The best comic book artist to have ever lived: the artist who created the iconic Batman comic book character.
He’s a comic book legend who has written more comic books than any other artist in the history of the medium.
His career spans multiple decades, including over 20 years as a comic creator.
(Axios) — — — In a time when so many creators are turning their back on their craft, the batman comics are a testament to the legacy that the artist created.
They’re the best of the best.
— — He is the most recognizable superhero of all time.
His work has inspired countless movies and television shows, including “The Sopranos,” “Arrested Development,” “Dexter,” “True Blood,” “The Wire” and “The Vampire Diaries.”
The Batman comics were published by DC Comics between 1940 and 1975.
(Associated Press) — In the early 1940s, DC Comics published Batman comics that had a lasting impact on popular culture.
“Batman” and his iconic red and blue cape inspired the 1960s film “Batman Returns,” and the character appeared in “Batman” TV series from 1975 to 1979.
(AP) — It was in 1977 that DC Comics introduced the Bat-signal, which is a bat-shaped symbol that can be seen on Batman’s cape and cowl.
(Getty Images) — The series also had a long history of tie-in comics.
Batman’s first appearance in a comic was in 1956, and the series continued through the 1970s and 1980s, including the animated television series “The Animated Series” from 1985 to 2002.
(DC Comics) — He also helped to create the character’s trademark mask.
His mask featured a long red cape, and it had a red bat-like crest.