If there's one thing the late, great Adam West and the ever.curmudgeonly William Shatner had in common, it's their ability to chewing the hell out of whatever scenery they happen to be near at any given moment.
Batman vs. Two-Face features the late Adam West in his final portrayal of the Dark Knight.
Batman Vs. Two-Face stars Adam West in his final performance as Batman, as well as fellow 1960s TV castmembers Burt Ward as Robin and Julie Newmar as Catwoman, along with William Shatner as Two-Face, a character that never appeared on the show.
Where most of Two-Faces origins involve Dent being splashed in the face with sulfuric acid, Batman vs. Two-Face instead re-imagines the event as a cheesy experiment gone wrong. The city of Los Angeles even held a ceremony for the legendary actor during which a real-life Bat Signal was lit up on City Hall.
IGN has debuted the first trailer for the DC animated film Batman vs. Two-Face, the sequel to Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders.
A Blu-ray and DVD release date of October 17 was reported for the film, but has not been confirmed by Warner Bros.
Although the physical release is still over two months away, there's a strong possibility that the digital release could be available for purchase a little earlier than that, although this is unconfirmed at present. The Blu-ray and DVD cover art has a noticeably old-fashioned flavor and features Robin, Catwoman, and Batman each extracted in their separate actor's '60s representation together with the supposed villain. Merging a fun sense of longing with a delightful story and modern animation, crisp, Return of the Caped Crusaders was pleasing for fans of all ages, and if Batman Vs. Two-Face continues in that same manner, West's last Batman outing will be one to enjoy.