Adam West Passes Away
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Adam West Passes Away Jun 12th 2017, 18:43, by Jason Tate
Adam West passed away over the weekend. He was 88.

To at least a generation of young Bat-lovers, the cheeky ABC series was their true introduction to the DC Comics crime-fighter created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger and first popularized in the World War II era. As “American Gods” and “Sandman” writer Neil Gaiman once told Comic Riffs: Decades before he was crafting Batman comics, he was glued to West’s series — this sly, psychedelic-era confection — when he was a boy in Britain who absorbed whatever American pop culture he could find.

Adam West’s portrayal of Batman was one of my first introductions into the character. R.I.P.



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