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Bullwhip aka Harold is a teenager who kidnap Dr. Coros's wife to make the doctor turn him into a cyber enhanceted gang. He also made him to do it with his gang. Later, Batman and the doctor finds out that the doctor's wife is having an affiar with Bullwhip. Later, Batman defeats Bullwhip's gang causing to Bullwhip to escape. He went to the doctor and asked him to make him stronger, unaware that the doctor found out about him and his wife.
 
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'''Bullwhip''' (real name: '''Harold''') was a teenager who is able to extract metal whips from his wrists and a supervillain in the animated TV series ''Batman Beyond''. He is the main antagonist of episode "April Moon".
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==History==
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Bullwhip got these powers by enlisting the aid of Dr. Corso. He seemingly was not satisfied enough with the weapons. So, he and his gang kidnapped Dr. Corso's wife April and blackmailed him into making upgrades to his wrists.
   
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However, Batman got involved and the gang overpowered him the first time.
The doctor stated that he wont be holding back (meaning he's going to kill him).
 
   
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After stalking them to their hideout, Batman and Dr. Corso found out that April wasn't kidnapped, but there willingly and was having an affair with Bullwhip. Dr. Corso panicked and fled.
He appears in Batman Beyond
 
   
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After Batman disabled all his teammates, Bullwhip returned to Dr. Corso asking him to upgrade his wrists again and "don't hold back", unaware that Corso knew everything. Dr. Corso took his drill out and Bullwhip's words literally and proceeded to work on his wrists.
   
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Bullwhip's ultimate fate is unknown but Bruce implied that Dr. Corso most likely murdered him or at least maimed or lobotomized him.
 
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==Trivia==
Brace Wayne stated that Bullwhip won't be coming back.
 
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*All the members of the "April Moon Gang" are inspired by Marvel Comics characters. In the case of Bullwhip, it is [[Omega Red]].
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Revision as of 03:35, 28 August 2018

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Bullwhip (real name: Harold) was a teenager who is able to extract metal whips from his wrists and a supervillain in the animated TV series Batman Beyond. He is the main antagonist of episode "April Moon".

History

Bullwhip got these powers by enlisting the aid of Dr. Corso. He seemingly was not satisfied enough with the weapons. So, he and his gang kidnapped Dr. Corso's wife April and blackmailed him into making upgrades to his wrists.

However, Batman got involved and the gang overpowered him the first time.

After stalking them to their hideout, Batman and Dr. Corso found out that April wasn't kidnapped, but there willingly and was having an affair with Bullwhip. Dr. Corso panicked and fled.

After Batman disabled all his teammates, Bullwhip returned to Dr. Corso asking him to upgrade his wrists again and "don't hold back", unaware that Corso knew everything. Dr. Corso took his drill out and Bullwhip's words literally and proceeded to work on his wrists.

Bullwhip's ultimate fate is unknown but Bruce implied that Dr. Corso most likely murdered him or at least maimed or lobotomized him.

Trivia

  • All the members of the "April Moon Gang" are inspired by Marvel Comics characters. In the case of Bullwhip, it is Omega Red.

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