Batman: The Long Halloween, with its mysteries and surprises related to an unknown murderer, is one of the most popular stories of the bat man. That's why it's not surprising that his story, created by the writer Jeph Loeb and the cartoonist Tim Sale, will probably be chosen for an audiovisual adaptation. Or at least that's what sustains a new rumor.
The place Revenge of the Fans ensures that the 13-number miniseries will be one of the next animated films made by Warner Bros. Animation. Moreover, they add that the adaptation will be carried out in two parts, very much in the style of what the study has already done with The Return of the Dark Knight Y The Death of Superman.
The comic story spans a full year of the life of Batman and Gotham City, presenting the changes that the hero has at the beginning of his career, in the search for a villain that is known as “Festive”, since he only murders on each calendar holiday.
At the same time, The Long Halloween It perfectly addresses the origin of Dos Caras, presenting how Harvey Dent serves to represent the corruption of a city that begins to be plagued by supervillains.
As for its adaptation, for now Revenge of the Fans argues that Troy Baker and Jensen Ackles they will be part of the cast of voices from a couple of films that will not be part of the universe already established in animated films. It will be more in line with The Murder Joke or the adaptation of the Return of the Dark Knight.