Batman: The Animated Series Easter Eggs

Bam! Adam West, et al! - 7.1/10 with 124 votes
There are a few gems in this one: First of all, the Gray Ghost character is a reference to Batman creater Bob Kane's inspiration, the Shadow (with the hat and the cape). Secondly, the voice for this character is Adam West, who played Batman on the 1960's... more

Reference to Robots - 7.1/10 with 75 votes
The license plate of the car that Randa Duane is driving is 'R.U.R' which is a reference to 'Rossum's Universal Robots' which is considered the first ever usage of the word 'robot'. Also, the name of the creator of the computer is also 'Rossum'.
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Hello, Joel - 7.0/10 with 55 votes
This episode, concerning the BTAS's creators's inspirations for their version of Batman includes a special guest. After we see the "Frank Miller-50-year-old" version of Batman, the three kids run into a young man who's dressing a window maniquin. He... more
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Burton "Cameo" - 6.9/10 with 31 votes
In the beginning of this episode, Batman meets an informant on the tower of the statue of Liberty. The informant has black hair, a long, weirdy face, and has been confirmed by the producers as "Tim Burton," the director of "Batman" and "Batman Returns."... more

Gotham's Busy Shipping Trade - 6.6/10 with 43 votes
i didn't catch the name of the episode, but it's the one where Nightwing and Catwoman team up, to Batman's chagrin. the 'wing and the Cat look at a list of ships coming in to the docks, in hopes to find a clue to the case they're working on. When they... more
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Singing Producers - 6.5/10 with 4 votes
In the Gotham Knights episode "Holiday Knights," Batman meets Gordon at a diner for coffee. In the corner, next to the door are several carolers, among which are Bruce Timm and Paul Dini, series producer and writer respectively. When the man behind... more

Hopey Egg - 6.2/10 with 32 votes
In the episode in which the Penquin tries to "go straight", he is seen getting on a bus after he is set free from prison. As he walks down the aisle, a young girl turns and smiles at the camera. She's "Hopey", from the "Love and Rockets" comic books by... more

Producer "Cameo" - 5.4/10 with 20 votes
In this episode, the Joker terrorizes an average looking shmo called Charles Collins. The character is voiced by Ed Begley Jr., but he is designed to look like BTAS series producer Alan Burnette! Wow. What a show stopper, huh?

Disturbed Writers? - 5.2/10 with 22 votes
In the scene where Batman is looking through the various tapes of Hugo Stranges sessions, many of the names on the tapes are writers(and maybe other people who worked on the show). It's been a longlong time since I saw it, but I think I remember one... more
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The Mail Box - 5.0/10 with 1 votes
In the episode appointment in crime alley when batman walk past leslie's post you will see next to it is bruce timm

Plate Talk - 4.8/10 with 42 votes
At the end of the episode, the Penguin has been put in jail, where he is working the license plate press. The plates for Gotham have the motto "The Dark Deco City" (or state, I can't remember). This is a reference to their trademark background style,... more
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Superman Reference - 3.5/10 with 91 votes
In the episode where baby doll and crock are on a crime spree crock puts some papers down saying"Even the out-of-towners are writing about us! The newspaper has the words "The Daily Planet" written on it. This is a reference to the newspaper Clark Kent... more
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