The sequel to Batman: Returned of the Caped Crusaders.
This was a great movie and I love the nods it made. At first I thought I was going to be furious that Harley Quinn was going to have a role in this movie because I feel she's been in too much style and has been getting on my nerves ever since, but it was just a polite cameo so I was perfectly fine with it.
I love that the movie wasted no time to introduce William Shatner's character to introduce Harvey Dent. I also love that Catwoman has a solid role in this movie like the previous one. In the previous batman series, she's been tossed under the rug in favor of either Talia Al Gul or Harley Quinn as the lead female roles. It's just cute that as lovely as they designed her back in the 60's, she has the voice of my sweet darling, little old Grandma
It's too bad that Adam West left us so soon, because we needed more of these movies or perhaps even a series, but the series' budget would've been cut pretty hard, so it worked out fine the way it did.
The movie was cut pretty short, only 74 minutes of good times isn't much time to give, but I loved every minute of what they give and it was fast paced.
It appeared compared to Returned of the Caped Crusaders that the characters had more cartoon physics from how far they were dropping down and some of the athletics they were displaying with some of their actions. I felt in the first one, they were working as convincing to keep the characters grounded into reality where the physics were lifted a little. It takes nothing away from me, I loved this movie, especially the epic Bat Slap that Batman gave to evil Two Face Robin.
What I liked about this series is that it doesn't take itself too seriously. The ideas put together feel more relaxed than Batman: Brave & The Bold which I loved that series a lot, especially the Birds of Prey song.
I wish we could have more of this, because it feels like with modern media today, characters are roided out, very sassy and just having an attitude that to me come off as being extremely unlikable. I noticed that in the 2000s era starting with X-Men evolution when they were trying to build a high school setting and all the teenagers were extremely moody and ear screechingly irritating. Scott McNeil as Wolverine was pretty epic since Wolvie is from Canada
Personally, I would have liked to have seen this series ended with Batman & Catwoman getting married That's just me though.
RIP to Adam West, and RIP to this wonderful series. It's nice to know that he's gotten the respect he deserved and he didn't go out being a forgotten Type Cast.