Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry for August 12, 2022

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    kingdiamond69  4 months ago

    Adam West and then Michael Keaton the worse Ben Affleck.

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    Baarorso  4 months ago

    Surprisingly I grew up on the Adam West Batman but now am divided on who’s the best modern one-Michael Keaton or Christian Bale. ;D

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    Jayalexander  4 months ago

    With these guys in charge Trivial Pursuit’s got a new champ in the making. However, a complete wash out in math, science and history.

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    Chithing Premium Member 4 months ago

    I’ve always been partial to the Christian Bale version. Adam West always looked like a disguised ballet dancer gone to seed, although when it first came out I was young enough to enjoy it.

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    Zeno2099  4 months ago

    And Mark Hamill played the best Joker.

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    oakie817  4 months ago

    holey true statements, Batman!

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    oakie817  4 months ago

    when Adam West arrived in Heaven, the Batman theme was playing, and the Bat-Signal was in Heaven’s skies

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    fritzoid Premium Member 4 months ago

    And how come Batman doesn’t dance anymore?!?

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    tdl3366  4 months ago

    I hated Adam West as young comic book fan, I found that portrayal awful. I learned to appreciate it’s campiness as I got older, but it’ll never be my favorite. I’ll take Bale or Pattinson any day of the week.

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    Csaw Backnforth  4 months ago

    And now cue “who’s the best Catwoman.” I liked Julie Newmar the best, followed by Lee Meriwether. Didn’t see Eartha Kitt too often but she would be my third choice. Never saw any of the Batman movies so wouldn’t be rating the movie versions of the character.

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    Ellis97  4 months ago

    Snacking and slacking. My favorite words.

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    Jefano Premium Member 4 months ago

    I want to say Lewis Wilson, the original film Batman from 1943, but I guess my only honest answer would be Michael Keaton; I haven’t seen (or been tempted to see) any live-action Batman since then.

    Hold on — if Zeno2099 can vote Mark Hamill for best Joker, then I vote Kevin Conroy as best Batman. He was terrific.

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    banjoAhhh!   4 months ago

    Yes, Adam West! The TV show approached Batman the way it should be shown…as a cartoon.

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    wjbillthompson  4 months ago

    Pattinson is the absolute WORST!!

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    Stephen Gilberg  4 months ago

    Nice to see Verne and RJ readily agree on something besides humans sucking.

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    Corpse Horn Light Premium Member 4 months ago

    I thought the Adam West “Batman” TV show was abominably, abysmally, PAINFULLY STUPID— when I was FOUR YEARS OLD! (I’m 57, now.) Pattinson has been the best Batman, followed by Keaton, Bale and Affleck. After that… it really doesn’t matter.

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    NoSleepTil_BKLYN  4 months ago

    I’m all in on Adam West! (& Caesar Romero was the scariest Joker!)

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    crazeekatlady  4 months ago

    No one can touch Adam West as the Best Batman Ever!!!!

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    felinefan55 Premium Member 4 months ago

    I loved Adam West’s ability to not take himself seriously. He did a few skits on “Politically Incorrect”. The one I remember most was Adam and Christopher Reid (from Kid n play) playing cops who are fixing to bust into a men’s restroom to arrest the guy in their. This was when Larry “wide stance” Craig was arrested for solicitation at the airport in Florida. My favorite thing Adam did was “Family Guy” playing the mayor. He was always just “there”. He had one-off lines that were always funny.

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