Batman The Movie Special Edition by 20th Century Fox
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Holy camp internet site, Batman! Right after a fabulously effective time on Television set, the campy comic ebook journey strike the huge monitor, complete with distressing puns, outrageous supervillains, and fights punctuated with term balloons sporting these kinds of onomatopoeic syllables as "Pow!," "Thud!," and "Blammo!" Adam West's wood Batman is the cowled vigilante change moi of straight-arrow millionaire Bruce Wayne and Bruce Ward's Robin (a.k.a. Dick Grayson, Bruce's youthful collegiate protégé) his overeager sidekick in sizzling trousers. With each other they struggle an unholy alliance of Gotham City's best criminals: the Joker (Cesar Romero, whooping up a storm), the Riddler (giggling Frank Gorshin), the Penguin (cackling Burgess Meredith), and the purr-fectly sexy Catwoman (Lee Meriwether slinking in a skin-limited black bodysuit). The criminals are, by natural means, out to conquer the entire world, but with a tiny support from their unending supply of utility belt units (bat shark repellent, anyone?), our vibrant duo thwarts their nefarious plans at each flip. Because the Television set display ran under 30 minutes an episode (with commercials), the 105-minute movie runs a tiny slender--a tiny camp goes a prolonged way--but enthusiasts of the modest-monitor display will appreciate the spoofing tone all through. Leslie H. Martinson directs Lorenzo Semple's screenplay like a huge-budget Television set episode minus the cliffhanger endings. --Sean Axmaker