Bob Kane was an American comic book artist, who with the belatedly credited Bill Finger created the DC Comics superhero Batman. He was inducted into the comic-book industry's Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1994 and into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1996.
As the world mourns the loss of filmmaker Garry Marshall, his upbringing in The Bronx helped shape the creative icon where his work would take Hollywood by storm. Garry was born in 1934, and grew up in a three-bedroom apartment with his parents and sisters in the Grand Concourse section of the Bronx. The neighborhood, known for being a popular Jewish and Italian community and working class, also was home to other famous stars including filmmaker Rob Reiner, as well as Bill Finger and Bob Kane.