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Just Look at This Gorgeous Concept Art for the 1966 Batman Show

Batman ‘66 aesthetic is burned into the very fabric of pop culture—bright lights, bold colors, biffs, boffs, and kapows. But these recently resurfaced pieces of production art go behind the scenes in seeing how that aesthetic was eventually brought to life. Read more...
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