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There were 120 cards in the base set. This was based on the 1995
live-action Batman film, "Batman Forever". There were other
card series and special cards made for this movie, but this is the
Cards: I won't
display every card from this series because I don't think every card is
necessarily attractive or otherwise special. What
you'll see here are some of the cards I think stand out.
I hope you enjoy these cards, too!
Ready for Duty
Chris O'Donnell as Robin. He made a very good Robin and I enjoyed
him a lot. This was the first Batman film in a long time to bring
the character of Robin back. He was a long time coming, but they
did him right. Even the funky new Robin costume worked out well.
#33: Nygma's Brainchild
Jim Carrey as Edward Nygma, later known as The Riddler. This
third Batman film in the modern series was the first to introduce
Robin, a long-awaited character. But it was Jim Carrey as The
Riddler that was such a huge sensation in merchandising. I don't
get it. I thought Robin would have been the bigger deal for sure,
but Jim Carrey's popularity was on an incredible hot streak at that
time. Jim Carrey was a good choice in casting the Riddler
character. However, I think his performance was a bit TOO
over-the-top. Riddler has always been a flamboyant character, but
in this movie he's sometimes hard to watch. I still liked his
Riddler for the most part.
#40: Burn Batty Burn!
Tommy Lee Jones as Two-Face. He was the absolute most appropriate
choice to play this character. He has the look, and he played it
well, too. You can tell Tommy had a good time with this movie.