The possible great news of the 1966 BATMAN TV series coming to DVD, as reported in THIS POST, leaves me with an additional thought.
With even this long-disputed bat-property finally coming to authorized DVD, one is left to wonder where is the 1968 Filmation BATMAN animated series?
UPDATE: February 06, 2014: It IS coming! Click HERE for more details!
|Where? Even the Dark Knight Detective doesn't know!|
Considering there was a release (though incomplete) for Filmation's SUPERMAN…
And the catch-all, remainder DC HEROES…
Why has this series – which nicely reflected Silver Age Batman comics, because it was written by such Silver Age DC Comics writers as Bob Haney and George Kashdan – never been released to DVD?
Not even released through Warner Archives, like some of these…
So, when Adam West joins Michael Keaton, Christian Bale, Kevin Conroy, Rino Romano, Diedrich Bader, Bruce Greenwood, and other actors who have performed (in body or voice) as Batman “sometime in 2014”, Filmation's voice of Batman, Olan Soule, will still be missing.
|You won't find ME anywhere else, folks!|