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Without a live action feature film to her name, DC Comics' popular villain has still managed to make a major impression on the pop culture landscape.
In a discussion about the big events in "Batman"#38, Scott Snyder confirms that "Endgame" is definitely the last time he'll ever write The Joker.
Collectible toy company Kotobukiya has revealed a new set of DC Comics mini figures based on "Li’l Gotham" by Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs.
As Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo push the "Endgame" arc forward, this issue "gives readers a lot to consider."
Becky Cloonan, Brendan Fletcher & Karl Kerschl explain the Dark Knight's significance to the series, and how Olive and Maps are like Batman and Robin.
There's romance ahead as the detective continues cleaning up his act, and the actor marvels at his experiences as the GCPD's increasingly good bad boy.
The veteran artist's recent stroke has his family trying to figure out how to come up with the $200,000 he needs for care and physical therapy.
CBR has a first look at a clip from this month's "Throne of Atlantis" animated feature featuring the talents of Nathan Fillion & Christopher Gorham.
Did Batman almost brandish pistols during the 1960's "New Look" era? Does the Multiverse owe its existence to Carmine Infantino messing with Julie Schwartz?
In its latest unresolved story spotlight, CSBG looks at the unsolved mystery of Brian K. Vaughan and Marco Martin's Batman villain, the Skeleton!
Ben McKenzie discusses the changes in Jim Gordon, and how his current relationship with Bruce Wayne may one day impact his partnership with Batman.
The "Gotham" EP explains the importance of planning ahead, which for the hit show includes figuring out when and how to introduce its first costumed villain.
Joker Man makes his superheroic debut in Rob Williams & Ruben Procopio's "Batman '66" #52, but what is the Clown Prince of Crime's real game?
The genre favorite offers "Gotham" a younger take on a character that has traditionally been presented as Bruce Wayne's protective mother figure.
"Smallville" and "Hell on Wheels" actor Christopher Heyerdahl discusses the hunt for the Electrocutioner and his return to the DC Universe.
Creators often drop stories from previous writers, like when Catwoman went from being Batman's love interest in the '80s to becoming a bad guy again.
Fans will see more of young James Gordon and pre-Batman Bruce Wayne as Fox gives an early renewal to the Bruno Heller-run television drama.
James Gordon's attempts to clean up his reputation continue in this preview for the next episode of "Gotham."
The animated feature, based on Snyder & Capullo's "The Court of Owls," will include Kevin Conroy and "Weird Al" Yankovic in its voice cast.
In their latest silver age spotlight, CSBG takes a look at one of the oddest members of Batman's extended supporting cast - Batman Jones!
Hasbro's Spider-Man line leaks while Pop Culture Shock unveils a double-dose of Batman and Master of the (Evil) Universe Skeletor.
Over the weekend, Google’s block-long, 8-stories-tall digital billboard - the largest in North America - ran an ad for "Batman, Vol. 1: The Court of Owls."
It looks like one of the longest rivalries in comics has ended in the latest ad from McDonald's that shows the Joker making a balloon animal for Batman.
A pay it forward group called BOOST teamed up with the KCPD to help Isaac Walker transform into the Dark Knight.
Geoff Johns has revealed finished art from the long-awaited second volume of "Batman: Earth One" by Gary Frank, Jon Sibal and Brad Anderson.
James Tynion IV and Roge Antonio deliver a "disturbingly entertaining" issue with the Joker-centric "Batman Annual" #3.
Game director Arthur Parsons and the voice of Batman, Troy Baker, spoke with CBR TV about why the scope of "LEGO Batman 3" goes far "Beyond Gotham."
The classic lyrics "Jingle Bells, Batman Smells" get visualized in a Christmas display, complete with Robin laying an egg and Joker getting away.
Peter Tomasi and Andy Kubert speak with CBR about reviving Robin and the growing popularity of Damian Wayne.
The Caped Crusader has a long tradition of safeguarding Gotham City during the holiday season in some of his most poignant storylines.
Check out a first look at two new DC Comics variants including Andy Kubert's "Batman" #38 and Andrew Robinson's "Effigy" #1.
As Hot Toys reveals "Avengers: Age of Ultron" designs, DC Collectibles shows off more animated Batman figures.
While the fame of some of "Batman's" guest stars faded in time, every last one was a Hollywood A-lister when they visited Gotham City
New fan film "Crossing Over" pits Dexter Morgan against the Dark Knight in an entertaining -- if unexpected -- face-off.
Batman Group Editor Mark Doyle discusses his first year on the job, the myriad creative changes under his watch and his vision for the Bat family books.
The actor, who played The Riddler in 1995’s "Batman Forever", say’s he’d like to return to the franchise, although probably not in the same role.
Scott Snyder discusses Bruce Wayne's psyche in "Endgame" as he counter-attacks a fearless maniac, and tells CBR about the final pages of "Batman" #37.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo's "Batman" #37 "delivers surprises, tension, chills and a lot of extra pages to boot" as "Endgame" continues.
DC Comics gets in on the Loot Crate action this month with "Batman" #36 and a new cover illustrated by series artist Greg Capullo.
Twenty-five years after the release of Tim Burton’s "Batman," the actor remains "very secure" in his role as the Dark Knight.