The 1960s were a more creative time than today’s gloomy “realism” addicted creators. For example there was almost a movie crossover…as in “I went to a movie theater to see this” between the Adam West Batman and Godzilla! I’m not really sure the American treatment would have worked and I would love to hear about the full Japanese treatment but I’m sure curiosity alone would have led me to see this. I’m not sure I’d be into the modern take of this concept given how fun-impaired modern writers on both properties can be.
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