A young Bruce Wayne is in his third year of trying to establish himself as Batman, protector of Gotham City. Living in Gotham, a metropolis where shadows run long and deep, beneath elevated... See full summary »
We return to "Clayface" (a.k.a. "Matt Hagen") who was last seen in a two-part story early in first season of this great animated TV show. " "Clayface/Hagen," is a guy like the more well-known "Sandman" except he's mud instead of sand. He can change shapes in seconds. He also reminded me a lot of the Robert Patrick's villain in "Terminator 2" who could morph himself into any form or person.and was relentless.
In this episode, Clayface has a helper, a devoted and lovestruck woman ("Stella") who only wants the best for him and tries to help, but only winds up as a crime accomplice. Pat Musick does the voice-work on Dr. Stella Bates.
Later, we hear the voice of Marcia Wallace a "Dark Interlude" actress. She has a famous TV face from "The Bob Newhart Show" and has done well with her voice on "The Simpsons." With Stella's name, we get references to several classic-era films are made in this episode. Film buffs know about about names like "Bates" and "Stella." That was cool.
Also, we get some dramatic artwork in here with cliffs. Fights between Batman and Clayface range from such walking casually down the street to fighting on a big cliff with a huge drop-off.
Overall - pretty entertaining.
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