I should begin this review by saying I am one of the very BIG fans of the 1966 Batman series, I have even done IMDb episode reviews of many of the 120 adventures.
I enjoyed the 2016 film but, as I am not a massive animation fan, I felt a bit out of my element. However, what-the-hell, 1966 Batman was back so I was happy with it. I like this Two-Face one as well but I felt it was not totally in keeping with the tone of the old show. The character of Two-Face was rejected in 1966 and, frankly, I can see why: he is just too grim and spooky for a campy TV show like this.
But again, what-the-hell, 1966 Batman is back so who am I to complain.
Adam West passed away after this film and there was internet talk of doing a third and fourth animated movie with an Adam West-copy-cat doing the Batman voice. Frankly, not a good idea, if they wish to make a third film I would rather they go all out and do a big budget 1966 Batman movie with CGI versions of a youthful Adam West and Burt Ward. I would gladly see that.