Unless you’ve spent 80 years living in a Batcave, you probably know a lot about Batman including his origins, his gadgets and his affinity for young sidekicks. What you won’t know is that a crazy series of occasions drove Batman to being the dark, agonizing vigilante that he is today. Here some of the craziest moments in Batman’s history.
1. 1954: Seduction of the Innocent
Fredric Wertham published Seduction of the Innocent. This criticized the non-customary relationship amongst Batman and his young ward. In order to maintain a strategic distance from complete oversight, comic distributors themselves thought of the Comics Code Authority to address Wertham’s wildly distorted concerns. Numerous fans trust that the Code’s limitations against graphic portrayals of crime brought forth the ascend to the crazy sci-fi of the Silver Age.
2. 1958: Zur-En-Arrh
In the mid-1950s, Batman started to have inter-dimensional and outer space adventures. In this way, in Batman #113, our saint makes an odd outing to visit a worn out, multi-coloured Batman from Planet Zur-En-Arrh who needs Earth’s Batman’s help in fighting an alien attack.
Furthermore, the modern Batman writer Grant Morrison incorporated the forgotten, crazy adventure from Batman’s goofy comics history into being some sort of trip into Bruce Wayne’s personal Imagination Land. Evidently, Batman himself made “Zur-En-Arrh” Batman as a “backup personality” in case he ever went crazy.