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A self-described "doodler from the Bronx," Kane developed his skills as a child by tracing cartoons out of newspapers before breaking into comics in 1936, working on humorous material such as "Peter Pupp" and "Hiram Hick." He continued to draw comic strips, selling "Rusty and His Pals" to Adventure Comics in 1938, and "Clip Carson" the next year to Action Comics.
The success of Action Comics' Superman led its publisher, National Publications (a forerunner of DC Comics) to seek an equally powerful and appealing hero.
Over one weekend, Kane developed "the Bat-man" from three sources: the character of Zorro, a Leonardo da Vinci sketch of a man trying to fly with bat-like wings, and the silent mystery movie "The Bat." "Batman is associated more with the average man than Superman.
He doesn't have superpowers, but that's part of the longevity of him. Average Guy; he could bleed and die," Kane told The Times in 1995.