"Atomic batteries to power...turbines to speed." While Christopher Nolan's films have popularized a darker, grittier Batman, it's a good time to relaunch the 1960's tongue-in-cheek comedy/adventure series that featured Adam West as Billionaire Playboy Bruce Wayne/Batman and Burt Ward as Youthful Ward Dick Grayson/Robin. The world has become a darker place, but to Bruce Wayne and the citizens of Gotham City, it's like the swinging 60's never ended! Wayne resides at Stately Wayne Manor, with Faithful Butler Alfred, Youthful Ward Dick Grayson, and Grayson's doddering Maternal Aunt Harriet Cooper. As Batman and Robin, the Dynamic Duo is duly deputized ...
Clint Barton: Orphan at a young age, Circus performer, Criminal, Olympic archer, Hero using his bow and arrows against his former teacher, The Swordsman.
Carnage the alien symbiote that gave Eddie Brock the power of Venom spawned a child. This creature bonded to a deranged serial killer called Cletus Kasady, and the two began a blindly murderous path through New York City as the monstrous Carnage. Carnage was swiftly defeated, however, and his symbiotic suit was apparently destroyed. The insane Kasady was jailed at Ravencroft Asylum. However, his visit was short-lived as he revealed that the alien had mutated his blood, and he could generate a copy of the symbiote (this was later retconned so that the alien had survived, and bonded to his ...
A new group of heroes led by James Bond ban together to stop a evil ape general from eslaving all humanity
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