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In 1967, television history was made when two masked crime fighters met in a historic crossover. Now, superstar filmmaker Kevin Smith and actor/comedian Ralph Garman join forces with artist Ty Templeton (BATMAN '66) to bring these two iconic characters and their famous partners together again. Set in the continuity of that earlier team-up, Batman, The Green Hornet, Robin and Kato must go up against a very different General (formerly Colonel) Gumm. What crime could be so deadly as to force these rivals to put aside their differences and join forces again? And what surprise does Gumm have up his sticky sleeve? Co-published with Dynamite Entertainment.

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"Thrilling Days of Yesteryear"...or, "Let's Roll!" 0

What was landmark about the '66 live action Batman television series was that it was in color; and, it brought Batman's rogues gallery to live action for the first time. Batman '66 was unlike The Adventures of Superman in the '50's or the super-hero movie serials of the '40's, which primarily featured gangsters. The Batman movie serials of the '40's are legendary for their political incorrectness. Adam West played up the comical absurdity of Batman on the television series. He played the charact...

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The Nostalgia Is Killing Me 0

This was a great read. The writers really captured the spirit of the mid-sixties Batman and Green Hornet. The competitiveness between the two heroes was so much fun to watch. It was like seeing Adam West and Van Williams in action on TV all over again. The book even uses the same villains from the original crossover episodes from way back when. Gumm and his henchmen are back.This is a fun story for anyone, but baby boomers will get the biggest kick out of it....

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