Batman in the Sixties

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Bob Kane
DC Comics, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 223 pages
Mirroring the era in which they were written and took place, the stories collected in this trade paperback alternate from outrageously offbeat to completely realistic. The Dynamic Duo is joined by Batgirl and Bat-Mite as they go up against some of Batman's most classic foes, including the Joker, Clayface, Poison Ivy and Blockbuster. Including a gatefold map of the 60s version of the Batcave, this book also features an introduction by the man who played Batman on TV during this same time period, Adam West!

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User Review  - MaowangVater - LibraryThing

This is a good sampling of stories from the sixties that demonstrates the changing look and feel of the wholesome stories of square jawed crime fighter and supervillain defeater with juvenile side ... Read full review

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User Review  - datrappert - LibraryThing

An enjoyable read as the depth of the stories picks up after the first couple, which are really awful. But they certainly don't provide the enjoyment of reading them in elementary school. The plots ... Read full review



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