THE JOKER is the Clown Prince of Crime and the Caped Crusader’s most formidable foe — but is this perverse Pagliacci low-down enough to commit the ultimate corporate crime and downsize his own gang?
KING TUT is the felonious pharaoh who means to make Gotham City into his own modern-day jewel on the Nile — but will a sinister spell allow him to travel through time and rule over the real thing?
THE RIDDLER is the malevolent master of mind-teasers — but will his latest query-filled crime spree distract Robin, the Boy Wonder, from the dirty deeds of Gotham’s newest criminal... Bruce Wayne?
Tune in — er, read on — for the answers in BATMAN ’66 VOL. 2, collecting brand-new tales of the Dynamic Duo in the style of the smash-hit TV series from the swingin’ ’60s!
Written by Jeff Parker and Tom Peyer, this titanic tome features astonishing art from such towering talents as Ty Templeton, Ted Naifeh, Rubén Procopio, Chris Sprouse, Joëlle Jones and many more!
From the Hardcover edition.
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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.Review:
"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."—Comic Book Resources
"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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