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Batman: Mitch Gerads Reveals Special 80th Anniversary Shirt for SDCC

In honor of the 80th anniversary of Batman, this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego will feature a the Dark Knight on a shirt designed by artist Mitch Gerads.

The shirt, which you can see below, will retail for between $19.34 and $29.04 at the convention. It's also available for pre-order now.

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This is not the only Batman-themed merchandise available at the annual comics convention. LEGO will be celebrating the milestone with a set available exclusively at SDCC 2019. Mattel will sell new Batman figures and Batmobile sets at the convention.

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Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, Batman first appeared in 1939's Detective Comics #27. The popular character is one of the recognizable in the world, and his adventures have been adapted for television, film, video games and pretty much every other medium. His current series is being written by Tom King, who has worked with Gerads and Batman and Mister Miracle. King will soon depart Batman, though who will replace him is unknown at this time.

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Comic-Con International in San Diego runs Thursday, July 18 through Sunday, July 21.

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