Are these close-up images from Batman or Star Trek?

Can you tell the difference between the Enterprise and the Batcave?

The far future of Star Trek and the comic book world of Batman looked remarkably similar in some ways. Both had advanced technology like intelligent computers and communication devices. The heroes of both shows also fought colorful (literally!) and outrageous villains.

We’ve zoomed in on a few details from both iconic series. Can you tell the difference?

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  1. What are these futuristic buttons and dials from?
  2. Do you know what this character is from?
  3. What is this display from?
  4. Which series is this from?
  5. What is this rabbit from?
  6. Do you know this close-up image?
  7. This set is from...
  8. Which show is this bald character from?
  9. These buttons and controls are from...
  10. Can you guess what this is from?
  11. What is this scene from?
  12. This is costume is from...

Are these close-up images from Batman or Star Trek?

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Debbie 1 day ago
9/12 Not bad for mostly guessing
graceful1970 7 days ago
You got 10 out of 12
Holy retro-tech, Batman! Could you tell the difference between these Sixties favorites?
Jeffrey 1 month ago
''You got 10 out of 12'' ----------Holy retro-tech, Batman! -----Could you tell the difference between these Sixties favorites? Mostly, I got #s 2 and 6 wrong.
WilliamJorns 2 months ago
I got overconfident on this one. I missed #2, because Roger Carmel was a guest on both shows, but the picture they used here was from Batman, where he played Colonel Gumm. (Clever of MeTV to pull a fast one like that!) I also missed #10, thinking it was a container from Star Trek - it was not. What IS that thing, anyway?
Jeffrey WilliamJorns 1 month ago
It's a Giant coffee pot or percolater.
Lacey 2 months ago
I missed #2, but you knew I would.
RichLorn 2 months ago
11/12
Hey MeTV, here's Mudd in your eye.
Randall 2 months ago
12/12 BEAM ME UP SCOTTY!!
mikesap1230 Randall 1 month ago
2nd time around I’ll bet
jimmyvici 2 months ago
7/12…highly illogical. 🖖
Greg 2 months ago
Missed 1 I thought that was Harry Mudd from ST.
richardkel Greg 2 months ago
Exactly the same score and reason here. He looks the same in either show to me. Loved him in his Star Trek appearances.
MLMartin97 Greg 2 months ago
Almost missed it, but the camera angle was the giveaway.
TSeym22 2 months ago
11/12 Missed #2. Sneaky, MeTV. I don't remember him from Batman at all.
Mirramanee TSeym22 2 months ago
I believe he was a one-time appearance villain on Batman. He was much more enjoyable as the nefarious Harry Mudd on Star Trek. Wish they would have used him a couple more times.
Snickers Mirramanee 2 months ago
There was a rumor that Gene wanted to make Harry a semi regular but the studio nixed it.
STTOS 2 months ago
You got 11 out of 12 - Holy retro-tech, Batman! Could you tell the difference between these Sixties favorites? Much more familiar with Star Trek than Batman so my plan was that if I did not recognize it, it must be Batman. Worked fine except for #2 where I assumed it was Harry Mudd and selected Star Trek. I did not know that Roger C. Carmel was on Batman too. Holy Harcourt Batman!!
chawk 2 months ago
11/12 that second one looks like Mudd from Star Trek
Snickers chawk 2 months ago
A lot of people got tripped up by that one including myself.
Tommygunz 2 months ago
Aced it 12/12 both shows are favorites of mine. #2 was tricky but that particular Batman episode dealt with the color pink and the background walls were pink, it was Colonel Gumm not Harry Mudd.
AlF 2 months ago
No fair on #2! All we see is the face of "Col. Gumm" / "Harry Mudd", with no other distinguishing imagery.
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