Uploading some recent pieces I've been hoarding over the last couple weeks, especially as I start work on the next couple new Fourth Doctor works.
I can't explain how important Batman is to me, or has been in the scheme of of my creative impulses. It always begins with the 1966 series, which I haven't done a run of a whole lot due to there being an influx of works using the figures. But I finally had a great idea to pursue, and this was the result. Something that evokes the feel and camp of the series.
Probably this is one of the cosplays with which I had more fun. All my robins were amazing and wverythig was so awesome I could cry. This is my first time editing a photo all on my own, so I don't know how to feel about it xD Stephanie Brown - Me Jason Todd Photo - Pablo Edit- Me
A piece I'd done to celebrate Batman's 75th anniversary this month (April, 1939 being the cover date on Detective Comics #27) took many ridiculous cues from the 1966 series than actual comic sources.
I make no apologies for being in love with the Adam West show, and have actually gotten downright hostile whenever anyone tries to talk down to me about liking it over, say, other things related to the Batman universe. It's not a taste thing, and its probably not even a fan thing. I grew up around reruns of this show, so there's probably memories of it as being a source of happiness growing up (not that I had an unhappy childhood, I just remember a lot of good times centering around TV shows).
The collector's set from Mattel included a Batman, an exclusive Robin, and even a bit of wall for the famous wall-crawl that the duo would do from time to time. And there's even a cameo appearance if you look hard enough