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In their latest look at awesomely strange comic book stories, CSBG examines when Superman and Batman saved the day through... tentacle sex?!
Batman and the City of Monroe Police dance it out in their entry in the popular internet meme challenge.
Two posters that got left out of the massive marketing push for the film have surfaced online, and they show one pissed off Superman.
The third month of DC Comics' Rebirth initiative sees the debut of "Batgirl and the Birds of Prey," "All-Star Batman," "Superwoman" and more!
A Thai food artist makes whimsical rice balls of such characters as Iron Man, Batman, Superman, Captain America and Baymax.
Did the Dark Knight really kill his nemesis at the end of "The Killing Joke?" And did David Choe nearly create an X-Men comic book?
This pint-sized Dark Knight is ready for anything that Gotham, or Superman, can throw at him. But mostly he's ready for a nap.
The "American Vampire" artists shares a cover that may reveal Joker's new look under the Rebirth revamp.
WB Games has announced the "Arkham" remaster collection, which will go on sale July 29 for $49.99 USD.
James Tynion and Riley Rossmo "deliver a good mix of emotional and plot beats" in "Batman" #52.
Look back at just some of Cooke's comics work, from "Catwoman" and "The New Frontier" to "The Spirit" and "Parker."
The cast of "New Super-Man" grows in August, while "Detective Comics'" Bat-Family continues to investigate the "Rise of the Batmen."
The comics legend teams with writer Tony Bedard for a DC custom comic starring a pair of cosplaying meerkats. (Really!)
The premier statue maker is set to release a Batman ArtFX+ figurine inspired by the Bruce Timm animated series.
The Pop! Vinyl line expands as Batman's villains modify the Dark Knight's duds.
Batman's dark past casts a shadow over Bruce Wayne's bright future in the final pre-Rebirth issue of Batman by James Tynion IV & Riley Rossmo.
The Italian fashion house has teamed with Marvel and DC Comics for a series of high-end -- and high-priced -- shoes inspired by the iconic heroes.
For the vigilante who has to balance school, work and crime-fighting, there's this Batman backpack. Or "Batpack," if you will.
Get your first look at a few of DC's variants for the publisher's "Rebirth" one-shots, hitting stands June 1.
A new listing has revealed that Warner Animation's "Batman: The Killing Joke" will be in stores by the end of the summer.
Batman. Wonder Woman. Superman. Harley Quinn. Which of DC's recently revealed Rebirth redesigns do you like best?
The costume designer behind "Civil War" and "Batman v Superman" unveils his unused, super-accurate Apocalypse design.
With Snyder and Capullo's game-changing tenure on "Batman" at its end, CBR revisits the run that defined the Caped Crusader for a generation.
As Greg Capullo leaves "Batman" behind, one illustrator pays homage in classic fashion.
Superman and Batman settle the score in a totally new way in this fun LEGO scene.
Superman's strength becomes a serious -- and deadly -- liability in this new comedy video from Funny or Die.
DC Comics has provided CBR with Greg Capullo's character design for Batman's new look, complete with annotations.
CBR has a look at DC's "Rebirth" character designs by Jim Lee, Tony Daniel, Pat Gleason, Brad Walker, Jonboy Meyers & Jorge Jimenez.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #51 "is about as perfect an ending for their time on the character as could be."
CSBG has the answer to the reader-submitted question of when Batman and Catwoman shared their first kiss!
Comics & animation writer Paul Dini discusses the violent origins of his Batman OGN with Eduardo Risso, Harley Quinn's road to stardom and more.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo tease a Court of Owls tale, hint at "All-Star Batman" plans and explain why their run wrapped an issue before #52.
With Joker's key roles in the upcoming "Suicide Squad" and "Batman: The Killing Joke" movies, learn everything about the Clown Prince of Crime.
Warner Bros. has released the first official trailer for the Kevin Conroy-Mark Hamill "Killing Joke" animated movie.
Check out all -- or most of -- the comic book and animated series references you might have missed in Rocksteady's first "Arkham" game.
After a long night patrolling Neo-Gotham, lounge around the Batcave in this cozy, hooded "Batman Beyond" robe.
The legendary actor passed on a chance at the generation-defining superhero film because he couldn't wrap his head around it.
Stop what you're doing and listen to the Pearl Jam frontman and his 7-year-old daughter cover the theme song to the classic TV show.
This video traces eight decades of Alfred Pennyworth on screen, from William Austin and Alan Napier to Michael Caine and Jeremy Irons.
Did Batman have a What If...? comic a decade before Marvel? And did DC Comics almost change their name to Dynamic Comics?