CONTINENTAL USA BUYERS ONLY FOR THIS LISTING, DUE TO THE GIANT SIZE OF THIS POSTER. This is a RARE VINTAGE ORIGINAL 1966 BATMAN POSTER, it’s VERY BIG , and it features the artwork of long-time silver age Batman and Brave and the Bold artist CARMINE INFANTINO. This Batmania poster measures about 40 inches by 27 inches, and that’s giant sized compared to most of today’s superhero posters. This 1960’s Dark Knight detective poster was produced by a company called G&F Posters of New York City (NYC), who also produced 1966 posters of Superman and Robin the Boy Wonder. Batman is shown here in the poster saying Nonsense! There’s no such things as –uhh! , and this was the same image used for the cover to the Batman Detective Comics issue 331 comic book from around 1964. This listing is for the poster only, of course. CONDITION NOTES (see photos): This’66 poster still retains it’s gorgeous colors, it has NEVER BEEN DISPLAYED, and it has some light creasing and crinkles from being stored rolled all these decades, and some very light tanning. With that in mind, I’d grade this poster as “fine/fn” condition (using comic book grading terms). I’m 100 percent certain that many other poster sellers and collectors would grade this poster higher, but I prefer to grade more conservatively. It’s incredible this scarce poster even survived the 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s, the 2000’s, and now. There can’t be many of these posters left in existence after all these years, especially in this condition! The item “Rare original 1966 Batman DC Detective Comics silver age 40 x 27 poster 11960’s” is in sale since Wednesday, September 19, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Posters”. The seller is “supervator” and is located in New York!. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- ITEM: ORIGINAL POSTER: NOT A REPRODUCTION
- BRAND: DC COMICS
- CHARACTER: BATMAN
- YEAR: 1966