Batman: All 10 Batcaves ranked from worst to best

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Burt Ward as Robin, Adam West as Batman and Burgess Meredith as the Penguin in the original 1966 television series Batman standing near the Batmobile convertible. (Photo by �� John Springer Collection/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images) /

1. Batman (1966)

If you’re going to be a costumed crimefighter in a city like Gotham, this is the kind of Batcave you would want. Not only is it incredibly practical looking, it has everything you could ever need for taking on the criminals of Gotham. And we mean everything.

If you’re trying to figure out where a villain could be based on their previous hideouts, this Batcave has the answer. If you’ve been turned into a cardboard cutout, this Batcave can sort that out with the trusty Bat 3D restorer. And if you need to develop some film, this Batcave has the convenient film developing tank to make it happen.

It also has the iconic Bat-poles, which Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson use to dress themselves as Batman and Robin, and the legendary turntable upon which the Batmobile sits before it speeds out of the cave.

The 1966 Batcave looks like a laboratory, full of devices and equipment that assists Batman and Robin in doing their jobs as crimefighters. It’s the most iconic iteration of the cave that was perfect for the time and, nearly six decades later, it’s still perfect.

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Which of the live-action Batcaves is your favorite? Are you excited to see another new one in the DC Universe’s Batman: The Brave and the Bold