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Batman, Books, and Children: 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 NestlΓ© 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 βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡πŸ™πŸ½
Batman, Books, and Children: 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 NestlΓ© 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 βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡πŸ™πŸ½

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...

Africa, America, and Memes: AMERICA AFRICA NegusNetwork 1798 A D. @Regrann from @negusnetwork - Per the British Museum in 1798, these are the emblems - images as representations of the autochthonous - indigenous people of such land mass. Know the difference between autochthonous & native. Notice the EXACT same wardrobe, from headdress to "ToeDress". In aMARuca - aMERica - aMURica, the WAR bonnet or headdress consisted of bird feathers & the primary weapon, of course... was the bow & arrow. In Kemet (war), Ramses - Ramessu and-or his horse wore a feathered headdress while Ramses holds a bow & arrow. In KMT, the different feathered crowns represented war, justice, order etc. The Yoruba tradition, Ochosi - Ogun - Shango is also seen wearing a bird feather headdress w- a bow & arrow. In the Hindu practice, MURugan - Kartikeya - Rudra (the Fierce one) or the war diety, is also depicted with bird feathers & a bow & arrow. EVERY single diety has been depicted to wear the leopard - jaguar skin cloth from the Yoruba of West Africa, to Kemet down to Ethiopia, to india to the Americas. In the Helios Biblos (Holy Bible), it speaks of the Anakim - Anak as the ORIGINAL inhabitants of palestine BEFORE the Canaanites, who were a WARLIKE CUSHITE tribe and the same race as the phoenicians and egyptians (kemites). In the ancient times, Ta Seti, which means the "Land of the BOW" consists of Sudan - Ethiopia. Mind you, the Anuak - Anak people of Sudan - Ethiopia, who are also the predecessor - ancestor of the Kemites, are the oldest - tallest giants (Nephilim - anakim - rephraim etc). You MUST unlearn, EVERYTHING, you have learned. AintNoAliensBih Autochthonous Pangea Olmec Negro BritishMuseum MaUr ZiggURat SuMERia LeMURia TaMERi AMARuMURu AMOR AMERica Moloch PlumedFeather Indigo Anu TaSeti Tehuti Teotihuacan Viracocha TheyCameBeforeColumbus MORoMORo - regrann
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@Regrann from @negusnetwork - Per the British Museum in 1798, these are the emblems - images as representations of the autochthonous - indigenous people of such land mass. Know the difference between autochthonous & native. Notice the EXACT same wardrobe, from headdress to "ToeDress". In aMARuca - aMERica - aMURica, the WAR bonnet or headdress consisted of bird feathers & the primary weapon, of course... was the bow & arrow. In Kemet (war), Ramses - Ramessu and-or his horse wore a feathered headdress while Ramses holds a bow & arrow. In KMT, the different feathered crowns represented war, justice, order etc. The Yoruba tradition, Ochosi - Ogun - Shango is also seen wearing a bird feather headdress w- a bow & arrow. In the Hindu practice, MURugan - Kartikeya - Rudra (the Fierce one) or the war diety, is also depicted with bird feathers & a bow & arrow. EVERY single diety has been depicted to wear the leopard - jaguar skin cloth from the Yoruba of West Africa, to Kemet down to Ethiopia, to india to the Americas. In the Helios Biblos (Holy Bible), it speaks of the Anakim - Anak as the ORIGINAL inhabitants of palestine BEFORE the Canaanites, who were a WARLIKE CUSHITE tribe and the same race as the phoenicians and egyptians (kemites). In the ancient times, Ta Seti, which means the "Land of the BOW" consists of Sudan - Ethiopia. Mind you, the Anuak - Anak people of Sudan - Ethiopia, who are also the predecessor - ancestor of the Kemites, are the oldest - tallest giants (Nephilim - anakim - rephraim etc). You MUST unlearn, EVERYTHING, you have learned. AintNoAliensBih Autochthonous Pangea Olmec Negro BritishMuseum MaUr ZiggURat SuMERia LeMURia TaMERi AMARuMURu AMOR AMERica Moloch PlumedFeather Indigo Anu TaSeti Tehuti Teotihuacan Viracocha TheyCameBeforeColumbus MORoMORo - regrann

@Regrann from @negusnetwork - Per the British Museum in 1798, these are the emblems - images as representations of the autochthonous - indig...