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When September rolls around, DC Comics will release four new Batman-starring series and CBR wants to know which #1 issue you're most looking forward to!
UPDATED: Capping off a day of DC Comics announcements, the publisher makes plans for phase two of "Batman Inc." as well as "Red Hood & The Outlaws, "Batwing," "Batgirl," "Birds of Prey" and "Detective Comics."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman: The Dark Knight" #2, written and drawn by Dave Finch. The issue, with covers by Finch and Andy Clarke, hits stores on March 23.
Writer/artist David Finch discussed teaming the Caped Crusader with Etrigan the Demon in his ongoing "Batman: The Dark Knight" series and DC Comics teased readers with a new Finch illustration of the hellspawn hero.
The writer/artist behind DC's latest ongoing Batman series, David Finch swings by CBR to uncover what obscure heroes help drive the supernatural tone of "The Dark Knight" plus an exclusive preview of the first issue.
With a pair of Dark Knights suiting up for the all-new "Batman Inc." era, CBR's THE BAT SIGNAL shines on the two writer-artists charting solo adventures for Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson, Tony Daniel and David Finch.
Writer/artist David Finch stopped by CBR TV to discuss his current work on "Batman: The Dark Knight," his confidence level when it comes to writing versus illustration, redesigning the Batman costume and more
DC Comics has released a pair of Batman-themed advance previews, offering early looks at November's heavily anticipated "Batman Inc." #1 and "Batman: The Dark Knight" #1.
An already rich genre movie season has just become even wealthier with news that Christopher Nolan's third Batman film is to open in the summer of 2012, joining new Spider-Man and Star Trek films plus "The Avengers."
At a worldwide gross of $1.84 billion and a $533.3 million domestic, "Avatar," a 20th Century Fox Production, is now the second highest grossing movie domestically. A spot previously held by the "Dark Knight."
The long national nightmare is officially over -- Keith Giffen has returned! After far too long of a break, Giffen is back at CBR to share his opinion on pretty much everything, and if you're in his sights, well, you're definitely in trouble.
Though Heath Ledger gets a much deserved posthumous nod for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as The Joker, Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" has been shut out of nearly every major Oscar category.
Money makes the comics world go round and talent shouldn't be afraid of it. Plus, a 1950's Joe Kubert horror comic, thanks for 2008, more Chsitmas songs, the fall TV season, "The Dark Knight" and much more.
Hugh Jackman will host the 81st annual Academy Awards. Given "The Dark Knight's" pre-Oscar buzz, it's likely Wolverine will preside over a triumphant night for the Batman, echoing scenes from "Batman Vs. Wolverine" a.k.a. "The Prestige."
The nominees for the 66th annual Golden Globe Awards have been announced, and Heath Ledger has earned a posthumous nod for his celebrated role as The Joker in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight."
One last shot at publicity for the bullet riddled requel, while Frank Miller plans on April, Christian Bale heads back to the silver screen, plus "Hancock 2," "Emo Boy," "Heroes" and more.
CBR News attended Spike TV’s third annual Scream Awards at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, where comics and comic book movies reigned supreme, with "The Dark Knight" taking home 12 trophies.
"The Dark Knight" crossed the 500 million mark this weekend, putting the beloved Batman picture less than 100 million away from all-time record holder "Titanic," while moving up a spot in the week's Top 10.
"The Dark Knight" deflected competition from the crusty "The Mummy" franchise and has now passed the $400 million mark in the US in just 18 days, breaking another record and putting it that much closer to sinking "Titanic."
Stephen takes a long look at "The Dark Knight," shares some pages form his "Two Guns" comic, plus some classic "Wyatt Earp" pages, memories of San Diego, the best game show ever and much more in this week's edition of PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Who needs newer characters? One of the genre's oldest veterans is back on screen and hauling in the dollars, with a critically acclaimed sequel and box office records shattered left and right.
The records continue to fall at the hands of the Batman. Following a record breaking $18.5 million dollar midnight open, "The Dark Knight" took in $66.4 million on Friday, making it the biggest Friday opening ever.
With an estimated $18.5 million earned since its opening at 12:00 this morning, Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" has broken the "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith" record for biggest earnings for a midnight opening.
With the premiere of the "The Dark Knight" nearly upon us, CBR brings you the second of an in-depth history of the Joker in comics and film, from the turbulent 1970s to the new Heath Ledger-starring film.
Editor Lee Smith and First Assistant Editor John Lee discuss exclusively with CBR their task of bringing Christopher Nolan’s Batman epic to the IMAX screen, and confirm once and for all that Heath Ledger completed all his work for the film.
Director Christopher Nolan talks with CBR News about the challenges of technology and casting in “The Dark Knight,” shares his designers' reactions to the notion of the Batpod, and talks Harvey Dent.
With "The Dark Knight" in theaters around the world next week, we take an in-depth look at the literary and cinematic history of the Batman's greatest foe, the Joker, in this first of a two-part series.
Tuesday's Citizens for Batman events in NYC and Chicago ended with enormous Bat-signals projected above the cities. CBR was in New York to see what one fan called “geeks stopping traffic.”
“The Dark Knight’s” Christian Bale talks once more to CBR about Batman’s discipline and intensity, Heath Ledger, and the importance of Christopher Nolan to the reborn film franchise.
With a countdown clock that runs out Tuesday night, the Citizens for Batman website has updated with coordinates for "major" events in New York City and Chicago.
The new Rachel Dawes, Maggie Gyllenhaal, talks with CBR News about taking over the role from Katie Holmes, the differences between "The Dark Knight" movies and independent films, and 300-storey drops.
CBR News speaks once more with "The Dark Knight" co-star Gary Oldman, this time about the appeal of Jim Gordon, his upcoming “A Christmas Carol,” and his thoughts for a third Batman film. SPOILER WARNING.
CBR received this afternoon another package from Citizens for Batman, this time with a t-shirt and stickers and indications of a "major" event happening next week. Also revealed is a new poster.
“The Dark Knight” producers Charles Roven and Emma Thomas tell CBR News about the benefits and difficulties of using IMAX cameras to film the Batman sequel, including what sequences were shot in the oversized format.
David S. Goyer and Jonathan Nolan tell CBR News of the tragic and elemental forces at work in their script for "The Dark Knight," from which comics they took inspiration, and who the film's true protagonist is.
Christopher Nolan's second Batman outing is a dark, haunting vision that reveals to a mass audience what fans of the characters have known for years - the Joker is nothing to laugh at.
CBR talks to Gary Oldman about his role as Jim Gordon in "The Dark Knight." Oldman discusses the challenges of his non-insane character, assumes blame for some botched takes, and praises co-star Heath Ledger. SPOILER WARNING.
CBR talks to Aaron Eckhart about his portrayal of Harvey Dent in the hotly anticipated new Batman film, "The Dark Knight." Eckhart discusses comics, the nature of violence in our times, and Dent's ultimate destiny. SPOILER WARNING.
CBR talks to actor Christian Bale about his work on the hotly anticipated new Batman film, "The Dark Knight," in which his titular hero dons a new costume, rides a new bike, makes a new friend, and breaks a lot of people's arms.
In this first of a series of interviews with the cast and crew of "The Dark Knight," CBR's Andy Khouri goes in-depth with director Christopher Nolan about his vision of the Joker, Batman's detective acumen, and themes of violence and escalation.