Neal Adams Did A Radio Play Of Batman Vs. Elmer Fudd, And It's As Awesome As The Original Comic

Comics artist Neal Adams might be famous for his versions of Superman and Batman, but now he has a new obsession: Hunting wabbits. He's released an audio drama based on his new favourite comic book, DC's strange but brilliant Batman vs. Elmer Fudd. It somehow manages to be even weirder than the source material, not that that's a bad thing.

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Adams shared a video on YouTube where he performs excerpts from Batman vs. Elmer Fudd, a comic released earlier this year from Tom King (The Vision, The Sheriff of Babylon) and Lee Weeks (Daredevil, Captain America). The audio play is fun, mixing the comic's noir tone with goofy Looney Toons sound effects. Adams performed all the voices — with the exception of St Cloud, who was performed by his wife. And Adams managed to pull off a surprisingly impressive Elmer Fudd, making a voice that's normally harsh and grating a bit more tolerable.

Part of the Justice League/Looney Toons crossover series, Batman vs. Elmer Fudd managed to stand out as an excellent interpretation of a vewy weird pwemise. It's a tale of revenge and psychological trauma, as Elmer Fudd seeks to kill Batman for presumably killing his lover. The two characters are strangely well paired, as they end up being mirror images of each other's strengths and weaknesses. You can check out Adams' audio play below, but be vewy quiet. He's hunting Batman.

[via Comic Book Resources]


    While they did vs each other in the one-shot, before inevitably teaming up, the actual title of the comic was Batman/Elmer Fudd.

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