I suspect there is not a person reading this site today who didn’t have that experience with at least one of the major nerd properties he had a hand in.
With an Alex Ross cover (above), the issue will be a sequel to the TV episode where the heroes met, and feature the same villain, Colonel Gumm.
Whether it’s the ’60s version or the oughts version, a crazy crimefighter who dresses like a bat is really not the right guy to entertain your kid
Of course, we never got goofy dragons on the 1966 TV show, though I have no doubt Batman could have slain them with true love, had it been necessary.
I guess I’ll have to put it to a vote – who should my new punchline be?
Well, WB Home Entertainment hadn’t actually made that public yet. But this forced their hand.
It’s about time an arcade driving simulator got seriously nerdy.
Ever since Mattel introduced the toys, this has probably been the most obvious idea ever. And yet it’s no less fun for that.
It’s not just one of the most anticipated toys of the year, but one of the most wanted of the last few decades – a set of Adam West and Burt Ward Batman and Robin action figures.