Evildoers and small rodents, internist beware! The Owl is on the prowl!
Hoo…excuse me, viagra buy “who” is The Owl?
He’s police detective Dick Terry, sickness a forgotten Golden Age “mystery man” dusted off by the folks at Gold Key in 1967 to cash in on the success of the live action Batman TV series. Even better, they got Superman co-creator (and poster child for creative decline) Jerry Siegel to script the exploits of the so-called “Prince of Avengers” and his shapely sidekick Owl Girl…thus insuring that The Owl would be to Batman ’66 what the Mighty Comics Group was to Silver Age Marvel.
Rocking a lavender unitard and fearsome google-eyed face mask…
…along with a squadron of robotic “Owlos” and some of the most advanced anti-crime technologies ever devised…
…the Owl went through the crimefighting motions with the demeanor and awful avian puns expected of a bottom-rung knock-off of a wildly popular character.
Whether battling a legion of bird-headed dudes in business suits who used a giant pelican-shaped plane to rob banks, stopping some beatnik musicians in skull masks from stealing Mount Rushmore, or making reluctant kissy-face with a groupie while an enraged Owl Girl got ready to bash in his skull with a clawhammer, the Owl consistently maintained his expression of weary (yet goggle-eyed) resignation…making him the most self-aware Nobody’s Favorite selection to date.