In Boys of Steel, Nobleman celebrates the amazing story of Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, two Depression-era teens from Cleveland. Superman debuted in 1938 when Siegel and Shuster were only 24 years old. Boys of Steel received multiple star reviews and was named an American Library Association Notable Book.
Bill the Boy Wonder illuminates Bill Finger's role in the creation of Batman. Finger, a Jewish writer from the Bronx, came up with the original vision of Batman in 1939.
However, during the first twenty-five years of Batman comics, Finger's name only appeared once while all credit was attributed to Bob Kane.