Everyone has their favorite Batman, Whether it is the more recent Christian Bale, the classic Michael Keaton, or the only right answer in my opinion: Adam West. His Batman was the most fun by far, and while it was extraordinarily campy and goofy, it was aware of that and made the most of it.
You might try to argue that the dark and gritty Batman is a lot more entertaining to watch, but you know what, there is so much more to Batman than his awesome fighting skills and gravelly voice.
These are the 10 most important reasons why Adam West's super cool, goofball Batman was the best of all.
1. First of all, his dancing skills were off the charts
2. His upper body strength was no joke, look how he scales those walls
3. He was so organized, everything had a label
4. His organization made him ready for everything - even sharks
5. He was excellent at keeping those lines of communication open, even on the go (which was rare at the time). The Batphone in the Batmobile was very useful!
There are even more reasons why he is the absolute best Batman out there, click to the next page to find out all the reasons why!
6. He was a political genius. He ran against The Penguin for mayor and did excellent!
7. He was careful to protect those he needed protecting, even if it put him in danger
8. He always made sure to take time to teach young Robin important lessons like wearing his seat belt
9. He was the flirtiest Batman ever
10. He was the best protector Gotham city ever had, and kept them safe from all those villains and henchmen all with big, dramatic fights complete with descriptive words so you know just impressive the action is.
Do you understand now why Adam West's Batman was the best Batman?
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