This Wednesday, Batman ’66 Meets the Man from U.N.C.L.E. #7, written by Jeff Parker with David Hahn on pencils and Karl Kessel doing inks, will be available for digital download and will feature the “A Familiar Face,” chapter 7 in “The Batman Affair.” Check out these exclusive preview pages that DC Comics was kind enough to share!

What makes the Batman ’66 titles such a joy is that they truly capture the feel of the Adam West and Burt Ward television series in such a visceral, elemental way. Readers get the idea that these new tales could take place in that television continuity, and Batman ’66 Meets the Man from U.N.C.L.E. is no exception. Parker, Hahn, and Kessel work in tandem to produce a tale that honors the original small screen show, while giving their own fresh takes to fans new and old.

Batman ’66 Meets the Man from U.N.C.L.E. #7, written by Jeff Parker with David Hahn on pencils and Karl Kessel doing inks, will be available for digital download this Wednesday.

From the official chapter description:

T.H.R.U.S.H. kidnaps Bruce Wayne in Monaco and takes him to their secret underwater base. It’s up to the Men From U.N.C.L.E.-along with Robin and Batgirl-to rescue him.

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