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"Batman v Superman 1966" uses footage from "Batman," "Adventures of Superman" and "Wonder Woman" for a shot-by-shot remake.
The iconic "Batman" actor will appear as himself later this month on the milestone episode of the hit CBS comedy.
Adam West, Burt Ward and the rest of the "Batman" cast brought the caped crusader to television for the first time fifty years ago.
Didn't realize how amazing the labels were in the "Batman '66" TV series? Fear not, as a new Twitter account -- featuring "Bat Ladder" -- has you covered.
Barris, legendary creator of the '66 Batmobile, was laid to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles yesterday.
Was the U.S. government responsible for "Batman's" cancellation? And what scene drawn by Dave Cockrum led Max Allan Collins to quit writing "Batman?"
Adam West's Batman, Burt Wad's Robin, Yvonne Craig's Batgirl and Cesar Romero's Joker get the Vinyl Idolz treatment from Funko.
The iconic Batman shares his thoughts on the passing of the actress who defined Batgirl for a generation of television watchers.
The special will reunite "Batman '66" stars Adam West and Burt Ward and also feature Seth Green, Nathan Fillion, "Weird Al" Yankovic and more.
Want to make the "Batman v Superman" trailer a little less bleak? Just sub in Adam West and Christopher Reeve!
The dynamic duo from the "Batman '66" series will lend their voices to a new animated feature.
Stan Lee, "The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening and "Batman" star Adam West are among NECA’s "25 of the Greatest Guest Stars" figures.
Game director Arthur Parsons and the voice of Batman, Troy Baker, spoke with CBR TV about why the scope of "LEGO Batman 3" goes far "Beyond Gotham."
While the fame of some of "Batman's" guest stars faded in time, every last one was a Hollywood A-lister when they visited Gotham City
"Batman: The Complete Television Series" disc problems have been fixed by Warner Bros., which will offer replacements with even more features.
As the Adam West-inspired digital series moves forward, Jeff Parker has plans for more foes unseen on TV and solo Batgirl stories.
The former Caped Crusader discusses how important it was for the classic show to get the characters right, and its positive influence on generations of fans.
Once reviled for its campiness, the 1960s TV series is a testament to the character's limitless versatility and the importance of comics in pop culture.
As we look to expand our video offerings in 2015, CBR is also building a new set -- a fully functioning bar highlighted by Terry Wolfinger's artwork.
CBR Executive Producer Jonah Weiland's pop/comics culture show airs today with guests Adam West, Troy Baker, G. Willow Wilson & Charles Halford.
The legendary Adam West discusses playing Batman in the 1960s, why the TV series is back in vogue and acting with nothing more than his voice.
Adam West looked back on his career-defining role, sharing the advice he offered fellow Batmen Ben Affleck and George Clooney.
Actor Burt Ward discusses his strange Robin audition for the 1960s "Batman" TV series with Adam West and injuries sustained on set.
Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar turn up the innuendo and share anecdotes while celebrating the release of "Batman '66" on Blu-ray.
Adam West spoke with reporters at Comic-Con about his role in "LEGO Batman 3" as well as the lasting legacy of the Dark Knight and "Batman '66."
TV's original Batman, Adam West, tells fans what extras they can expect on the long-awaited boxset. (Shark Repellant not included.)
At Comic-Con International, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced an official release date and price for the classic series on Blu-ray and DVD.
From the CBR TV vault, film critic Leonard Maltin discusses why "The Avengers" succeeded, why certain flops aren't actually flops and the global box office.
As first announced by Conan O'Brien via Twitter, the live-action '60s "Batman" series will finally get a home release, at some point this year.
As the news of Ben Affleck as the new Batman in Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" sequel continues to spread, more details come to light as celebrities continue to sound off on the casting decision.
A Q&A session with "Batman" stars Burt Ward and Julie Newmar brought good humor, a touch of the risqué and a few interesting revelations about the fan-favorite '60s television show.
Actor, musician and comic writer Bill Mumy's latest project taps into all of his past lives as he returns to sequential art storytelling for the psuedo-biographical "Curse of the Mumy."
A Cesar Romero Joker action figure, exclusive Star Wars Weekend merchandise, realistic Daft Punk figurines and a pair of Mark Buckingham designed "Fables" bookends highlighted this week's toy news.
Jeff Parker discussed his new DC Comics digital-first series "Batman '66" with CBR, promising both the Julie Newmar and Eartha Kitt versions of Catwoman will appear in the series with Killer Croc, Joker and more.
This week, high-end collectibles reigned supreme while action figure announcements included the likes of Jurassic Park, a Burt Ward Robin, "Mirror, Mirror" Star Trek MiniMates and vinyl Doctor Who blind boxes!
DC Comics will expand its digital-first comics line this summer with the debut of "Batman ’66," a series based on the classic television series by Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case with Mike Allred covers.
This week's Comic Book Legends Revealed explores several Batman cancellation rumors, including whether or not the popularity of Adam West's "Batman" television series really saved the Caped Crusader's comic!
While Adam West's "Batman" series made a huge impression from many companies, other shows like "Ultimate Spider-Man," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Game of Thrones" joined in on the Toy Fair fun.
Arizona businessman Rick Champagne shelled out $4.62 million for the customized 1955 Lincoln Futura, the second-highest amount ever paid for a vehicle at the famed Barrett-Jackson collector car auctions.
News of a Mattel toy line based on the 1960s Batman TV series suggests Warner Bros. & 20th Century Fox have finally come to an agreement about the rights to the show. Can DVD collections be far behind?