Lucy Diamnond wkes up to some currriuos changes.
One of my favorite Easter Eggs in the recent Batman Vs Two Face was the ever beautiful Lee Meriwether as Lucy Diamond who, **SPOILERS**, ends up donning the Cat-suit for a brief Cat-cameo. Well this wetting of the whiskers appears to have aroused her appetite to revive her Catwoman role, rather than bed it back down. Today she Tweets...
Perennial Fan Boy Mark Hamill took time out from his The Last Jedi promotion to reply...
Maybe they are just going out for dinner, but....60's Catwoman meets Batman: The Animated Series Joker? could this be?? SHOULD this be??
RETRO COOL NERD cries to the heavens a resounding "YAS! " Meriwether and Hamill's incarnations of their respective characters exist in time and continuity decades apart, which is a GREAT place to start an animated adventure.
Multiverse stories are huge these days and it should be fairly easy to have these icons come together in an action filled and hilarious adventure to take down the Caped Crusader. Perhaps Catwoman has control over Bat-Mite forcing him to travel thru dimensions, teaming with different incarnations of Batman's Rouges Gallery, to take down Batman. Pull out some deep bench villains-Wally Wingert, John Diamaggio, Grey DeLisle and William Shatner to combine their voices to battle the Dark Knight. But ,"Which Batman" you may ask? Sure Batman: The Animated Series star Kevin Conroy is a safe bet, but let's mix it up a little more. I am trying to bring back Batman: The Brave And The Bold's voice- Diedrich Bader! I feel his dead panned delivery is more suited to comedic takes, sorry Kevin. #bringbackthehammersofjustice And, just for Bat-Giggles, we bring in Ambush Bug to help Batman save the day and restore things to normal. How's that for an elevator pitch?
Either way, it made my day to see this fun exchange today on the inter-webs, I'll be writing Santa to make sure this mash up is on my list. If you don't follow them on Twitter all ready, you should. You can start by bugging LEE, MARK, DIEDRICH, and producer JAMES TUCKER by letting them know what great idea this is.