Batman: The Animated Series 25th Anniversary #44: Day Of The Samurai

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Day Of The Samurai was first broadcasted on February 23, 1993 with a script by Steve Perry and directed by Bruce Timm.

Kyodai Ken kidnaps Kari, star pupil of Yoru Sensei, the martial arts instructor who taught both Kyodai and Bruce. The ninja’s ransom for her is a scroll that teaches the location of the fabled Death Touch.

Yay, a sequel to an episode I didn’t like the first time around and guess what, I don’t like the sequel.

I really do not like Kyodai Ken, he’s more of a pest than an actual threat and guess what, this episode ain’t any better.

The whole episode as a whole just comes off as a waste. The animation in this one is way too bouncy, like watch this scene for example:

Some of it doesn’t even look like it’s even rendered or finished, I expect better animation from this series than what this episode does.

I’m sorry, I’m not being too descriptive on this particular episode but I’m sorry, this episode is such a bore, it’s not exciting, it’s not engaging, the animation is really bad, there’s not a thread of enjoyment in this one, it’s just not a good episode. But there is good news, at least this is the last time we ever see Kyodai Ken in this series and thank god for that, can we now get back to the fun stuff again?

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