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Batmane: Ask her if we can be in one of her movies LMAO 😂 Batman in the back like "C'mon Clark" follow @marvelousfacts if you're also into the Marvel Universe ❤️
Batmane: Ask her if we can be in one of
 her movies
LMAO 😂 Batman in the back like "C'mon Clark" follow @marvelousfacts if you're also into the Marvel Universe ❤️

LMAO 😂 Batman in the back like "C'mon Clark" follow @marvelousfacts if you're also into the Marvel Universe ❤️

Batmane: alIISTORYO EBATMAN THERE WOULD BE NO DARK KNIGHT HISTORY HEBATMAN WITH R.D.R ADAM WEST Today has been a hard one for me Gothamites. To be honest, I've been crying throughout the day once hearing about the death of Adam West. The "Batman" tv series in the late 1960s was my first introduction to Batman, always watched the reruns and instantly was captivated by the POP art status of the show. Ever since I watched those episodes, I wanted to watch more and especially read more stories about this character. I wouldn't be your Dark Knight Archivist I am today without Adam West as the Caped Crusader. Adam West's important role as the Batman goes beyond my fandom. Before the tv show began, Batman comics were diving in sales. Once Batmania hit, a resurgence of fandom for both readers and those watching at home happened and it literally resurrected the desire for Batman to continue in DC Comics. The 1966 show led to the popularity of characters like Barbara Gordon's Batgirl and even to the reinvention of its Gothic mythology in the 1970s, issuing in a whole new world for the Dark Knight in the 1980s. Once the "dark" back in Dark Knight returned, adult graphic novels and blockbuster films happened, giving us movie franchises that we continue to see today. Whether or not you are a fan of the "campy" nature of Adam West and Burt Ward's Dynamic Duo of the 1960s, there is no denying that without West becoming the pop culture icon from this series, the Batman you love today either wouldn't be here or wouldn't be the powerhouse hero that Batman is within DC Comics and Warner Bros. This is why Adam West's Batman IS THE Batman. His Caped Crusader is the one that paved the way for all the other Batman media we love from film to tv to video games. You don't have to love the camp but you should respect it. This and the fact that Mr. West was one of the nicest people are just some of many other reasons why he will truly be missed in this world. Farewell, Old Chum, we'll always leave the Bat-signal on for you. Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon. RIPBatman ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏽
Batmane: alIISTORYO
 EBATMAN
 THERE WOULD BE NO DARK KNIGHT
 HISTORY
 HEBATMAN
 WITH
 R.D.R ADAM WEST
Today has been a hard one for me Gothamites. To be honest, I've been crying throughout the day once hearing about the death of Adam West. The "Batman" tv series in the late 1960s was my first introduction to Batman, always watched the reruns and instantly was captivated by the POP art status of the show. Ever since I watched those episodes, I wanted to watch more and especially read more stories about this character. I wouldn't be your Dark Knight Archivist I am today without Adam West as the Caped Crusader. Adam West's important role as the Batman goes beyond my fandom. Before the tv show began, Batman comics were diving in sales. Once Batmania hit, a resurgence of fandom for both readers and those watching at home happened and it literally resurrected the desire for Batman to continue in DC Comics. The 1966 show led to the popularity of characters like Barbara Gordon's Batgirl and even to the reinvention of its Gothic mythology in the 1970s, issuing in a whole new world for the Dark Knight in the 1980s. Once the "dark" back in Dark Knight returned, adult graphic novels and blockbuster films happened, giving us movie franchises that we continue to see today. Whether or not you are a fan of the "campy" nature of Adam West and Burt Ward's Dynamic Duo of the 1960s, there is no denying that without West becoming the pop culture icon from this series, the Batman you love today either wouldn't be here or wouldn't be the powerhouse hero that Batman is within DC Comics and Warner Bros. This is why Adam West's Batman IS THE Batman. His Caped Crusader is the one that paved the way for all the other Batman media we love from film to tv to video games. You don't have to love the camp but you should respect it. This and the fact that Mr. West was one of the nicest people are just some of many other reasons why he will truly be missed in this world. Farewell, Old Chum, we'll always leave the Bat-signal on for you. Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon. RIPBatman ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏽

Today has been a hard one for me Gothamites. To be honest, I've been crying throughout the day once hearing about the death of Adam West....

Batmane: THE ARE ettiSToproF THE ATMAN We continue to celebrate the life of the late Adam West as we look at his role within the Batman universe. After the cancellation of the live action "Batman" series in 1968, for almost a decade Adam West wanted to separate himself from the Caped Crusader persona. It wasn't until 1977's animated television show "The New Adventures of Batman" produced by Filmation and distributed under Warner Bros. Television that both Adam West and Burt Ward return to voice Batman and Robin. While this illustrated brief but commercial success, 1992's episode from the classic "Batman: The Animated Series" titled 'The Gray Ghost' (left poster by VegetarianGoat on Deviantart, right poster by Phantom City Creative on Mondotees.com) introduced a new generation to Adam West's Batman. In this episode, it shows in a flashback a young Bruce Wayne watching his favorite television hero; "those with evil hearts beware for out of the darkness comes...'The Gray Ghost!" The episode, titled 'The Mad Bomber", when an unknown villain destroys a building using an explosive, becomes relevant to present Bruce Wayne - Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy) when a similar explosion occurs in Gotham, attached a signed note from "The Mad Bomber". With a shrine to the Gray Ghost in the Batcave, Batman's fictional hero now can serve as a real life one when he seeks help from the Gray Ghost himself, Simon Trent (voiced by Adam West). A now bankrupt actor who recently sold his 'Gray Ghost' merchandise, Batman's contact with Trent was at first filled with anger and disappointment. But once the Gray Ghost realized crimes in the city were paralleled to one of his episodes at the height of his career, he finds the courage in himself and through his idol to team up and save Gotham. West's 1960s portrayal of the Caped Crusader in the television series 'Batman' turned this DC Comics character into a cultural icon. With him as Paul Dini's first choice to voice Simon Trent, 'The Gray Ghost' illustrated the dynamic duo of Kevin Conroy and Adam West, bringing together two of the most celebrated Dark Knights today. RIPBatman ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏽
Batmane: THE
 ARE
 ettiSToproF THE ATMAN
We continue to celebrate the life of the late Adam West as we look at his role within the Batman universe. After the cancellation of the live action "Batman" series in 1968, for almost a decade Adam West wanted to separate himself from the Caped Crusader persona. It wasn't until 1977's animated television show "The New Adventures of Batman" produced by Filmation and distributed under Warner Bros. Television that both Adam West and Burt Ward return to voice Batman and Robin. While this illustrated brief but commercial success, 1992's episode from the classic "Batman: The Animated Series" titled 'The Gray Ghost' (left poster by VegetarianGoat on Deviantart, right poster by Phantom City Creative on Mondotees.com) introduced a new generation to Adam West's Batman. In this episode, it shows in a flashback a young Bruce Wayne watching his favorite television hero; "those with evil hearts beware for out of the darkness comes...'The Gray Ghost!" The episode, titled 'The Mad Bomber", when an unknown villain destroys a building using an explosive, becomes relevant to present Bruce Wayne - Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy) when a similar explosion occurs in Gotham, attached a signed note from "The Mad Bomber". With a shrine to the Gray Ghost in the Batcave, Batman's fictional hero now can serve as a real life one when he seeks help from the Gray Ghost himself, Simon Trent (voiced by Adam West). A now bankrupt actor who recently sold his 'Gray Ghost' merchandise, Batman's contact with Trent was at first filled with anger and disappointment. But once the Gray Ghost realized crimes in the city were paralleled to one of his episodes at the height of his career, he finds the courage in himself and through his idol to team up and save Gotham. West's 1960s portrayal of the Caped Crusader in the television series 'Batman' turned this DC Comics character into a cultural icon. With him as Paul Dini's first choice to voice Simon Trent, 'The Gray Ghost' illustrated the dynamic duo of Kevin Conroy and Adam West, bringing together two of the most celebrated Dark Knights today. RIPBatman ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏽

We continue to celebrate the life of the late Adam West as we look at his role within the Batman universe. After the cancellation of the...

Batmane: The POP art power behind flying onomatopoeias and the smooth ride of the Batmobile in the 1966 television series 'Batman' were just a few of the now memorable moments in the twice a week primetime program. But the stars of the show, Adam West and Burt Ward, playing Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder had fans returning the same bat-time, same bat-channel each week. Dozier cast West as Bruce Wayne and his alter ego, Batman in part after seeing West perform as the James Bond-like spy Captain Q in a Nestlé Quik television ad. The series took the tradition of Batman into uncharted territory, oftentimes mocking the character's heritage with trite dialogue and overly campy plot devices. The idea of this adaptation of the DC Comics mythos was to entertain adults with a funny parody of the heroes and villains simultaneously proving fun action adventures for children of all ages. West became the perfect candidate to deliver both sides of the show to its audience with his Shakespearian-esque deliveries of lines all while keeping the episodes lighthearted and full of moral messages for the youths. Alongside the suave millionaire Bruce Wayne was his young ward Dick Grayson, portrayed by Burt Ward, who was secretly his sidekick in crime fighting, Robin the Boy Wonder. Creating his own iconic 'Holy!' catchphrases with every new episode, Ward's enthusiastic persona permeated naturally into the optimistically loyal character of Dick Grayson. Together, Bruce and Dick's friendly and heroic dynamic became the stronghold of the show, immediately welcoming in the large audiences viewing the tv show, with an astounding 52% watch rate when the pilot aired January 12, 1966. Because 'Batman' literally brought the comic books to the small screen, the dying sales of Batman stories were revived and grew higher than ever in the late 1960s. Without Adam West's Batman, the hero in DC Comics may have fallen into obscurity in the Silver Age. RIPBatman ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏽
Batmane: The POP art power behind flying onomatopoeias and the smooth ride of the Batmobile in the 1966 television series 'Batman' were just a few of the now memorable moments in the twice a week primetime program. But the stars of the show, Adam West and Burt Ward, playing Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder had fans returning the same bat-time, same bat-channel each week. Dozier cast West as Bruce Wayne and his alter ego, Batman in part after seeing West perform as the James Bond-like spy Captain Q in a Nestlé Quik television ad. The series took the tradition of Batman into uncharted territory, oftentimes mocking the character's heritage with trite dialogue and overly campy plot devices. The idea of this adaptation of the DC Comics mythos was to entertain adults with a funny parody of the heroes and villains simultaneously proving fun action adventures for children of all ages. West became the perfect candidate to deliver both sides of the show to its audience with his Shakespearian-esque deliveries of lines all while keeping the episodes lighthearted and full of moral messages for the youths. Alongside the suave millionaire Bruce Wayne was his young ward Dick Grayson, portrayed by Burt Ward, who was secretly his sidekick in crime fighting, Robin the Boy Wonder. Creating his own iconic 'Holy!' catchphrases with every new episode, Ward's enthusiastic persona permeated naturally into the optimistically loyal character of Dick Grayson. Together, Bruce and Dick's friendly and heroic dynamic became the stronghold of the show, immediately welcoming in the large audiences viewing the tv show, with an astounding 52% watch rate when the pilot aired January 12, 1966. Because 'Batman' literally brought the comic books to the small screen, the dying sales of Batman stories were revived and grew higher than ever in the late 1960s. Without Adam West's Batman, the hero in DC Comics may have fallen into obscurity in the Silver Age. RIPBatman ✌🏼💙🦇🙏🏽

The POP art power behind flying onomatopoeias and the smooth ride of the Batmobile in the 1966 television series 'Batman' were just a few...