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Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, the character debuted in Batman #49 (October 1948).
Often the plot of a story featuring Vicki Vale revolved around her suspicions that Batman and Bruce Wayne were the same person.
Batman would usually manage to fool her by the end of each story into concluding that he was not really Bruce Wayne, but her suspicions would re-emerge in a later story.
Felix Stiessen and Valerie Roche (saabfan and whatsuptoday on the Lego Ideas website) first proposed their Saturn V in 2014.
The project received its 10,000th vote on the crowdsourcing platform in November 2015, qualifying for it for a review by Lego's professional design team.