Anyhow, I've been going through vintage high school yearbooks on the classmates site, looking for interesting photos for another board I post at. I also keep my eyes open in 1966-67 yearbooks for Bat-fad items.
This was from the 1966 Plymouth-Whitemarsh book from Plymouth Meeting, PA:
Note B & R in the middle and bottom photos, and also note like at my high school, shaving cream was involved...
-Insert rim-shot here-Batman65 wrote:Now THAT"S what I call a "photo bomb"! HA HABatfanman wrote:Some days...
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I find this hilarious since the original Michael Meyers Mask was a Captain Kirk mask made by Don Post Studios! Superheroes from two eras united at last -- via a villain!wayoutjunk wrote:... I ended up getting a full head Michael Myers “Halloween” mask, turning it inside out, spray painting it blue, adding the white highlights, using pieces of cardboard for ears, and running with that...
I've just posted another "new" entry on my Bat-Blog...this time we're going back to 2009. It's a story that involves a lot of firsts, my first time in the United States, my first ever Comic Con and my first time meeting board members that have become family to me. It's a bit of a long read but as always there's some cool photos to help tell the story.
You can check it out here: http://66batblog.tumblr.com/post/138403 ... eport-july