Batman '66 Omnibus

Batman '66 Omnibus

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Batman '66 Omnibus

Hardcover 928 pp

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English (United States) · 


Collects Batman '66 (2013 DC) #1-30 and Batman '66: The Lost Episode (2014), and material from Solo (2004-2006 DC) #7. Cover by Martin Ansin.

Put on your go-go boots and get ready to "Batusi" as DC reimagines the classic Batman TV show! In these tales, the Dynamic Duo takes on the Riddler, Mr. Freeze, the Penguin, the Mad Hatter, The Joker and more of the world's most colorful Bat-villains! And in BATMAN '66: THE LOST EPISODE #1, an outline from the original TV series featuring Two-Face is adapted to comics for the first time!

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  • 978-1-401-28328-5
  • 9781401283285-59999

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has rated42/26/2023

As a die-hard fan of the Kitsch, Camp TV Series (I own the BR Complete Collection and lots of related memorabilia), this OB seemed pretty much like heaven-sent for me. An anthology which oozes that same feeling you could watch on the telly. Parker catches the amusing tone and his dialogues and dynamic plots truly work. It gets even better than expected; issues #17 to #30 (vol. 4 & 5) reimagined an array of classy villains in a standout mood: their vibe moving from darker rather than naive, thus shifted what was predictable. About illustration side, many authors were involved. But all of them tried a similar kind of pencilling. Wish The Allreds would have dealt with Interiors (apart from Covers), because Mike & Laura had the whole Run nailed!! My final highlight here is "The Lost Episode". Written by Wein and marvellously drawn by Master García-López (quite superlative art for this never-aired story). Two-Face's colorful looking, but gloomy inside (Clint Eastwood portrayed).#GlitzyBatsy

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