Hollywood-style Batman Day At Warner Bros. Studios

Above, Batman and friends at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Did you know that July 23 will be Batman Day in Hollywood? Well, it is and there will be some celebrating at Warner Bros Studios.

According to Japan Today:
LOS ANGELES —Ker-pow! Batman is celebrating his 75th birthday this month with a series of comic-book, video-game and other events putting Gotham’s famed Caped Crusader firmly back in the spotlight. 
July 23 is officially Batman Day, and to mark the occasion in Hollywood, Warner Bros has organized a VIP studio tour including Batmobiles, masks, capes and other souvenirs of the Dark Knight. 
“The world has no heroes… Batman gives you some hope and some faith,” actor Danny DeVito, who played the caped one’s nemesis the Penguin in the 1992 movie “Batman Returns,” told AFP in an interview. 
Batman was born in May 1939, the creation of artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, who were tasked by DC Comics with creating a new superhero in the wake of the success of Superman. 
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