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Two 1960s television icons cross paths for a groovy, globe-spanning adventure in this one-of-a-kind miniseries. The deadly organization known as T.H.R.U.S.H. has a new twist in their plans for world conquest—they’re recruiting some of Gotham City’s most infamous villains! Agents Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin bring this information to the one man who knows everything about these new enemies: Batman. Before you can say “Open channel D,” the Dynamic Duo and the Men from U.N.C.L.E. are jetting off to Europe to thwart the schemes of this deadly criminal cartel.

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VarVariant CoverEduardo Risso2
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Not only were the '60's "groovy", they were also "smooth", "suave" and "debonair". Sean Connery was Ian Fleming's master spy, 007, James Bond. There were a number of imitators, James Coburn was Derek Flint; legendary crooner Dean Martin, breaking away from comic partner - and DC Comics character - Jerry Lewis was Matt Helm. Don Adams was bumbling Agent 86 of CONTROL in Get Smart. Nearly every series during the '60's had one spy episode from The Flintstones to My Favorite Martian.The Man From U.N...

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