Bill Finger used to be unknown, but nowadays, he is known as the co-creator of Batman. Bill Finger wrote the earliest バットマン comics in 1939. He continued 書く バットマン comics throughout the 40's and 50's. While Bob Kane came up with the initial ideas for Batman, I believe that Bill Finger is the one who gave バットマン his moral integrity and unique charm.
Bill Finger wasn't created for his work in comics, but he was created for his テレビ work. Bill Finger had the honor of getting to write a two-part adventure for the 60's バットマン テレビ series. He co-wrote the episodes "The Clock King's Crazy Crimes" and "The Clock King Gets Crowned", which were from the show's 秒 season. His co-writer was Charles Sinclair, a good friend of Bill who was happy that to see Bill finally get credit for something he wrote.
The 60's バットマン 表示する is often considered to be an outlandish comedy. While the 表示する was certainly comedic, it was also a very engaging adventure 表示する that was very faithful to the style of Bill Finger's comics. Bill Finger's バットマン comics started off as serious mysteries. However, when comics became もっと見る targeted towards kids, Bill Finger's colorful creativity started shining out. バットマン became もっと見る friendly, wholesome and colorful. Along with Robin, バットマン would face some of the most memorable, entertaining and eccentric villains of all time. The バットマン comics were filled with adventurous fun. The 60's テレビ 表示する had a similar type of charm and style.
The two-parter Bill Finger co-wrote centers around the Dynamic Duo trying to foil the schemes of the Clock King. The Clock King is an obscure, underrated villain. He's a character that was a part of the Green Arrow's rogues gallery, but he's also known for being an occasional adversary for Batman. The Clock King is the type of villain that wouldn't work in the darker versions of Batman, but he was a great antagonist for the 60's show. His clock-themed gimmick led to lots of creativity, style and clock puns. Bill Finger's friendly, pleasant charm shines through in his writing. In addition to being a fantastic writer for comics, he proved himself to be a good writer for television.
Adam West's バットマン is arguably the most accurate adaptation of Bill Finger's work. His Batman, as well as Burt Ward's Robin, feel like Bill Finger's classic ヒーローズ brought to life. I'm so glad that Bill Finger got to write for them. I'm also glad that he had the honor of getting to co-write the Clock King's first テレビ appearance. Since then, the Clock King has appeared in Batman: The Animated Series, Batman: The メリダとおそろしの森 and the Bold, ARROW/アロー and The Flash.
The Clock King was played によって Walter Slezak. He gave an entertaining, memorable performance as the clock-themed menace of Gotham. In the show, the Clock King was 与えられた a different デザイン than he normally has. He was 与えられた a black hat and suit, both of which looked great. The Clock King is a character that's had several designs. At times, it even looks like he has a clock for a face! Personally, I'm glad that the 表示する didn't give him a clock for a face.
The two-part adventure is nothing short of great. Bill Finger and Charles Sinclair's writing, the lovable Dynamic Duo and the villainous Clock King all amount to a very enjoyable adventure. It's a story that every バットマン and Clock King ファン should have the pleasure of seeing.
The Clock King's two-part appearance in 60's バットマン is a significant part of Batman's history, because it was the first time that Bill Finger was officially credited for something associated with Batman. Thankfully, things have gotten better. All modern バットマン comics, shows and films credit Bill Finger as Batman's co-creator. Bill Finger's contributions will no longer be ignored. He is and will always be the person who made バットマン a true hero.