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"Robin Rises" continues as the Dark Knight Battles Darkside for Damian's soul in DC Comics' "Batman & Robin" #37 by Peter Tomasi & Patrick Gleason.
The latest comic based on Rocksteady's hit "Arkham" games will reveal the origin of the mysterious Arkham Knight.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato discuss re-imagining Anarky, and why Gotham's citizens have been waiting for a catalyst like him to arrive on the scene.
"Batman" scribe Scott Snyder's Reddit AMA teased developments for the "Wytches" film, the future of the Bat-books and much more.
"Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World" will have its world premiere in January at the Slamdance Film Festival.
The earliest known licensed Batmobile, a customized 1956 Oldsmobile 88 built in a New Hampshire barn, sold at auction over the weekend for $137,000.
CBLR finishes its 500th celebration by looking at the strange plans Frank Miller had for the Year One Batman film before "Batman Begins" was made.
With an exclusive look at their Batman tale, Ron Marz and Cully Hamner discuss the iconic hero and why Edgar Allan Poe is a perfect addition to his rogues.
CBR has confirmed previous reports of a potential Frank Miller and Scott Snyder co-written sequel to DC's celebrated "Dark Knight Returns."
"Batman: The Complete Television Series" disc problems have been fixed by Warner Bros., which will offer replacements with even more features.
Batman faces off against the Arkham Knight's drone tanks in new "Batman: Arkham Knight" gameplay footage featuring the might of the Batmobile.
As the Adam West-inspired digital series moves forward, Jeff Parker has plans for more foes unseen on TV and solo Batgirl stories.
A Spanish soccer club has decided not to use an updated version of its traditional bat emblem, avoiding a possible legal fight with DC Comics.
The Oscar winner reveals that while he knew it was time to hang up the cape, part of him still wanted to play the Dark Knight again.
The new look at "Batman: Arkham Knight" showcases the Batmobile's combat abilities and the new 'Fear Takedown' maneuver.
Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal deliver DC Comics' "Arkham Manor" #2 on Nov. 26, in which Jack Shaw reveals his importance to Batman.
Batman features in a variety of pieces from different companies this week while Funko rolls out a small army of Pop Vinyls and much more!
Did Miller & Mazzuchelli's "Batman: Year One" lead to Alan Davis leaving "Detective Comics?" And why do Iron Man fans owe MySpace a debt of gratitude?
DC Comics is reportedly trying to prevent Valencia C.F. from registering a trademark for a new version of its nearly century-old bat crest.
A major DC Comics character make his New 52 debut, Harley Quinn gets a Valentine's special and more in DC Comics' February 2015 solicitations!
The former "Masters of Sex" actor explains just how far he'll go to bring the future Two-Face to life, including learning to flip a coin with his left hand.
This 1956 Oldsmobile 88 was customized in a New Hampshire barn and sanctioned by DC Comics.
Check out an exclusive first look at the February solicitations for DC Comics' "Batman Eternal" weekly series, plus Ethan Van Sciver's #44 cover.
Global licensing sales figures put Marvel's Spider-Man well ahead of the pack with $1.3 billion in worldwide sales during 2013.
Calling "Endgame" 'the last time I intend to write Joker,' Scott Snyder has a spoiler-filled talk with us about the latest chapter's twist, turns and shocking revelations.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo continue "Endgame" in "Batman" #36, "a strong and well-composed comic" and "the sign of strong craft."
The "Endgame" installment will also receive a variant cover by Andy Kubert depicting one of Joker's "Greatest Hits."
The former Caped Crusader discusses how important it was for the classic show to get the characters right, and its positive influence on generations of fans.
Gotham City's most notorious villains finally tie the knot in a fan wedding where the bride and groom take on the roles of Harley Quinn & Joker.
The third "LEGO Batman" takes the action out of Gotham City and into outer space -- and encompasses more than 150 DC Comics characters.
Continuing its celebration of Batman's 75th Anniversary, DC has released a visual journey of the Dark Knight's look throughout the years.
CSBG has a collection of pop culture references in old comic books, like Spider-Man poking fun at the first "Batman" movie and more!
Was Grant Morrison's "Arkham Asylum" originally going to feature Robin? And did "Peanuts" really coin the term 'security blanket'?
Scott Snyder says "Eternal" will return after a break, while discussing possible Amazon plans, a year-long break from comics and more.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo tell CBR TV about being "Batman's" Dynamic Duo, the evolution of their collaboration and the Clown Prince of Crime's return.
Things get out of hand when Deacon Blackfire makes his return to Gotham, presented in "Batman Eternal" #30 by Ray Fawkes and Fernando Pasarin.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio & Jim Lee spoke with CBR during NYCC about the Batman line, DC's expanding TV presence, "Futures End" and more.
Only the Spectre can stop Hell from bursting out of Arkham Asylum in DC Comics' "Batman Eternal" #29 by Snyder, Tynion, Fawkes and Coleby.
Greg Capullo joined Scott Snyder for the writer's spotlight panel as the two answered questions about "Batman," editorial interference and more.
The legendary Adam West discusses playing Batman in the 1960s, why the TV series is back in vogue and acting with nothing more than his voice.