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"bob kane" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Tag know Cheech and Chong. It's So pungent. Some of the guests have commented. It smells as if there's a receded next to a dead scum. Oh, yes. Now, if you smell like, reefer you can't sit down and have a steak meal like this. Remembering reefer What year was that? Hey, thought it was clever. He wrote that I was there refitting. If you smell like Cheech and Chong, he couldn't wait to do. That s so if you smell Like we'd boom. Yeah. You cannot go in, man. I guess they already have a dress code. It's like a high end steak steak house. And, you know, I've understand that I've been a restaurants where there's a dress code. I've been in some cougar bars where there's a dress code. Right? Right, right. Yeah. Yeah. Hey, you come here often. Yeah, well, you kids, a different story, But, yeah, just stuff like that. There's certain restaurants where you kind of get dressed. He was also explaining how you know the pandemic. Got everybody just little bit lose kind of maybe forgetting that things are opening back up in there is dress codes out there, and I think he put it out there, not toe. Get the bad reviews were getting bad reaction. But some people don't like you. They think I'm crazy, because what do you think is what racist, bro Racist. Some people saying it's racist because you can't smell like we. So what are they saying? That just people colored like blacks and Mexicans like everybody, like people colored on with the smoke? That's how some people are taking. Wow. So that's what I was like. Oh, man, All right. Hey, man, I wonder who's you know? Like the maitre d r the hostess on the host? That's like, you know. You take? Oh, no, I can't see, too. I can't seat you like what's the you know, Because I could look down and say, Okay, he's wearing tennis shoes, and that's like boom. But how do I? How do I determine? Like if you can come in, and you can't you know, smell like smoke was too much exactly Have a canine right there like and if the dog is smelling it didn't have alcohol in there. You could drink all you want. Yeah, man. You know what happened at the State house? You know that the steakhouse has Ah, partnering wine are you know what I'm saying? So you can drink but you can't smell like we are the hypocrites. Get us up 8662468923866246892 degree you can drink, but you can't smell like we are. The hypocrites called herself Speak on a Big Boi's neighborhood. But the new fudges on the G. I got into the bloody bottoms is on me because I got ST Anky. Bob Kane called My mom. How was waking up in the ranks? Did you get back? I had to go Do the struggle. Why didn't you forget that? I had this out of the Maybe getting out my seat back. Don't mean because I got them. Big cousin gave their money. Why don't you heard that young going up corner that I had to serve? I'm gonna find me some peace. Had they get embarrassed back. We came upon dirty money. I gave it a very bad all the rain and I get my student..
"bob kane" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"This this line went on about that man's creation him through the sixties. What happened sweet so fingers and I want to call and fingers fingers we go middle finger. He wrote Batman. He wrote like older we find out that he was the one the fans found out the fans first of all that so so a couple of interesting things happen so finger creates for the most part the majority of Batman's mythology, not only creates like Gotham City and the Batmobile and and and things like that, but he he helps create the Joker. Although that's there's a bit of a debate about who is the originator of the Joker. There's an artist named Jerry Johnson who was like another kid that came like Cain has is a mediocre artist at best and so very quickly changed the bad guy and this story Holiness Kane is a son-of-a-bitch. Nobody in the comic industry like them at all and he but he what he would do is he would hire these guys and essentially they would go stright and go straw for him and then he'd signed his name with this big dog. Venture with a big O and it's in a square so you can't miss it and it's Batman created by Bob King and this and because of the DC's like well, we gotta do it within the contract. We signed the contract. So this box is on. Okay so finger creates Catwoman, he creates more or less the Joker he creates Riddler he creates Robin he creates scarecrow. He creates a penguin. He can be like every Mage to face. He creates every major character from the Batman mythology and and the world and he also comes up with the gimmicks like Batman fighting on a giant typewriter, which is just a real staple of 1940s comics and things like that man having different suits. You know, I'm going to be in the snow. So I'm going to wear a white suit. I'm in the dark. I'm going to wear phosphorus in suits of the bag. I think I'm a ghost things like that. We don't but we don't know we know that Bob Kane didn't come up with these things was just cashed in the Chevy bolt hit the stable of writers and artists artist..
"bob kane" 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.
"bob kane" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"But then he did share to a hungry child. You know. So he's so he's not like. His action and then when he does the Heist Enterprises. So technically stealing from himself. Yeah. Yeah. He said He. Yeah. He says I'm not. Stealing. I'm no not a thief tell that to the owner of these well. I am the owner of those but not that you know you know where I want you to now. Exactly. So he's still funny away to to be good and understand MB. Part Of Of everything. Yeah. Yeah. It's. It's very well thought out. He doesn't he doesn't cross that line. For being for being a criminal. He he lives the life, but he's not crossing that line because he's he's being involved in planning in what what's happening and he's you know. Is Stealing from himself? Exactly he's an intelligent man. Like Excuse me. This movie is very well thought out and what's funny kind of sad it's like Salmon Goes Daddy. It's good. It's kind of boring sometimes. I can understand that. And that's why like this one was music didn't really have a whole lot of toys and stuff like Iona Mask from this movie because I remember finding. Kroger, after Halloween in the discount rack. Okay Cool Batman. I was like it's play my favorite because it's like a cowl. Ascended, send you a picture of it later. Yeah because it's A. It's a cowl, but it's not a full cal and it's not one of the it's rubber. It's not one of the plastic. Like mass defined now so Right yeah. That's cool. You said something I think forgot. I mean even here like a whole merchandise. Yeah. So I never I don't think I had I don't think I had anything. Because, it really wasn't buying toys at this time figures or anything. I DID GET THE GAME To, play the game. which was really cool. You know it was like one of the I kinda games. You know in Help to introduce this extra this extra level of something involved in a game that level of fear. You know that you use fear to to be able to surprise your enemies and things like that They did it pretty well, it was probably one of the better Batman Games over the years. or at least one of the be. The decent Batman Games over the years. 'cause you know these movies are all hit or miss. An when this movie came out on DVD I bought the box I bought the box set with that comes with. A comic book. Are Member. It's yeah I got it right here in my hand and. It's a stories that inspire this movie, the man who falls writer Denny O'Neil. Artists Dick No The Batman. Bob Kane Story You know old. School. And a chap chapter one from the long Halloween. Introducing. CARMINE Falconi. While not introducing but just A. A chapter from the Long Halloween that discusses the corruption. That Falconi has within the within the GCP within Gotham. I remember that comic. elegantly did stuff like that. Yeah Yeah I. got it right here still still inside the still inside the box here with my with my DVD. Actors like we have Kim Wantanabe require this very small part. You. Know Right. Yeah. Which which I've. Always, you know early on when I first saw the movie and you know you get you get Liam Neeson's reveal of him being Raza Gula time like I kind of at the time I was like Oh so He is Roselle goal. Okay. Just misdirection. But then I think amend. Thought about the The history of the League of shadows and things like that Like I think that. There's no lazarus pit especially once it comes to the dark knight rises you know and there's never any Lazarus pit. and it was a hallucination. For Bruce at the time because of him being in shock from his back being popped back into place. And was like you know what like I think that guy can wantanabe is, is he was rows Alghoul He, was the leader at the time and then yeah discard took over the role as Rozelle Google the only way possible. In. This version of the story that Razzano, Goule is the person in charge not. Not, a specific person. An here's a perfect example of. What do you call it? I don't kill but I'll put everyone like immortal danger and blow up stuff to save one person's life why people may be dying in the background but I won't kill the all these all. So many of these guys are dying. I mean things are exploding they're flying off bridges and. The training you know you fall off the if you fall off those things, you could frigging die and I mean that whole that whole building exploded I mean the whole thing might have just. Whole thing might as well have just blown up off the side of the mountain and crumbled to the crumbled off the side of the cliff that always that always looks so painful. That that yeah. That definitely I get hurts. I'm always like If. You didn't if you didn't dislocate your shoulders both of them, you probably tore both of your pectore. Like just useless. I've ever seen this where the Lebanese part I could tell was in. The quick shot right there. Yeah. I love this line I remember what podcast that was a her mouth movie film where he's like I'll tell him you save his life. Thank you. Who Are you? Tell Him Bruce, saved his life. Like. Like. There is no time wasted in shots like. Here he is walking to Alfred. and. There's Alfred and I I love Michael Cain Alfred. I love Michael Period. Yes. He does. He does a really good job as Alfred. I think one thing is. Casting of Bruce Wayne and Alfred I think always needs to be a very You have to cast them together. I don't think you could cast them almost separate because you need an Alfred and Bruce that have a certain dynamic that work together. I think this Alfred and Bruce has more. Father Son. I feel. The Alfred I'm Bruce Combo that we got on. Gotham was great and it was more father son Or like uncle and son kind of thing I think the VI- we get. From. AFLAC and Irons it's more like. A..
"bob kane" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Don't understand how he was able to get that out I mean. It's. A billion dollar box office hit Oscar winner I mean it. It worked out well, but just crazy. Bat Nipples Guys Bat nipples number ten. Joel Schumacher's decision to put bat nipples and enlarge coat cod pieces on the bat costumes as well as an earring on Robin caused tons of controversy. It even bothered Batman Co Creator Bob Kane. Schumacher said he wanted the costumes to have an atomic anatomic look while the earring was supposed to make robin more hip, he also claimed that the basis for the Batman and Robin suits came from statues of of Ancient Greece. They should have been more. The rebels going break his hip more than look yes. Man It it. Yeah that that wasn't one of Joe's best ideas. Number Eleven Renae Russa was originally cast Dr Chase Meridian when Michael Keane was still attached to the project as Batman however as soon as Michael in dropped out and replaced by Val, kilmer Russo was deemed too old to play his love interest, despite being just shy of six years Balch, Humus Val kilmer senior year, which led to Nicole Kidman wholesome. You played the role and his seven and a half years younger than kilmer. Are there tools? Number twelve. First Appearance Of rob in the Warner Brothers series of Batman films he was featured in early drafts of Batman. Batman returns but several rewrites of the script led to the inclusion to be dropped because burn fell. Robbins presents presents didn't fit the dark tone of those films. What did you think of that? You think Robin wouldn't work in that type of universe. The burr inverse I mean insured. You think Robin is too bright of character. Done. I think he could've done it well. I think he go done. Robin very well could almost darker looking at the boy wonder, 'cause you know people especially nowadays always say like all these avenues. Robin as a human shield. From that aspect because taking it from that angle. Yeah, I think so too Leo thoughts. I feel like that. I think already had so much on his plate with making Batman himself darker than the Adam West Batman. Why throw another character into the play? Perfect the Batman Darkness and then.
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
"bob kane" 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..
"bob kane" 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.
"bob kane" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"This is why I think Edelman just love this. Did you get the idea from the vacuum monster in the original film? Yeah. That was that was part of it. You know, the fact that the film itself sort of plays with reality. And but another part of it was just. You know, when you're telling a story a comic book, you don't have the luxury of like in a movie, you know, they could kind of show Ringo inviting Fred into the house and then walking down a hallway. And then they finally get to that room. Where all the, you know, the Marilyn Monroe and the buffalo Bill, and I was icons exist on and the things on pedestals, you know, the hamburgers and the pieces of cake and things like that. You know, it takes time to get from the door to that room in the film, and it's sort of it would be sort of wasted space for me, you know, if I devoted a page to. To that scene. You know, it's a little boring. So I thought well, how do I get from Fred knocking on the door to that room very quickly? And you know, I remember actually have a Batman comic from back in the nineteen forties. And it's got Batman and Robin on the cover, and they're pulling back part of the cover and the cat woman is coming out. Oh, and so that that was my inspiration for that. So I was not the first one to think of that that goes all the way back to Bob Kane, Jerry Robinson, and dick sprang and the artists who worked on Batman back in the golden age. Yes. That man in the golden age, you know, it's funny that man made a brief appearance in the yellow submarine, but they had to cut him out because he was not a king features character. Our guest is Bill Morrison creator of the hardback Beatles yellow submarine comic book or graphic novel. If you want to be fancy about it you can. Preview. Some of the pages with the inventive layouts and gorgeous.
"bob kane" Discussed on Invention
"He may have claimed he was the I think he I think it's claimed in that video among other things we didn't even get into all the claims that are made in that that short film. Oh, you mean in the death rate? Yeah. The death rate not really video but short film. Yes. So he comes back from America from working for Warner Brothers and in the nine. Thousand thirties. He he starts promoting the sky project your invention that you touched on earlier, and he even successfully cast the words happy Christmas and a clock face into the clouds over hamster England, this is from the telegraph article by it's by Stephen Adams. He says quote while in America, he used film lighting equipment to create a high powered light projector thought by some to be the inspiration for the bat signal in the Batman cartoons away. Yeah. So did Bob Kane say that or whoever I don't know if by some I'm not sure, but I mean, the the timeframe would more or less workout, I guess, so he's projecting things into the sky. And then we kinda get Batman. It's curious. How all these these connections. This is exactly what James Burke was talking about. You know, Robert, I think we're going to have to call it there for the day. But the death Ray has become such a richer and more interesting subject than I would have even imagined. I think we got a whole other episode worth of interesting death-ray history. Thoughts in us. Yeah. We didn't even get into tesla. We're gonna have to save that for the next episode. Please join us again next time for more death-ray goodness. In the meantime, you want to check out more episodes of invention head on over to invention pod dot com. You can also just find invention anywhere. You get your podcast the iheartradio app. Apple podcasts. You name it. We're there. Subscribe. Give us a rating throw some stars. At us say some nice things about it. As a great way to support the show huge. Thanks as always to our excellent audio producer Tari Harrison, if you would like to get in touch with us directly lettuce some feedback on this episode or any other suggested topic for the future or just to say, hi, you can Email us at contact at invention. Pod dot com. Hey, Matt I have yet to ride one of those birds scooters 'cause I hate those things that does not surprise me at all Joel. But you know, I've been getting Instagram adds to give me to become a Birger to join that gig economy. Oh, that's right. Just like Uber folks are getting targeted to start side hustles to make an extra buck or even to try to make a career out of it. But should you? Do it not all side hustles are created equally. Exactly every week. We dive into practical money topics like this on a podcast. Listen and subscribe to our show on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast. Just search for how to money.
"bob kane" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Give him. A veil on this one. Okay. The answer was Bob Kane DC number twenty seven thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Here's the last one and is in control. And who is the only president to be elected unanimously. George washington. Eating. Perky Voss and BT three to one. Well done. Congratulations. Well done. Out to your intelligence, Mr. McConnell. I told you was gonna lose. This when I said, no Kirk won't have this one. I said it depends on who goes first and how it's played but not Kirk loses this one so Kirk shorted the stock, and I guess I'm going to get some money out of this. Lord now and very well played and don't hang up until we get all your information. Tell us a little bit about you. What do you do? I am a courier for a medical lab company. Kirk courier business for a while. Yeah. We we were like a messenger service is a network. Year and a half. Didn't you deliver some film to Sammy Davis junior? One time lotta times can always tell when he was in town because of the movie. All different movie studios. We bring films for him to watch. And those days, of course, you can watch films like that on on cable. So you'd have to get the actual real the real thing you pick them up and bring him to his house, and he'd watch. Realize you know, projector system in America. Living room. Now, are you a native Texan? Generation how do you feel about all these here for a long time? How do you feel about all these Californians coming down to Texas? I don't mind them coming. I don't want them bringing their politics and their liberal views. Interesting that you leave California because you can't get though get work the taxes are too high because the left wing politics, and then you go to another state and pull the lever for left wing politics. Exactly. And I I agree with you wholeheartedly. There should never be another CR ever in in it. In the history of the United States government. I mean that's their job. Maybe they don't do nothing. They're supposed to be doing. But they got time to get involved. And all this other massive, basically, just leave it alone to me. Well. Opinion that if they really wanted to do something constructive, they ought to start going through the books and taking out all of the laws that no longer apply or contradict each other. That'd be a Starbucks and you stick around make sure you get all for information. And and we'll send you a Trump coin. Twenty twenty court. We come back a video that went viral FedEx employees who was doing a route.
"bob kane" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"But it needs an extra verse. And they're like, well, no, it doesn't. Yes. It does. Because that way instead of being war-machine by Bryan Adams, and Jim Valance war-machine by gene Simmons, Brian is Giovanni even though they did not need another verse. Gene out of the verse. Just we get a little bit of a writing credit similar what we're hearing here. Yeah. But did you ever have any situations like that in your life? Which is you know, how the creative processes is that? Yeah. I mean, I've always been very I mean, there's a lot of times when I remember I remember back in in WCW, Ted Turner's company that I worked for I came up with this whole idea that there was at the time. There was a Raven's flock and raven was the leader and had like bunch of minions. Am idea was I would come in and trying whatever get in an angle with raven. Get a match with raven, and I would have to work my way. Through the flock. Oh, cool. Like six guys to finally get to raven. And then he would beat me pitched that angle, right? And we never did it. But I think I think it was Chris Benoi or Billy kit Nabil hymns in the wlac. I think it was just been whether it actually got the angles and when it happened. I was like that's my I wrote that right? But somebody else took it and went here's a great idea. And you got left out of the of the loop and ever since then whenever had an idea would pitch it right to the boss face to face. So he would know it came from me. But it doesn't surprise me that you hear this because perception is reality. And I didn't know until this moment that Bob Kane didn't create Batman, right? I always thought that he did. Right. Yeah. I think most people don't know until now Bilfinger he died, also alone and completely destitute also in midtown Manhattan. Wow. It's one of those sad stories where he died. I think at age fifty nine and his body wasn't found for two or three days because no one was checking on him. But. Apparently, he did have children. And now, I think his son is dead. But he has a grandchild and the grandchild with the helpless and people did try to approach to get him credit. And I think there was some sort of legal action. But now on Batman versus superman movie. He got credited on that as characters created by Bob cannon Bilfinger. Yeah. I think the it's with Bilfinger I think because they can't break that contract. But at least it's something right? Yeah. Yeah. And just last I think December he got a street name for him up in the Bronx near where he grew up or where he went to school and where he met Bob Kane near a park where he and Bob Kane used to sit apparently and hash out the whole Batman stories. So he's he's getting his do. I'm not sure I'm sure his heirs get some money as well. So it's as you said earlier, it's like they're retroactively fixing these mistakes. But it's it's kind of sad that we enjoy these movies and there's so much merchandise than so much money in the world that these characters are making. Most people don't know that the people a lot of the people who created them kinda got screwed over some saying to Lakers your time, just the DC universe. Switch back over to marvel and second or even with I mean, like Batman and superman still to me with all the characters that are going on. And I know there's huge movies in lots of money being made right now with marvel and not a lot with DC. I still think if you took. You know, a picture a book of ten superhero pictures too. I don't know soi Healy or Russia or Luxembourg or Winnipeg Canada, New York City, whatever people would go at that superman. That's batman. And that's Spiderman I still think those is a top three. I think you're exactly right. I mean, those are probably the top three AB the hulk maybe, but I'm just showing you pictures you. Okay. The guy with the red Cape. Yes. Superman guy with spider mask and the guy with the bat mask..
"bob kane" 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..
"bob kane" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me
"It looks just getting we just need to get him back into the room where Selena car and max, and we can have the big showdown and finish the film, basically and one guy in specific the micro details what I would want author in. Now of exactly what happened because marks where he talks about the tiger and all that sort of thing. But it's one thing which this film start the trend of in Batman films, which is a good or a bad thing. Now, we all know that Batman wears these cow. And obviously it kind of looks with with flesh colored boys. So he puts on black makeup the pan Roy's. But for some reason when Batman takes off his car in the films. They never want to admit that. So we never has Pandora's when he takes off. No. So halfway through the scene. All of a sudden, he has no makeup on the knees wearing the cowl with just his rosy cheeks underneath it looks. Absolutely preposterous. Yeah. But the way he tears it off there's something that I mean that could be played in slow motion. Awesome amazing with careless whisper playing in the background as he's tearing that tears very very easily as kind of weird that really really so great so many still this day to this day. Batman films will be when he takes off the mask. He doesn't have black makeup on. Why did you start that trend? But what are you making the finale? The finale was. Right. I thought that book themselves into a corner in Orleans using a per wrestling analogy, that's right. Whereas like, how are they going to get rid of? How are they gonna tell this up because one thing we haven't touched on Paula Jones. And this is a long show already. We haven't touched on actually MAC Shrek motivation for this entire thing. Is right. He wants to basically create a power plant of some sort where he can basically how plus the the power surplus where you can basically harvest a shit ton of power for. So then he can have something of immeasurable power. They can give down to good old Chipper. That's basically the gimmick of the Filmer because he knows he's probably the life. That's been long lived and many many times he probably should have had his weapons, and he knows the base guy needs to get Netscape that nest egg. They're just so a he's a legacy and be he can pass it down to his son. Right. And does they actually spend quality time on this? I'm talking about that. However, we've got an hour and a half talking about this film. I've never mentioned it because it's not important. And I was sitting there thinking right max, Schreck, he. He spent the last ten minutes of this film trying to get out of the cage but trying to bribe monkey to unlock him was he actually what what why is this plan here? What is actually going for here and peons are gang French kissed to death? So okay, fine. Cow woman kind of goes with him after basically refusing batmans offer to be with him. Right. 'cause I k and the penguin basically falls in a is on all fours an event of shrieks environmental waste and it gets carried into the sea by the bison penguins. Yeah. It was an interesting ending much like the rest of the film. There was absolutely no joy in any aspect of it whatsoever. Is is such a some there is no joy in anything even things which are meant to be funny on funny. And it's because they're happening in a very unfunny place journal mean like so when things here try to be funny. It comes across as almost tragic. Everything comes across as quite tragic. And it's just you end up feeling pity for all of the people that live in this horrible world. You know, that Tim burns doubted from from good old Bob Kane, and it's the slight it's just very very, it's a very dreary film. And even the bits like like we've all the penguins. What the fuck sorry about? Why why is he weaponized in mobilized like, you know, a thousand Hangland's how is this happened? How are you telling where's he getting all the tools to do this? Anyway, how do these thugs that he has in his gang? How do they know how to rewire a car? How do they know how to make all these miniature fucking rockets for for the penguins? Where are they getting all of these rocketry from in the first place?.
"bob kane" Discussed on Double Toasted
"They still feel like they're trying to find a story star way. They don't even have a store it feels like they've been tap dancing around the same area. The same story is say the same retreads until they figure out what they wanna do that just stalling. They're making the feels like they don't they're better produce slightly better ridden. Well, much better written versions of the prequels in that they. They are better directed. They look better. But they still feel like making stuff up as they go along. Yeah. The. Four is four movies later, the needle hasn't moved very much. That is very true. That is very true. Yeah. I don't. I don't. I don't know two of them prequels. It's something about the biggest thing I can say about the prequels. They don't feel even George Lucas. He parried it himself with those. But it's still you still feel him his presence there. The just the best thing about the prequel. They feel like they have a little more cohesion than what George Lucas. In these new movies? Do let me see here. BJ Johnson as e. Video Kermit, the frog dawn close of ninety males. What do we got some silly time to waste? Lomax was curious. What should the re the equivalent on the DC end? What does a what would be going pull this up trying to see that a number up? There was was curious. What would be the equivalent on the DC end of things. That would compare to Stanley who is the face of DC day. He is she died would be the same laws as Stanley is tomorrow. I don't know more Martino is that one that one that one 'cause you think of their their flagship characters superman screen by the two guys Siegel and Shuster then DC bought it off them for a song and had to get sued to pay them money retroactively. So you don't really think of them. Bob Kane for for a while with Batman. He's probably the closest, but he was you know, he he was actually guilty of all the stuff people are Cubans daily of. Yeah. He was an ASO. Yeah. Take all the credit for stuff that other people were other together helped him create Bill Bill. Thank got nothing. Yeah. Well, he got some but not as much as Kane ran off with. Yeah. And it was it was it was one of these things where. Yeah. Bob Cain was a was a. Taipei personality and more of a salesman and Bilfinger would be there his desk coming at creating the joker and all these other things and everybody just knew all they was Bob Kane for decades, all anybody who's Bob. The reason why Bob Caine was such an asshole with it is because Bob Kane wanted to be Batman. He's he was trying to live close to to Bruce, Wayne as he could really. Yeah. If you read some things about him, he was out the living the life, man, he his his fantasies that he was writing through through Batman. And Bruce, Wayne, that's what he wanted to be. He was not even close. Money fight crime. Probably did. But yeah, yeah. You had those two guys outside of that. They get some editors and chief, but nobody knows them. That's why we talked about why Stanley. Was he was just a salesman? I don't blow off salesmanship. No. That's a lot of what drives things. Is this true? I don't know this. Is it true that Bob came what to have sex with Stanley's wife? I don't know somebody chess show going said Bob came onto fuck Stanley's wife, so bad and so Bob Kane fucked Marilyn Monroe. Came was rich and real life growing up. Wow. I did not know that. Coming up you want to be. Wait, where's this by roast? It's fucking low. He would actually be true. Has another one. It says Bob Kane, drink the blood of orphans. This is true. Say that. Bob Cain killed field on the fresh prince. Okay. No. That's saying that your beer kinda makes you like Phil now in a way, which I can see a little bit. Okay. I mean on the bad weather does a compliment like okay now, you know, all those Phil compliments. Come on tell you what I'll start dress like the fresh prince. Episode..
"bob kane" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"And with management often cited with management, thus creating tense in of uncomfortable situations between him and other writers and members of the marvel stable. I think that acknowledging that is important acknowledging the extent to which you gin Lee was scripting. Right. So like be the visuals of comics ogm selves, I think almost entirely to to curb, Ian Dicko. That the character creation was Stanley played a part. But so the jet Kirby Steve to co significantly. I don't think that we should understand this leave having sort of like a minor say reminder part of this. He had a significant insubstantial part in developing the marvel mythology he just shouldn't get so credit, and I I'm always inclined to give him basically, like half credit that this was this was a collaborative deal, they were all working together and working closely together, this this isn't sort of a, you know, a Bob Kane in Bilfinger situation with Batman where Bilfinger really kind of created Batman in bucking took all the credit Stanley was very much part of the creative process since you talked about the cameos that he made in the comics and his his presence as a character himself in the marvel universe. I'm just I'm curious about. I mean, of course, as a film critic, I mainly experienced this universe. Through the movies. I didn't read comics as a kid to me marvel is the, you know, however, many it is eighteen movies that have been made over the last couple of decades by marvel and in which Stanley also as you as you said has a physical presence. He almost always or maybe always did he Hitchcock style do a cameo in every single one in an at any rate. I there's always that moment that you wait for the audience to gasping applaud because STAN is, you know, behind the counter or something in a marvel movie. But to what degree do you see I mean, there's so many different kinds of marvel movies that have been made now, right?.
"bob kane" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"He was based on a number of characters. He was based on Zorro Dracula movie about a bat whisper, but you know, the writer, Bob Kane's major inspiration was actually Leonardo Davinci Davinci. I wouldn't have guessed that. Yeah, me either because batmans seems more like a crimefighter then in artistic time. But I guess as a teenager, Bob Caine found this book of Davinci inventions and he was especially enamored with all the flying inventions. So he'd like traced them or drama. And one of them was this giant pair of wings that could be attached to a man's back to fly. And obviously that gets roped into the whole Batman series, but there's a lot of fun stuff out there. One I really wanna talk about though is Tinton which I read it as a kid. Did you ever read this as a kid? I didn't. But I know you've mentioned them a lot before. Yeah. And you know, I was hooked that my son is now hook. Cooked and for anyone who doesn't know attention to this wonderful Belgian comic about a reporter. He travels the world with his dog. Snowy ends up sucked into all these amazing adventures and ends up trying to have to stop crimes. But it was actually only this week that I learned that Tinton may be based on a real person. So apparently in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight, this Danish newspaper wanted to honor Jules Verne. So they create a contest where one lucky teen would get to travel the world for forty six days unaccompanied and out of this stack of applications. This fifteen year old boy named Powell hulled one and the press just fell in love with him. Immediately he got to travel to Canada, Japan, Korea, China, the Soviet Union. Apparently the Soviet Union wasn't friendly deterrent, and it was a big deal that he went there. He went to Germany at lots of places before returning to Copenhagen forty four days later. And it was such a phenomenon that that we're crowds kind of there to meet him at every pit stop. But when he got back to Copenhagen, there were twenty two thousand people waiting. For him to return. And it was so crowded that the police crowd surfed him just to get him to safety. Unbelievable twenty. Two thousand people are. So they both traveled the world, but we're, we're there where there are similarities beyond that. So I mean, there were some tins, obviously this fresh-faced character with unruly hair Powell was the same. They also dress suspiciously alike like Powell where breaches and the page boy hat. And I guess a similar overcoat. But the biggest evidence might just be the timing Tinton debuted a few months after the teenager returned home. So everyone just assumed Powell was Tinton. And in fact, when pal died, his bitchy Aries and these were everywhere from like the telegraph to the observer to the New York Times. They all noted how is adventure had sparked the comic series, but her Jay, who was Tintin's creator completely denied the story. And there's another person that something tin fence think might have inspired the character and who's that. So it's a French photojournalist who had never heard of named Robert sex. And these people might be right. So sex also had unruly hair. He traveled on a motorbike like ten ten took his dog with him, which is also true to the comics, snowy who is on Tintin's dog is called Millo in French and sex. Best friend in real life was renamed Molo, but the biggest evidence is just where this guy traveled. So his adventures took him to Moscow to the Belgian Congo to the US. And those ended up being the settings for the first three ten books. But you know, the hardest thing for Belgian fans to swallow about this theory is that it would actually make one of Belgium's most famous characters French, and perhaps that's why her Jay was always denying this theory as well. Well, I mean, you know, you mentioned Jules Verne and they're in around the world in eighty days..
"bob kane" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Of course it was always been a problematic character, and and then the idea we was the vengeance thing has parents get killed when he's a kid and then he avengers them, and it was fine as far as it went, but the joker was great and I had I had in mind, John Lithgow who I'd met on the movie and I said point it'd be a great joker, and I got all excited about about him playing the joker and then and I met Bob Kane, and he gave me some pictures and it was like all looking like it was happening. And then one night I woke up in the middle of. Tonight. And I said, I don't believe it. I don't believe in Batman. I can't do this movie. I only believe in the joker, I'm making this movie because I wanted to joker movie and that's the wrong. That's not the movie they want. They'll be pissed at me if I make the joker movie and it's not a Batman movie. So I went to the heads of the studio and I told them they almost had me committed on the spot. I could hear the ambulance coming. I mean, they just they, they were plus they will apoplectic. They couldn't figure out why I was turning down this gold mine. And I said, I'm telling you, I'm the wrong guy to do the movie. And if I think I'm the wrong guy to do the movie, then I'm not the right guy to do the movie and I didn't, and they didn't make it for a little while. And then when it finally did come to life with Tim Burton, that was a couple of years later and a different completely different project. You were honest with them, and you express your genuine gut feeling. And I learned not to do that again. You're my team. Now, in addition to your movie now people are talking about the current television seen as being the second golden age of television, and and I wonder how many of them are familiar with the first goal than a very relevant question. Take Take your your lodge. logic elsewhere. Take your history and your logic may I say, decades ago you did one of the funniest TV series ever. Police squad doesn't get much more golden than now. Police squad was really a fun movie. I another movie I turned down with airplane by the way, so this is put it, put it in my in my list of dumb things I didn't do. And of course I had met this them and John Davidson. My friend was the producer. And so when the idea for police squad came along, I guess ABC would these guys and said, can you do the kind of airplane thing? But can you do it every half hour? You know, as a police thing, so they, they, they got a hold of a lot of episodes of 'em squad, which is the old Lee, Marvin police show with half an hour and they basically did what they did an airplane which was to take a straight story and tell that story with wild exaggerations in all the details. And so they did the pilot, which. I think Jerry. Jim Abrams or maybe all three of them direct would Leslie and they got Leslie Nielsen who had just discovered that he was a comedian by playing scenes. Exactly. The way he used to play the Verlaine accept him, playing them for the suckers. And so he was Lieutenant drubbing and they had a good cast as paramount. And I got to do two of the six episodes and the problem with the show which was hilarious and remains a Larry's was it. It didn't have a laugh track, and it was such an absolute copy of a sixties cop show that when people change and they kept changing the time time slots that people didn't know when it was on, they would click the channel and they would see, here's Leslie an old cop show, and they would have the the photographers would have the old fashioned cameras. I mean, everything was was retro and they, oh, it's show and they and there's no laugh. Don't know. We laughing at the soundtrack so they would just click the channel and no, they will. Nobody found it and. And maybe got called feed and they would. They would not run them and then they would..