Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman contains several revelations, one of which particularly stunned comics fans—and even some regular people.
But the full story is not confined to the book. In our post-paper era, I left out some choice discoveries, with the intention of posting them here.
Two of the most compelling: the almost-successful campaign by Bill’s second wife to get his name into the credits of Batman (1989) and the evidence that Bill—at least once—stood up to Bob.
Some notable outfits picked up on these controversial topics:
The Beat (formerly part of Publishers Weekly; The Beat also addresses a third Big Issue I blogged about: are Batman and Robin gay?)
Blastr (part of SyFy, formerly known as the Sci-Fi Channel)
Comic Book Resources
Earlier post with similar bent.