10 Lessons The DCU Batman Needs To Learn From Adam West’s Original 1960s Show

  • Batman's partnership with Robin is crucial in the DCU's portrayal of the character, with the Boy Wonder being a central supporting hero of the Bat Family.
  • Bat-gadgets are an important aspect of Batman's character, and while they don't need to be as extensive as Adam West's version, having an abundance of them is still essential.
  • The DCU should embrace Batman's rogue's gallery of villains, both well-known and lesser-known, and give them the care and reverence they deserve, just like the 1960s Batman TV show did.
The DCU's Batman movie The Brave and the Bold can learn many lessons from the Adam West Batman TV show of the 1960s. The DC Universe will chart a new course on film following the formation of DC Studios, under the stewardship of James Gunn and Peter Safran. The new DC cinematic franchise, titled the DCU, will properly begin with Gunn's Superman: Legacy, but Batman will be an equally important player in the franchise. The first Batman movie in the DCU will be Andy Muschietti's The Brave and the Bold.
While The Brave and the Bold is still in early development, the upcoming DCU film can and should look to the Adam West-led Batman TV series as its story is being shaped. Despite being very closely associated with the '60s with a campy tone that the Caped Crusader has long since abandoned, the DCU can learn a lot about both what to do and what not to do with its version of Batman. Here are 10 key lessons the DCU should take away from the Adam West Batman TV show.


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