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    What about Captain Nice? (NBC, 1967)


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    Let's make the choice something more.. unorthodox, shall we?
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    Moonlight Mask. Japanese super-hero. Ill remembered outside of Japan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adekis View Post
    Let's make the choice something more.. unorthodox, shall we?
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    Moonlight Mask. Japanese super-hero. Ill remembered outside of Japan.
    Why is he called "Moonlight Mask" if he wears cheap sunglasses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adekis View Post
    Let's make the choice something more.. unorthodox, shall we?
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    Nice!
    Show predates Batman 66 by some but defiantly seems more analogues to Batman than Ultraman.
    Would this be their Ridler analog?



    Love the fins on the bike, Batman'd be proud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Another possible crossover TV franchise that would actually fit the 66 theme, time frame and style of the book, would be ..... Avengers....
    by way of some Alfred plot, going to England and teaming up with -Avengers: John Steed & Emma Peel



    With incredible Alex Ross 60s-70s movie type covers would be amazing!
    And now it's happening!!!

    -DC COMICS ANNOUNCES ... -BATMAN '66,- BRITISH -AVENGERS- CROSSOVER
    http://www.comicbookresources.com/ar...gers-crossover

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    Must see scene...

    Batman & Robin are MIA, Alfred unveils another secret phone (maybe a blue-phone)
    Direct line to Steed & Peel.





    Also must have, and umbrella cane / sword duel.

    And Emma Peel vs Catwoman!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Next they'll revisit this. And bring in all the comedic villains?



    They so need to included all of these heroes in a "Justice League" event in Batman '66. BTW - where's the Atom???
    Currently Reading:Aquaman, Doomsday Clock, Freedom Fighters, Hawkman, Justice League, Justice League Dark, Shazam, Wonder Twins, Wonder Woman, & Young Justice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Must see scene...

    Batman & Robin are MIA, Alfred unveils another secret phone (maybe a blue-phone)
    Direct line to Steed & Peel.





    Also must have, and umbrella cane / sword duel.

    And Emma Peel vs Catwoman!
    "Mrs. Peel, we're needed."
    "There's magic in the sound of analog audio." - CNET.

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    I'm voting for this guy.


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    This is a cute thread. Good pix. I would pick Superboy even though the poll is closed. I miss the real Superboy. Before the lawsuits. :-(

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    I really hope they get Alex Ross to do the covers like he did for the Batman Green Hornet x/over.
    A Ross cover with the proper likeness of (Diana Rigg) Emma Peel & (Julie Newmar) Catwoman would be
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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    I really hope they get Alex Ross to do the covers like he did for the Batman Green Hornet x/over.
    A Ross cover with the proper likeness of (Diana Rigg) Emma Peel & (Julie Newmar) Catwoman would be
    I want to see Emma Peel vs. Catwoman and John Steed vs. Penguin.
    And Batman and Robin vs. The Cybernauts.
    "There's magic in the sound of analog audio." - CNET.

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    In addition to CAPTAIN NICE, there was also MR. TERRIFIC (not the DC character). Both were quite similar (I sometimes get them confused) and both seemed to exist totally because of the Batman craze and little else. Although, I have to admit I was enjoying both of these TV shows more than the third season of BATMAN.

    I don't suppose it's possible for DC to get the license to use either of them, but of all the TV shows from the '60s, I think they're the ones that best fit a crossover with TV BATMAN. And my picky nature can't entertain bringing in characters that didn't exist until the '70s or the '80s. That's Madness, I say.

    One dream crossover would be Batman & Robin meeting THE CHAMPIONS--Craig Stirling, Sharron Macready and Richard Barrett, the super-powered agents of NEMESIS. Unlike B&R, these guys played it serious. But I thought that GREEN HORNET was a serious show, too--not really that campy.

    Or, also on the spy front, a team-up with GET SMART would be awesome. The humour of Max and 99 would be a nice fit with Bruce and Dick's deadpan one-liners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Kelly View Post
    In addition to CAPTAIN NICE, there was also MR. TERRIFIC (not the DC character). Both were quite similar (I sometimes get them confused) and both seemed to exist totally because of the Batman craze and little else. Although, I have to admit I was enjoying both of these TV shows more than the third season of BATMAN.

    I don't suppose it's possible for DC to get the license to use either of them, but of all the TV shows from the '60s, I think they're the ones that best fit a crossover with TV BATMAN. And my picky nature can't entertain bringing in characters that didn't exist until the '70s or the '80s. That's Madness, I say.

    One dream crossover would be Batman & Robin meeting THE CHAMPIONS--Craig Stirling, Sharron Macready and Richard Barrett, the super-powered agents of NEMESIS. Unlike B&R, these guys played it serious. But I thought that GREEN HORNET was a serious show, too--not really that campy.

    Or, also on the spy front, a team-up with GET SMART would be awesome. The humour of Max and 99 would be a nice fit with Bruce and Dick's deadpan one-liners.
    What about Batman (and Robin & Batgirl) Meet the Universal Monsters. In 3-D!
    "There's magic in the sound of analog audio." - CNET.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Another possible crossover TV franchise that would actually fit the 66 theme, time frame and style of the book, would be .... Get Smart.

    Bat-phone gets switched with the Shoe-phone.
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    Oh and Maxwell Smart
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Kelly View Post
    Or, also on the spy front, a team-up with GET SMART would be awesome. The humour of Max and 99 would be a nice fit with Bruce and Dick's deadpan one-liners.

    Smart: Don't tell me, it's the Dynamic Duo!

    99 : It's the Dynamic Duo

    Smart: I asked you not to tell me that!

    Batman: (...takes out batarang!)

    Smart: The old impossibly large folding gadget hidden in the utility-belt trick!

    Batman: (...throws batarang)

    Smart: Missed by that much!

    Robin: Holly catch phrases abuse Batman!



    Kaos & United Underworld Unite!

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