The parody was well received and was praised for its level of attention to its source material, which included the use of obscure characters Molly and Lisa Carson from the original series, and also notable double-entendre lines from the TV series ("that single statement indicates to me the first oncoming thrusts of manhood, old chum"), and takes on famous recurring gags such as the "window scenes" from the original series.Additionally, Braun won several awards for his 2010 work as a whole, including this film.The production rented one of the Batmobile cars that had been used in the original TV series for use in shots in the film.Actor Randy Spears sports a moustache covered in whiteface, creating a visual reference to Cesar Romero, who similarly painted over his notable moustache rather than shave it off for his role as the Joker.The DVD release came with several special features including a behind-the-scenes featurette, photo gallery, a featurette on the casting process and a sex-free version of the film.Scenes from the film were included in a special sampler DVD that came with the first issue of Magna Publishing's magazine Vivid Super XXXHeroes: a magazine focusing on the Vivid Superhero brand and published in November 2011.
I can only assume that he grew it just for authenticity." The film was released on region-free DVD on May 21, 2010.
Braun later directed another Batman-themed porn parody: 2012's Dark Knight XXX: A Porn Parody, where Batman is portrayed by Giovanni Francesco, who reprises the role in the 2013 film Man of Steel XXX: An Axel Braun Parody and in the 2015 film "Batman v Superman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody".
Bruce Wayne’s girlfriend, Lisa Carson (Kimberly Kane), is kidnapped by the Riddler (Evan Stone).
Five years have passed since the September 11th attacks threw Muslim society into sharp focus.
San Diego is home to one of the largest Muslim communities in the United States.She has sex with him in an attempt to curry his favour, but he still ultimately delivers her to the Joker (Randy Spears).