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The DC Comics Co-Publisher spoke with CBR about the legacy of Bob Kane, the anticipation level for "Dark Knight III" and the current Bat-books.
Check out CBR's photos of Zack Snyder and Jim Lee paying tribute as Bob Kane posthumously received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Director Zack Snyder talks to CBR News about crafting a new on-screen Caped Crusader for next spring's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
Jim Lee and Zack Snyder will speak at the ceremony, which will see Batman recognized with the Guinness World Record for "Most Film Adaptations of a Comic Book Character."
The late writer will be officially recognized in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Gotham" for his contributions in creating the Bat-mythos.
Though long credited to Bob Kane, the Comic Art Conference investigated Bill Finger's contributions to the Caped Crusader's origin in San Diego.
Jim Steranko, writer/artist of "Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.," discussed his long career in comics, including an altercation with "Batman" co-creator Bob Kane.
"Batman" co-creator Bob Kane, who passed away in 1998, will receive a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2015. UPDATED with additional information and comment from Marc Tyler Nobleman.
Author Marc Tyler Nobleman spoke with a Comic-Con International audience about "Bill, The Boy Wonder," his new book exploring the true contributions to Batman by the character's co-creator Bill FInger.
Comics historians Mark Evanier, Larry Tye and Marc Tyler Nobleman reflect on the contributions and importance of Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster and Bill Finger to the comic book industry.
Why Bill Finger deserves screen credit on "The Dark Knight Rises"! Comic-Con International as small-business showcase! The kids comics scene at San Diego! Bryan Talbot receives honorary doctorate! Plus more!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks at the tricky argument of how to properly credit Bob Kane and Bill Finger when discussing the creation of Batman, especially when viewed from the perspective of today's creators' rights debate.
Michael Uslan, Paul Levitz, Denny O'Neill, N.C. Christopher Couch and Danny Fingeroth looked back at the shared origins and legacy of two of comics' most iconic characters.
Meet some heroes and villains you might not know: Captain Marvel, Plastic Man and Dr. Fate! Did DC force Bob Kane to add Robin to "Detective Comics?" And what's up with the missing pages in "Back to the Klondike?"
Golden and Silver Age creators John Romita Sr., Jerry Robinson and Al Jaffee talk about their years in the comic book industry and the mentors and peers they have worked with at the New York Comic Con.
Author Danny Fingeroth hosted one of comics' greats, the writer-artist-editor- historian Jerry Robinson, in a discussion about Batman, Bob Kane, the Siegel and Schuster settlement, and almost 70 years in the business.
With "Batman R.I.P." concluded and "The Dark Knight" available on DVD now, CBR presents a new series spotlighting the history of the Batman and the creators that made the character a part of the pop culture landscape.
Rich has word on a new Garth Ennis horror series, Mark Millar’s “Kick-Ass” going into pre-production, loads of news and notes out of the Bristol convention, Bob Kane’s personal Batman comics collection and more in LYING IN THE GUTTERS!