Jun 15, 2017
episode, we first must tip our hats to our favorite caped crusader,
Adam West, who passed away June 9 at 88. What was
that magic touch he had as an actor? Would the show even have been
the show without him?
Then it’s onward with King Tut’s Coup and Batman’s Waterloo. Do these two episodes make up the best...
Jun 1, 2017
It’s the showdown of the century… Bruce Lee vs
Burt Ward! Or at least, that seems to have been
how some young viewers — and Lee himself — saw this arc! As
the Green Hornet and Kato visit Gotham, we dig
into Lee’s seeming obsession with Ward.
So why did the Hornet appear on Batman? Does the Hornet bring his...
May 18, 2017
In September 1966, William Dozier’s Greenway
Productions debuted its new series The Green
Hornet. Originally a radio series beginning in 1936, the
Green Hornet has also appeared in movie serials and comic books,
and a 2011 movie.
In this episode, we look at the character’s history, how the TV series came to be and...
May 4, 2017
Catwoman goes to college, but says she can’t go straight without “the love of a good man.” And yet, she keeps trying to kill that good man! Even so, the sexual tension between bat and cat gives us a surprisingly long, natural-seeming conversation between the two to close out Julie Newmar’s final...
Apr 20, 2017
“The Joker’s Last Laugh” arc is Lorenzo Semple Jr.’s last writing for “Batman”, a teleplay from a story written by crime novelist Peter Rabe. But that story originally featured Two-Face! (Read the treatment here. Thanks to High C for providing!) The Joker version contains at least one vestige of the...