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The time was ripe for this villain when he debuted in 1958. Like so many super-villains, he was determined to both make his fortune and make a fool of Batman, and he planned to do so by committing crimes related to the seasons. Foolishly leaving a hidden clue to his true identity, Batman ultimately deciphered it. It would be another 20 years before audiences learned more about this mysterious foe.
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Julian Gregory Day, also known as the Calendar Man, is a supervillain from the DC Comics...