A mounted policeman is in a city park admiring a spider when a giant manta assault vehicle walks by, carrying a stolen armored car. Batman and his current ally B’wana Beast are in pursuit. B’wana Beast borrows the policeman’s horse and uses his unique power to merge the horse with the nearby spider. He then rides the spider-horse after the assault vehicle, leaping from wall to wall and spinning a web ahead of it. Black Manta uses the vehicle’s assault shears to cut through the webbing and fires missiles at B’wana Beast. The hero is knocked off of his mount but Batman draws the villain’s fire then heads for the pier. B’wana Beast follows and creates a new hybrid: a pelican-shark. He flies it into the vehicle’s cockpit and takes out Black Manta. The villain is taken away and Batman admits that B’wana Beast’s power is useful… and gross...Read the full recap
B'wana Beast: We did it, Batman. What do you think of my powers now?
Batman: They're unorthodox, B'wana Beast, but quite useful in the fight against crime. (to himself) And incredibly gross.
Batman: Wildcat is a hero from a bygone era, and he's waging a war against an enemy he can't beat: time.
Batman: And I wouldn't need to track them with gizmos if I didn't had to bail you out while they got away. Twice.
Wildcat: And who said I needed you to bail me out? You know, I've been doing this since you've been in bat diapers and I've got along just fine.
Wildcat: This is my fault. the world's changed around me, and I'm still the same as I've always been--all fists, no brains. You were right. I should have retired a long time ago.
Batman: If I wanted you to retire, it's because you've been like a father to me. And I didn't want to lose another one.
Slug: I’ll pound you into dust!
Wildcat: I’d better turn up my hearing aid, because all I can hear is you sucking wind.