Jan. 2nd, 2013

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Oh, there were plenty of precursors to super-heroes out of Britain--the Scarlet Pimpernel, Sherlock Holmes, Bulldog Drummond and others. But after Superman premiered, who was the first British superhero? And was it by anyone who is famous in the history of comics?


Although there is some discussion of how much Bill Finger and Bob Kane had influence in the same characters, Jerry Robinson was--at the very least-- instrumental in the creation of Robin, the Joker, Two-Face, and Alfred Pennyworth.

But he didn't work only for DC/National Comics. For Lev Gleason/Comics House publications, starting with the second issue of the Golden Age Daredevil comics he created the English hero...London!

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sailorlibra: (lois lane)
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I thought this issue was super adorable, especially the art.

Cake is the best. )

Note: I have no idea how to tag this, besides the publisher.


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