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Jeff Parker

Batman '66, Volume 1

Jeff Parker Batman '66 Volume 1
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Biographical note:

Jeff Parker is a Portland, Oregon based writer and comic book artist. He worked as a storyboard artist on the television cartoon "Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot," and has written a number of Marvel Comics titles including, X-Men: First Class, Agents of Atlas, and Thunderbolts. He is a member of Periscope Studio, originally from Burlington, North Carolina, and the son of a grocery store owner. His first exposure to comics came from reading comics on the store's spinner racks.

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Main description:

Put on your go-go boots and get ready to "Batusi" back to the Swingin' 60s as DC Comics reimagines the classic Batman TV series in comics form for the first time! These all-new stories portray The Caped Crusader, The Boy Wonder and their fiendish rogues gallery just the way viewers remember them.

Review quote:

"The campy, cool interpretation of the caped crusader from the ever-popular television show elicits all sorts of emotions from comic book readers: from embarrassment to pure joy..."—ComicBookResources

"Artist Jonathan Case gets the Riddler's manic energy right and his Batman and Robin are on the money."—New York Post

"Even if you aren't a fan of the classic TV show, you'll have a good time here. It's a blast from start to finish."—IGN

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