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This is the list of episodes for the Kids' WB series Batman Beyond.

Episodes

Season 1 (1999)

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Rebirth January 10, 1999 01
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Part 1: Bruce Wayne, the original Batman, retires due to failing health when his rescue of a kidnapped woman nearly goes wrong and he must resort to almost using a gun—the ultimate sin in his eyes. Twenty years later, Terrence "Terry" McGinnis discovers Batman's identity after the aging Bruce Wayne helps him fight off a gang of Jokerz (street punks enamored of the original Clown Prince of Crime). After Terry's father is murdered, Terry seeks Bruce's help to avenge him.
Part 2: Terry steals the Batsuit to pursue his father's killer, a professional bodyguard named Mr. Fixx (George Takei) whose employer Derek Powers (Sherman Howard), the current CEO of Wayne-Powers, is secretly using the company's resources to develop a biological weapon. Bruce Wayne, discovering the theft, deactivates the suit, but when seeing the now-helpless Terry being punched out reactivates it so he can continue pursuing Fixx, and in the end Wayne appears at Terry's house to hire him as a "special assistant."
03 03 Black Out January 30, 1999 03 Kids' WB
Terry, having just started to work for Bruce Wayne, faces off against Inque, a notorious shapeshifting mercenary who is sabotaging FoxTeca, a company formed by Lucius Fox's son.
04 04 Golem February 6, 1999 04 Kids' WB
Willie Watt, a high school nerd who has been picked on one too many times, steals a construction robot from his father to scare his chief tormentor, Nelson Nash. But when Batman tries to stop the robot, it becomes bonded to Willie mentally, giving him more power than he ever dreamed of.
05 05 Meltdown February 13, 1999 07 Kids' WB
Wayne-Powers builds a new body for Victor Fries, better known as Batman's opponent Mr. Freeze, in the hope that a similar treatment might reverse Derek Powers' transformation into Blight. Seemingly cured of his need for extreme cold, Fries tries to redeem himself, but neither the former Batman, Bruce Wayne, nor his former victims completely trust him, and his benefactors have plans of their own. Wayne's protégé, Terry McGinnis, seeks to help Fries in redemption.
06 06 Heroes February 20, 1999 08 Kids' WB
The Terrific Trio, a group of scientists who became superheroes after gaining powers in an experiment gone awry, make their way into Gotham and become media sensations. But Magma, Freon, and 2-D Man soon learn that the accident that gave them their powers was not really an accident. The Trio are inspired by the Fantastic Four, with 2D Man being Mr. Fantastic, Magma being a combination of the Thing and the Human Torch, and Freon can spread her molecules apart to the point where she becomes hard to see, and her ice beams can form protective shields, making her analogous to the Invisible Woman.
07 07 Shriek March 13, 1999 10 Kids' WB
Derek Powers hires Shriek, a former sound engineer-turned-supervillain, as part of an elaborate scheme to run Bruce Wayne out of his shared control over Wayne-Powers. (note: In this episode, while touring the historic district of Gotham, Bruce spots a Wanted poster of the Joker, marking his only pictured appearance outside the movie.)
08 08 Dead Man's Hand March 20, 1999 06 Kids' WB
Terry must deal with both his rejection by his girlfriend, Dana, and a group of Bruce's old enemies, the Royal Flush Gang, who pattern themselves after playing card ranks. Things look up for Terry when he meets a girl named Melanie who seems to share his problems. This episode makes reference to Catwoman when Bruce says to Terry, "Let me tell you about a woman named Selina Kyle."
09 09 The Winning Edge April 10, 1999 05 Kids' WB
"Slappers", illegal steroid patches containing the drug Venom, are all the rage with Hill High School's athletes, and Bruce suspects that one of his old enemies, Bane, may have a hand in their production. However Terry finds that Bane has become a withered old man due to his constant use of the poisonous drug and a caretaker scientist named Chappell is using the drug to suit his own needs. Chapel douses himself with Venom, but he is exposed to too much of the toxin which leaves him halfway dead and crushed by the broken debris.
10 10 Spellbound May 1, 1999 09 Kids' WB
A villain known as Spellbinder uses hypnotic technology to orchestrate a string of robberies, turning his victims into his unwitting accomplices.
11 11 Disappearing Inque May 8, 1999 12 Kids' WB
Inque is freed by a lovesick worker at the cryogenics plant where she is being held. Trapped in her mutated form, she seeks to attain the chemicals that will allow her to once again regain her human shape, and get revenge on Batman and the "mysterious old man" who aids him.
12 12 A Touch of Curaré May 15, 1999 11 Kids' WB
A deadly assassin named Curare is sent after D.A. Sam Young, husband of Commissioner Barbara Gordon. Batman's attempts to protect Young lead to conflicts with Gordon, and some surprising revelations about the past.
13 13 Ascension May 22, 1999 13 Kids' WB
As Derek Powers' Blight persona slowly destroys what was left of his normal life, he turns to his son for help. Paxton Powers seems willing to help Batman bring his father in, but unfortunately, deception and greed run in the family.

Season 2 (1999–2000)

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Season 3 (2000–2001)

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Direct-to-video film (2000)

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Crossovers

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Short (2014)

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