It is finally here. Starting this week, I will be celebrating the DC Comics superhero known as Batman all every single day. Why? Because it is the Dark Knight’s 80th anniversary this coming weekend.
According to DC Comics official website:
For 80 years, the Dark Knight has stood as a symbol of determination, bravery and justice to generations of fans. Since appearing in the pages of DETECTIVE COMICS #27 on March 30, 1939, Batman continues to leave his mark in every form of entertainment imaginable. Appearing in countless comics, animation, television, films, video games, toys and other products, he remains the single most popular superhero. He would not be complete without the most iconic gadgets and of course, the Batmobile; not to mention, an unparalleled rogues gallery.
Batman is humanity’s timeless hero and he’s just getting started.
Batman has long been my favorite comic book hero. He is a classic character and part of the American mythology. As such, this blog is being taken over. Some other content my be posted, but the primary fun will be based in Gotham City.
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