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Hot Toys unveils regular and deluxe versions of Hulk while Sideshow brings Dark Knight Batman out of the shadows. Plus much, much more!
Professional athletes are like real world superheroes, but what if your favorite NFL stars actually donned the personas of comic book heroes?
Discover whether Christopher Walken's Max Schreck in "Batman Returns" was originally written as Harvey Dent, better known as Two-Face!
Classic arcade versions of Iron Man, Captain America, Batman and Superman square off over their upcoming movie team-ups, "Civil War" and "Dawn of Justice."
CBR has the exclusive reveal of a trio of covers from DC Comics, by artists Andy Kubert, Juan Jose Ryp and John Paul Leon.
Using Kevlar and silicone molds, Philadelphia University student Jackson Gordon created his own lightweight Batsuit that can withstand anything from a punch to a baseball bat.
Masks come to the world of "Gotham" in a big way as the Red Hood Gang -- who play a pivotal role in Batman comics lore -- make their presence felt.
"The LEGO Movie" may have been shut out of the race for Best Animated Feature, but it stole at least part of the 87th Academy Awards ceremony
When the family and friends of 31-year-old Stephen Merrill didn't have a cause of death required for the obituary, they improvised.
Set in the wake of Batman and Wonder Woman's strangest makeovers, writer Larry Hama's "Convergence" series explores what makes DC's heroes iconic.
The veteran writer explains why his take on Damian Wayne and the JLI will zero in on character first as worlds collide to apocalyptic effect.
Join CBR as we celebrate some of the finest and most outlandish moments in the madcap career of Harley Quinn.
The actor spoke with CBR about taking baby steps toward becoming the Riddler, Kristen Kringle's role in the transformation and meeting the Penguin.
DC Comics' iconic trinity assembles to unearth Paradise Island's darkest secrets in the pages of Meredith & David Finch's "Wonder Woman" #39.
Oscar frontrunner Michael Keaton reflects on his career highs, from creating the Dark Knight's signature whisper-voice to defining Beetlejuice and more.
Superfan Chris Banner moonlights as San Diego's real-life Batman in his spare time, complete with Batsuit and custom Batmobile.
While not exactly the card or flowers you may have been expecting, The Joker gets in the spirit of the holiday as only he can in this short film.
CBR traces the breakout DC character's origin from animation to comics to live-action and simplifies her crazy history with Batman and the Joker.
During his stints on the character the veteran writer-editor made indelible contributions to the Dark Knight's enduring mythos.
"The Bedford Diaries'" Victoria Cartagena discusses "Gotham's" take on Renee Montoya and becoming the Question.
Vengeful spirits are on the attack in Gotham City as writer Ray Fawkes and artist Javi Fernandez spearhead Batman's latest weekly adventure.
Jim Lee sketches the next DC statue from Kotobukiya, Diamond Select Toys unveils miles of Minimates and much more!
Batman plans to save the world while Batzarro naps in this exclusive clip from "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League."
"Gotham" has added the "Heroes" veteran as the Ogre -- a new antagonist that shares a name with a DC Comics character.
Todd McFarlane has unveiled a glimpse of a planned but never published Spawn/Batman crossover illustrated by Greg Capullo and himself.
Restored copy of Batman's debut heads to auction! Cartoonist Joseph Farris passes away. A look at American attitudes about "Charlie Hebdo's" Muhammad cartoons!
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.