'66 Batman Greeting Cards

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'66 Batman Greeting Cards

Post by mwilbury » Fri Nov 30, 2018 11:39 am

I have not seen this little item mentioned on the board, and my son received it on his birthday a couple weeks ago. (It's especially appropriate that he got the card from his "Nana")

Batman™ Classic TV Series KA-POW! Birthday Card
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Re: KA-POW! Hallmark birthday card

Post by Space Ghost » Fri Nov 30, 2018 1:42 pm

Very cool. The 1966 Batman is everywhere!
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Re: KA-POW! Hallmark birthday card

Post by TP-6597 » Sat Dec 01, 2018 5:49 pm

I’m hoping those are currently available. If so, I’m all over buying several of them for any future birthdays.

I know we’ve probably covered this a few times here (I have a time or two), but this is yet another indication of the incredible cultural significance of the show. A TV show that went off the air nearly 50 years ago - STILL relevant and instantly recognizable.... T-Shirts (I’m wearing one at this very moment) , greeting cards, cartoons, references (I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve heard people say “riddle me this”- including twice this year, both on national newscasts), and plenty of other ways.

The show we love and collect was a very big deal. I made a post a couple of years ago where I’d walked past a sandwich board that had a Batman reference and it was the TV show. Come on, man! That’s crazy for a 50 year old TV show.
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Hallmark has them on their site if you cant find them locally.
https://www.hallmark.com/cards/greeting ... D1028.html
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Re: KA-POW! Hallmark birthday card

Post by Lou Szabo » Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:28 pm

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Re: KA-POW! Hallmark birthday card

Post by mwilbury » Thu Dec 06, 2018 10:46 am

As indicated in the product description, parts of the card are embossed, so the skyline and bat-signal are slightly raised, as well as elements on the front of the card.

It's a pretty cool item, on the whole.

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Re: KA-POW! Hallmark birthday card

Post by mwilbury » Mon May 20, 2019 11:02 am

My wife came home from Target with another '66 Batman greeting card. This one's from Carlton Cards. I didn't find it online, so I thought I'd share a photo.
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Re: '66 Batman Greeting Cards

Post by John Mack » Tue May 21, 2019 2:46 pm

Guys, here's a link to ZAZZLE. They have hundreds of Batman greeting cards. You can type on 1966 Batman if you wish. Here's just the Batman search:

BATMAN CARDS ON ZAZZLE:
https://www.zazzle.com/batman+cards
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Re: '66 Batman Greeting Cards

Post by mwilbury » Wed May 22, 2019 2:19 pm

Smart addition. Zazzle has tons of image options and customization.

To elaborate, the cards I stumbled on here are nicer products, having unique artwork along with foil stamping, diecuts or embossed elements.

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