SourceJerry Robinson, a pioneer in the early days of Batman comics and a key force in the creation of Robin the Boy Wonder; the Joker; Bruce Waynes butler, Alfred; and Two-Face, died Wednesday afternoon in New York City. He was 89.
The illustrator with a far-ranging career after shifting in the early 1960s into political cartooning, he would serve as president of the National Cartoonists Society and then author the exhaustive and well-regarded The Comics: An Illustrated History of Comic Strip Art died in his sleep during a late afternoon nap, according to Michael E. Uslan, a close family friend and an executive producer on all the Batman feature films since the 1980s.
Sad how I don't have anything to say about this. I haven't cared much about Batman before but this got my attention.