I thought we could have some fun on a weekly basis by having a "ThrowBAT Thursday" thread in which we can post our own Bat-related "TBT" every week. The only rule being that it has to be YOUR photo/video or you yourself must be IN the photo/video. These could be photos of you at a convention (or that you took at a convention), you in costume, meeting a star of the show, your collection of Bat-Stuff, that time you sat in Batmobile and so on...I'm sure you'll all be able to think of lots more fun trips down memory lane that you could share. Be sure to leave a short description of what's going on in your post.
My ThrowBAT Thursday for this week is from the October 2009. I had just returned to the UK after having the most amazing few months in California. This photo was prior to attending my first UK convention in the new version of my "66 Batman suit which now featured a different cowl I had bought from a board member whilst in the US and also some new fabric parts courtesy of the generous Scott and Vickie Sebring.
Great idea to bring to the board.
Time flies so fast and it seems like yesterday that we were all introduced you a 15 year old (IIRC)from the UK with a great love for the show with composure and intelligence well beyond your years.
You look great and as always a pleasure to know you!!
I agree , Scott and Vickie are two of the most generous folks on the planet!
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Drove to Galena Illinois for the Halloween parade.
Short clip of me and my nephew as Robin.
Still feel the aches today.
This would have been in the fall or winter of ’92/93 or ’93/94. If I had my old yearbooks on hand, I'm sure I could figure it out based on my appearance, but maybe someone will remember as Yvonne's wrist was in a brace.
My ThrowBat Thursday for this week is from the April of 2010. It's a rather complex scenario to give any real context to but regardless; thanks to Scott and our chum "Buster", here's a shot taken by either Scott or Vickie of Chazbat, Troy and myself cruising the Warner Brother's backlot in Burbank, California. This was just one highly memorable moment from a weekend with some of my favorite people in the world.
That's me getting my Robin picture signed at Joyland amusement park in Wichita, Kansas circa 1972. Robin's talking to ME! I went ape when it was in the paper the next day.
In my twenties, I lost the clipping and the print of the picture that my father got from the paper , so it's fun to see again. A BRUSH WITH BAT GREATNESS!
Sorry, I couldn't wait 'till Thursday.