"Holy shit, Batman!" is a phrase probably uttered by the person entering the NYC taxi cab that was just vacated by famed comic book artist Neal Adams. Neal left two portfolios of his original artwork in the back seat of the cab, which let him off at West 27th Street and 7th Ave. The books contained "tens of thousands of dollars" worth of original art from Batman, Green Lantern, Catwoman, and more.
If you found Neal's artwork, return it. Please. It's the right thing to do. Don't make Neal cry. The entire world of geekdom shall weigh heavy upon your conscience for all your days. Until some kid in a Spider-man outfit finally tracks you down and billy-clubs you from behind a mailbox. It's just not worth it.
Neal sketched the driver, which is kind of an honor. So all you fans out there that want your portrait done by Neal, you know what to do.
Seriously though, if you have the book or any information, you're being asked to call 212-869-4170.
Pete talks about The Amazing Spider-Man movie, but has not yet seen Batman. Ramon saw Batman. Steve saw Batman, but Steve saw it after the show was filmed. We were unable to have Steve review it from the future because Pete got rid of his bowflex*. Oh, and they talk about comics too!
*See Season 3, Episode 52.