Bat Man
Victor Rousseau Emanuel
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Bat Man

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Spicy Mystery, Feb 1936br/BAT MANbr/by Lew Merrillbr/br/Was he animal or was he human? Sometimes he loved the woman who had been his fianceacute;e; at other times he cared only for his furry mate. What had happened to John Charters?br/br/Some credit this story as one of the many inspirations for Bob Kane's Batman.
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Published (first published February 4th 2011)
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Victor Rousseau Emanuel (1879-1960) was a writer of pulp fiction who was active in Great Britain and the United States in the first half of the 20th century. He wrote under the pen names "Victor Rousseau" and "H. M. Egbert".

After an early career as a reporter for the New York World and as an editor of Harper's Weekly, he became a fiction writer. He wrote in a variety of genres, including historica...more
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