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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Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Wild 'Terminator 2'-like Episode
11 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Re Nuyu" is the name of the brown, gooey substance that does the work of plastic surgery, but in seconds! (See the first part in the last episode). However, there are some complications, such as the shape-changing only lasting a very short time.

This second part of a two-part series has some really interesting Terminator 2-type scenes with "Matt Hagen" changing from his muddy Jabba The Hut-type mud monster into various human beings with wild appendages that can kill. Only his buddy "Teddy" is willing to be his loyal friend but the schizophrenic and morphic-like Hagen has too quick a temper for anyone.

Hagan is actually against "Roland Daggett," Bruce Wayne's foe, but he's also no friend of Batman, either.....or anyone, for that matter. His present condition has him 100 percent hostile - period. He morphs within seconds into all the acting roles he's ever had, back to the monster, in and out, in and out - pretty frenetic.

This is a wild show and very interesting, start-to-finish. I'll be glad to see this villain again in some future episode.


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