By Bill Finger, Bob Kane, Greg Rucka, Peter Milligan, Doug Moench, Archie Goodwin, Steve Englehart, Chuck Dixon, Paul Dini, John Broome, Mike W. Barr, Gardner Fox, Scott Snyder, Denny O'Neil, Brad Meltzer, Don Cameron, Edmon Hamilton, Bob Kanigher
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He is the world’s maximum detective and an orphaned son looking justice. he's Gotham’s winged avenger and one 1/2 a dynamic duo. all through his seventy-five-year existence, he has been solid as a brooding antihero, a campy pal and a super strategist. yet always…he is Batman.
The lone mysterious vigilante referred to as “The Bat-Man” first swung over the rooftops of Gotham urban within the spring of 1939. Three-quarters of a century and thousands of committed readers later, this iconic hero is well essentially the most recognizable figures in all of well known culture.
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