Batman is an American television series, based on the DC comic book character of the same name.The series starred Adam West as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Burt Ward as Robin/Dick Grayson.In their disguises as Batman and Robin respectively,the two crime fighters (also known as The Dynamic Duo) defend the citizens of Gotham City from the various criminals and supervillains of the city.The series aired on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network for three seasons from January 12, 1966 to March 14, 1968, and 120 episodes were produced in total.
Whilst Batman and Robin faced numerous criminals and supervillains in their war on crime, they would often come across certain master criminals more often than others.The following are examples:
1.Joker -- played by Cesar Romero
2.Riddler -- played by Frank Gorshin
3.Penguin -- played by Burgess Meredith
4.Catwoman -- played by Julie Newmar
5.Mad Hatter -- played by David Wayne
6.Egghead -- played by Vincent Price
7.King Tut -- played by Victor Buono
8.Zelda the Great -- played by Anne Baxter
9.Marsha, Queen of Diamonds -- played by Carolyn Jones
10.Louie the Lilac -- played by Milton Berle
11.Shame -- played by Cliff Robertson
***Note:Many of the villains that featured in this Batman TV series were INVENTED specifically for this series and are NOT part of the established Batman universe (or at least they were not at the time they debuted in this series).***
Kato:(During the big fight between Batman,Robin,Green Hornet,Kato, and Colonel Gum's Henchmen,Robin punches Kato sending him to Green Hornet) "It's a good thing those guys are on our side, even though they don't know it."
Robin:(after being hit by Kato,Robin stumbles into Batman) "It's a good thing those guys aren't in town every week."
Now you all know who Batman REALLY is.
Batman is quite possibly the greatest superhero ever created.
Batman is a great superhero because he has no lame superpowers like Superman or Spider-Man. Instead Batman is just a rich guy in a cool costume.
1. Normal ordinary man, originally the best super hero with no super powers, but can still fight crime and beat supervillians with just his fist and gadgets (i.e. shark repellant, suction boots etc.)
If a normal guy joined the justice league, Batman says, "He can't join, he doesn't have any super powers!!" Then superman would say to him, "Doesn't he Batman? Doesn't He? No Super Powers??"
A character created by Bob Kane. The story which was published by DC Comics was about Bruce Wayne, a millionaire mourning the loss of his parents. He would assert the indentity of Batman to avenge the injustice of their murder, by fighting crime in Gotham City.
He was eventually adapted to television through movies and his own animated series by Warner Bros. A parody starring Adam West as Batman has diluded some people about the real theme of the series.
"I am vengeance... I am the night... I am Batman."
(1) n. Created in the late 1930s, by Bob Kane, Batman's main goal was to be a "superhero who would sell as well as Superman."
Like Superman, he was given a tragic past and a reason to fight. But, unlike Superman, he has no powers of his own, and relies on theatrics and fear to get his message across. He dresses like a Bat to invoke fear in his enemies.
He has a network of associates known as the "Bat Family," which includes: Nightwing (Dick Grayson, the first Robin), Robin (Tim Drake), Oracle (Barbra Gordon, the first Batgirl), Batgirl (Cassandra Cain). Previously, he has taken Jason Todd and Stephine Brown under his wing, both as Robins (the second and fourth ones, respectively), and both were murdered.
Since his inception, Batman has appeared in comic books, cartoons, movies, plays, and various other media. He currently stars, and is featured, in various DC comic books.
also see: The Batman, The Dark Knight, Bruce Wayne, vengence, the night
(2) v. To suddenly appear or disappear without bringing attention to oneself, as Batman is known for doing.
(1) "Batman is probably the coolest superhero of all time."
(2) "I didn't even see her leave! She pulled a total Batman!"
When somebody enters or exits near you without you knowing they were their like how batman exits in the comic
-Holy sh*t, you just pulled a batman.
-Where did he go? he always does a batman
Hardass comic book character created by Bob Kane.
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Your innuendo isn't even funny.