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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post

    Although also not from the same time; How about 66 Batman the 2000 Tick.

    Or would West & Warburton combo be to much awesome to contain in one universe.
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    How about the Tick (and Arthur)?

    Sandy Hausler
    Yes!

    Would love it if they used the 2000 Tick Live Action version:
    (Patrick Warburton) The Tick
    (David Burke)Arthur
    (Liz Vassey) Captain Liberty
    (Nestor Carbonell) Batmanuel

    Paired with the live action:
    Adam West
    Burt Ward
    Linda Carter Wonder Woman
    and Christopher Reeve Superman



    https://i.imgur.com/eFcfY5P.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by j9ac9k View Post
    I want to see Batman and Robin get thrown in the Land of The Lost!
    It could explain the Dino in the Batcave.

    Bruce, Dick and Barbara
    On a routine expedition
    Met the greatest earthquake ever known
    High over Gotham It struck their tiny bat-craft
    And plunged them down a thousand feet below
    To the Laaand of the Lost


    Holy evolutionary missing-link what's a Sleestak?
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    Do we get Robin vs Chaka?
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    The cast of HR Puf-N-Stuf. I'd like to see a whole series of Sid and Marty Krofft properties teaming up with Batman '66. Also the Banana Splits if that hasn't been done.

    This reminds me that I would love to see a Mark Russell written Land of the Lost. I'd love to see what he did with Chaka and his tribe and with the sleestacks.

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    Did not see prior post before posting. That was random. And weird. Obviously, great post, Guicho. I obviously agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BatmanJones View Post
    That was random. And weird.
    Random and weird? Well we did invoke Krofft & Puf-N-Stuf.
    How about this for Random and weird?


    Quote Originally Posted by BatmanJones View Post
    The cast of HR Puf-N-Stuf. I'd like to see a whole series of Sid and Marty Krofft properties teaming up with Batman '66. Also the Banana Splits if that hasn't been done.
    Weren't Kroftt responsible for creating all those bizarre McDonald's characters?
    If you are teaming with Krofft creations, what if the Batman Rogues criminal underworld, team-up with the Happy Meal gang.
    Who are both frighteningly similar ....


    Although the original Krofft versions were even more terrifying.
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    How Batman meets the Prisoner. That would be freaky.

    Sandy Hausler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Random and weird? Well we did invoke Krofft & Puf-N-Stuf.
    How about this for Random and weird?



    Weren't Kroftt responsible for creating all those bizarre McDonald's characters?
    If you are teaming with Krofft creations, what if the Batman Rogues criminal underworld, team-up with the Happy Meal gang.
    Who are both frighteningly similar ....


    Although the original Krofft versions were even more terrifying.
    This is purely wonderful. What a great post. Thanks for it.

    My memory is so shot I'd forgotten I'd already suggested HR Puf-N-Stuf until after I posted it again only one page later.

    I don't think the Kroffts designed the McDonald's characters but they certainly could have. It's their aesthetic all over again. Loved the comparisons to the 4 major villains from Batman '66. That was fantastic.

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    And, yeah, looking at that first McDonald's character pic you shared looks VERY Sid and Marty Krofft. I can't imagine it could have been anyone else. Their Hamburgular is particularly great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
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    That would work.

    Another possible crossover TV franchise that would actually fit the 66 theme, time frame and style of the book, would be Star Trek.

    “Alexander the Great” not withstanding, a scene where Adam West and William Shatner ham it up and try to outdo their scenery chewing, would be tremendous!

    "'Batman '66' is locked in a period of time, and who he meets is locked into that time period," - Dan Didio - http://www.comicbookresources.com/ar...this-christmas

    It does look like they want to stick with only TV shows created in that time period.

    Although does that include or rule out things like Star Trek for example, which (as evidenced by the many of the actors who crossed over)


    was created and aired the same years as Batman, but took place in an imagined future?

    I still want to see Kirk(Shatner) and Batman(West) team up against Khan( Montalban) and Joker(Romero)
    The potential for all the scenery chewing dialogue and scene stealing is just to incredible!

    Also just to have Batgirl(Craig R.I.P) meet her Green Alien self, would be great!

    http://i.imgur.com/OaKw0ci.jpg?1[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Ku4CL0F.jpg?

    Likewise Khan (Montalbán) and Joker (Romero) can switch places (by way of transport mixup) and each wreak havoc in the other's place.

    Or Gorshin Ridller and that half-face alien.

    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Another possible crossover TV franchise that would actually fit the 66 theme, time frame(when they were made) and style of the book, would be Star Trek.

    Adam West's Batman and William Shatner's Kirk hamming it up and trying to outdo their scenery chewing, would be tremendous!

    Khan (Montalbán) and Joker (Romero) meeting and switching places (by way of transport mixup) and each wreaking havoc in the other's place.
    ....Also just to have Batgirl(Craig) meet her Green Alien self, would be great!
    Quote Originally Posted by Rod G View Post
    I concur with the Batman '66/ Star Trek thing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Stone View Post

    I personally think Star Trek would fit the feel of the series ...
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    Since Kirk and the gang wound up traveling back to the '60s a few times on TOS, I would say it definitely shouldn't rule out them appearing.
    Come on DC, this is the one big franchise you need to cross over with 66, don't let this series end without this happening...
    Not my art:
    Is the 66 run over?
    Cause they haven't got to the best one yet.
    Seriously DC, you've had the Trek license cross over with GL and Legion

    It's way past time for this epic 1966 crossover!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Is the 66 run over?
    Cause they haven't got to the best one yet.
    Seriously DC, you've had the Trek license cross over with GL and Legion

    It's way past time for this epic 1966 crossover!

    I really had high hopes for a Batman '66/Wild Wild West crossover.
    It could basically write itself.
    "There's magic in the sound of analog audio." - CNET.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Stone View Post

    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    If you're allowing access to the Time Tunnel, then another show, which actually ran concurrently with batman 66 was Wild Wild West (ran 1965-1969).

    Featured a similar "camp" tone, with an endless cast of character villains and over the top gadgets action and plots.
    James West and Artemus Gordon as counterparts to Batman & Robin.
    West even had a butler/valet in Tennyson.
    And they had their own version of Commissioner Gordon calling them to action with Colonel Richmond.
    They can load the Batmobile onto the tracks with the Wanderer (pretty much their traveling batcave with crime lab).



    Analogous to the Joker Penguin Catwoman trio they have - Dr. Miguelito Loveless, Antoinette & Voltaire, if you want to make it four with Ridler, add Count Carlos Mario Vincenzo Robespierre Manzeppi.

    The meeting of Loveless and Penguin alone and them plotting together would be brilliant! All these colorful villains would make such a great team-up.
    And if they really want to tie it all together make Artemus Gordon the great ancestor of James Gordon.
    I really had high hopes for a Batman '66/Wild Wild West crossover.
    It could basically write itself.
    Wild West would have been great!

    One with Batman thrown into the past.

    Then the next one with Batman thrown into the future!

    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    "'Batman '66' is locked in a period of time, and who he meets is locked into that time period," - Dan Didio - http://www.comicbookresources.com/ar...this-christmas

    It does look like they want to stick with only TV shows created in that time period.

    Although does that include or rule out things like Star Trek for example, which (as evidenced by the many of the actors who crossed over)


    was created and aired the same years as Batman, but took place in an imagined future?

    I still want to see Kirk(Shatner) and Batman(West) team up against Khan( Montalban) and Joker(Romero)
    The potential for all the scenery chewing dialogue and scene stealing is just to incredible!

    Also just to have Batgirl(Craig R.I.P) meet her Green Alien self, would be great!


    What's great is these three shows all existed in 66'
    So these '66 characters need to meet!
    Last edited by Güicho; 09-23-2018 at 04:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Wild West would have been great!

    One with Batman thrown into the past.

    Then the next one with Batman thrown into the future!





    What's great is these three shows all existed in 66'
    So these '66 characters need to meet!
    Batman '66/Star Trek: TOS would have to be double-sized issues with all the dramatic pauses from Kirk and Batman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Stone View Post
    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 Star Trek.



    “Alexander the Great” not withstanding, a scene where Adam West and William Shatner ham it up and try to outdo their scenery chewing, would be tremendous!

    Likewise Khan (Montalbán) and Joker (Romero) can switch places (by way of transport mixup) and each wreak havoc in the other's place.

    Or Gorshin Ridller and that half-face alien.
    Batman '66/Star Trek: TOS would have to be double-sized issues with all the dramatic pauses from Kirk and Batman.
    We kind of got that in the Alexander the Great scene ^ above.

    And it was finally pulled off in the 66 Batman vs. Two-Face Animated film, which was perfect casting.




    Although the story was a bit all over the place, and never quite let Shatner play up his two sides like he did in the The Enemy Within - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bZKEhgieoc

    Which should have been the whole point of casting him as the perfect Two-Face.

    Still the actual Batman(West) Captain Kirk(Shatner) crossover really needs to happen.

    With the Batman 66 Omnibus out- https://www.dccomics.com/graphic-nov...0%9966-omnibus
    I hope that doesn't mean they are done with the series?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    With the Batman 66 Omnibus out- https://www.dccomics.com/graphic-nov...0%9966-omnibus
    I hope that doesn't mean they are done with the series?
    It's quite possible.
    But I wouldn't fret.
    I think the '66 comics ran long enough that they'll have a lasting impression on future creators.
    And it's helped the series maintain its hold in pop culture.

    I would've only expected DC to do a short mini-series when the DVDs were released.
    They did much more than that. Something to be grateful for, indeed.
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    How about Batman ‘66 meeting the 2nd Doctor from the classic Doctor Who?
    Last edited by Rod G; 09-25-2018 at 03:37 PM.
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    Marvel: Spider-Man:Renew Your Vows, Champions, Marvel Two-in-One, Fantastic Four (2018), Avengers (2018), Mr and Mrs X, Ironheart
    DC: Not much these days, but being cautiously optimistic for Shazam! (2018-2019) and Young Justice

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