The young protégé of one of the world's greatest superheroes has his first encounter with an old nemesis in this direct-to-video feature adapted from the popular animated series Batman Beyond. Terry McGinnis (Will Friedle) has taken over the crime-fighting responsibilities of Batman from aging Bruce Wayne (Kevin Conroy), but while Terry has learned a great deal from Wayne, he's never heard the startling truth about Batman's final encounter with his arch-enemy, The Joker (Mark Hamill). However, when The Joker returns to Gotham City as vicious as ever, Wayne decides that it's time that the new Batman learned all there is to know about the green-faced terror before he can bring the city to its knees -- especially after Bruce is attacked by his one-time rival. Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker also features the voice talents of Melissa Joan Hart and Angie Harmon. Upon its initial release, the movie sparked some controversy among Batman Beyond fans because of last-minute edits that toned down the violence level. However, it was eventually released on DVD in an uncut format. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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It REALLY was a movie! I've gotten burned so many times by WB's habit of putting out the same old stuff under different DVD names, but they actually had a movie in this one. Most of the time, it's just a bunch of TV episodes put together under the CLAIM of a movie... complete with the commercial fades and the TV intro every 15 minutes.--- This was actually fairly good, with a nice little story. It was kind of predictable, but they did a good job of bringing a digital Joker back into a flesh form for the future Bat-kid. Nice little twists, especially since it's pretty much geared for adolescent audiences.