If you're a "Supernatural" watcher, you already knew that Jensen Ackles was going to set a new bar for animated Bat-villains when "Batman: Under the Red Hood" finally comes out on July 27. And hey, with Mark Hamill retiring as The Joker, someone has to step up and be a guiding light for this generation.
Fans have been getting their fill of the Red Hood of late with the character's appearances in "Batman and Robin" plus Mike Mignola's version of "Detective Comics" #138 for "Batman" #700, but an even meatier dose of RH action can be found at the new fully launched "Batman: Under the Red Hood" animated feature Web site.
In addition to hosting the animated feature's official synopsis, trailer and DVD and Blu-ray preorder
A new trailer for the animated "Batman: Under the Red Hood" has hit the scene. So far it seems pretty at home with DC Universe's other recent animated features, although I confess I'm bummed that "Supernatural" star Jensen Ackles didn't have any voice time as Jason Todd aka the Red Hood. I keep wanting to hear him shout "Sammy!"
Despite Ackles' vocal abse