Batman vs. Two-Face, the brand new animated adventure for Batman & Robin, have released two new clips ahead of it’s home entertainment release.
Once again set in the Batman 1966 timeline, the animated movie will feature the voice of the late Adam West as Batman, along with Burt Ward as Robin.
A masterstroke of casting sees Star Trek legend William Shatner take on the role of Harvey Dent aka Two-Face, finally bringing the popular rogue of the Batman universe to the ’66 roster (as he never featured in the TV series).
The all-new Batman vs. Two-Face finds Batman and Robin back in classic 1960s action, protecting Gotham City from some of the most nefarious villains in comics history.
But when the mutilated master of multiplicity, Two-Face, begins staging a daring crime wave across Gotham, the Caped Crusaders must work double-time to discover his mysterious secret identity before they can halt his evil-doing – all the while combating the likes of Catwoman, Joker, Riddler, Penguin, Bookworm, Hugo Strange and King Tut!
The late Adam West leads the star-studded cast in his final performance as Batman. The beloved actor delivers an inspired turn opposite fellow pop culture icon William Shatner as the criminally conflicted Harvey Dent/Two-Face.
“Batman vs. Two-Face is a must-have for all Batman fans featuring a cavalcade of his foes, and an amazing cast including two giants of pop culture, Adam West and William Shatner,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Vice President, Family & Animation Marketing.
“Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is excited to bring these beloved characters to animated life, and proud to have been associated with an actor as impressive, gracious and entertaining as Adam West. We salute his extensive contributions to the legacy of the character, and we are greatly appreciative of his cooperation and support in bringing this animated film to fruition. He will be greatly missed.”
Batman vs. Two-Face hits DVD, Digital and Blu-ray in the UK on 30th October 2017.
Check out the new clips below;