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Bill Finger was the primary co-creator and original writer of Batman. However, cartoonist Bob Kane took full credit causing Finger to remain anonymous to the public to this day. Finger lived most of his life in the Bronx from the late 1910s to approximately 1943. It was in Poe Park where Finger mostly sat and created or co-created most of the costumes and the other Gotham characters.

El Caballero de la noche, de disfraz oscuro e identidad desconocida, actuaba fuera de la ley y sin motivos públicamente conocidos. Esto permitirá que muchos desconfíen de su actuación y hasta lo persigan como a un criminal más.

Batman es experto en el uso de técnicas de interrogatorio, el empleo de cualquier cosa, desde los métodos de aplicación de la ley a la tortura absoluta.

La primera aparición de Joker se produjo en el cómic Batman Nº 1 a comienzos de 1940. La creación conceptual del villano fue concebida por el asistente de arte Jerry Robinson y luego rediseñada por Bill Finger y Bob Kane.

El personaje de Batman se ha convertido en los últimos años en un producto de consumo de masas, ayudado por las películas de Cristopher Nolan.

La capa de Batman está hecha de un material que le sirve para "volar" planeando desde los edificios de Gotham. Batman no tiene superpoderes,

John F. Kennedy grew up in The Bronx in the late 1920s when his father was a Wall Street speculator. He lived in Riverdale on 252nd Street and Independence Avenue and attended the Riverdale Country School. When he was running for President in 1960, at a big rally on the Grand Concourse and Fordham Road, he admitted that he came from The Bronx.

Carl Reiner, born in The Bronx in 1922, grew up in the Tremont area. A man with a ready wit, he became a writer and performer in early television in the late 1940s with Sid Caesar on “Your Show of Shows.” He continued to live in The Bronx, where his son, Rob Reiner, was born in 1945. Reiner later branched out into the movies, becoming a producer and director, and well as serving those functions and as an actor on television comedies.

Red Buttons (born Aaron Chwatt; February 5, 1919 – July 13, 2006) was an American comedian. Born in 1920, Red Buttons grew up on the streets of The Bronx to become a Catskill Borscht Belt comedian. His wisecracks and animated comedy got him on early television variety shows and his own show as well. He displayed unexpected dramatic acting talent in the film “Sayonara,” which brought him the Oscar for best supporting actor. He never forgot his Bronx origins, often returning to his favorite…