Batman to be First Inductee In Comic-Con Museum’s Character Hall of Fame

Of course, the only reason Batman agreed to be in the Comic-Con Hall of Fame in the first place is so that he can take down the other Hall of Fame members if they ever go rogue.

Everyone’s favourite superhero, Batman, who turned 80 years old on Saturday, got a birthday gift at WonderCon in Anaheim, with the fictional character being announced as the first entrant to the Comic-Con Museum’s Character Hall of Fame later this year.

The honour was announced during the “Happy Birthday, Batman!” panel at WonderCon on Saturday, alongside David Mazouz (‘Gotham’), Kevin Conroy (‘Batman: The Animated Series’, ‘Justice League Unlimited’), Lee Meriwether (‘The 1966 Batman television series’), Roger Craig Smith (‘Batman: Arkham Origins’), and Grace Randolph (‘Beyond the Trailer’), reported The Hollywood Reporter.

Batman to be first inductee into Comic-Con Museum’s Character Hall of Fame

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