This is one of the happier finds I've had this year, not only do I collect memorabilia from this mid 1970s stage show but it's a coloring book to boot.
If that wasn't enough, this item teaches me a little bit about the show itself which is good because I wasn't fortunate enough to attend as child.
This book gives details into what kind of a show it was, I count 16 songs including a solo by the Penguin. Also, it lists Mel Blanc as the provider of the voices, so I imagine all the Looney Toon characters had their voices on a track.
Let's take a look at the plot of this show after the jump...
The art is above average, probably mostly swiped from a style guide.
This segment comes completely out of context but I'm sure there was a logical explanation. As an aside, one of the songs is called "Bat Computer" and it's sung by Batman, Robin and Chief O'Hara.
Adding Wonder Woman to this show was a smart move considering her TV popularity at the time. She actually features in the book far more than Batman.
So, here is the plot of this thing, the Joker and his crew wants to screw up Porky Pig's birthday party by adding sneezing powder to his cake. Seems like a task a bit beneath this team? Well, don't judge them too harshly...
BECAUSE THIS IS THE NIGHTMARE FUEL THAT IS PORKY PIG! AHHHHH!
I think I totally understand why the Joker is doing this and officially endorse it.
Batman and Robin finally show up at the end as shown by this swipe from a classic bit of Infantino art. The last panel of the book is Sylvester and Bugs fishing, which I am lead to assume is going to mimic the closing scenes of the Godfather 2.
Next Week: The Empire Strikes Back!