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To celebrate Batman Day, the creators currently writing the Bat-family books came together and teased what's coming for the Dark Knight.
Funko and IAmElemental unveil NYCC exclusives while Tweeterhead shows off He-Man and plenty of adorable comic characters make their debut.
Batman Day has officially arrived, and what better way to celebrate than with Bat-Meatloaf? Or perhaps some Bat-Sushi?
Mike Allred, Ivan Reis, Kenneth Rocafort and more lend their talent to these variants for "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1.
Artist Gianmarco Magnani previously created Batman and Robin prints, so if you were lucky enough to purchase those, Batgirl would complete the set.
A Deviantart artist has created a Family Tree for the latest Boy Wonder, featuring almost every member of the Bat-family as Damian might draw them.
As we begin the countdown to New York Comic Con, Funko has unveiled its first wave of event-exclusive merchandise.
The fan-favorite artist shares which of Batman's biggest foes he'd love to get the chance to draw, in an exclusive excerpt from DC All Access.
The Ninth Circuit handed DC Comics another victory in its four-year legal battle with a manufacturer of unlicensed Batmobile replicas.
According to showrunner Bruno Heller, the Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo-created antagonists will make its way to the show sooner or later.
A survey of smartphone users found that more iPhone owners leaned toward Superman, while Android users went with Batman. How did Wonder Woman fare?
Artist Alex Solis cleverly pulls back the curtain on 16 famous characters in a series of illustrations titled "Icons Unmasked."
Joseph Illidge examines how DC Comics has tackled violence in the Black community through the Batman and other heroes.
The actor discusses Edward Nygma's deteriorating mental state, and what makes "Gotham's" Riddler so deadly.
Following the news that Bill Finger will receive credit on "Gotham" and "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," revisit Tom Bondurant's 2012 column on the writer.
The comic book publisher joins forces with the publishing house for a series of books reimagining the DCU Trinity as middle-school junior sleuths.
The late writer will be officially recognized in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Gotham" for his contributions in creating the Bat-mythos.
The actor discusses re-connecting with Edward Nygma, meeting young Bruce Wayne, and which infamous trick umbrella he'd love Oswald to get his hands on.
Kodansha promises "biggest" announcement at NYCC! Scott Snyder, Brian Azzarello and Jock talk "Batman #44"! Why The Hero Initiative is important! Plus more!
Brian Azzarello talks in-depth with CBR News about co-writing "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" with his longtime friend Frank Miller.
Amendola talks with CSBG about the behind-the-scenes drama that occurred while making "Night of the Stalker," one of the all-time classic Batman stories.
To make room for a wealthy client's car collection without marring the beauty of the home, a design firm dug deep -- and looked to "The Dark Knight" for inspiration.
Sideshow Collectibles has unveiled its Batman "The Dark Knight" Premium Format figure, complete with interchangeable head and a hefty price tag.
DC's new Batman weekly series is coming, and CBR has the exclusive first look at Tony Daniel's #1 interiors and solicits for #9-13.
Funko and Underground Toys have new Star Wars items while Sideshow, Kotobukiya and Executive Replicas flip to comic characters for inspiration.
How It Should Have Ended marks 10 years with a parody of Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" video, featuring Batman, Superman and an all-star cast.
DC Comics has debuted Jae Lee and Sean Murphy's retailer variants for the new sequel to "Dark Knight Returns."
This month, Brian Hibbs examines his approach to DC Comics' "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" and the promise and peril of Local Comic Shop Day.
Scott Snyder, Brian Azzarello and Jock's "Batman" #44 "is how you pull off an over-sized issue."
Comic readers know him as Commissioner Gordon, but Ben McKenzie's take on the character will apparently quit the force in the Season 2 premiere.
The 1990s were quite a time for silly superhero battle armors. CSBG counts down the top five silliest (in between laughs).
The future police commissioner gets himself in a little deeper when he asks "Gotham's" new crime lord for a favor.
A day dedicated to celebrating the Dark Knight arrives this September, featuring exclusive issues, comic creator signings and more.
Inspired by "Batman: Death of the Family," the Joker Ground Breaker is sure to induce more than a few nightmares on Halloween.
The "Wytches" team is back on the Dark Knight, and talk to CBR about the unconventional origin tale for newly introduced villain Mr. Bloom.
Composer Blake Neely spoke with CBR TV about working on The CW's DC Comics-based shows, "Supergirl" and giving Aquaman "swagger."
Was DC Comics going to kill Jason Todd regardless of the 1-900 poll results? And if Jason Todd hadn't been killed, what was his destiny to be?
DC Comics will celebrate Batman Day with an 8-page story heralding the arrival of "Batman and Robin Eternal."
James Tynion IV tells CBR that while there are many players in the upcoming weekly series, these three have special roles in its story.
Scott Snyder and guest artist Jock uncover the shady origins of Gotham City's newest major villain.