Batman Evolution

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Batman is unique for the simple reason that he has no superhuman powers and is an ordinary human relying on intelligence, money, inventiveness, martial arts, and fear to defeat his enemies (Totally badass!). He currently makes the most money for a single publishing character and is considered to be one of the most popular and successful superheroes in comics. Batman was brought to life by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger. After the success of Superman in the late 1930s, DC comics started requesting more superheroes for its titles. Bob Kane came up with the idea for a character called "Bat-Man." There is a large discussion over the controversy that Bob Kane orignially came up with a "Birdman" (wow very intimidating…watch out for BIRDMAN!)…show more content…
Batman's first appeared in Detective Comics #27. In Detective Comics #33, the origin of Batman was told. Bruce Wayne was the son of Martha Wayne and Thomas Wayne. After the deaths of his parents, Bruce began intense mental and physical training so that he could rid Gotham of evil forever. Upon completing his training Bruce realized that it was vital for the criminals to fear him. It was when a bat flew through the window (EEEHHHHHHH!), scaring Bruce that he found inspiration. He used the symbolism of the bat to become…Batmaaaan. Bruce takes in young Dick Grayson as his apprentice and trains him as his sidekick, Robin. It is never truly explained why Bruce took in Dick, but it could be due to the fact that Dick lost his parents at a young age just like Bruce did so they had specific bond. Together the " Dynamic Duo" face off against many enemies. +BFFS Batman was first portrayed as a cold-blooded, vicious vigilante who was willing to use an armed weapon and kill his enemies. However, DC comic's new editor, Whitney Ellsworth, introduced a moral code for Batman, preventing him from ever killing or using an armed weapon. This then lead to the Silver…show more content…
It explained that in actual fact all the Batman stories told during the Golden Age took place on Earth-Two. The Earth-Two Batman marries the well-known Catwoman and fathers a daughter named Helena Wayne who grows up to be the Huntress (RARW). Another side to Batman’s story is added, Bruce had an older brother (GASP!), Thomas Jr, who was institutionalized due to their parents murder and Bruce was left to be raised by his uncle Philip

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