Following The Flash, Batman's Adam West will make a posthumous appearance in another DC project.

The massive multiverse sequence in The Flash's climax featured several deceased DC celebrities, including Adam West, star of the 1960s Batman TV series, through AI and deepfaking. Nicolas Cage appeared as Superman. 

The latest theatrical DC movie offers fans a fleeting reunion with the Bright Knight, who fought crime in Gotham City with Burt Ward's Robin. 

West died in 2017. West will make another posthumous DC cameo, but not as Batman.

Batwheels, a preschool-targeted animated cartoon about Bat-Family automobiles, is a DC TV show. West will voice the 1966 Batmobile in "To the Batmobile," 

which airs on September 15, the day before this year's Batman Day, on Cartoon Network and Max.

Batwheels began production in 2020, therefore Adam West's dialogue will be recycled.

 The actor voiced Batman for the last time in Batman vs. Two-Face, which followed 2016's Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and came out four months after West's death. 

Both movies were placed in the same continuity as the 1966–1968 ABC Batman TV series, which was accompanied by one live-action theatrical film in its first year.

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