Batman Batman first swooped into comic books in 1939. Now 63 years later, the caped crusader is still selling comic books and starring in TV shows and movies. On Morning Edition, Jon Kalish explores Batman's origins as part of NPR's Present at the Creation series.

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Batman first swooped into comic books in 1939. Now 63 years later, the caped crusader is still selling comic books and starring in TV shows and movies. On Morning Edition, Jon Kalish explores Batman's origins as part of NPR's Present at the Creation series.

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