By Chris Sims
This Saturday, February 8, marks the 100th birthday of Bill Finger, one of the true unsung heroes of comic books. In the decades of his comic book career, Finger was one of the most prominent writers of the Golden and Silver Ages, contributing to characters like Superman and Green Lantern, but it’s his role as the co-creator of Batman where he made his biggest impact as the man directly responsible for Batman’s costume and origin, as well as co-creating characters like Robin, the Joker and Catwoman — and he did it without ever receiving credit on the printed page.
So to honor the occasion, we’d suggest that you take a little time this weekend to sit down and read through some of Finger’s stories to see just how much he shaped one of the greatest characters of all time. And to help with that, I’ve rounded up ten of my favorites from his work on the Dark Knight. These are Bill Finger’s Best Batman Stories.
is this some sort of ancient prehistoric text? fascinating
I really wish I twigged on to how to read Forge’s speech before I finished reading Paranatural’s backlog. :|
I don’t know if this has been posted on here or not, but I’m pretty sure this was the
most confusinggreatest 39 seconds of my life.
the best thing about this picture is that the more you look at it the worse it gets
I don’t think it’s OK for me to talk about how much I love this outfit
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Found a no-word version.