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The Dark Hero That Strikes Fear (Happy Batman Day)



Created in 1939 by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, Batman made his first appearance in "Detective Comics #27" and from there skyrocketed into the most popular superhero in the world.
What always made Batman different from his fellow superhero allies was his darkness. Dubbed 'The Dark Knight,' he uses the persona of The Bat to strike fear into criminals. Over time, he took over the title of Worlds Greatest Superhero from the 'Big Blue Boy Scout,' Superman, who was seen as a 'Dudley Do Right' to the modern generation. Batman went out of his way to scare you, and without superpowers, was relatable to the average person.
With superior intellect (commonly referred to as 'The World's Greatest Detective...' sorry Sherlock), superior fighting skills, and sheer will, Batman holds his own against any hero with God-like powers.
I grew up a Superman guy. I still consider myself one, but as a horror fan it's hard to not love the appeal of a vigilante to preys at night, destroying criminals in a dark and dangerous Gotham City.
But I do concede that he is 'The Man.' So here's a Happy Batman Day to all of us fans. Gotham City is a place of horrors and who better to defend the suffering people than a knight. A Dark Knight.



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