Wednesday, March 27, 2013

MY Podcast with Matt from cosmicbooknews on Batmannrobinonfilm

 Listen in we talk Justice leauge! fake fans like jett! why its better to go full on with justice leauge instead of halfass Worlds finest attempt Enjoy!

Sunday, March 24, 2013

THE AMAZING BOBBY CAUSEY LIFESIZE BATMAN ROBIN AND JOKER STATUES!

heres a clip showcasing and amazing sculpture artist Bobby causey who makes life like statues of batman robin joker and the batmobile! ENJOY!

Friday, March 22, 2013

WARNER BROS GOING ON a 60s BATMAN MERCHANDISING BLITZ THIS YEAR!

Warner Bros. Getting Ready To Merchandise The Heck Out Of The 1960s Batman TV Show
As a blitz of merchandise hits store shelves for "The Dark Knight Rises," Warner Bros. is turning to a campier source for a new Caped Crusader product: the 1960s "Batman" TV series.
For the first time in 40 years, Warner Bros. Consumer Products will be able to use the likeness of the show's stars, including Adam West, Burt Ward, Cesar Romero and Burgess Meredith, on everything from apparel to toys, home goods, publishing and promotions.

WBCP will introduce the new "Batman" product opportunities to potential partners and retailers at next week's Licensing Expo, running June 12-14 in Las Vegas. First products will launch in the spring.

Retailers had requested a larger merchandise line tied to the show over the years, but studio arm had previously been able to use only the series' logo, POW!-packed animated opening sequence and the Batmobile for product, not the actors, due to rights issues as the series was produced by 20th Century Fox. As a result, studio was limited to a small line of T-shirts and a die-cast Batmobile made by Mattel.

Studio began negotiating with Fox, West and the estates of the show's other thesps for the rights to their likenesses in August 2009. Batman is a DC Comics character.

Division is eager to exploit the "Batman" series, which aired on ABC from 1966-68, especially its colorful characters, gadgets like the Bat phone and Bat boat, and kitschy humor, an easier sell for retailers than the darker, more serious and gritty tone of Christopher Nolan's film trilogy.

Company is talking to department stores about carrying exclusive lines of "Batman" show merchandise, the way Bloomingdale's turned to its household brands like Marc Jacobs and Psycho Bunny to tap into the 75th anniversary of DC Comics.

"For the first time in over 40 years we will be able to offer fans a full merchandise program that captures the classic, kitschy look and feel of the original 'Batman' TV show," said Brad Globe, president of Warner Bros. Consumer Products. "This new licensing program allows our partners to take advantage of the characters, gadgets and humor that made the show a smash hit in its day and a perennial favorite decades later."

Warner Bros. also will promote "Man of Steel," the next two "Hobbit" films, "The Looney Tunes Show," "The Wizard of Oz," "Scooby-Doo" and "ThunderCats" TV shows at the Licensing Expo.

More Batman 60s Comicbook INFO!!


COMICS: Details And Teaser Art For BATMAN '66

Earlier on we revealed that DC are planning a new comic series based on the classic '60s Batman tv show, and now we have details on the creative team as well as lots of cool artwork and quotes from DC Pres Diane Nelson. Check it out after the jump.. 

Newsarama have revealed the details on DC's upcoming Batman '66 series. According to them the series will initially launch as a digital-first comic book in Summer 2013, and will be written by Jeff Parker with rotating artists - starting with Jonathan Case. Later the series will be collected in print. They are also debuting this groovy artwork from the series, giving us a look at Batman, Robin and all of the main villains from the show with only The Penguin conspicuous by his absence. Apparently The Riddler will be the first villain featured.











Says DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson:

“The juxtaposition of offering a retro BATMAN ’66 comic as a current and modern digital first title is fun. DC Entertainment is the most prolific producer of digital first comics and, as we work to create new and compelling content, this is a great way to also preserve the legacy of our characters. It’s exciting to roll out the new BATMAN ’66 comic as part of this bigger initiative with our Warner Bros Consumer Product partners.”



      


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