Here's your first look at Robin's live-action costume for Titans
While we’ve had something like ten different movies starring the Dark Knight himself, it’s usually been a solo affair. The other part of the Dynamic Duo, Robin, has suited up only for a minority of those outings. It’s with that in mind, then that we’re super stoked to see what he looks like for DC’s upcoming Titans show. The comic company has released the first image, and
Robin was the alias of Batman's crime-fighting partner, Dick Grayson. 1 Biography 1.1 Batman Forever 1.2 Batman & Robin 2 Appearances 3 Behind the Scenes 3.1 Trivia 4 Gallery 5 References Dick was the youngest son of John and Mary. They were a team of acrobats who were called The Flying Graysons who worked in a circus along with his elder brother, Mitch. They went all across the world with the rest of the circus with their astounding acts. While they were on tour in Gotham City, the Flying…
Batman and Robin - Chris O'Donnell
Final Dimensions (width x height): 27" x 41" This is an authentic original movie poster not a reprint or reproduction Original movie posters are printed in limited quantities and are intended for display in movie theaters While these posters may show some signs of wear they are considered collectable and generally hold or increase their value over time Item #7148161
The third Warner Brothers Batman movie was released in 1995; Batman Forever. Joel Schumacher was the new director, and created a very different film from his predecessor. One of the changes was a new Batmobile, designed by Barbara Ling. Ling wanted to have a more organic aesthetic, and so designed a car that looked like it actually had ribs and wings. To accentuate the intricate lines of the car, the engine panels, wheels, and undercarriage were indirectly lit so that they appeared to…
Dutch postcard by Vita Nova, Schiedam, nr. 8/10/49 9. Photo: National Periodical Publications Inc. Publicity still for the 20th Century-Fox Film Batman (1966). The following weeks we interrupt posting vintage pin-up cards to continue with vintage postcards of our favourite TV heroes. At the beginning of 1966 everything turned Batman. The TV show dominated television, merchandising - an advertisement for the show even made it to the Super Bowl! The show even was made into a theatrically…
BATMAN '66, Vol 1,Adam West TV Television series,Catwoman,Joker,DC Comics,Trade Paperback Graphic Novel Collection
BATMAN '66 Vol 1 By Jeff Parker,Jonathan Case, Ty Templeton, Joe Quinones, Sandy Jarrell, Ruben Procopio, Colleen Coovereach Publisher: DC Comics CAN the Caped Crusader unravel the Riddler's latest ruse? WILL Catwoman, that feline queen of crime, sink her claws into our heroes? HAVE the Dynamic Duo met their match in t
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Batman / Gotham City's Dark Knight | Topps #19 | Movie Trading Card | 1989 | Michael Keaton
Item Description Name Batman Title Gotham City's Dark Knight Format Movie Trading Card Card Company and Number Topps #19 Size 2½" X 3½" Country of Origin United States Year of Issue 1989 Condition of Item M- (Near Mint) Notes Michael Keaton as "Batman"
Batman / Darknight Detective | Topps #2 | Movie Trading Card | 1989 | Michael Keaton
Item Description Name Batman Title Darknight Detective Format Movie Trading Card Card Company and Number Topps #2 Size 2½" X 3½" Country of Origin United States Year of Issue 1989 Condition of Item M- (Near Mint) Notes Michael Keaton as "Batman"
Batman & Robin
Burt Ward and Adam West
Batman TV series © 20th Century Fox Batman TV series © 20th Century Fox www.imdb.com/title/tt0059968/ Batman (1966) TV series 1966-1968 Adam West... Batman / ... (120 episodes, 1966-1968) Burt Ward... Dick Grayson / ... (120 episodes, 1966-1968) Neil Hamilton... Police Commissioner James Gordon / ... (120 episodes, 1966-1968) Stafford Repp... Police Chief O'Hara (117 episodes, 1966-1968) Alan Napier... Alfred Pennyworth / ... (111 episodes, 1966-1968) William Dozier... Narrator / ... (109…
Batman was an alter-ego and personality deviation of Bruce Wayne, who was formed in response to the sudden and brutal murder of his parents when he was ten years old. A dark, and brooding crimefighter, Batman saw himself as the protector of Gotham City, who aimed to clean up the city's crime and corruption while he brought its criminals to justice by any means necessary.