I am not a pessimist by nature, but I have become that way concerning the 60's Adam West "Batman" series and a presentation on home video. When the Michael Keaton movie came out in 1989, I was shocked that there wasn't any videocassettes put out of the series. I thought they would have sold a mint with the popularity Batman was receiving that year. The Family Channel was showing the series ad nauseum and it was fun to catch up on the cult hit that year on cable. I didn't know then that the show was held up in legal snafus between Fox and Warner Brothers. Sometimes corporate greed can be a funny animal. I am very doubtful that this legal battle will be over in time for a DVD release by June, when the new movie comes out. If they couldn't settle it in the last sixteen years, how much closer can they be today? I am not usually a skeptic, but I am on this one. I hope they all prove me wrong. I am looking forward to the upcoming "Return To The Batcave" DVD. It's a start, but the real thing would be so much better.