NerdSync created this short 20 minute video essay on the importance of Adam West’s Batman television series.

Adam West introduced countless people to Batman through the 1966 tv show and movie. He played a silly, campy Batman that stands out as the Bright Knight rather than a Dark Knight, and it not only saved Batman in the comics but influenced every successive Batman movie and show to date. Today, we explain the origin, history, and legacy of Adam West’s 1960s Batman television series from the vibrant colors, goofy villains, and comedic genius of the Camp Crusader.

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