Alien Presence in Batman 66 (Happy Earth Day!)

So, today is Earth Day, what better time to look at the Alien presence, whether confirmed, possible, hoaxes or theorised in the continuity of Batman 66?! Green Hornet Episodes 25 & 26: Invasion from Outer Space Parts 1 & 2 (10th & 17th March 1967) In the two-part finale, a disgruntled scientist and his team …

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Spotlight On…The Catwomen (Spotlight On…Volume Three)

Today, 15th April 2020, DC was supposed to be the original release date for the Catwoman 80th Anniversary comic as of current writing however, it has been postponed for two weeks (29th April 2020), or more accurately, its digital release has. As I won't be able to get my review/in-depth look at the "Catwoman of …

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Titans: The Batman 66 Connection

Titans airs in America on the streaming service DC Universe and in other countries on Netflix. Titans focuses on a variety of DC Comics characters, but mostly; Robin/Dick Grayson Starfire/Koriand'r Raven/Rachel Roth Beast Boy/Garfield Logan Brenton Thwaites is the first person to bring Dick Grayson to life in live action Television since Burt Ward did …

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The Ranking and the Legacy of the Window Cameos

I have already ranked the villains and the heroes, now I am ranking the 15 window cameos. These window cameos appeared mostly in Season 2, but with one appearance in Season 1, and 1 in the Movie. It appears the window cameos were one of many things cut for Season 3. I have also included …

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Batman 66: The Narrators

In this blog I will be looking at the Narrators in the Batman 66 continuity. Batman TV Series (All Episodes) Batman: The Movie Batman: Original TV Soundtrack Equal Pay PSA William Dozier, Executive Producer and Series creator was also the narrator for the series. Initially in piecing together a sizzle reel for the network, 6 …

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Ranking the Heroes

Having ranked all the villains previously, it only makes sense for me to look at the other side of that coin, looking at the heroes from the Batman, Batman: The Movie, Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, and Batman vs Two-Face. With my villain rankings I excluded henchmen and molls, similarly here I shall not …

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5 Great Burt Ward Robin Moments (Celebrating 80 Years of Robin)

To celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the Robin character, (DC Comics has released an 80th Anniversary Comic celebrating the character today, 11th March 2020), I thought I'd do a post celebrating the TV series version of Robin. At first I thought I'd do a post of my top 5 favourite moments, but then I realise …

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From The Makers of Batman: Greenway Productions

Batman was brought to us by Greenway Productions. William Dozier, TV and film producer was the President of Greenway Productions for its output from 1965-1969. William Dozier was the ever-present narrator for the Batman TV series. So William Dozier's Greenway Productions brought us Batman. I thought I'd take a look at what else Greenway Productions …

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Explaining Away The Contradictions!

This blog post is taking a look at things in the Batman 66 continuity that are either plot-holes or contradictions. I will attempt to explain away these contradictions. Some instances will be longer and shorter than others. I will try not to simply write my own version of the story, I do not intend to …

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Spotlight On…Milton Berle (Spotlight On…Volume Two)

“Uncle Miltie” or “Mr. Television”, Milton Berle was so much more than just Louie the Lilac in Season 3. Milton Berle had many different connections to the Batman TV Series. 5th March 1966 Hollywood Palace: Season 3 Episode 23 Hollywood Palace was a televised variety show that lasted from 1964-1970. The show would have guest …

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