Batman '66

Batman '66

Vol. 1

Comic Book - 2014
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CAN the Caped Crusader unravel the Riddler's latest ruse?

WILL Catwoman, that feline queen of crime, sink her claws into our heroes?

HAVE the Dynamic Duo met their match in the Antarctic Alliance of the Penguin and Mr. Freeze?

WHO will get the last laugh when Batman and Robin are forced to team up with the Clown Prince of Crime himself--the Joker?

The answers await you on each pulse-pounding page of BATMAN '66 VOL. 1, an all-new collection of spine-tingling, swashbuckling stories in the style of the classic Batman TV series!

Written by Jeff Parker and illustrated by a gallery of great--including Jonathan Case, Ty Templeton, Joe Quinones, Sandy Jarrell, Ruben Procopio and Colleen Coover--each action-packed adventure captures the high-spirited hijinx that have made Batman and the Boy Wonder the world's gold standard for daring do-gooders!

Collects issues #1-5.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2014.
ISBN: 9781401249311
1401249310
Characteristics: 166 p. : col. ill.

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Starpoem
Jul 31, 2017

Holy nostalgia, Batman! This is a great book for fans of the old Adam West show. It's corny and OTT, in the best possible way. It's also a great book for the younger generation, since none of the stories is too gory or scary. Each of the 9 stories in the book was interesting, creative, and entertaining. Now my appetite has been whetted for the rest of the books in this series.

AL_JOSHUAS Oct 08, 2016

Everything you want out of a comic version of the old Adam West tv show. Its all there, robins tacky one liners, penguins waak!, jokers mustache, and the over the top BAM!s. If you want a break from the serious (and great) New 52 batman, this is the light hearted batman fun you're looking for.

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duane767
Feb 26, 2015

Just plain fun. It echoes the spirit of the TV show. This is stuff you could give to your kids to read without any fear. And you could read it too to remind you of how superhero comics used to be bright, over the top, fun.

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RonNasty64
Feb 03, 2015

It's about time Adam Wests' Batman got some luvin'. This collection of stories and art recapture the spirit of TV's Batman (and even The Jokers mustache).

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