Who created superman and batman
Batman vs. Superman: The Greatest Battles by Frank MillerTHE MAN OF STEEL AGAINST THE DARK KNIGHT!
Superman and Batman are usually allies, but when they do have to go toe-to-toe, it’s the ultimate battle of brains versus brawn! Can an ordinary man take down an opponent with the power of a god? Can even superpowers prevail against a tactical genius who is never less than ten steps ahead?
From all-star comic talents Frank Miller, Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, Jeph Loeb, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and more, these stories tackle the oldest fan debate in comics: Who would win—Superman or Batman?
Collects BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS #4, BATMAN #612, BATMAN #35-36, SUPERMAN/BATMAN #32 and #78, and JUSTICE LEAGUE #2.
8 Things You May Not Know About Superman
This so-called Superman, intoxicated by power, then kills the mad scientist and begins taking over the world until the enchantment wears off and he once again becomes a nobody. Soon after, Siegel and his friend Joe Shuster, who illustrated the piece, revamped Superman as a good guy with an alien backstory, a secret identity and a cape, among other features that would come to define him. For several years, Siegel and Shuster unsuccessfully pitched their comic strip idea to newspaper syndicates. Siegel and Shuster earned fairly high salaries writing and illustrating Superman comics. A financially struggling Siegel returned to the company in , accepting standard pay and no byline.
Superman is a fictional superhero. The character was created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster , and first appeared in Action Comics 1 , a comic book published on April 18, Superman was born on the planet Krypton and was given the name Kal-El at birth. As a baby, his parents sent him to Earth in a small spaceship moments before Krypton was destroyed in a natural cataclysm. His ship landed in the American countryside, near the fictional town of Smallville. Clark developed various superhuman abilities, such as incredible strength and impervious skin. His foster parents advised him to use his abilities for the benefit of humanity, and he decided to fight crime as a vigilante.
Bob Kane was born in New York City in He attended high school with future comic book great Will Eisner. After getting his start as an animator, Kane began working with comic books in as an employee at Jerry Iger and Will Eisner's comic book packaging company. Eventually, like many of the young artists that worked for the packaging companies like Iger-Eisner, Kane went to work directly for a comic book publisher. Superman became a sensation and by early , National wanted more superheroes. So, Bob Kane threw his hat into the ring with his new idea—Batman.