Joe Desris, a freelance writer and graphic designer, is a longtime collector and historian of Batman. He wrote the definitive history of the 1940s Batman newspaper strip. He contributed research to the film "Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics" and for Bob Kane's autobiography, "Batman and Me," and has written about Batman for various magazines and books for collectors, including Wizard, Comics Buyer's Guide and Toy Collector.
"The book is very pretty. Much like the show, it's incredibly colorful and cool to look at. Also, it's jam packed with images from the show." - Cinema Sentries
"The most colorful Batman '66 book to date...The Front and Back Boards are inspired" - 13th Dimension "Certainly manages to capture the spirit of the show" - Retroist "Rich and fun...It's as much a blast to read as I'm sure it was to write and design, and all credit should go to "Y. Y. Flurch" and Rian Hughes for absolutely nailing the tone." - Batman News "You will not be disappointed." - Retrenders "A cool and great looking book for fans of the show" - Entertainment Buddha "Even if you're a die-hard Batman 66' fan and have poured over every detail, visited every Bat-related website and joined in on the Bat-forums, this book should still be in your collection" - Beyond the Marquee "Likely the best looking Batman book to date" - The World's Finest "A present sure to Whap! Biff! and Zok! Adam West obsessives everywhere." - Den of Geek "Batman: Facts and Stats is entertaining and a fun read for the casual Batman fan" - Adventures in Poor Taste "Filled with fascinating facts, statistics and quotes, this fun-filled book is loaded with great photos." - Forces of Geek gift guide "One of those coffee books you pick and don't put down until you hit the last page." - Batman Notes "a great look at a rogue's gallery of humorous and over-the-top villains that made TV viewers keep coming back each week" - Borg.com