The Historical Batman
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This paper describes the different comic conceptions and incarnations of Batman from his debut in the 1960s until today. The paper shows that how we conceptualize "Batman" reveals a great deal of the values of our age. It also points out that the idea that anyone can become a force of justice, provided he works hard enough, still fascinates the American psyche.
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