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@justoneshot: Thanks for the feedback. As much as I'd say, Yeah, end it now that Mr. West is gone; a part of me says, Hey! Here's an opportunity to keep this version of Batman going. Let's do that to honor him and as a tribute to him. I could easily "see" - or hear - Kevin Conroy or Deidrich Bader - but that's the simple, easy fix.

I'm a fan that thinks three seasons was not nearly enough...

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So, this "Casting Call" looks pretty solid? I tried to pick celebrities that had passed - 'cos that might be easier to use for the characters. I also tried to use television stars rather than movie stars. Shows like Star Trek, Gilligan's Island, Batman, Mission: Impossible and The Wild, Wild West all seemed to use the same faces. This might be just as true today as it was then. If the line-up works, what villain would make sense on a limited television budget?

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Thanks for the feedback!

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So...(Seinfeld voice) we're supposed to like The New, because of The Old. I'm just liking The Old... Sorry.

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One of my fayve-oh-rite issues! I think this one might have ended up inspiring a lot of future stories; including the '89 Batman film (at least the bit about the henchman) and maybe Batman: The Animated Series #102 - Christmas with the Joker.

I remember that being the running theme for a long time in the Bronze Age. The Joker would end up shooting one of his goons. I think he may have even done that in the Batman/Hulk team-up - may have been the same time - and may have been written by Wein, too. Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez provided the art on that, I think. He did the cover for this issue.

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Well...that was quite comprehensive!

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I salute you. That's dedicated research!

I've always liked Ozzy's Bark at the Moon. Werewolves scare the crap outta me - there could be werewolves. Of all the monsters, werewolves are the most realistic.

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@blindinglights: Thanks for the feedback! I can't be sure, but I would guess Harley is based on zany '60's comedian Goldie Hawn. If you're a Bane fan, then you gotta, gotta, gotta read the Bane issue! If you've seen the Londinium trilogy; everybody makes a run for the border. The Riddler teams up with Bane. Gordon and O'Hara go "undercover". Bane "breaks" the Bat. It is very cool to see the characters we're familiar with in the '66 setting.

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