Surprising no one, I'm always on the lookout for strange and awesome pieces of Batman history, and rarely have they been better than in a set of trading cards from 1966 painted by Norman Saunders.
The 60's Batman show was a staple of my youth - it reran every weekday about an hour after I got done with school, and was rarely missed. As it and Super Friends were the breadth of my Batman knowledge at the time, I didn't think much about Aunt Harriet, who never really seemed to serve any function on the show other than to reinforce how clever Bruce and Dick were at hiding various... activities from the unsuspecting.
There's actually much more to her character, far too deep for the dense little kid I was back then.
The next Batman movie's villains are now cast, so you can stop guessing (and hoping, sigh). I gotta say, I'm pretty disappointed - Nolan said many times before that he wasn't going back to the well of characters that had been in previous bat-flix.
Oh well, at least Bats is pleased.
Friday, Jan 21st 2011 (6:24am) | Thanks: topless robot
While most are obsessing over what two female characters this most recent casting call were for, I'm more intrigued by the new Batmobile... which seems to have gone the way of the minivan.
Tuesday, Nov 16th 2010 (4:52am) | Thanks: topless robot
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...but this comic slideshow about Vivid's new Batman porn is just too damn funny not to point out. I especially enjoyed the representation of the many Bats throughout the ages as they grapple en masse with their consciences over being made into fodder for filth. Kinda sorta NSFW-ish.
Monday, Jun 28th 2010 (5:13am)
Godzilla Vs. Hedorah (1971)
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