Rupp’s will celebrate Batman Day on Saturday
“Riddle me this, riddle me that. Who’s Afraid of the Big Black Bat? – The Riddler, batman forever
Saturday will be a day dedicated to a comic book superhero of the night, as Rupp Comics celebrates Batman Day.
“Batman Day is a day to focus on Batman and all that he encompasses,” said store owner Chris Rupp. Rupp said the celebration, which focuses on the character, first created in 1939 for Detective Comics, will include free Batman comics and a host of various discounted comics and graphic novels, many featuring the superhero, also known as Caped. crusader and the black knight.
Batman Day was first celebrated on July 23, 2014, which coincided with Comic-Con International, in San Diego. The comic book convention, which began in 1970, drew more than 130,000 people July 21-24. During one of the local celebrations, Rupp welcomed Jason Fabok, one of Batman’s top artists and one of DC’s top three artists, for a signing at the store. He said that no matter what form Batman Day takes in Fremont, things are always exciting.
“There’s always something for everyone,” said Rupp, who sees DC as revitalizing the character currently and over the past few years. He said DC’s goal and that of his own company is to include all Batman fans in particular and provide something entertaining in the real world of comics for people of all ages and all ages. interests.
stronger than ever
“I think Batman is stronger than ever,” Rupp said, pointing to the outstanding performance of lead actor Robert Pattinson, who starred in the latest Batman movie, “The Batman,” which premiered March 4.
Over the years, Kane, Finger and others have created the illustrated story of Bruce Wayne, who lives as a wealthy industrialist after witnessing the murder of his parents, Thomas and Martha, at age eight. flight. Wayne grows physically and mentally, creating a bat-inspired persona to help him roam the streets of Gotham City, fighting crime. Batman is joined by his sidekicks Robin and Batgirl and his allies Alfred Pennyworth, Catwoman, and Gotham City Police Commissioner James Gordon. Batman’s enemies include the Penguin, the Riddler, Two-Face, Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy, and his nemesis, the Joker.
In addition to comic books, Batman has appeared in numerous graphic novels, TV shows, and movies.