Forcibly overdosed on a shapechanging substance, Matt Hagan has become the shapeshifting monster, Clayface, and now wants revenge on Roland Dagget.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Roland Daggett (voice) (as Ed Asner)
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Germs (voice)
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Summer Gleeson / Fat Woman / Young Woman (voice)
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Teddy Lupus / Cop / Lawyer (voice)
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Clayface / Matt Hagen (voice)
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Lucius Fox / Reporter (voice)
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Forcibly overdosed on a shapechanging substance, Matt Hagan has become the shapeshifting monster, Clayface, and now wants revenge on Roland Dagget.

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9 September 1992 (USA)  »

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Clayface: Not even the Batman could stop me, Teddy, and that means Daggett won't have a prayer.
Teddy Lupus: Matt... please. Y-y-you don't wanna do anything crazy. Why don't you try to get some shut eye?
Clayface: DON'T YOU DARE PATRONIZE ME! I told you I don't need rest. I don't need food and I DON'T NEED YOU!
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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A lab accident ready for his closeup
27 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I got a kick out of the end battle when this was shown back in the '90s. It reminded me of "Terminator 2". It just seemed like such a novel way for Batman to fix the problem, and I still think it totally works. Part II of 'Feat of Clay' features some very nice artwork (just for the chroma saturation alone) which is definitely a plus; on the other hand, Clayface does need a higher end animation house. His fluidity is where the real danger lies, and he's one of the more physically imposing Batman villains.

This is another episode that brings out Batman's compassion - striving to help Matt Hagan with his condition why stopping him as Clayface. This is one of the examples of the writers' penchant for pathos.; that scene with the many screens is a sad one. Although it does dovetail nicely with every great actor's thirst for a meaty death scene.

A superior second half.

8/10


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