works for me on so many levels.
IrishWhiskey - 2007-11-02
Would be perfect except for one thing: Whiny Batman.

Classic Batman does not complain about being late for dates. If she doesn't to wait, there's plenty of other supermodels for him to bang.
K Clobber - 2007-11-03
That's because he's gay. Publicly, all his focus was on getting the prissy spoiled rich girl he had nothing in common with. She started out unattainable, was even more so once he became Batman. She was a beard. The best kind of beard because he didn't have to fuck her. If he were straight, he would have gone after the hot black sidekick girl - smart, sexy, cool, and trustworthy - she knew all his secrets. She was the better choice all around, and the more pragmatic one. Also she was interested.

I'm convinced that if this show had gone on a few more years, we would have seen Terry come to terms with his homosexuality. No misunderstanding: I'm not disparaging the boy. His orientation had no bearing on his merits as a superhero.

Also I'm only responding to the part about being late for a date. He's whiny because he's a kid, not because he's a fruit.

RandomFerret - 2007-11-11
The thing is, Terry's not really Batman. Bruce tells him as much in one of the episodes. He's just another tool Batman uses. Terry McGuinness might as well be living in a compartment on Bruce Wayne's belt.

Thundercougarfalconbird - 2007-11-02
hell yes.
coprolalia - 2007-11-03

Also, IrishWhiskey: Yeah, Bruce had a line of disposable bimbos and would never get distracted by women. This snot-nosed brat has a lot to learn.
K Clobber - 2007-11-03
Bruce just has a more obsessive type of personality. Terry is a different kind of Batman. The merits of a superhero are difficult to quantify.

CornOnTheCabre - 2007-12-01
your mother's fat ass is difficult to quantify

Nikon - 2009-01-28
Terry's a lot more Peter Parker than Batman: trying hard to protect his family, manage his personal life/relationship, etc. He's an all right guy, but he's not the obsessed guy that Bruce was.

Syd Midnight - 2007-11-03
Best part is, he probably has a funny 10 minute story to tell about it.
StanleyPain - 2007-11-03
Easily the best cartoon supervillain introduction ever: BLOW IT ALL UP!
Zhou Fang - 2007-11-03

Caminante Nocturno - 2007-11-03
What's the point of wearing that vest if you're just going to take it off once it's about to explode? WUSS!!!
Jeriko-1 - 2007-11-03
KnowFuture - 2007-11-03
+5 for most creative use of Batman's ears when he gets slammed headfirst into the ground.

+ a bunch more for Henry Rollins.

LetsFistAgain - 2007-11-03
Jesus Henry why?
IrishWhiskey - 2007-11-03
Because any man who passes up a chance to beat up Batman is not a real man.

Janusian Soul - 2007-11-03
Someone flunked out of suicide bomber school.
B. Weed - 2007-11-03
Much funnier send-up of his image than his appearances on Teen Titans.
Blaise - 2007-11-03
Self-Parody is the best of kind.

Pillager - 2007-11-10
Cool clip, but I liked Henry's work as Bonk a lot better...
Calamity Jon - 2007-11-20
I never before understood why "screaming guitars" were considered "futuristic." I didn't realize that Henry Rollins would be a super-powered maniac in the future. I have learned something.
Cleaner82 - 2008-06-03
I don't think "ten minutes" means what you think it means.
MrBuddy - 2008-11-17
I give it 5 stars just because it's got Mad Stan.
Hooper_X - 2008-12-17
Rollins beats up Batman. Awesome.
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