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Video & Stills from "Batman: The Brave & the Bold" Episode "Enter the Outsiders!"

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Toon Zone News has received two new video clips and several screenshots from “Enter the Outsiders!”, the next episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, premiering on Cartoon Network on Friday, January 9, 2009, at 8:00 PM (Eastern/Pacific). Click the images to play the clips (requires QuickTime):

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You can also right-click on either of the following links (control-click on a Mac) to save the QuickTime files to your computer, if the embedded videos above do not play:

  • Clip #1 (400×300, 2.5 MB)
  • Clip #2 (400×300, 5.8 MB)

Click on any of the screenshot thumbnails below to get a high-definition still from the episode:




The Synopsis:

In this week’s episode, Batman and his mentor Wildcat face off against a group of teens–the Outsiders–whose violent pranks turn to criminal activity under the control of the evil Slug. Batman and B’Wana Beast team up to take down Black Manta in teaser.

Guest stars in this episode include:

Andy Miller as B’wana Beast
Vyvan Pham as Katana
R. Lee Ermey as Wildcat
Bumper Robinson as Black Lightning
Alex Polinsky as Slug
Scott Menville as Metamorpho

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