Batman. Serenata nocturna: El origen del Caballero Oscuro by David Hernando

By David Hernando

En los años treinta, Bob Kane creó a Batman. Eso es lo que todo el mundo cree, pero nadie sabe que eso no es del todo cierto. Kane contó con l. a. ayuda de invoice Finger, uno de los mejores guionistas que ha tenido el mundo del cómic. Finger vivió en el anonimato durante toda su vida y murió solo, pobre y sin reconocimiento oficial alguno de su participación en l. a. creación de Batman.

Batman: Serenata nocturna presenta el relato definitivo sobre l. a. creación del Caballero Oscuro, apoyado con declaraciones y entrevistas exclusivas realizadas a historiadores del mundo del cómic, así como a autores y editores de Batman que conocieron a Finger y han decidido romper su silencio.

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In the aftermath of the Holocaust and the mainstream fear and acknowledgment of anti-Semitism as alive and well, the X-Men exist in a world where popular culture and fantasy are poised to tackle more disturbing truths than those of the earlier metaphorically Jewish superheroes. Unlike Clark Kent, Cyclops can never remove his glasses. Wolverine’s healing factor makes him virtually invincible, but he, unlike Superman, is pierced by, and feels the pain of, each bullet. And Colossus may be a Man of Steel, but he has, in a sense, no secret identity; both flesh and organic metal are his true form.

Another reason Kant might have allowed such a suicide focuses less on the benefit to other people and more on the suicidal person herself. In the case of either the bite from a rabid dog or possession by the Phoenix Force, the affected person is not truly herself. Her rationality, her humanity, and her self are lost to the “madness” created by these circumstances. As we saw before, this may relieve her of responsibility for her actions, but we are more concerned here with how she feels about the effects on her self.

5 In their consistent use of physical violence, so do the X-Men’s adversaries. Considering their creations’ existential struggle, it is not surprising that most of the great comic book creators were Jewish: Superman’s Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster, Batman’s Bob Kane and Bill Finger, the Spirit’s Will Eisner, Green Lantern’s Irwin Hasen, and many others. And fellow Jews Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, together and with other collaborators, created all of Marvel’s major figures, including, of course, the X-Men.

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