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"bill finger" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"bill finger" Discussed on 710 WOR

"W O R. Well, Here's the kind of story that will send you scurrying to your attic. To see if you have any old comic books from your childhood. Vintage issue of the Batman number one comic book that man number one came out in 1940. And The stories by Bill Finger and it was illustrated by the Great Bob Kane. This vintage 1940 Batman number one sold at auction on Sunday. Get this letter to $10.2 million. $2.2 million for the old Batman comic book now. It's not the first comic book to feature the Caped crusader. He actually first appeared in something called Detective Comics Number 27, which actually sold for 1.5 million in November. But the Batman number one comic book introduces us to Who of Batman's biggest adversaries, the Joker. And Catwoman. Now I found a couple of Catwoman because when I was a kid growing up I love the old Batman TV series with Adam West and Burt Ward. It was always on time I got home from after school, I think was the S e think of starting 66. So I was wasn't really around for the original. But I would always watch the reruns in the afternoon and I was always remember the very sexy Julie Newmar as Catwoman so well, here's old Julie from the sixties, The sonic Beam in this gun can slice like a hot knife through the high priced spread. But every sin impasse Shall I steal your voice or end your life? Whichever you decide, I'm sure it will be the wrong choice. Have a pretty sharp tongue for a man about the second bite of this world. Batman. Big big for your mortal existence. I'd rather die than beg for such a small favor as my life. Doesn't that remind you of the way Natalie sometimes threatens us around here Now he's got a little cat woman. She's got a little cat woman here. Do a little Catwoman personality sort of, you know, Thanks for your life, leading beg for your life if you don't get out in time. I don't wear that outfit to work, though. Tell you that much. That was some outfits. Really? Woz was something Catwoman was also played by the wonderful singer Eartha Kitt. So here's a little bit of Earth a campus Catwoman. I want to live it. Big boy made good cat woman with a.

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"bill finger" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:32 min | 6 months ago

"bill finger" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Michigan Supreme Court with a special statute in Michigan because in Michigan's constitution, they wrote it in two years ago that everyone in Michigan has a rightto one audit in our Constitution and we have the right to safeguard that accuracy and integrity I talked about earlier. No, I can't throw somebody in jail, right? This is a civil lawsuit. I'm just doing my part to get them their rights their due, But I do call upon the others. T ask these hard questions of the head of elections, asked his hard questions of the secretary of state. Why aren't you releasing the rest of the data? Why aren't you allowing an independent on? Why are you telling your people in a memo that we acquired as of two days ago? 12 1 to destroy Ballot boxes and destroy evidence is those should be preserved by statute under law for a period of two years under federal law. Why are you telling local precincts? This is coming right from the top. This is coming from the head of the election, and you have the letter to back to back. You have this this directive to violate the law. You have a copy of it. Yeah, I do. And so we're trying to prove that it's authentic, But you know to me, you know, it's it's one of those challenges at least asked that question. What is going on here? These air? Simple questions to ask, Right. The chain of custody is something that even small kids can understand. Right. Who's got the stapler? Who's got the pencil? You know? Did you bring your own book to school today? Johnny, Right. Little kids understand chain of custody. And it's used all over. You know, when we did elections in Afghanistan and Iraq and other places around the world, you know we had a chain of custody now there was a place that was known to be lawless and we imposed a Republican. Representative democracy People dipped their finger in ink, and you could hold it up. And it would last for a couple of days. And you knew that that one person voted one time and one time only right? They couldn't preserve Bill Finger. Yes, I remember. Yeah, the purple finger. You remember the visuals in your head here? You can't do that throughout Michigan because we have evidence of people voting more than once We have people who say they voted, but their votes were thrown out. We have other people who say they didn't vote. And yet there's a been a ballot cast in their name where the purple fingers so to speak, and that's all stuff that's on Lee in that hand, and of those election officials And so to me. Just ask those hard questions. Let's get those log books. They should be signatures on there. When you put something in a ballot or take it out. You're supposed to sign for it. This is not that tough As long as you're paying attention. Yelp, Michigan, Michigan is known for its cold winters. And sometimes you know, sometimes winter comes early, and I'm afraid that our lawmakers People. You know the popularly elected officials in the Legislature or hibernating right now, and they really need to sit up straight, pay attention and do the heavy lifting. Now, before we just rember, stand something lawless or illegal. It's really It's really sad to see and and Dr Tarver and others Kristina and others coming forward. Paying attention wanting the best for their own communities wanting the best for everyone. Those are people of good will, and I would encourage anybody if you've seen something, right, See something say something. Pay attention here, because if you don't do it now, I'm afraid that it's just going to get worse in the future. And and that's why I asked this question of Kristina that what has been the reaction now that you very publicly now pointed out everything that you've been seeing that shouldn't be happening. And as an election observer, you know a lot of times, people they attempt To say that I'm lying, You know, and I like I was saying before. I think it's because they say thoroughly believed that the news let me let me just interrupt you quickly. You did sign an affidavit. And you know that you do so if you lie in it that you do it with the understanding of the penalty of perjury exist for you right under. Yep. I understand all of that, and that's the part to me shot our biggest fight of the information board. Me. That is our number one fight because most of the public knew what was happening. They were right up. But our local news media outlets keeps saying that all these are incredible. These Ahron verified. That's why we're asking for an investigation. In fact, the public hasn't they brought common sense after window. So when someone says these are on verified, Okay? Yes, That's what so verifies them by conducting an investigation. Then you will verify what we're saying. They don't. They don't even want to do that. They don't want to take the time because the fix is in. I don't know what their direct relationship is. But what was even more things like, for example, one of our way and bored, waiting Tony Board of Canvassers. There are local NBC affiliate when outside his home and show his address. But this is the kind of new instead with pity the living. So this is the we're dealing with here. And so now, when you have a new media trying to discredit us people think we're liars. They're spending. We hate messages. I mean, most of the messages have been positive, but ah, lot of them are hate messages to visit. They're so consumed with the fact that Donald Trump is just so not the fact that what they think is the fact that Donald Trump is just such a terrible person that anybody who's complicity in supporting him and perpetuating this evil muscle but by the floppy evil themselves. They're just consumed with this irrational hatred that they're not interested, and they can't even conceptualize how logical witnesses ask Heaven investigation they their minds can't wrap around that they're just so brainwashed. It's like a high up is being ran on the American people. It it's actually quite scary because what else can the media convince people to do? It was. You know, I've dealt with this my whole career. Christina. Look, we did something that no one else did. We vetted Barack Obama. You know we were. We got the Russia story right there. There was Russian and appearance was Hillary's dossier. And that was used then to acquire Fiza warrants the bulk of the information in advisor warrants to spy on a candidate Donald Trump his transition team and then his presidency. We've been vetting the Biden family corruption business since 2018 and Peter Schweizer is secret empires. We? We We ask questions that nobody else would ask about. Why is by nine thing in the basement the entire time. No, this is, I think, would what we've always done differently. What's why were independent and we go our own way. And now Dr Linda Lee Tarver, you like Kristina, going your own way. What's been the reaction to you? The reaction for me has been, um, very much the same. But in reality, it's it's I'm convinced that our president has won this election. In Michigan. I believe that he overwhelmingly received the votes and the activities and illegal activities that has taken place is demonstrating the desperation.

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"bill finger" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:46 min | 6 months ago

"bill finger" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And we have the right to safeguard that accuracy and integrity I talked about earlier. No, I can't throw somebody in jail, right? This is a civil lawsuit. I'm just doing my part to get them their rights their due, But I do call upon the others. T ask these hard questions of the head of elections, asked his hard questions of the secretary of state. Why aren't you releasing the rest of the data? Why aren't you allowing an independent on? Why are you telling your people in a memo that we acquired as of two days ago? 12 1 to destroy Ballot boxes and destroy evidence is those should be preserved by statute under law for a period of two years under federal law. Why are you telling local precincts? This is coming right from the top. This is coming from the head of the election, and you have the letter to back to back. You have this this directive to violate the law. You have a copy of it. Yeah, I do. And so we're trying to prove that it's authentic, But you know to me, you know, it's it's one of those challenges at least asked that question. What is going on here? These are simple questions to ask, Right. The chain of custody is something that even small kids can understand. Right. Who's got the stapler? Who's got the pencil? You know. Did you bring your own book to school today? Johnny, Right, Little kids understand chain of custody. And it's used all over. You know, when we did elections in Afghanistan and Iraq and other places around the world, you know we had a chain of custody now there was a place that was known to be lawless and we imposed a Republican. Representative democracy People dipped their finger in ink, and you could hold it up. And it would last for a couple of days. And you knew that that one person voted one time and one time only right? They couldn't preserve Bill Finger. Yes. Remember the purple finger? You remember the visuals in your head? Here. You can't do that throughout Michigan because we have evidence of people voting more than once We have people who say they voted, but their votes were thrown out. We have other people who say they didn't vote. And yet there's a bent a ballot cast in their name where the purple fingers so to speak, and that's all stuff that's on Lee. In the hand of those election officials And so to me. Just ask those hard questions. Let's get those log books. They should be signatures on there. When you put something in a ballot or take it out. You're supposed to sign for it. This is not that tough As long as you're paying attention. You know, Michigan, Michigan is known for its cold winters. And sometimes you know, sometimes winter comes early, and I'm afraid that our lawmakers People. You know, the popularly elected officials in the Legislature are hibernating right now, and they really need to sit up straight, pay attention and do the heavy lifting. Now, before we just rubber stamp something lawless or illegal. It's really It's really sad to see Um and and Dr Tarver and others Kristina and others coming forward. Paying attention wanting the best for their own communities wanting the best for everyone. Those are people of good will, and I would encourage anybody if you've seen something, right, See something say something. Pay attention here, because if you don't do it now, I'm afraid that it's just going to get worse in the future. And and that's why it's so Let me ask this question of Kristina. Then what has been the reaction now that you very publicly now pointed out everything that you've been seeing that shouldn't be happening. And as an election observer, you know a lot of times, people they attempt to say that I'm lying. You know, and I like I was saying before. I think it's because they thoroughly believed that the news. Let me let me just interrupt you quickly. You did sign enough for David. And you know that you do so if you lie in it that you do it with the understanding of the penalty of perjury exist for you, right? Yep. And I understand all of that, and that's the part to me shot our biggest fight of the information war. Me that as our number one fight because of most of the public knew what was happening. They were right up. But our local news media outlets keeps saying that all these are incredible. These Ahron verified. That's why we're asking for an investigation. In fact, the public hasn't they brought common sense after window. So when someone says he's on verified, Okay, Yeah, that's what's so verifies them by conducting an investigation when you will verify what we're saying. They don't. They don't even want to do that. They don't want to take the time because the fix is in. I don't know what their direct relationship is. But what was even more upsetting like, for example, one of our Wayne born Wayne County Board of Canvassers. Our local NBC affiliate, went outside his home and show his address. So this this is the kinda instead with pity he lives in. So this is the we're dealing with here. And so now, when you have the news media trying to discredit us People think we're liars is spinning. We hate messages. I mean, most of the messages wasn't positive. But ah, lot of them are hate messages. So they're just they're so consumed with the fact that Donald Trump is just so not the fact that what they think is the fact that Donald Trump is just such a terrible person that anybody who's complicity in supporting him and and perpetuating this evil muscle, but by the slot be evil themselves. So they're just consumed with this irrational hatred that they're not interested, and they can't even conceptualize how logical witnesses didn't ask Heaven investigation they mind can't wrap around that they're just so brainwashed. It's like a sigh up has been ran on the American people. It's actually quite scary because what else can the media convince people to do? It was. You know, I've dealt with this my whole career. Christina. Look, we did something that no one else did. We vetted Barack Obama. You know we were. We got the Russia story right there. There was Russian and appearance was Hillary's dossier. And that was used then to acquire FISA warrants the bulk of the information he had Feisal warrants to spy on a candidate Donald Trump his transition team and then his presidency. We've been vetting the Biden family corruption business since 2018 and Peter Schweizer is secret empires. We? We We ask questions that nobody else would ask about. Why is by 19 in the basement the entire time. No, this is, I think, would what we've always done differently. What's why were independent and we go our own way. And now Dr Linda Lee Tarver, you like Kristina, going your own way. What's been the reaction to you? The reaction for me has been, um very much. The same, but in reality, it's it's I'm convinced that our president has won this election in Michigan believe that he overwhelmingly received the votes. And the activities and illegal activities that has taken place is demonstrating the desperation that the Democrats have had and the fear. That they've had that he would when re election and a leg and I'm just waiting for the truth to come out and prosecutions to follow. You know, it just is a sad thing when you consider in the stakes are being so high, and you know all of these witnesses, signing affidavits all under the penalty of perjury..

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"bill finger" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

08:08 min | 8 months ago

"bill finger" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"8554503733. And we really need a device sitting here that starts recording as soon as we go out to commercial because I'm here with Mark and we talk about some of the most asset nine things, too. The brakes like that, wasn't it? We disagree on everything in life, really, too. But we also agree that we should be free to disagree. So we agree on that one point, Yes, but we were just having a discussion about rock music. And what rock music is supposed to be about whether or not bar with the Bob by Kid Rock is a great song. So God, we need to record some of these for sure. Send my best All my homies in cellblock H, but we're talking with Don from Pennsylvania here, but mark before we go back six before we go back to don, you were talking about Mickey Mouse as it relates to intellectual property, and I assume you met making Mars Mickey Mouse is a symbol of the power of Disney. No, I mean specifically the character. So there's basically two when talking about intellectual property laws in America. It's very difficult to have a conversation without talking about two people. Sonny Bono, as in Sonny and Cher. Who was at one point representative or a senator, or something like that from California. And he put together I think was 99 years plus the artist lifetime or something like that. And you have to remember that we live in a country whose national anthem The you know, the music behind the national anthem is from a hymn that people like singing to the state of the That song is an English drinking song. It. It was. It is stolen the by the standards that we talked about today. Now they used to do that all the time just took the lyrics and change them. There's a reason that the twinkle twinkle Little star in a B and the ABC is go to the same song. A B C D e a twinkle twinkle Right. It's the same song Shan and no one is outraged, right? But somehow if you take the bass line from under pressure And put it to your new rap song. It's It's a capital case. And I say that, you know, obviously this is infringement upon art. And by the way rap is full of sampling and these sorts of things. Let's talk about Mickey Mouse. Mickey Mouse will again in the near future. His Ah is copyright will come up again because it keeps on coming up in the government keeps on acquiescing to Disney. And extending out Mickey Mouse's copyright because Disney is all about the intellectual property. Now, this is the same, very rich, very powerful organization that had I think it was It was several billion dollar movies in 2019. I mean, they are powerful and the government just keeps on saying OK, Well, you're you're making ass is old. And they don't want somebody, but I hope to be able to use Mickey Mouse and make cartoons or comics or whatever with this intellectual property. And they're very concerned with that. And basically I don't know what's going to happen in 50 years when 50 years from now when, when Disney is still pushing Mickey Mouse I mean, it's just ridiculous at some point or another character needs to come into the public domain. Onion is just e. Mickey Mouse's basically obsolete and he's got this little show this for light toddlers from people. Her age is like 2 to 4. But after that, Mickey Mouse's None exist. I mean, we're not talking about the nineties here where there was goof troupe in all of these other derivatives of Mickey Mouse. We're talking Right now, there's only the Mickey Mouse show. I don't even know what it's called. Now. I don't know what a is a shadow of his former self. I know that they might be, Giants wrote the theme song, for It is quite an earworm. Yet as my my nephew loved that song when he was growing up, so let's get back to Don, who was talking about the subject. Don. Are you still with us? I am. Thank you very much. So Mickey Mouse. Do you think it should be? Public domain at this point Well, you know, it's funny. You should mention that because like in when I'm not doing what I'm doing. I'm actually a writer, and I'm constantly looking for public domain characters to try and reinvent and There's also several Facebook groups that I'm a part of dedicated to public domain, superheroes comic books that were printed about the same time when Batman and Superman first appeared, But for whatever reason there, copyrights allowed of, um Stop there. Copyrights fell out, and they're now public domain characters that you can now you There's quite a few of them out there. You know, I would. But I think the shadow is one of them. Perhaps Dick Tracy and a few of them out there, but I don't think those guys are. Don't think those guys are but like lesser known guys like called Like the Black terror, the black fury. Us Jones a Zai, writer myself, Donna Donna, I'm sorry. I have to say that I disagree with the idea entirely was I published something. I'm making it public. It becomes public. As soon as I publish it, that's what it means to publish something. If you don't want people to use your characters, then don't publicize your work. Don't make it available to the public. To me. Art is something that isn't It's not just something. The Creator experiences is something that the readers experience is something that the listeners experience, and I would also find out that in the case of comic books, for instance, Simon and Schuster died In poverty. Jack Kirby was never happy with how he was compensated. And Stanley stole all the limelight from this. You know the guy really one of those names. I know a Stanley All right, Jack Kirby. We're living in Jack Kirby's world. This guy was the greatest comic artist to ever exist and co creator in many ways. I think that in my opinion apologies to the listener, Martin sometimes nerds out about superhero books, Right? So anyway, what I'm trying to say is this the big company always takes the money. And the artist always get screwed in the current system. Jack Kirby invent all of these superheroes and Stanley stole them stole may not be the right term, but he took Coke co creator credit. It's the best way to look at it is Look at what happened with that man between Bob Kane, who created the concept of Ah guy wearing Ah, taking a bat. Does seem for costume and another individual biting bill Finger, who basically said Let's give him a darker costume with the pointed ears and Led to all the stories, and he basically flushed out the idea. So what Batman is today. When you see him in a cartoon or a movie, it's pretty much AA. Lot of Daddy's for lack of a better term. The Assistance of Bill Finger, and I would argue that it's It's tragic that Kane didn't you know, get credit from the other altar from the other comic book creator in this case, But if If he had it been free to take the concept of Batman and turn it into this concept that was glorified and was popularized. We wouldn't have Batman today. So to me, this was a good thing and was screwed up of the guy who co opted it to not give proper credit. Think of all the waste. I mean, there's certainly some opportunities for people to get ripped off of their ideas in different ways, and they're currently getting ripped off with their ideas. And that happens all the time. But all the waste that goes into the ZIP attorneys and these comic book companies that suit each other for decades over these characters and the the gigantic amount of I mean, everyone every What is it? 10 years or something? Marvel in D. C, we'll. We'll try it out these old ass characters that they have just so that they can retain the copyright The Wizard from mean..

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"bill finger" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"bill finger" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Amount matches what bill Finger surpassed Patterson Heroes Act. The friend of a friend in dollars were signed in laws Haven't a bipartisan There's actors, unfortunately, certainly supported by strong and efficient This bill, Mrs concerned anyway, that will ultimately make it harder to move operations and with both Forest service set on a steady course. The general's actions today, saying based on the concern, but somehow I'm being driven somehow in Bangor Amount related mail, including valid is accurate. Rather a long time and service. And while the actions taken back Master Little's joy and professor intended help address those challenges for service. A sufficient fashion on the end of continue off learning Well in the 2021 natural joy. Repeated mint can obligations. Respect going, Elektra male Congressman Tom Cole. During today's House Rules Committee meeting held virtually the committee voted along party lines to issue a closed rule for debate on this bill Close means no amendments allowed. There's going to be two hours of general debate before the vote. The house takes that up Saturday at 10 A.m. Eastern, You can listen live here on C SPAN radio. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, said this week is unlikely to vote on a standalone postal service bill. But the Republican majority there is working on a smaller Corona virus relief package that aides say will include $10 billion for the post office. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 190 NASDAQ up 46 S and P Up 11 to close at a new record. 33 97 Washington Today continues in a minute with campaign 2020 Sundays at noon Eastern time here, interviews with national leaders and journalists round tables on.

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"bill finger" Discussed on Drawn To It

Drawn To It

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"bill finger" Discussed on Drawn To It

"A different posts. So it's Felix Juggling his nine lives. Oh look at that. It'd be an rebel and you're doing a subliminal message. Artists through and through. Oh, that's great. That's great, have you? Have you heard of Robert, crumb. Think so no you. Should look into heap. You ever see that cartoon. Sketch of the guy taken a step in the foot. Come in way toward you. It's a real force perspective, and it says keep on truckin. That's him, but that's like his cleanest image. He ever drew. Like is just yeah, so. Anyway you might get a kick out of him. Up. Yeah is it's well worth it. There's a documentary about him. In the whole underground comic scene, and people are speaking of colorful people. What made me think of it? You mentioned Felix the cat, and for some reason he popped up, but Yeah, you might get a kick out of that. But yeah, so I like to talk a little bit about the convention scene. And, How how much of your time do conventions take up? Are you on a regular tour with them? And when you're there? Is that A situation of you're there. With your art stuff and you hope that nobody brings up bill. or You know what I mean. No. Me? One AMAC conventions I want my schedule varies. It depends on You know who wants to have maybe part of their convention. So it's different every year. Except for Sandy Oh COMECON, go to every year on that one. I attend the Will Eisner Awards in present the Bill Finger Award. So I do go out to San. Diego every year. Except for this year unfortunately, but the are making San Diego Comic Con free this online for people who want to watch the panel, so that's awesome. You know it really does vary. I do a lot of smaller conventions AB- done. A few of the big.

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"bill finger" Discussed on Drawn To It

Drawn To It

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"bill finger" Discussed on Drawn To It

"Who's trained the characters just to go with it. See if it's a good story. Yes DC has been trying to cram ally into every single movie. They've been doing and I. think that's one of the things that kind of cling away from them out high-quality superhero movies at least with the Batman titles or the DC. Tales So. I think that they were trying to over. Compete with marvel instead of just doing their own. Yup. Really. Quality instead of just trying to see what they were doing trying to mimic it. Yes. I I agree with everything you just said, but I'm still hopeful. Every time you see film comes out I'm there I just? GonNa do. Totally yeah. A lot of people on Ben. Affleck and I think he was a great. That man emperor swing. That's that's not easy. Really. It was actually only favorite. He was my favorite. Good. I hated aluminium. Film not the actor. Person portraying the character like you can't S-. People have a hard time separating the two, and and you know I thought he really did. An amazing job just like Michael Key and was able to pull off both characters, and that's not easy. No. Michael Keaton from you know the announcement. The whole world was against him. Like. This is ridiculous. But he did it. You know. People were stuck with Mr Mom. Comedy that he did instead of seeing that he was really diverse actor who is capable of doing serious things I mean he had just put out a serious movie. Like right after the announcement that he was doing it, and and people had had seen it yet, or they felt that it was you know. Is this work on whatever the reason for not giving him the benefit of the doubt. With this whole Patterson thing people were hating on him already and I'm like you can't hang on someone if you haven't even seen them. Try so like. Give them a chance. Let's see what he does in. No, he's not just a glittery vampire. So? Many indie films that. You know I didn't even see the twilight series like I didn't touch that with a ten foot pole. Yeah. I wish I could say the same, but I've been forced to watch it many times. So while you. You do things when you love somebody you know. So. Know. And to be fair, she sits through all my bigfoot. UFO shows too so. Have have you had opportunity to be on set for any of these projects as a sort of a? Consultant. How great would that be? Well, there's people out there. That have asked like why I'm not doing like what Stanley did with the cameos in stuff and I'm like I don't know brought it up to them that. feely doing cameos in style really. Whole and I'm like yeah, I mean. They want to see someone part of. The legacy to be there. Those. Might Change might not. I don't know I brought it up to him. That's all I can do. I can't force them to make. No. That'd be so terrific and I think very. Very valid. To. Be Fun and I mean again to..

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INSIDE THE BATMAN 80TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT

The Promised Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

INSIDE THE BATMAN 80TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT

"Week a Soko exhibit opened marking the eightieth anniversary of Batmans nineteen thirty nine first appearance in detective. -tective comics number twenty seven where he was known as the Batman with a hyphen. Quote a mysterious and adventurous figure fighting for righteousness and apprehending the wrongdoer in his lonely only battle against the evil forces of society and quote news of the exhibit will already be familiar to regular readers of the Malaysian foodie website. The premiere from your food blog in Malaysia with over one hundred thousand page views per month. But I digress. The site of the Batman Exhibit is the Link Hotel on channel all Hamas Boulevard. A block east of the art museum and a block south of Ecolo Hospital which hotel we discussed on the podcast a year ago when it was selected by the generally considered authoritative for such matters fodders research group as one of the hundred most incredible hotels in the world. Not least because it has a cool the exhibit space dedicated to cool exhibits of Cool Street. Art curated around cool themes which is cool and apparently incredible the cool curator of the Batman exhibit but is french-born Tel Aviv. Photographer Painter Gallery owner and Link Hotel Permanent Chief Art Curator Daniel Sea bony see bones own contribution to the exhibit is a painting of Bruce Wayne decked out in a Tony suit holding a gun and wearing the mask while beside him stands wonder woman as played by Gaga wrote a work of art art that promises to further inflame social media. That has been well a twitter about whether these two superheroes are an item ever since the two thousand seventeen man vs Superman dawn of justice movie depicted. A spark of sexual tension between Batman and wonderwoman also in the exhibit are works by I Tel Aviv. Street artists Midge polly. Max Mister Smile Urban Lover and Yankel art if those even are their real names as well. As the less colorfully named Dan John Gruber Aladdin's villain Kacha Grachev. Ski and Zohar Yusefi on many of the paintings themselves are trippy. Dive into our collective unconscious chest although alongside those union. Paintings are also profoundly. Forty and one's reminding one Wi fi. Swiss circle broke from the Vienna circle in the first place. You say totem told them I say taboo in the end. It is probably no surprise that Intel Aviv one of the world's leading centers of Psycho dynamic theory and practice and exhibit about a dark character entered devised by two Jews. That's Bob Kane and bill finger and depicting as a great galumph with a British Butler. It's hero it. Is the Freudian an interpretation that dominates the exhibit. But still no matter where your loyalties lie in the Great Psychoanalysis Wars of the early twentieth century. Even if you're an ad Laurean or a rightfully in with the funding for Oregon boxes you will find something cool to love in the exhibition space at the hotel and arguably nothing captures the spirit of the city. We love so well Tel Aviv. Leave Jaffa better than an exhibit offering. One after another fever dreamt visual midrasz by Tel Aviv. Artists on a lung of a character fever dream by two New York Jewish artists obsessed as they might be in nineteen thirty nine by the evil forces of society which leaves you to wonder just a bit about eternal questions of good and evil and crime in punishment as well as about very modern questions of art in the age of mechanical

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"bill finger" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bill finger" Discussed on KOMO

"Lane is blocked that is creating a slowdown next report ten oh four I might Conklin komo news forecast I mark Christopher club to be rolling in after what turned out to be a pretty good Saturday here for me to get on in July and it was great to see a husky win as well in Provo Utah we're looking at soggy drenching rain come Sunday showers by afternoon then upper forties to low fifties for overnight lows mid sixties for the daytime high for back to dry conditions Monday and Tuesday that's the latest from the cold weather center. he's eighty years old and he still dresses up like it's Halloween to fight crime. nine four one heck with another call more extra it was on September twenty first nineteen thirty nine that detective comics number twenty seven hit the newsstands marking the first ever appearance of Batman. asked to venture created by Bob Kane and bill finger went on to appear in countless comic books and has been portrayed on screen by more actors than perhaps any other fictional hero cave we have a one moment to lose. the card would you suggest. the gorgeous once media..

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"bill finger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Still on duty legendary duo, the promo for Batman, and Robin and a sixty s TV show applies today as Batman turns eighty NPR's Glen Weldon reports on a hero whose adapted to changing times eighty years old and still kicking and punching lots of punching punching is kind of his thing. We don't have to go over his origin story. You know, the drill dark alley mugger dead. Parents what you might not know is that when he began back in detective comics twenty seven and nineteen thirty nine his co creators Bill finger and Bob Kane had him kill folk a lot in his first year alone. He sent twenty four criminals to their deaths, plus two vampires a pack aware wolves handful of giant mutants because you know, comics, and he always did it with a grim smile. It didn't last his publishers worried that parents would balk at all that violence. So just one year end. They course corrected by introducing his sidekick, Robin, the boy wonder to lighten the tone it worked. Holy jack-in-the-box. Exactly. Boy wonder Batman was the first comics hero to pivot like that to be nimble enough to react to changes in his audience. It's one reason he took off right away in the nineteen forties. Leaping from comic books to daily newspaper strips. He got a recurring stint on Superman's radio show and even a couple of movie serials to himself. Yes. That man clad somber cock tomb, which is terror to the heart of many swaggering, Donald. The lightness just kept increasing into the nineteen sixties when it came to a head on national TV here at the height of the counterculture. Batman was a real square. Why jump? Restaurants safety when that sixties Batman television series. Ended the comics would course, correct again, Batman ditched, Robin and went back to being alone of injure of the night because the fans wanted him to the movies took their cue from the comics. But even there the cycle kept turning director. Tim Burton made a couple of dark Batman movies in the eighties and nineties then Joel Schumacher made a couple let's call them light that man movies and.

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"bill finger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We don't have to go over to his origin story. You know, the drill dark alley mugger dead. Parents what you might not know is that when he began back in detective comics twenty seven in nineteen thirty nine his co creators Bill finger and Bob Kane had him kill folk a lot in his first year alone. He sent twenty four criminals to their deaths, plus two vampires a pack aware wolves and a handful of giant mutants because you know, comics, and he always did it with a grim smile. It didn't last his publishers worried that parents would bulk at all that violence. So just one year end. They course corrected by introducing his sidekick, Robin, the boy wonder to lighten the tone it worked. Holy jack-in-the-box game. Boy wonder Batman was the first comics hero to pivot like that to be nimble enough to react to changes in his audience. It's one reason he took off right away in the nineteen forties. Leaping from comic books to daily newspaper strips. He got a recurring stint on Superman's radio show, and even a couple of movie serials to himself that man clad in Massamba cocktail, which is fuck terror to the heart of many swaggering. The lightness just kept increasing into the nineteen sixties when it came to a head on national TV here at the height of the counterculture. Batman was a real square. Why should Trump restaurant safety when that sixties Batman television series? Ended the comics would course, correct again, Batman ditched, Robin and went back to being alone of injure of the night because the fans wanted him to the movies took their cue from the comics. But even there the cycle kept turning director. Tim Burton made a couple of dark Batman movies in the eighties and nineties then Joel Schumacher made a couple let's call them light back man movies and more recently Christopher Nolan came along Batman grim and gritty again with a dark Knight trilogy. You can find fans of every version of Batman in some surprising places, including the US congress. Vermont Senator Patrick layhee who's made cameo appearances in five Batman films was born just a year after Batman was and the dark. Knight got his hooks in early pick of the first Batman comic whereas four or five years old, and I loved that couldn't wait for the next one. It makes me mad that a lawmaker like lay find such an affinity for a costumed lawbreaker. But for him. It's what Batman stands for that matters. He'd put other people first. He didn't have the comfortable life. The could. Wealth and everything else. He tried to help others may or may not agree with his tactics. Every time base trying to now others that's not a bad motive tavern life. That motive is the one thing about him that doesn't change. So whether you like your Batman, all gothic.

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"bill finger" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Steve Inskeep. No matter what happens in this unsettling world. At least Batman is on the case. On are still on duty. Not legendary duo the promo for Batman and Robin and a nineteen sixties TV show. Applies today as Batman turns eighty NPR's Glen Weldon reports on a hero whose adapted to changing times eighty years old and still kicking and punching lots of punching punching is kind of his thing. We don't have to go over his origin story. You know, the drill dark alley mugger dead. Parents what you might not know is that when he began back in detective comics twenty seven and nineteen thirty nine his co creators Bill finger and Bob Kane had him kill folk lot in his first year alone. He sent twenty four criminals to their deaths, plus two vampires a pack aware wolves and a handful of giant mutants because you know, comics, and he always did it with a grim smile. It didn't last his publishers worried that parents would bulk at all that violence. So just one year end. They course corrected by introducing his sidekick, Robin, the boy wonder to lighten the tone it worked. Holy jack-in-the-box. Exactly. Boy wonder Batman was the first comics hero to pivot like that to be nimble enough to react to changes in his audience. It's one reason he took off right away in the nineteen forties. Leaping from comic books to daily newspaper strips. He got a recurring stint on Superman's radio show and even a couple of movie serials to himself. Not man clad in the. Number costume, which is struck terror to the heart of many swaggering, Donald. The lightness just kept increasing into the nineteen sixties when it came to a head on national TV here at the height of the counterculture. Batman was a real square.

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"bill finger" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"To register for this challenge. You're gonna change your life, man. And you could win a million dollars as well. Go. Do it now positively on stop dot com to the batmobile? Let's go. The creator. Oh, that's a good one. That's another good one. So that's another interesting one. Because if you ask anyone who created Batman, they would say this guy. Bob, jane? Yeah. So Bob Caine was like the Steve Ditto of Batman art. He drew that early forties. Fifties batman. Yes. Exactly. Right. And he was also had a little bit of Stanley in him because he was a total just publicity hound. He did interviews. He'd love to put his public face out there. He wrote a bunch of books. He wrote autobiography, but he was a better promotional man that he was an artist apparently his art was terrible. And so he actually ran a studio where he hired a bunch of artists on the side. They call them ghosts to draw the Batman. Komo. But the guy he really screwed over with this guy named Bill finger who was most people don't know who he is at all finger finger like, yeah. Like our finger finger exactly like he got fingered. So when superman took off DC, bam. Bob came was working doing some work in the comics industry in DC said to him like, hey, we've got the superhero character. Why don't you go and create another superhero character, they're really selling? So Bob Kane, apparently went home, and he created this character called Batman. But the the Batman character that he created with nothing like the character. He we knew it was a guy he had red tights on. He had a mask on. He carried a gun. And so at the time Bob came was working with this guy Bill finger, and he showed the character to Bilfinger and Bilfinger had a lot of suggestions. And most of his suggestions are what we know about Batman today. Make him a detective, you know, make his character all black. So he kind of blends into the shadows Bilfinger created the back cave. He created the batmobile. He created. Batmans origin. Which is you know, his parents were shot in an alley. And so Bilfinger created all that created all that the only reason apparently that Bob Kane gets all the credit that he does is. You know, this may maybe an urban legend like you just did show an urban legend that sort of fits in with that. But his parents his father apparently was an accountant or knew a lot about money. And so he was able to negotiate a contract with DC to protect his rights. And so one of the clauses in his contract was Bob Cain would always be known as the creator of Batman in perpetuity. Gotcha. So he basically screwed over Bill Bill finger, even though Bilfinger contributed so much to what we know is Batman, basically, everything we know is bad. You know, it's funny. I don't know if you're a kiss fan or not, but there's this song called war machine. And this is when kiss nineteen eighty to try to get back on track that a couple of stinker albums, and so the use Bryan Adams, and Jim Valance Bryan Adams is the Bryan Adams the one that we know summer six. Nine something. And they wrote the song war-machine was gene Simmons loved and what I heard that gene called Bryan Adams, and whatever and said, this is a great song..

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"bill finger" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"But the one president the best friend Israel has ever had in the presidency is Donald J Trump would you agree? I do agree. You know, I I've been saying for a number of years that that Harry Truman once once the best presidents Israel because. He's a good emotional every time he would meet someone from the first world leader, recognize the state of Israel. But since in these two years of President Trump he has surpassed tremendous surpassed every president in terms of strengthening those ties with Israel. And I want to emphasize here that those ties with Israel are important for the United States, not just for for the intelligence gathering that Israel does in the Middle East, and and not just because of the commonality values. But also because I really believe, and I believe what it says Biblically that dreams blessings to the United States to be slowly connected with Israel, and to work with Israel and history has proven that that the United States being a country that welcomed in the Jewish emigrants the Jewish legal immigrants. Someone emphasize and. And who came to Israel came excuse me to the United States based on a merit based system. They came here to work they came to the United States to work hard, and and to become loyal Americans. You know, you you I believe you know, this skill I moved to Israel twenty six years ago. I became the mayor of she low, and I was wounded in a terrorist attack. And since then, you know, I've been doing a lot of things in Israel. But but I'm still a dual citizen. I'm still proud of my American heritage as well. And and I I want to tell you that the Jews who came to America. I like my grandparents came to America because they just want it to be loyal Americans wanted to work hard. And and they didn't want any any social benefits they wanted to just work hard and see for themselves, and they have they did it legally legally. But unfortunately, some of them, you know, like the Chuck Schumer's of the world has kinda left it all left behind today heritage. And that's why they end up going less than saying ridiculous things like comparing caravan migrants, Jewish families clean Nazi Germany. Gotta run the book as Trump and the Jews, and it's going to hold it. David Rubin is David Ruben, Israel dot com and David Ruben. You're a great American and a great Isreaeli Jew. And thanks again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show, and my friend. We'll do it again. Thank you. They let Bill finger to be with you. Let's continue with more. Bill Cunningham here. The great American live with you every Sunday night. Message and data rates may apply. When did it become ok for.

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"bill finger" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"He had this natural love for that. And the animation stuff came later, which is kind of crazy. He was born in Oklahoma raised in California, and he was fascinated with the ocean as a child he started his career in eighty four instructing marine biology at Orange County marine institute, and then he did a comic book while they're talking about tide pool animals, but then a few years later, he went to art school. He got into animation. And that's when he came up with his marrying the to his love from arena biology with this wacky -ness of this animation that he did. Yeah. Kind kinda cool. I'm looking at it up on IMDB, and I can't help. But wonder these people make a good living voicing these things. I mean, they must like Tom Kenny he has to be very invaluable to it. But like Roger bumps is Squidward and Bill finger Balki is Patrick. You know, I don't know because you would think they would make great money. But then again, they can go in just do their lines. They don't even need everybody at the same time. You don't have to do makeup. You don't have to do hair you could show up in your pajamas. Maybe it's not as lucrative as you would think Allah. Remember is the lady voice Maude Flanders wanted more money on Flanders in on the Simpsons killed or they did. And that was the last time anyone ever asked for raise because a Stephen hill and Berger hill and Berg dying. We're talking about cartoons that you like even as an adult one eight hundred two eight three one point fat Joe in old bridge, New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, guys, you don't you think about it Bugs Bunny? I heard people mentioning it that was kind of like the equivalent of south park for the sixty. You know, a lot of the comedy in Bugs Bunny was political. And and edgy if you look for it you look for. Yes. Yep. Yeah. Yeah. But I gotta tell ya SpongeBob. I'll give you a good episode that you got to watch Jeff help wanted which I think was the very first one might have been the pilot where SpongeBob is trying to get hired to be the sorry truck and they keep turning him away. And they tell him to go by this spatula that doesn't exist in a busload of anchovy pulled off at the restaurant and pours in. Flies in on this, bachelor and cooks hamburgers. It's I think it's the pilot. I'm I think I may have seen it. But like only once. Yep. Yeah. That was one of the funnier ones. I always thought the flight in character with very very plenty on now. My daughter's eighteen now we watched a lot when she was young. But I always go check out a blank, and I thought oh my God plankton and his computer wife, Karen always fighting with. There's just a lot. I miss about that show. Hey, joe. Thanks, very funny show speaking Bugs Bunny. Most of knowledge of classical music comes from Bugs Bunny as well..

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"bill finger" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on About to Review

"And it was not all the president's men say, no that's not as serious, right? Yeah. So yeah. Oscar winning writer from shows at the guy who did Princess bride. Yes. So also helped write and produce Princess bride Francis. He passed away this week at age eighty seven huge career spanning multiple decades, the Princess bride. I have said it a thousand times before I say two thousand times more will always be in my top three favorite films of all time. It is. It is a perfect fit. Mm-hmm. I'll air pound you for that. Love the Princess bride. It is it is a perfect film. Because there's nothing about the film that you could change to make it better. Yeah. Except ten times more, Fred savage. Oh, we're going to get them need the framing device and a little Ryan Reynolds. Spring read in there too quick news about that. So December twelve they're releasing the once upon a time dead pool PG thirteen if any has the DASS ity to put the once upon a dead pool and deadpool two in their top ten movies of the year. I'm going to find them, and I'm going to physically pull their credit card right out of the back of their pants. Yeah. So we warned that would be pulled. Yeah. We have. So we're gonna do that, you know, probably. Goldman writer creator produce bride as well. Huge bucket a win for for him. But the big news of this past week. And I had been pretty silent about this on social media. A lot of people have been talking about it, but Stanley at ninety five years old passed away and one of the reasons that I was a bit silent on social media about this is because he was very multifaceted person. And he gets a lot of credit for things that he kinda strong armed his way into. And so it it is it is classic American story. I mean, the classic comics American store is specially, you know, you think of like so Bob Kane is a creator of Batman. She most people know his name because any Batman comic. Book movies will say, you know, Bob Kane created by Bill finger. Was actually the person who created not only Batman penguin, Robin. Like ninety percent of what we know about. Batman was created by Bill finger and only deep dive nerds like yourself. I guess they knew that until it couple years ago when they actually did like the documentary about him they because of lawsuits it now says Bill finger and Bob came Shane. So I mean, there is there's a lot of that going on back then Stanley so Louis pull up 'cause I forget. The exact let me see. Let me see who started working in comics in the business in nineteen thirty nine Nellie. Put a perspective action comics number one the birth of comic books. Nineteen thirty eight. Wow. He was part of comic books. Not just comic book history isn't like he works for timely comics, there weren't comic books like they're they're like pulp comics his shadow. Things like that. But the birth of comic books in nineteen thirty like he was already in the industry that he saw everything and back then you could buy a loaf of bread for a penny. Oh, yeah. Walk home. Uphill. Both ways in the snow barefoot. Yep. This is actually all factually accurate right at the wicked Pete. So he has complicated the mini collaborators that he worked with Jack Kirby. John Ramirez, deep Dicko some of those people that he worked with had not spoken to him in person for decades because of things that were said and done a long time ago because STAN essentially when he stepped down from editor in chief and all these things he became essentially, a brand ambassador for marvel and his titles, like president emeritus of marble because without him. Just finally, and I will always give him credit. We would not know these character avengers Spiderman like fantastic four, but it was on the backs of. But with the extreme help of some people that never really get as much credit as Stanley does. Because he was the one out in front of people hate true believers like he was on every cartoon at the beginning. So it was stands world. And we just lived in it, it seems like you're teeing up your screen play for Stanley bio pic, Danes shades of black and white..

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"bill finger" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"The film, effortlessly blends scenes of gray bleakness with eye-popping eccentricity without ever jarring. The senses, plenty of filmmakers, make entertainment. God, Nina is business is art the kind destined to provoke I rolls from some. But he sees cinema as a visual language colors, textures movements, everything around us. He's trying to tell us something. Whether we've hey attention to what we say is the choice, we make for Monaco. I'm Ben Reilly. Thanks. Ben superior is out now in the UK and many other. Territories around the globe. This week marvel mogul Stanley passed away at the ripe old age of ninety five a real life superhero. Too many he turned what was a niche industry comic books into something hugely popular and incredibly lucrative while providing a means of escape into a world where good always conquers evil mortar Chris Christie evidence assessed down with Joan Harris dunning, author of craft novel tumults to understand how a man who didn't end visage a career in COMEX ended up creating such a legacy excuse me. I'm looking for some guy named Stanley. What? Man is real name is stunning liba. And he and he changed his name to that. Officially now. He in his autobiography in his great Sherman. Great positive guy, he discussed changing his name because he had hoped that. He would write the great American novel and felt that it was quite shameful to be writing COMEX COMEX considered a bit sleazy than a hope that they can retain some of this reputation if they became too mainstream and to respectable. So that's why said he changed his name. But it cannot be by chance that he changed his name as the child of Jewish immigrants. Jack Kirby who was his co creator on some of the really really big titles like tho-, an X men and Hoke Steve did code was another child Jewish immigrants. He has changed his name to sunless Jewish. So did Bob Kane and Bill finger who created Batman even Josiah STA and Jerry sequel he created superman. Quinson parents have changed their names to sun, this Jewish. So I think we need to look at why superheroes these incredibly special creatures who had secret identities and were very often kind of running away from discrimination. We're discrimination. This was particularly evident in things like X men where this whole concept of the discrimination against mutants became quite a key Fien throughout the whole story. I think what you really are afraid of me. Me and my kind the brotherhood of Newton's. Oh, it's not. So surprising. But it doesn't understand..

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"bill finger" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"bill finger" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Meets Detroit. You know, often you'll driven by tax bills, and that's what the money said. Gonna get London might Tim buns. Men in. I didn't seem, we went to Chicago and it was like, okay, this city has these on the ground roadways. And if we can do all the stunts for real on the roads and we could use oppa Wacker and low wacko and get some of that, the danger holes a sauced Ronin type conscious in real streets that would up the ante and if we can make this car, we can build it for real and get it up to one hundred miles per hour. Gonna go up to ninety miles per hour, but you know, put a real full fifty Chevy engine in and. Really Kush that that realism. And that would be fantastic by mcgann's in Chicago, we should've discovered a love of going to locations. I think hers and she said, this is I suspect the reason we burn everything down. Batman begins like we've been white man down there full the backaches gone, and therefore always matches gone. We've destroyed everything's their full dog. Nine could be a city film, and I think women gone to Chicago because we might not primarily in Chicago. It was like, okay, this is the launch pad for who he might become. And then we could really go towards a sort of almost modernists city city councils, you know, that holes modernist federalism building when federal federal building, modern six federal building, we can now play goal som in that place. And the fact that we've destroyed everything through the story of Batman begins. If there's a fresh ten years on from the dock night, it's legacy is a complicated one, a perfectly paced story threaded with complex moral things, coupled with a brilliant performance from Haith ledger shortly before his tragic death. Gave the film, legendary even classic status and like stalls all the godfather. It's a trilogy that will be rewatching by generations to come. But just as batmans of rival in Gulf city spawned costumed criminal copycats the success of the film's lead to many others trying to emulate its darkness and in the age of DC and marvel universes. The idea of a trilogy of connected films seems perfectly quaint, Nathan, Crowley's, Batman, was the perfect fit for Christopher Nolan's vision of the character, but stories are unique and individual, and hey cautions against applying that template to other superhero stories as DC has tried to do with characters such as superman I think it'd be wanted. I think it'd be very hard to as you work on another superhero film ame- mainly because I moved pasta. I mean, I think we have to, you know, as you make. More and more murders complex films with someone like Christiane and I feel I feel like you go on that journey with the film and you gain knowledge and you take to the next film. And I don't think I could have go back to that Schillinger just because I feel like we've done it and and what we've learned from it is sort of unemployable to any to bear of. And we have to apply to films like into stellar, which does no way we could have made into stellar without having done the Batman Soames unlearn from how you make grand scale. So and so back to your question, I think every film every story every script has to be in saying, in my opinion. So as no point in touching ground to find a new ground because superman does have superpowers, that man does know. So you have to sort of like, I mean, I liked what they did with superman film where they a. Treat it as more than alien invasion. So which I thought was, you know, the recent superman films, which I thought was very clever, Batman. As once again, said to sweep across the screen in a solo film, it's unclear if Ben Affleck will revive his role that's previously being met with some showy, say, mixed reviews, direct, Matt rave says, the script will most likely take its cues from classic mom, a return behalves to batmans days as the world greatest detective since it was created by Bob Kane and Bill finger in nineteen thirty nine Batman has been reinvented and reinterpreted full every decade for children and for adults. The character has.

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