In 1992, Batman: The Animated Series landed on television. The cartoon show, based on the DC Comics character of the same name, followed the story of Batman and his ongoing fight for justice in Gotham City.
Upon making its debut, the series was deemed a colossal hit with audiences and fast became must-see television. Critics loved the show’s sharp writing, excellent plotting, and superb animation, while fans appreciated the care that was taken to ensure the Batman mythology was presented just right.
One of the defining successes of Batman: The Animated Series was its crazy cast of core villains. And one of the best rogues was the Penguin, aka Oswald Cobblepot, who appeared in the series multiple times.
But if you’re new to the series, you happen to love the Penguin and are keen to check out all of his appearances, how many times did he pop up in the show? And more importantly, what are all the Penguin episodes?
For all the details and more, keep reading. Below you will find a list of all of the Penguin’s appearances, including cameos.
Every episode of Batman: The Animated Series featuring the Penguin
Below is a list of every episode of Batman: The Animated Series featuring the Penguin. This list includes episodes where the Penguin was the main villain, as well as episodes featuring small cameo appearances.
In total, the Penguin appeared twelve times:
- I’ve Got a Batman in my Basement
- The Strange Secret of Bruce Wayne
- Almost Got ‘Im
- The Mechanic
- Birds of a Feather
- Blind as a Bat
- Girl’s Night Out
- Judgement Day
- Dreams in Darkness (cameo)
- Second Chance (cameo)
- Joker’s Millions (cameo)
- The Ultimate Thrill (cameo)
Please note: Cameo appearances can indicate a reduced/small role in an episode, or can simply be a quick on-screen appearance that lasts mere seconds. All of the episodes which feature cameo appearances have been placed at the end of this list, as these are not Penguin stories.
In addition to his twelve television appearances, Penguin also featured in the Batman: The Animated Series spin-off movie: Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman (2003).
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