Cracked points out why the live action Batman TV series and films look the way they do and are so distinct. They are products of their times, a reflection of America’s past three decades. Though we refuse to believe that Joel Schumacher’s 2-film run was the ’90s fault.
“Finally, here we have my secret room. Every good-looking mysterious billionaire bachelor has one.” Bruce Wayne and Bruce Wayne…’s roommate Batman give a quick tour of their house. We want to see Arthur Curry’s house next. Or Edward Nygma’s.
The latest trailer for the solo adventure of Will Arnett’s blocky Batman emphasizes Bruce Wayne’s emotional conflict: he’s lonely, but he’s also afraid of losing his loved ones again. What he doesn’t realize is that he already has family. Even the Joker wants his attention.
1960’s Batman stars Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar voice a new, feature-length animated movie. It’s kind of refreshing to have see their quirky, lighthearted take on the characters after the truly depressing Bats we’ve been dealing with on the big screen lately.
Make the Caped Crusader part of a nutritious breakfast with this whimsical egg cup and spoon that dresses your boiled egg as Batman. Comes with a Bat logo toast cutter. You’d think they’d make one for Robin’s egg too.
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