Batman investigates sightings of an apparent werewolf.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Commissioner James Gordon (voice) (as Bob Hastings)
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Anthony 'Tony' Romulus (voice)
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John Hamner (voice)
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Batman investigates sightings of an apparent werewolf.

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11 November 1992 (USA)  »

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Dr. Milo's hut, where Anthony Romulus returns at the end of each transformation, has a sign on it that says "Sebast Construction." This is likely an allusion to Dick Sebast, who directed this episode. See more »

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During Anthony's flashback, when we seem him riding a car, the eye animation of his girlfriend is messed up, so for a couple of moments, she has multiple eyes on the side of her head. See more »

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References The Wolf Man (1941) See more »

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Composed by Danny Elfman
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The Adventures Of Milo & Anthony
14 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Milo, the inventor with the bad bowl-shaped haircut is back, using a serum to make a Gotham bigwig bodybuilder a wolfman of sorts. The latter, "Anthony Romulus," is one of those guys who will take the drugs if it turns him back into the great athlete he used to be (sound familiar?). The plan for Milo is to give this Barry Bonds-wannabe enough serum to completely turn him into a werewolf, and thus be strong enough to kill the Caped Crusader.

Romulus (voiced by Harry Hamlin) is the "victim" who takes the serum and isn't happy about the side effects. Oh, he liked it at first when it helped make his a track hero but he's not really excited about the side effects! Now he wants to antidote.

At first, the top half of Romulus turned into a wolf but a second drink later on makes him all werewolf. Treat Williams voices Milo, another of the villains who returns every now and then for another episode. Have noticed how many villains keep coming back in this series? That's fine with me, as we get to know all their eccentricities.

Once again, the artists here feature some nice colors and the writers inject just a little bit of humor to take the edge off the story.


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