Holy accountancy Batman! The Boy Wonder really racked up a wholly impressive number of family-friendly expletives on the 1960s Batman TV series.
In this exclusive scene from the animated film, Batman and Robin make a discovery that's truly out of this world.
Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar will lend their voices to "Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders" this fall.
Adam West, Burt Ward and the rest of the "Batman" cast brought the caped crusader to television for the first time fifty years ago.
Seth Green and the rest of the "Robot Chicken" team talk "Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship," which debuts on Sunday.
The special will reunite "Batman '66" stars Adam West and Burt Ward and also feature Seth Green, Nathan Fillion, "Weird Al" Yankovic and more.
The dynamic duo from the "Batman '66" series will lend their voices to a new animated feature.
Warner Bros. has debuted a clip comparing an original episode of Batman with the newly restored version from next week's DVD and Blu-ray release.
Actor Burt Ward discusses his strange Robin audition for the 1960s "Batman" TV series with Adam West and injuries sustained on set.
TV's original Batman, Adam West, tells fans what extras they can expect on the long-awaited boxset. (Shark Repellant not included.)
Warner Bros. has released a teaser trailer for Batman: The Complete Television Series, with more details to be revealed July 24 at Comic-Con International.
Jeff Parker discussed his new DC Comics digital-first series "Batman '66" with CBR, promising both the Julie Newmar and Eartha Kitt versions of Catwoman will appear in the series with Killer Croc, Joker and more.
Warner Bros. continues to open up the '60s Batman TV series to collectibles by announcing partnerships with NECA, Funko, Mezco and Mattel.
News of a Mattel toy line based on the 1960s Batman television series suggests Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox have finally come to an agreement about the rights to the show. Can DVD collections be far behind?
Thanks to a deal struck between Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros. Consumer Products will now be able to produce products based on the iconic 60s Batman TV series. Can DVDs be far behind?