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Producer William Dozier and head writer Lorenzo Semple, Jr.With its intentionally absurd writing (particularly Batman's array of gadgets, which seemed large enough to cater for any given situation — the legendary Shark-Repellent Batspray comes to mind) and shonky production values, this was more like a televised pantomime/vaudeville/burlesque than anything resembling portrayals of superheroes in modern day media.In 2013, DC announced , adapted by Len Wein from a rejected Harlan Ellison treatment, also features the first appearance of Two-Face in this continuity.
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This is the campy, colorful, comedic adaptation of the titular comic book character, produced for ABC from 1966 to 1968; it featured Batman (played by Adam West) and Robin (played by Burt Ward) foiling daffy and innocuous criminals via detective work and slow fist-fights which were punctuated by large comic-style POW! The result was an instant smash hit in 1966 that appealed to both kids and adults: children tuned in for the superhero adventures, while adults caught the jokes and satirical humor.
were assigned to create a Batman TV series; not being big fans of the comics, they hit on the idea of lampshading and parodying the over-the-top tropes of comics and the square humorlessness of superheroes.