BATCAVE BREACH: The Villains Invade in This Groovy New BATMAN ’66 Print

More ginchy greatness from the artist Shag! Plus, Godzilla too!

Batman ’66 fan are ya? Godzilla fan, are ya? Fan of ’60s-infused pop art, are ya?

Well, crack open your wallet: The California-based artist known as Shag (aka Josh Agle) will have three new magnificent prints for sale at San Diego Comic-Con — one saluting the classic Adam West Batman show (in two different color schemes), and the other a tribute to the King of the Monsters, Godzilla.

Dig these — “Batcave Breach” and “The Drop In”:

A few thoughts:

— Really dig that Batman print. I love how the villains are making their move while Batman, Robin and Batgirl are busy getting their groove on in the Batcave. It’s not the first time we’ve seen Shag take on the Caped Crusader mid-Batusi, either. In 2013, he provided the art for Mattel’s San Diego Comic-Con exclusive dancing Batman set:

To this day, I’m convinced that Shag was also paying homage to the cast of Mad Men.


— He also produced this print for SDCC the following year:


— How much are they? The prices are still unannounced — but they will not be cheap. Shag’s popular prints can go for hundreds or thousands. But here’s at least some advance info: The framed Batcave prints are approximately: 32” x 46” framed and 25” x 39” unframed. Each is limited to 150 prints. The framed Godzilla is about 18” x 25” and the unframed is roughly 9.25” x 17”. It’s limited to 200 pieces. Meanwhile, dig this — and check out


— Dig SHAG’s Swingin’ Tribute to SPIDER-MAN and STAN LEE. Click here.

— BATMAN ’66 BAT-RADIO Replica to Be Released in 2022. Click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Love the Batcave invasion– I just might try and get one.

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  2. Shag is likely paying homage to Mad Men, since the time period it was set in was similar to the 1966 Batman series. I have two of the 2013 dancing set, since I am also a fan of Jill St. John.

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  3. If it’s gonna be that much, think I’ll pick up the Batman coloring book I saw at Walmart. Think it’s like $10.99.

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  4. This Shag is most definitely a true artist, because I like what’s on display here.

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  5. HOLY Beautiful art prints.

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