Tags » Bob Kane

World's Finest 30 - Rollo returns, Johnny Everyman ends, and the story that introduces the giant penny from the Batcave

Why is Superman catching a lift on a fire engine?  That would have been an interesting story, maybe.  But it’s not in World’s Finest 30 (Sept/Oct 47). 340 more words

World's Finest 19 - The Joker's anti-crime committee

Yeah, I really wonder which side will win the tug-o-war on the cover of World’s Finest 19 (Fall 1945).

The Batman and Robin story in this issue is by Joe Samachson, Bob Kane and Ray Burnley, and features the Joker, but still has little to commend it. 154 more words

On The Road: Saddle up for safety

CALGARY — If you’re not a motorcyclist, chances are you know someone who is.

They could be an aunt or a grandpa, an employer or employee, friend or neighbour – somebody who simply enjoys the sport of motorcycling. 815 more words

Honda Motor Co. Ltd.

The Importance of Batman

Happy Batman Day! Seventy-six years ago today, Batman (created by artist, Bob Kane and writer, Bill Finger) made his first ever appearance in Detective Comics #27. 1,277 more words


Depictions of The Joker In Media

Okay, let’s start with the obvious thing that folks have been talking about for the past few days.  The director of the upcoming Suicide Squad… 1,584 more words


25 Facts You Won't Know About Batman

Over Wonder Con weekend, media outlets like our fine establishment were given a press kit from DC Entertainment that had tons of great information about the Caped Crusader and his upcoming 75th birthday. 530 more words


Super-Villain Sunday: Deadshot

Super-Villain Sunday this week brings you master marksman and the world’s most dangerous contract killer, Deadshot. Created by Bob Kane, David Reed and Lew Schwartz in 1950 primarily as a new villain for  387 more words