There are few things more glorious in superhero comics right now than the Batman ‘66/Wonder Woman ‘77 mash-up series. But its last few chapters, despite featuring the amazing Burt Ward Robin’s evolution from Boy Wonder to disco goddamn Nightwing, have also taken a fascinatingly dark turn.
Batman and Wonder Woman have teamed up more times that we can count in the comics—but their latest is a real first, as Adam West and Lynda Carter’s iconic takes on the World’s Finest team up for Batman ‘66/Wonder Woman ‘77. We sat down with series writer Marc Andreyko to learn more.
He’s BAM, POW and BIFFed his way through history, but the 1966 version of Batman, as played by Adam West, has never met up with Wonder Woman. Until now, that is: DC Comics just announced it’s releasing a book in January called Batman ’66/Wonder Woman ’77.
There are so many different versions of Wonder Woman, but one still stands for many as the definitive Diana: Lynda Carter’s iconic portrayal in the Wonder Woman TV series. For the past few years, DC has been telling new stories in this universe as Wonder Woman ‘77, and we sat down with series writer Marc Andreyko to…