Thursday, January 18, 2007

Onomatopoeia

Onomatopoeia is a word that imitates the sound it represents.










It's at times like this that I remember how stupid the 60's Batman series was, but I loved every minute of it. Someone needs to release it on DVD.

5 comments:

Dr. Zaius said...

I love it! Onomatopoeia! What a great idea for a post! And I love each image. I wonder which episode had "Clunk-eth!" and "!Ox?-eth!"? Probably those episodes where Batman and Robin were in Londinium.

Brett O'Connor said...

These could all double as names for web software these days.

Scurvy said...

It was a completely stupid series, and nearly destroyed Batman, but dammit I sure had fun watching it. I really dug the King Tut character, and Burgess Meridith as The Penguin. One thing I never got tho, was why the villans lairs were tilted at an angle. ????

I also dug Eartha Kitt as Catwoman.

Shroom-Monkey said...

I loved that show and had a major crush on robin... ooohhh boy wonder where are ya when I need ya!!!!

Becca said...

Dr. Zaius-
"Clunk-eth!" and "!Ox?-eth!" I don't know for sure wich episode they came from but I bet your right. Man that Londinium episode was hilarious! All I seem to remember is Batman and Robin running around the pea soup thick fog.

Brett-
No kidding!

Scurvy-
Yes that show was sooooooo awesome! I have been dying for a DVD release.

Ertha Kitt was awesome but Julie Newmar forever!

Shroom-
Did you ever read Burt Ward's biography? Apparently he was giving it to the ladies left and right.