PAUL DINI'S COMMENTS ON POSSIBLE SHOW APPEARANCE: "LONGSHOT."
Anarky could be an interesting character to have in the show during a later season. This anarchist 'champion of the people' might add an interesting flavor to the program.
POSSIBLE VOICE ACTOR CHOICE: Kevin Smith
Best known for playing "Silent Bob" in 'Clerks', 'Mallrats' and 'Chasing Amy', Kevin Smith is actually a very articulate individual, and I bet he'd jump at the chance to do a voiceover for the show. Throw in his pal Jason "Jay" Mewes as Lonnie Machin's less 'gifted' school pal, perhaps?
ANARKY'S COMIC ORIGIN
REAL NAME: Lonnie Machin
FIRST APPEARANCE: Detective Comics #608
ORIGIN: At the age of twelve, computer genius Lonnie Machin assumed the identity of Anarky and dedicated himself to abolishing what he considered to be an inadequate system of justice in our society. Because of his young age, authorities continue to underestimate his cunning and savvy. Machin is probably now in his teens and is the epitome' of the word "anarchy". He hates government and authority in all its forms. Though more of an anti-hero, than a villain, his extremist actions have brought him into conflict with the Batman on several occasions
SPECIAL COMMENTS: Anarky had an animated-style story in issue #31 of 'The Batman Adventures'. This issue was written by Anarky's creator, Alan Grant and illustrated by Dev Madan and Rick Burchett.