At New York Comic Con's "Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders" panel and world premiere, Warner Bros. Animation president Sam Register revealed that the next DC Comics-based animated film will be a sequel to the '66 Batman send-up, titled "Batman vs. Two-Face."
Register closed the panel by revealing a teaser of sorts for the film -- after indicating that it would feature a character that never appeared on the ’66 series. He showed a silhouette that looked a lot like Two-Face — which faded away to reveal a video with William Shatner…
In the video, Shatner broke the name of the new film and announced that he'll be voicing District Attorney Harvey Dent, A.K.A. Two-Face. No further information was given.
"Batman vs. Two-Face" hasn't been given a release date, though it'll likely be the next DC Comics animated feature after the upcoming "Justice League Dark."