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BOB KANE - INSCRIBED COMIC BOOK SIGNED - HFSID 167864

BOB KANE 1992 issue of the comic book Batman, with the Dark Knight swinging through a grim industrial landscape, signed by Batman creator Bob Kane Inscribed comic book signed "To/Kama/Bob/Kane". Color, 36 pages including covers, 6¾x10¼, bound with two staples. Feb. 1992 issue of Batman, no. 474.

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BOB KANE
1992 issue of the comic book Batman, with the Dark Knight swinging through a grim industrial landscape, signed by Batman creator Bob Kane
Inscribed comic book signed "To/Kama/Bob/Kane". Color, 36 pages including covers, 6¾x10¼, bound with two staples. Feb. 1992 issue of Batman, no. 474. Script by Alan Grant, art by Norm Breyfogle, colors by Adrienne Roy. ©1991 DC Comics, Inc. This is the first chapter, titled A Tale of Two Cities, of the series The Destroyer.In 1939, 18-year-old Kane (1915-1998), born Robert Kahn and a doodler, was challenged by his boss at DC Comics to create a superhero. Kane responded by ingeniously combining the fear of bats and the use of disguises from the 1920s silent films The Bat and The Mark of Zorro with drawings from Leonardo da Vinci to create his heroic character, Batman. His renderings of Batman, Robin and their villainous counterparts transcended the fledgling comic book industry. Kane's superhero and his alter ego, Bruce Wayne (modeled on the artist himself), have been the subject of a campy TV series (1966-1968) and a series of Batman films, including Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992), Batman Forever (1995), Batman & Robin (1997), Batman Begins (2005) and The Dark Knight (2008), as well as a spin-off film, Catwoman (2004). Fine condition.

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