Batman '66 Meets the Green Hornet #6 Review

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For the last few months DC Comics has been publishingBatman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet—a followup to the classic Batman TV crossover from the 1960’s William Dozier series, written by Hollywood Babble-On co-hosts Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman.

The plot of the series has been simple, following the Dynamic Duo as they team up with the Green Hornet and Kato, as they attempt to stop General Gumm and the Joker from pulling off the greatest stamp crime in history. This has been a really fun series to follow as it came out and I’ve constantly felt that it’s captured the spirit of the show, as well as of the episode, quite well. 

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Tyler Posey joins Johnny Depp, Tony Hale in Kevin Smith Action Adventure

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CASTING NEWS - Johnny Depp and Kevin Smith are teaming up for what is being dubbed a “comic book movie,” and they’re bringing their daughters with them.

This week, Smith will start principal photography on Yoga Hosers, an action-adventure movie that will star Depp, his daughter Lily-Rose Depp, and Smith’s daughter Harley Quinn Smith.

The movie is Smith’s follow-up to Tusk, which premieres at the Toronto Film Festival in September, and is the second installment in Smith’s True North trilogy of movies that are steeped in Canadian myths and culture.


In fact, the entire cast of Tusk is returning for Hosers, including Michael Parks, Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez, Ralph Garman and Harley Morenstein.


New to the cast are Tony Hale, Natasha Lyonne, Austin Butler, Adam Brody, Tyler Posey and Jason Mewes.

More info - The Hollywood Reporter

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