A hallmark of BATMAN ‘66 was the “Bat-climb” up the side of
a tall building, during which a window would inevitably open, and out would pop
the talking head of a celebrity, or other well-known personality, to briefly
engage Batman and Robin in conversation, before the Caped Crusaders would
continue their climb and resume their mission.
Window-poppers ranged from Sammy Davis, Jr., to Ted Cassidy as THE ADDAMS
FAMILY’s “Lurch”. This, too, is fondly
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…And, despite my uncharacteristic complaints over one aspect of the series that didn’t “ring true” for me HERE, he even gets the 1966 TV Joker down right in this issue!
|"Yes! I finally APPROVE!"|
...He knows when you are sleeping! He knows when you're awake... You "BAT-ter be good for goodness sake!"