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Saw this as an auction on ebay.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/60s-TV-BATMAN-R ... 9526&rt=nc
Be a nice way to display your figures - or the Batmobile if it ever arrives (with rolling wheels)
Batguitarist wrote:Is this an April Fool's joke?
LOL @ John!
Szabol wrote:This was my April 1 bit: http://youtu.be/ig4aJey9QZM
The 80 page Giant Batman #203 is what made me a Batmaniac! Where did you get the poster?Szabol wrote:Nope. Just picked up a poster of Batman 203 cover.I would love to see that layout with a 1966 theme...Jeremy, Andy?...
The German poster is from about 1974 or 1975 from Germany Austria. They published the comics every two weeks, one book with Detective/Action and another with Batman/Superman and an annual. The poster was from clipping the proof of purchase from the annuals. Note the saturated colors that seem to be used outside North America. I bet Ben and some others could comment on the UK color variants.
The 1977 poster is from a reading program. They occasionally show up on ebay, and is on glossy paper, but folded into 4, and maybe 11x17 or smaller (a comic book centerfold) - I don't recall exactly. Note the muted colors we're all used to in the US.
Both are a recreation of the 1968 Batcave cover of Batman 203.
The Batman 203 cover poster I bought last week on ebay out of Canada. They have several key covers in a larger format (11x17) and is shipped rolled in an ABS plastic tube.