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Warner Bros. Makes a Licensing Deal For The ‘Batman’ TV Show, Brings Us One Step Closer to DVDs

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This week has been a rollercoaster of emotions here at ComicsAlliance, but now we have a piece of news that makes it seem like everything's going to be okay: After years of legal battles, Warner Bros. and Fox have

Every Bat-Climb Window Cameo From ‘Batman’ ’66 In One 13-Minute Video

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When I was growing up, I would watch the 1966 Batman TV show for at least an hour every day. I always loved it when a celebrity would pop through a window during Batman and Robin's famous vertical Bat-Climbs (which, as you can see in the graphic above, was just a hilariously cheap camera trick). Even when I h

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Link Ink: The Joker Mannequin of Your Nightmares, ‘Drokk’ Rock and Haggar the Hero

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Batman: This '66 Joker mannequin is here to ensure you never sleep again.

Digital: Marvel has announced its $3.99 print titles will all come with free digital download codes beginning in June. Digital comics will apparently remain $3.99

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ComicsAlliance Answers Fan Letters to Batman From 1966

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In 1966, the Batman TV show rocketed the Caped Crusader to the level of a pop culture phenomenon. In the process, it produced a ton of strange tie-ins in its wake, from novelty songs by Adam West to Batman-themed n

A 1966 Newspaper Predicts a Future Where People Find Meaning In Batman

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With so many magazines, newspapers and books from the past archived online, it can often be fun to go back and check out their predictions for the future and see how they stacked up against what actually happened. Usua

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The 1966 ‘Batman’ Animation with the ‘The Dark Knight’ Characters [Video]

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It's an idea that's no doubt occurred to countless fans, but David Rose is the real human being (and real hero) who made it happen: the opening animation for the 1960s Batman television series remade in high definition and starring cartoon versions of Christian Bale, Heath Ledger and Gary Oldman from 2008's The Dark Knight. You know you've waited years to s

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A 1966 Magazine Uncovers ‘The Whisper Campaign Against Batman & Robin’

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The great thing about being a guy who has a pretty well-known love of Batman -- especially the stranger, weirder elements that have cropped up in his 70-year history -- is that occasionally, someone will see one of those weird things and pass it along for me to enjoy

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ComicsAlliance Celebrates ZOKtober!

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Rocktober? Shocktober? Mohawktober? Here at ComicsAlliance, we just can't decide what we want to celebrate this month, so we're bringing you a different monthly theme every day! Today, we're celebrating ZOKtober with a look at the signature sound effects from Batman '66! Check out a few of our all-time favorites after the cut!

Say what you want about the '66 era being toned down, but even Frank Miller didn't have Batman hit somebody so hard that it required FIVE ZS. To see more, check out Batmania.com.ar's full gallery of onomatopoeias from Batman, and have a very zlonky ZOKtober!

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Batman’ (1966), Part Two

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Each week, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri take a look back at one of the most successful and influential comic book movie franchises of all time, in ComicsAlliance's in-depth retrospective on the Batman films.

David: Welcome back to Cine

ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Batman’ (1966), Part 1

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Each week, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri take a look back at one of the most successful and influential comic book movie franchises of all time, in ComicsAlliance's in-depth retrospective on the Batman films.

Chris: Welcome back to Cine

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