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DC Collectibles, Diamond Select Toys and more show off their upcoming wares featuring some of the biggest, most iconic names in geekdom.
Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar turn up the innuendo and share anecdotes while celebrating the release of "Batman '66" on Blu-ray.
The minds behind some of Batman's most popular adaptations met at Comic-Con to discuss the many interpretations of the Caped Crusader across 75 years.
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."
An unproduced Two-Face starring script by Harlan Ellison is set be adapted for DC Comics' "Batman ’66" digital-first series
DC Collectibles wows with an SDCC preview and solicits while three companies show off Batman '66 toys and the X-Men bask in the spotlight.
With Batman '66 currently teaming with the Green Hornet, CBR wants to know which live action superhero TV star you'd like to see him meet next?
Hasbro shows off their Comic-Con International exclusives, Julie Newmar's Catwoman gets a Sideshow statue and Gentle Giant shows its Man-Thing.
Kevin Smith puts words in Adam West's mouth, argues for a Batman/Green Hornet animated feature and promises Ben Affleck will deliver as the Dark Knight.
Hasbro and Sideshow celebrated May the Fourth with new Star Wars announcements, and Marvel also had some big reveals for fans.
Check out an exclusive first look at Mike Allred's "Batman '66"-themed variant covers for "Action Comics," "Batwoman" and "Earth 2."
DC Comics celebrates the 75th Anniversary of the Dark Knight with Scott Snyder and collaborators speaking on "Batman Eternal's" big plan and the future of the Joker.
The 91-year-old screenwriter, who also wrote films like "Flash Gordon" and "Never Say Never Again," Semple brought a lighter version of The Dark Knight to television screens in the 1960s.
Hot Toys unveils Winter Soldier, Batman and Robin 1/6 scale figures while "Game of Thrones" gets bust-y at Dark Horse Deluxe.
Kevin Smith returns to comics with co-writer Ralph Garman and artist Ty Templeton for the digital-first "Batman '66 Meets the Green Hornet."
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.
TV toys and collectibles based on Joss Whedon shows, "The Walking Dead," "Transformers," "Masters of the Universe" and more on display!
DC Comics' latest variant theme is "Batman '66," with Mike Allred illustrating 19 May-shipping covers in the style of the beloved '60s TV show.
A pair of "Deadly Class" covers, "The Unwritten: Apocalypse," "Wonder Woman" and the retro "Batman '66" are our latest CotW candidates!
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.
Suspect allegedly carried 20 threat letters when he was arrested! More on graphic novels vs. serialized comics! Interviews with Paul Pope and Jeff Parker! Plus more!
With the success of "Batman '66" and "Smallville Season 11, "Tom Bondurant, considers what other DC-inspired movies and TV series are ripe for digital comics.
The artist of the Eisner-winning "Bandette," Collen Coover talks about the print collection, working on "Batman '66," European influences and more.
A variety of announcements this week showed off new "Game of Thrones" figures, an Adam West Batman bust and a new "Amazing Spider-Man" figure!
Batgirl makes her "Batman '66" debut, facing off against the purrfectly villainous Catwoman in a story from the creative team of Jeff Parker and Colleen Coover.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the digital-first "Batman '66" #14 by Jeff Parker & Ruben Procopio. The sinister somnambulist, the Sandman, returns Oct. 2!
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Kevin Maguire's "Batman '66" #2 variant, which features Batman and Robin facing off against Penguin and Mr. Freeze.
At the DC Digital panel creators Bryan Q. Miller, Kyle Higgins, Dustin Nguyen, Jim Chadwick, Christos Gage and Tom Taylor spoke about their comics and announced DC Entertainment's new digital titles.
With "Batman '66" finally on tablets everywhere and "Smallville: Season 11" going strong, CBR wonders, which superhero television show should be next to get the digital comics treatment?
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman '66" #1 4 stars, calling the digital-first by Jeff Parker & Jonathan Case "a nostalgia stuffed innovation" with "a fun story and striking art delivered by top-notch talent."
Jeff Parker and company's digital comics version of Adam West's "Batman" debuts today, and THE BAT SIGNAL is back to hear about the history of the cult comedy adaptation and its impact on the 21st Century comic.
Hasbro's new line-up of Star Wars figures, "The Big Bang Theory" Pop! Vinyl collectibles & DC's Comic-Con International exclusive "Batman '66" #1 toy cover highlight this week's edition of TOYING AROUND.
DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson and DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee introduce the company's newest digital comics initiative: DC² and DC²: Multiverse, a new, interactive approach to storytelling.
DC Entertainment has announced DC2 and DC2 Multiverse, a digital comics initiative that enhances art and allows for readers to determine a specific story outcome by selecting different plot elements.
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.
"Iron Man 3" fever is in full swing with a life-sized statue and foot-tall action figures, plus new "Man of Steel" figures from Play Arts Kai, He-Man Pop! Vinyls and a Hot Toys Wolverine statue.
Despite an attempt on his life by Mark Waid, Jeff Parker discussed his and artist Jonathan Case's "Batman '66" digital-first comic with CBR TV, explaining how he got the gig, his plans for the series and more.
Brett White explains how the new digital-first "Batman '66" comic by Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case is a retro throwback that may actually mean a lot for the future of comics.
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.
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.