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Todays letters 06/30/09
Reply #15 - 06/30/09 at 9:19pm
 
Dear Batman,

   I would like to join you and Robin.
   I could go with you and help you catch crooks.
   I could be with you all the time, but I have to be home at 5 for my bath.

Love,
Joyce W.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Dear Batman,

   I only have one question. Are you for real?

Sincerely,
Paul D.
Muncie, Indiana

Dear Batman,

   I like the January Batman comic book. Can you answer your own riddle? When does ten added to ted equal ten? Answer-- by putting on gloves! Ten gloved fingers added to ten human fingers still equal ten fingers.
   I don't want you to print this below, please.
   I want to ask Batman and Robin to send me 2 suits, please.  We got a Batman Club and I'm Batman.  Billy Reeves is Robin, Michael Fredericks is Batman Jr., Vincent Crimmins is Robin Jr.  Also I want the utility belts, please. We're (all 4) poor but we'll pay $2.09 for all the stuff.  And a bat computer and crime stopper.

Lewis Q.
Albany, New York

Dear Batman,

   Batman No. 180 was worth a million dollars! I loved the whole idea particularly death man driving around in an armored hearse, and the way he killed the policeman so ruthlessly, I also loved the way Batman--or fate overcame him.  I liked the way death man was so confident to escape when he was sentenced to the electric chair.  What I thought was really excellent about him was the way he followed his name and was a master of that Yogi trick when he would stop breathing pulse gone heartbeat gone but still secretly be alive.  Just 2 things--you should have shown who death man was--and when Batman got shot why wasn't there blood?
   Please bring back mirror man (he's my favorite!) Make the riddler escape the law by way of manholes more often, and make his riddles hard. Another thing--in Batman 170--I think it was 170--oh well--well, Batman said that he and Robin were wearing bullet proof suits--But why don't they wear it all the time?
   My congratulations for giving Elongated man a new costume! Keep up the wonderful work!

Frank B.
Birmingham, Alabama

Dear Batman,

   I am a loyal television fan and I would like to know if you have ever been to Peyton Place?

Love,
Amy G.
Los Angeles, Calif.

Dear Batman,

   If you want my opinion you should send Robin to school.
   A boy of his age has no business running around after crooks.  Let him learn how to read and write. Nobody likes a dopey kid--even if he is a boy wonder.

Sincerely,
Manuel P.
Jackson, Miss.

Dear Batman,

  I have seen your show on television six times and what I would like to know is it a comedy or a drama?

Yours truly,
Jack F.
Atlanta, Ga.

Dear Batman,

   Don't you think you should give the Joker a second chance?
   Everybody gets a second chance except kids.

A friend,
Nashville, Tenn.
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Reply #16 - 07/01/09 at 11:42am
 
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Todays letters 07/01/09
Reply #17 - 07/02/09 at 3:00am
 
Dear Batman,

   I have a terrific idea.
   Why don't you use my dog Spot as a watch dog?
   Spot is a very smart dog and he hates crooks and cats.

Yours very truly,
Noel J.
Indianapolis, Ind.

Dear Batman,

   Do you think that you could arrange for a date between Robin the boy wonder and Gladys, the girl marvel? 
   I happen to be Gladys, the girl marvel.

Love,
Gladys G.
Cleveland, Ohio

Hello Mr. Batman,

   When I watch your program on television and you fight the bad men like the Joker or Mr. Freeze I shout and cheer for you.
   I yell "Go get him Batman," then I bang on my TV set. 
   Last night I almost broke the screen.  My mother got pretty mad, but she doesn't understand because she only likes Lawrence Welk.

Forever a Batman fan,
Jeffrey W.
Dallas, Tex.

Dear Batman,

   I have been reading a Batman comic book.  It called Death Knock Three times.  It is about a man dress as a skeleton.  The fist page is about Batman is fight the skeleton and Robin falling into a grave.  And there are people talking together.  Then the skeleton robs the people, then a lady faint, then Batman and Robin go into a room and they dress as Batman and Robin.  Then they started fighting, then Batman gets shot, then they go back home. 
   Don't you think I have a good memory?

Your fan,
Hilton G.
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania

Dear Batman,

   I am an amateur fortune teller and I have just looked into your future.
   I have consulted my crystal ball and I must tell you to beware of the month of December.  You will have bad luck in December. Also, January, March, April, June, August, October and November.  All the other months look okay so far.
   I will consult my crystal ball again tonight.

Sincerely,
Harry L.
NYC

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Todays letters 07/02/09
Reply #18 - 07/03/09 at 12:12am
 
Dear Batman,

   Wow! What a story! What a cover! What art!  Batman no. 180 was the greatest, by far.
   There two things I liked best about the particular issue.
1.   On the splash page, the Batman "insignia" was super-imposed over the colorful art, rather than being placed over a black background.  This might seem like a nutty thing to point out, but it signified a change.
2.   Batman got shot!  It might seem morbid of me to thank you for this incident, but it seems unlikely that the Cowled Crusader would go through every single adventure without getting hurt.  He had to get shot sometime, and this was as good a time as any.

Sincerely,
Mark P.
St. Louis , Missouri

Dear Batman,

   Why don't you stop hanging around with that kid Robin?
   A grown man like you should hang around with people his own age.
   I don't care if he is a boy wonder---he still belong with the boy scouts.

Sincerely,
Alex M.
Albany, N.Y.


Dear Batman,

   Last night I dreamed that Batman was on television five nights a week.
   I told my mother about my dream and she said that it wasn't a dream---it was a nightmare.

Your fan,
Robert H.
Baldwin, L. I.


Dear Batman,

   I like the comic book. "The Monarch of Menace" almost better than any other issue this year.  I wrote a Bat-poem for you to write.  Please no changes in Detective comics! Please!

Batpoem


Man listen to the batmobile's tires on the street, And the song to his program listen to that beat.

Joker, Riddler, Mr. Freeze, and Zelda the great
To bad for their terrible, terrible fate.

The Joker's machine with three lemons in a row,
Will put Batman and Robin electric from head to toe.

With Alfred at home and Robin at school,
There's hardly anything left of the "Dynamic Duo"!

The Commisoner is worried and likewise is the chief,
They all hope the crimmanals will turn over a new leaf. (on Life)

Batman and Robin catch all the Raiders
Everyone knows of these "Caped Crusaders."
(Batman and Robin)

Dick S.
Fresno, California


Dear Batman,

   I love your show.  I like you too.  I think your Batmobile is great.  I wish I were in your show.  I have a lot of dreams about you.  You get to meet a lot of girls.  They faint in your arms and everything.  I wish I were your little girl.  Why don't you have any children on your show?  I wish I were in your show.  Then yoiu'd save me.

Love,
Susan C.
Manhasset, Long Island


Dear Batman,

   Could you please tell me what happens to Robin--the boy wonder---when he grows up.
  Will he become Robin---the man wonder?

A curious fan,
Howie W.
Mount Vernon, N.Y.

Dear Batman,

   I am a real tried and true Batman fan.
   As a real friend and true Batman fan I would give anything to have a lock of your hair for my scrapbook.
   Also, I would like a lock of Robin's hair and Alfred, you butler.
   Please tell me which lock of hair goes with which person because it is hard to tell when the hair isn't on the persons head.

Your fan,
Max J.
Dallas, Tx

Dear Batman,

   Do you know Superman?
   He is a big hero like you except he can fly.

Love,
Susan P.
Madison, Wisconsin

Dear Batman,

   You have everything.  Money, good looks, a big house with a butler---so please let me have Robin.
   I'm nuts about him.

Love,
Sharon C.
Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Reply #19 - 07/03/09 at 2:11am
 
Bill_S.C. wrote on 06/29/09 at 11:11pm:
Dear Batman,

Here are the names of the big crooks in the Bronx.Get them!

1) Jerry Feldman
2) Mike Harris
3) Stanley Wolf
4) David Paris
5) Paul Hyman
They are all in my class.

Your friend,
Howard W.
Bronx, N.Y.


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Todays letters 07/03/09
Reply #20 - 07/03/09 at 10:57am
 
Dear Batman,

Roses are Red
Violets are Blue
Superman is a square
Next to Robin and you!

With love from
Susan G.
Baldwin, L.I.

Dear Batman,

   My heart used to belong to the Beatles, but now my heart belongs to you dear Batman and the name Beatles will never cross my lips again for as long as I live.
   From now on it is Batman, Batman yeh yeh yeh!

Love from
Debbie B.
Buffalo, N.Y.


Dear Batman,

   I am Peter. I am 6.  Please send me a Batman suit to wear to church.

Love,
Peter
Atlanta, Ga.


Dear Batman,

You sure look keen in your mask and cape.  Now if you only had a Beatle haircut you would be the most beautiful man in the whole wide world.

Love,
Sherry P.
Baltimore. Maryland


Dear Batman,

   Issue 177 of Batman was gr-r-r-reat.  The first feature was sort of an example of "Cold War."  And the idea about elongated man and The Atom in those costumes was a great twist.  But, to top that all off was at the end.  This was a great example of Batman's greatest power, his great mind.  The finding of the places of the hiding gems was pure genius. The second feature , the Art Gallery of Rogues showed another great power of the Batman, his above average strength, fighting mind.  It had good plot and endangered Batman's secret identity.
   I also wrote to tell you I'm starting a Batman Fan Club. I'm going to get books on the manly art of self defense and teach that to my members.  I am going to get pictures of Batman from you and the local T.V. station that shows his adventures.  So I am asking you please give me one picture or three of Batman & possibly Robin.

A very good fan,
Charles B.
Gainesville, Georgia

P.S. Any readers who are interested drop a card to:
2657 Richmond Drive, Gainesville Georgia


Dear Batman,

   Ever since your program went on television, my son Barry, who is 5, insists on watching every Batman program. 
   He gets so excited watching Batman on TV that I have a difficult time getting him to bed when the program is finished.
   If it isn't too much trouble could you just once, at the end of the show say, "And now it is time for Barry Strauss to brush his teeth and go to sleep."
   It would be a big help.

A grateful parent,
Mrs. James S.
Chicago


Dear Batman,

   You are my second favorite hero in the whole world.
   My first favorite is Mary Poppins.

Love,
Cora W.
Houston, Tx.


Dear Batman,

   How strong do you have to be to be a Batman?
   I can do 30 pushups, 20 situps, 25 deep-knee bends, and 30 chinups.
   I also can beat my kid sister at the Indian-leg wrestle.
  Is that strong enough?

Your pal,
Rex J.
New Orleans

Dear Batman,

   I have read 1,249 Batman comics.
   I am the Batman expert in my school.  Maybe the whole country.

Your loyal fan,
Ralph G.
Woodside, L.I.


Dear Batman,

   The comic I liked best is where they tried to turn you into the Human Punching Bag.
   The reason I liked it best is because that is what my brother is always trying to do to me.

A fan,
Jay B.
NYC


Dear Batman,

   Hooray! What do I mean? I mean those great comics you've been putting out.  They're great!!!  Wowee! Gosh! Where did you ever get such talented artists.  I would have wrote sooner but you know how it is.  Well, as I've always been saying to my friends.  If you don't buy Batman comics I'm gonna punch you in the nose. And guess what? Here I am home with an ice pack on my eye.  But listen you guys, I'm not kidding around.  Your comics are great. I also get a kick out of Batman on T.V. Its a really cool show.  I watch it all the time. Oh! Oh! Batman's on T.V. now, Gotta run.  Whoops, forgot to say goodbye.  Goodbye, so long, be seeing you.

Speedily signed by,
(who else)
Thomas J. (isn't it a nice name?)
Waukegan, Illinois

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Todays letters 07/04/09
Reply #23 - 07/04/09 at 1:36pm
 
I'm glad you're continuing to enjoy these letters. A Happy 4th of July to all.

Dear Batman,

   I read about the Getaway Genius in one of your
   comic books.
   I would like to meet him.
   Maybe he can help me escape from this school.

Your fan,
Jeffrey P.
Raleigh, N.C.


Dear Batman,

   Please send me a Batman button.
   The only button I have says vote for Goldwater.

Your fan,
Jeffrey J.


Dear Batman,
   If you ever have any trouble again with the terrible
trio--the Fox--the Shark--and the Vulture, please call us--  The Rock--The Champ--and Muscles.
  Jimmy is The Rock. Paul is The Champ and Rodger is Muscles.
  We are the terrific three of 125th Steet.

Your fan,
The Terrific Three
NYC


Dear Batman,

   I envy you.
   You, the Joker, the Penguin, Mr. Freeze, Mr. Zero,
and the Catwoman.
   You get to meet all the great people.

Sincerely,
Marge B.
Reading, Pa.


Dear Batman,

   Why do you and Robin always tell jokes when you are fighting?
   What's so funny about beating up a bunch of crooks?

Sincerely,
Jimmy P.
Dallas, Texas


Dear Batman,

   I just love to hear Robin say "HOLY BIRTHDAY CAKE" OR "HOLY POTATO SALAD."
   They are my favorite words in the whole world.

Love,
Susan W.
Cleveland, Ohio


Dear Batman,

   I would like to have a costume of the Mad Hatter
with moustache.  I want the part of his hat with the eyes that pop out of the hat, too.
   It is the most beautiful costume in the world.

Love,
Agnes W.
Seattle, Wash.


Dear Batman,

   I would like to ask you a serious question.
   Are all crooks rat finks?

Yours truly,
Mike G.
Boston, Mass.

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Todays letters 07/05/09
Reply #24 - 07/05/09 at 1:02pm
 
Dear Batman,

   1. I wish that you wouldn't have Robin act like a baby in the Batman shows.  For example: everytime something exciting comes up, Robin says for example: "HOLY BIRTHDAY CAKE!" or "HOLY, HOLY, HOLY," something.
   2. And I'll bet you WON'T PRINT THIS LETTER.

Sincerely,
Alan K.
Albany, California


Dear Batman,

   I never miss you show on television.
   What I like best about your TV show is the commercials.

Best wishes,
Mark S.
Freeport, L.I.


Dear Batman,
   
   My girlfriend Sandy and I are crazy about you.
   Last night Sandy and I flipped a coin and I got you and Sandy got Robin.
   Boy is Sandy mad.  Who wants a kid.

Love Diane P.
Indianoplis , Ind.


Dear Batman,

   In school part of my class is putting on a Batman play.  I play the part of Robin, boy wonder.  In this play, the robber is the Riddler.  On the Batman show, Robin always say Holy something.  The Riddler give us riddles.  But in the play we can only think of one riddle and a few Holy somethings.  Could you please send me some Holy somethings and some riddles.  My address is 22134 Fremont Street, San Diego, California.

Yours truly,
Leonard M.


Dear Batman,

   I love your 80 page giants.  I like the one that had the Joker's utility belt in it.
   And I like the Sunday Newspaper Syndicated Story, which was the Catwoman.  I also liked the Ice Crimes of Mr. Zero, the Fox, Shark, and Vulture.  I liked the Penguin, the Caveman, and the Calendarman.  I also have Issue number 6, which was mystery cases.  I liked Murder at Mystery Castle, Gotham City Safari, Mystery of the Sky Museum, The Four Batmen, Creature  from the Green Lagoon, Map of Mystery, The Danger Club, and Doom in Dinosaur Hall.  I have Issue number 5.  The Strange Lives of Batman and Robin.  Which had The Power that doomed Batman, The Merman Batman, Rip Van Batman, The Zebra Batman, The Grown-up Boy Wonder, The Phantom Batman, The Giant Batman, and the Bewitched Batman. I have the two additions of the Blockbuster.  I have the first Batman and Superman annual.

Your friend,
Harry W.
San Francisco, California

P.S.   I love the show Batman. I have three Batman records and I have a Batman tea shirt.


Dear Batman,

   Don't worry about a thing. Stevie Howard is on your side.  And when Stevie Howard gets behind something it can't fail. Just ask any of Stevie Howard's friends.  They think he is the greatest.

Sincerely,
Stevie Howard
Akron, Ohio


Dear Batman,

   You are my idol.  I would give anything to spend one hour with you in person.
   If you can't spend an hour how about a half-hour?
   If that is too much time, how about fifteen minutes?
   I would even be happy with five minutes.

Your fan,
Jerry K.
NYC

P.S. One minute would be okay.


Dear Batman,

   I love you! I love you! I love you! I love you! Ditto! Ditto! Ditto! I love you! I love you!
   I would have written I love you 100 times except I am running out of ink, but you get the message.

Love
Denise H.
Oakland, California

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Todays letters 07/06/09
Reply #25 - 07/06/09 at 7:21pm
 
Dear Batman,

   I named my new parakeet, Batman.
   Now I am the only one on my block with a Bat-bird.

Your fan,
Stanley J.
Bronkx, N.Y.


Dear Batman,

   Please write me the story of you life from the beginning.
   Tell me everything, but leave out the dull parts.

Yours truly,
Zeke J.
Racine, Wisconsin


Dear Batman,

   Are you:
   1. Married
   2. Single
   3. Available
   If you answer is #1, don't bother to answer this letter.

Sincerely,
Gilda K.
Gainesville, Ga.


Dear Batman,
   
   Did you ever stop to think why a rich handsome man like you isn't married?
   Well, I'll tell you why.  It's because no girl wants a wise kid hanging around all the time.
   Get smart, Batman.  If you don't tell that Robin to get lost you may be a bachelor forever.

Sincerely,
Terry W.
Akron, Ohio


Dear Batman,

   How come you don't use a machine gun or rifle or hand grenade or tear gas?
   If you ever came up against a real tough criminal like Dillinger you would be out of luck with the kid stuff you use now.

Yours truly,
Hans J.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Dear Batman,

   What were you before you were a Batman?
   Were you a boy wonder?

A fan,
Rufus L.
Trenton, New Jersey


Dear Batman,

   We would like to invite Robin, the boy wonder to join our Boy Scout troop.
   The reason we would like him to join is that we don't have any boy wonders in our scout troop, only eagle scouts.

Sincerely,
Charles B.
Scout Troop 698
Cleveland, Ohio


Dear Batman,

   You are better looking in the comic books than you are on TV.
   I think you better get a new makeup man.

Love,
Shirley J.
Detroit, Mich.


Dear Batman,
   
   My name is Betsy Erlich.
   I am 7 and I have been a Batman fan ever since I was a kid.

Love,
Betsy
Dayton, Ohio


Dear Batman,

   Please answer the following  questions for me:
   height______________________________
   weight______________________________
   shoe size____________________________
   hat size_____________________________
   shirt size____________________________
   arm length___________________________
   leg length____________________________
   color of eyes__________________________
   color of hair___________________________
   Thank you very much. I need this information for my file of important facts about famous Americans.

Sincerely,
Rita W.
Wallingford, Conn.

 


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Todays letters 07/07/09
Reply #26 - 07/07/09 at 8:22pm
 
Dear Batman,

   Be a sport and lend me you Batmobile tomorrow night. 
   I promise I would take my girl to the drive-in movie, buy my father won't lend me his car.

Thanks pal,
Jimmy A.
Cleveland


Dear Batman,

   You have given great joy to the world and you have enriched all our lives like Shakespeare, Beethoven, and Jonah Salk.

Sincerely,
Agnes D.
Mobile, Alabama


To Batman,

   If you ever have any trouble call Jerry, Pinky, Pete, and Ralph at 682-9678.
   We are raring to go and we are strong as ox.
   (The Ape)     Jerry   6ft.  2      210 pounds
   (The Tiger!)  Pinky   6ft.  1      220 pounds
   (The Lion!)   Pete    5ft.  11    190 pounds
   (The Fox!)   Ralph   5ft   5      135 pounds
   Ralph isn't so strong, but he is a fast runner.

Your pals,
Jerry, Pinky, Pete, Ralph
San Francisco


Dear Batman,

   Send me Joker's picture and don't make it scary.

Your fan,
Herbie J.
Eastville, Virginia


Dear Batman,

   My girlfriend and I put together a dynamic duo club. We have such things as a 2-way bat-radio, batarang, Batman comic book, bat-library and a bat-code.
   You might even say we are real batty.

Love,
Debbie and Joan
Carmel Valley, Calif.


Dear Batman,

   I would like one of everything that has the word Batman on it.

Your fan,
Gloria G.
Reading, Pa.


Dear Batman,

   Would you be so kind as to send me a complete Batman costume and send me the bill for materials.  And on my honor as a citizen of the United States that I will pay you back as soon as I get the money.
   United States citizens never lie!

Yours truly,
Joey L.
Phoenix, Arizona


Dear Batman,

   I enjoy your show very much.  I like the Batmobile and Robin.  Why don't you have a Batwoman or Batgirl?
   Is Batman against girls?

Love,
Susan W.
NYC


Dear Batman,

   I have just finished "the Titanic Terror that Haunts Batman."  It is one of the best stories I ever read.  The no. of the comic is 349.  I like the part when Batman knocked the titanic terror with one punch.
   Please write me and tell me when you will knock out somebody else with one punch.  I love it.

Your pal,
Peter W.
Montreal, Cananda


Dear Batman,

   I love the Batman show on TV.  My mother thinks they're fakes.

Betsy R.
Atlanta






   
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Todays letters 07/08/09
Reply #27 - 07/08/09 at 10:09am
 
Dear Batman,

   I have 5 Batman comics.  They are, Batman Killed, Justice League America, Batman versus Elipso, Batman with Robin the Wonder Boy, Batman and Robin Batty.
   I like to read the Batman comics over and over, I read Batman and Robin Batty 42 times.

Forever your fan,
Charles H.
Chicago


Dear Batman,

   Quick, send me a Bat rope.
   I am planning my escape from this place.

Love,
Rita J.
NYC

P.S. My mother and father don't know yet. Top Secret!


Dear Batman,

   I have 1,000 box tops from cereals, cookies, toothpaste, crackers, soaps, ice cream.
   Please tell me what box tops I use for a Batman picture.

Thank you,
Dorothy I.
Reading, Pa.


Hi Mr. Batman,

   Mickey, Louis and I are having a fan club about you.
   WE have a big tree and behind  it we have a dirt mound and every day when we start our fan club meeting we run and jump in the dirt mound and say "Times up Riddler."
   Our fan club meetings are a riot.

Your fan friend,
Harry W.
Brooklyn, NY


Dear Batman,

   My friend and I would like to ask you a question.
   How come Mr. Freeze never gets cold?

Love,
Susie W.
Glendale Heights, Ill.


Dear Batman,

   I love you.  I have some things made about Batman in the list below:
   2 Model Batmobiles (with a model TV and tape recorder)
   1 Batman suit
   1 Batman record
   1 Model of Batman
   6 Drawings and pictures of Batman and Robin
   1 Model of the Bat Cave
   1 Bat Ring
   1 Bat Pen
   1 Batzooka
   1 Bat's cape
   and I watch Batman every week on television (I never miss it) adn I have about 100 Batman comics. Holy cow, I bet I'm the best Batman fan in the world.

Jerry L.
NYC


Dear Batman,

   I have color TV.  You sure look great in color.  You are handsome in black and white but in color TV you are absolutely beautiful.

Love,
Karen M.
Muncie, Indiana


Dear Batman and Robin,

   My brother John, my friend Leonard, and me always play Batman.  I am Batman, my friend is Robin and my brother is Alfred the butler.
   My brother always wants to play Batman or Robin, but we don't let him because he is our servant.

Your fan,
Mark C.
Dorchester, Mass.


Dear Batman,

   Do you think you could make little rubber people of Batman and Robin.
   I like rubber people better than real people.

Sincerely,
Robert W.
Newark, N. J.


Dear Batman,

   Please send me pictures of the Riddler, the Joker and your other enemies.
   I want to stick pins in them.

Your fan,
Tom C.
Huntington, N.Y.
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Reply #28 - 07/09/09 at 10:28pm
 
Dear Batman,

   I watch you all the time on TV.  I like it on TV when the program is over and then they say "Are Batman and Robin goin to die?  Tune in next week and see. Same time. Same Bat Channel." 
   I could almost die waiting until next week.

Ralph W.
Chicago


Dear Batman,

   By brother and I act out your stories. He plays the Joker and I play Batman.  I get him all the time.

Your fan,
Jerry W.
Gloucester, Virginia


Dear Batman,

   Your latest story of  "Death Knocks Three Times" was "electrifying."  Death-Man had outsmarted Batman almost to the finish until it started raining and lightning.  Batman tried vainly to get up and knock out Death-Man, but couldn't because he had been shot in the arm.  Death-Man was about to shoot Batman in the head with his gun.  Suddenly, a white hot flash of lightning went over Batman's head.  Death-Man had been electrecuted.  His gun had attracted the lightning.  You sure know how to have a lot of fun.

Your fan,
Ronnie P.
Hampton, Virginia


Dear Batman,

   I think you are the best dressed. Even Superman doesn't dress good as you.

Love,
Sharon W.
Hollywood, Calif.


Dear Batman,

   I would like to know if you could please send me 9 or 10 bat decals like the one on your shirt because I'm going to be Batman for Halloween.

Your fan,
Lawrence, NY

P.S. Last Halloween I was Frankenstein.


Dear Batman,

   You are my favorite show on television and I haven't even seen it yet.

A true fan,
Nancy R.
Scarsdale, N.Y.


Dear Batman,

   I read Batman comics every night before I go to sleep and I always have pleasant dreams.

Love,
Jess R.
Cleveland


Dear Batman,

   In Death Knocks Three Times, how did Death man die and come back and live?
   It would be a big help if I could learn his secret.

Thank you from
Jeffrey L.
Dayton, Ohio


Dear Batman,

   I like everything on the Batman TV show except the catwoman.
   I hate girls.

Your friend,
Victor M.
Highland, Michigan


Dear Batman,

   I have a question.
   Has President Johnson every been to the batcave?

Sincerely,
Steve R.
Atlanta, Georgia
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Reply #29 - 07/10/09 at 4:46pm
 
Dear Batman,

   I watch your show every Wed. and Thurs. night and think it is neat.
   I like how your utility belt always saves the day.
   I have a belt too, but it doesn't do anything.

Your loyal fan,
Jimmy M.
Chicago


Dear Batman,

   We have seen the Riddler, the Joker, the Penguin, and the Catwoman.  But why not a hunched backed grumply little gangster called the Turtleman.  He has a car that when it gets to water it can turn into a submarine.
   Wouldn't that be a challenge to the Dynamic Duo?  I have written a story for the Turtleman.
   Please tell me if you are interested and you can have the story for .12 cents.

Love,
Vera G.
NYC


Dear Batman,

   I have an idea for a crook.  Her name is "Joy Woman" and she can always be trying to get Batman married.  Be sure to make her very tricky.  But make sure Batman gets out of it.
   If the "Joy Woman" gets Batman married, there will be no joy for Batman.

Your fan,
Peter W.
Webster Groves, Missouri


Dear Batman,

   I have been watching your show for a long time.  In the middle of your show everybody in my family likes the part of the ooof, bang, crack, bam, pow and arf. 
   Are they English words?

Holy Cow!
Mike W.
Cleveland


Dear Batman,

   Please write to me and tell who your next enemy will be so I can hate him right away.

Love,
Mellisa G.
Manchester, N. H.


Dear Batman,

   When my father was young there was a Batman.
   How old are you anyway?

Your fan,
Mickey W.
NYC

P.S. I have a cat named Minnie and she watches your show every week.  She sure is a crazy cat.


Dear Batman,

   I like you so much I am writing this letter.  A girl in this class got a letter from you and she told us the address.  My friend Bobby sits near three girls adn the girls think your cute.
   My teacher Mrs. Pincus said that if she was a girl yet she too would like you.  Mrs. Pincus is pretty old.  She used to be a Sinatra fan.

Yours truly,
Jeff L.
Newark, N.J.


Dear Batman,

   I like your show very much.  I watch your show every night.  Some kids say you break laws but I say shut up to them.

Your friend,
Rodger P.
Lansing, Michigan



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