Batman is a character that is featured in American comics published by DC Comics. The artist Bob Kane and Bill Finger developed Batman, the superhero. The character debuted on the cover of Detective Comics’ 27th issue on March 30th, 1939.

 Batman is the alias for Bruce Wayne (the DC Universe continuity) is a wealthy American industrialist and philanthropist living within Gotham City. You can also buy Batman comic books via https://www.bdweb.be/fr/comics-13(also known as bande dessinée batman via  https://www.bdweb.be/fr/comics-13 in French). 

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Batman’s origin story tells of Batman vowing to retaliate against criminals following the murder of his parents. It’s a vendetta rage that is perfect justice. He is determined to be Batman-like and is a vigilant observer of the Gotham streets in the evening. Kane, Finger, and others creators accompanied Batman alongside his partner Robin and his allies Alfred Pennyworth and James Gordon and enemies such as the Penguin Two-Face, the Batman along with the Riddler.

Kane developed Batman in 1939, hoping to take advantage of the popularity that DC’s Superman. Though Kane frequently claimed his sole responsibility for the creation, Finger significantly improved the concept of a superhero from the generic to something that was more bat-like. The year was 1940 and Batman became the superhero’s very own magazine.

Batman was first presented as a vigilante who was able to kill and injure criminals. However, he morphed to become a character with strong moral values and an appreciation for justice. Batman isn’t an actual superhero. He is a person of intellect and fighting abilities, as well as his money, not powers.

It was the 60s when the Batman TV series featured a look that was a bit camp and had been associated with the superhero over a period of years. Numerous creators tried to return the character to his dark roots and culminating in 1986’s miniseries The Dark Knight Returns.