Bill Finger's name can't be used as a credit for creating Batman, due to Bob Kane trading rights to have his name on every Batman comic and show.
Durring the 1950's Finger departed from working with Kane and went on to work with Dick Sprang.
Finger also wrote many Superman stories, one was "The Girl from Superman's Past."
Bill Finger's contract, by comparison, left him with a monetary pittance and no credit even on the stories that he wrote without Kane.
Bill Finger never got reimbersed for creating Batman, even after he died, his family wasn't.
Back when Bob and Bill brought Batman to the pages of Detective comics, the character was named The Bat-man.
New evidence favors the fact that Bill for the most part did create Batman.
Bill Finger's first story of Batman was called "The Case of The Chemical Syndicate."
Bill Finger wrote Detective Comics #27.
On the most part, he created Batman with a little help from Bob Kane.
Bill Finger only wrote 2 episodes for the Adam West Batman show. And it was a two parter.
Bill Finger and Bob Kane were classmates in High School.
Bill Finger had a major role in creating the Joker, as well as the Riddler, Two-Face and more.
Bill finger retolled the idea that Bob Kane had by a long shot.