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We’ve seen quite a bit of geek art inspired by Norman Rockwell’s Saturday Evening post covers. But a couple of months ago, Ruiz Burgos released one of the biggest and best collections of Rockwell-inspired art for a series he seems keen on continuing. His latest piece stays within the DC universe and features Catwoman being busted in the middle of a jewelry heist. I’m about 90% sure that Burgos modeled Selina Kyle on Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. And I’m 100% sure he modeled the Police Officer on Stafford Repp, who played Chief O'Hara on the ‘60s Batman series. The extra assuredness comes from the fact that you can see the name O’Hara underneath his badge.
I hope Burgos takes on some Marvel characters in the future. He's done a fantastic job with all of the DC heroes and villains so far.
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- Eli Reyes
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will officially unveil the details of its highly-anticipated November 2014 release of "Batman: The Complete Television Series" at a Comic-Con International panel -- featuring special guests Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar -- on Thursday, July 24 from 6:00-7:00pm in Hall H. Starring Adam West, Burt Ward, Cesar Romero, Burgess Meredith, Frank Gorshin, John Astin, Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt, Alan Napier, Neil Hamilton, Stafford Repp, Madge Blake and Yvonne Craig with special guest appearances by George Sanders, Otto Preminger, Victor Buono, David Wayne, Eli Wallach, Cliff Robertson, Carolyn Jones, Milton Berle and Vincent Price, 1960s series was known for its comic camp, upbeat theme music and overt moral lessons geared towards children. The actors »
- Pietro Filipponi
Conan O'Brien, whose show Conan is shot on the Warner Bros. lot, announced today that Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release the original 1966 Batman series on DVD later this year. Take a look at the late-night talk show host's tweet, which includes a photo of him with the original Batmobile.
— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) January 15, 2014
Although it isn't the most conventional way to announce a highly-anticipated DVD set like this, Conan O'Brien does have somewhat of a history with the legendary franchise. He lent his voice to talk show host David Endocrine in the animated adventure Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 last year.
3 items from 2014
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