Sat, 20 May 2017
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Dan Greenfield has done extensive coverage on the Funko Batman 66 line from initial prototype shots to interviews with the designers. Click on the links below to find out even more info on this exciting new line.
The Inside Scoop on Funko’s New Batman ’66 Line -- with CONCEPT ART. Click here.
The Art of Sculpting BATMAN ’66: An Interview With Sculptor Shelley Rappleye -- with CONCEPT ART. Click here.
The Secrets of Funko’s BATMOBILE Revealed! -- with CONCEPT ART. Click here.
INSIDE LOOK: Funko’s CATWOMAN Figure. Click here.
Ordering Info on Funko’s BATMOBILE. Click here.
Ordering Info on Funko’s BATMAN ’66 Wave 1 is Coming in June. Click here.
SCREEN TEST BATMAN Will Be a Chase Figure. Click here
Direct download: Batcave_File_032.mp3
Category:From the Files of The Batcomputer -- posted at: 4:00pm EDT
Sun, 7 May 2017
"Rubi, Rubi, Who's Got the Ruby?" &
"1001 Faces of the Riddler"
Aired October 12, 1968
Catwoman and Penguin are at odds over a priceless ruby and the Terrific Trio are caught in the middle in our two-part story review. Next, Riddler is back in town and he's using disguises to thrown the Dynamic Duo off his trail even more so than his riddles.
In addition, John and Dan Greenfield, creator and author of the 13th Dimension discuss whether Ted Knight did the voice of Commissioner Gordon and how cool it would be if Funko's Pop Vinyl line did a series based on the Filmation cartoon. Plus, Dan talks about the relationship between Gordon and Bruce Wayne that started all the way at the beginning of the Batman comic in Detective Comics in 1939.
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Dan Greenfield is the editor and co-creator of 13thDimension.com, a website devoted primarily to comics and pop culture, past and present. To him, the basic food groups are Batman, Planet of the Apes, Star Trek (the Original Series), James Bond, the Beatles and the Stones. But if he had to he'd be able to subsist on Batman alone. Channel 11 in New York was his favorite syndicated channel as a kid -- you can guess why -- followed closely by Channel 5. Channel 9 didn't really enter into it unless he was home sick and there wasn't much else on. He's married to his remarkably patient wife Wendy and his best sidekick is his son, Sam. They have two cats,Lex and Zod.
Direct download: The_Batcave_Podcast_-_Episode_74.mp3
Category:The Adventures of Batman and Robin -- posted at: 4:22pm EDT