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"Terror, Part II: Strange Scarecrow": During his psychiatric sessions with a disguised Hugo Strange, Jonathan Crane talks about his youth, how he got mobbed at school and how he became Scarecrow. Strange continues to



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Synopsis for "Terror, Part II: Strange Scarecrow"

During his psychiatric sessions with a disguised Hugo Strange, Jonathan Crane talks about his youth, how he got mobbed at school and how he became Scarecrow. Strange continues to indoctrinate Crane by telling him how much he hates Batman and that Scarecrow is the real master of fear. After every session Strange gives Crane a handful of straw.

In Gotham City, Batman catches Catwoman during one of her burglaries. But the first second Batman lowers his guard, Catwoman scratches him across the face and is able to escape. After that disappointment, Batman meets Captain Gordon on the roof of GCPD Headquarters. Gordon is painting a bat onto the light signal to make it more permanent. They talk about Strange's motives and Gordon believes that there is more behind the murder of Sebastian Cole than just an attempt to frame Batman.

Meanwhile, Hugo Strange was able to get Scarecrow out of Arkham Asylum and has brought him to his hideout - the house of his victim Sebastian Cole. There, Strange plans to continue his "treatment" of Scarecrow.

When Batman returns to Wayne Manor, he finds Alfred tied to a chair and a mannequin of Hugo Strange is seated at the other side of the table. Hugo Strange's voice comes from a tape recorder inside the mannequin and he taunts Bruce Wayne. Batman orders Alfred to increase security measures for the mansion. Batman does not know yet that Hugo Strange has problems of his own, because Scarecrow turns on his doctor and attacks him with his fear toxin ...



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