With the release of Batman: Strange Days just last week, DC Animation continues to trump out another Batman 75 Anniversary Short, this one on the late 90s hit Batman Beyond. DC All Access let loose a preview of the short which was made by Bruce Timm and Darwyn Cooke (JLA: New Frontier):
Yes, it looks like both Will Friedle and Kevin Conroy are reprising their respective roles as Terry McGinnis and Bruce Wayne, though the opponent they're facingis curious. Is it the Hardac Batman from waaay back in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "His Silicon Soul?" There's one way to find out, as the short will debut at Wondercon this weekend (along with the animated film Son of Batman).
No word yet on when the short will be avaiable online or when it'll be on DC Nation following Teen Titans Go!. Either way, when it's released, you know where to look for info.
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