Batman 66 #15 is a 12 year old boys dream. Batgirl and Catwoman! The story is a playful romp that put a smile on my face. Batman 66 is such a fun book and this issue continues the trend. Read Full Review
In another nice mix of action and camp (the citizens of Gotham actually help the police track down money blowing through the streets from the villains' bank robbery), the latest issue puts a more comic book spin on a villain who only made a single appearance on the television show in one two-part episode. Relying less on gadgets than chemicals and animal attraction (and one of the first villains not to be drawn distinctly different than the actor who played her on television), the woman earns her super-villain name as she gets as close to any of Batman's villains in her attempts to kill The Dark Knight Detective and Boy Wonder. The result is an entertaining issue that offers readers the rare opportunity of seeing one of Batman's oldest enemies fight beside Batman and Robin. Worth a look. Read Full Review
A definite low point in the series. If you're a new reader, don't pick this as the jumping on point. Read the previous two issues, as they're just about perfect. Hopefully this is a one-time hiccup, an off month dumped between greater stories. Read Full Review
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