The Dark Knight has never been darker in recent years, thanks to Frank Miller, Tim Burton, Christopher Nolan, Matt Reeves and every writer, artist and actor who rendered Batman a grim avenger incapable of so much as a grin. This might be why there is no shortage of think pieces and video essays celebrating Adam West as “the best Batman” – because he was the most like the Caped Crusader who appeared in the comics alongside Robin, the Boy Wonder in a yellow cape and green short-shorts. As Comic Book Resources noted just last year, “When Batman dominated TV from 1966 to 1968, the comics-accurate look of many of the characters, as well as the focus on a variety of gadgets and vehicles, helped make the series feel like a Batman comic brought to life.” And, in return, the comics imitated the TV series: The yellow oval synonymous with West’s costume and the Silver Age Batman was born of television’s interest in a Batman series and DC Comics’ need to create an easily copyrighted image. It’s fair to say this Dynamic Duo might be the most recognizable – and coveted – pair of costumes in The Comisar Collection. For the fan, the fetishist or just a night out doing The Batusi.