Batman comic strip

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This page contains information about Batman comic strip Volume. The Batman comic strip first appeared in newspapers in At first titled Batman and Robin , a later incarnation was titled just Batman. It had three major runs in American newspapers The Batman comic strip first appeared in newspapers in It had three major runs in American newspapers and two minor runs.

The Daily Batman!

Batman | Newspaper Comic Strips

Welcome to The Daily Batman, my archive of the little-seen Batman newspaper comic strip from ! These strips were posted daily to simulate the original newspaper experience. This blog has since become inactive, but you are still welcome to read, reblog, and comment! Just scroll back to the first strip and work your way forward. Written by Max Allan Collins, the prolific veteran writer of crime novels and comics such as Road to Perdition, which was adapted to film starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman. During his brief tenure writing for Batman, Collins created the Post-Crisis reboot of Jason Todd, turning him into a tough street kid who stole the tires off the Batmobile.

Top 10 Batman Comic Strip Stories

Between and , back in the early days of the Golden Age of Comics, a certain superhero leapt off the pages of the comic books and into the daily newspapers: the Caped Crusader himself, Batman! Nowadays, that may not seem like a big deal, but back in the 40s, news strips were actually where the REAL money was. In fact, many superheroes, such as Superman, were originally intended to be published as strip characters, and only became characters of the books when strip publishers refused to accept and print them. Comic books were still a medium in its infancy; even specifically themed comics, such as those at DC, made less and were considered less important, in some way, than strips.
The Batman comic strip began on October 25, , a few years after the creation of the comic book Batman. The comic strip had three major and two minor runs in American newspapers. The first series was written by Bob Kane and others. It was published as both a daily strip and a Sunday strip. This series has been reprinted by DC Comics and Kitchen Sink Press in one paperback volume of Sunday strips and three paperback volumes of daily strips.