Jerry Robinson created the infamous Joker and played a vital role in the development of legendary Batman characters Robin, Alfred, and Penguin. His vast body of work spans 30 years as an internationally-syndicated political cartoonist, 30 books, and numerous exhibitions (including The Superhero, now on world tour, and Human Rights for the United Nations). In this panel, moderator Danny Fingeroth (Superman on the Couch: What Superheroes Really tell Us About Ourselves and Our Society) interviews Robinson about his still-very-active career. (lampbane)
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