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  • Adam West, TV's Batman, has died

    he was 88.

    Godspeed, Old Chum.

    Last edited by Kreuzritter; 06-10-2017, 09:05 AM.

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    Re: Adam West, TV's Batman, has died

    Has the Batman '66 animated movie already been released, or is that still in the works?
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      Re: Adam West, TV's Batman, has died

      return of the caped crusaders has been out for a while, yes

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        Damn. I was hoping they'd be able to put a dedication to the fellow on it.

        Ah well. He was probably in a lot of pain for a long while.
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          Re: Adam West, TV's Batman, has died

          Farewell good sir, you will be remembered well.

          As someone far more wise than I has said, you played the Dark Knight in his brightest hour.

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            Re: Adam West, TV's Batman, has died

            I met him at the only San Diego Comic Con I ever went to. He was really nice. And very pleased by how much that TV series meant to me as a child.

            An absolute class act. Which the world feels a bit smaller without.

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            • #7
              Re: Adam West, TV's Batman, has died

              Holy wholly winsome,
              Sang a robin on a lark.
              Always keep in mind, chum,
              Not every knight is dark.

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                Re: Adam West, TV's Batman, has died

                Originally posted by Darrin Kelley View Post
                I met him at the only San Diego Comic Con I ever went to. He was really nice Regroupement de crédit immo. And very pleased by how much that TV series meant to me as a child.

                An absolute class act. Which the world feels a bit smaller without.
                It was a big loss, but I'm sure you can always find a replacement. Marvel for example.

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