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DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for items shipping in October, including the latest on "Forever Evil," "Justice League 3000," "Superman/Wonder Woman," Vertigo's new wave of titles and more.
Cyborg does his best to recruit the mysterious Batman to his cause in the first clip from the July 30-debuting "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" animated feature from Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment.
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman '66" #1 4 stars, calling the digital-first by Jeff Parker & Jonathan Case "a nostalgia stuffed innovation" with "a fun story and striking art delivered by top-notch talent."
Greg McElhatton gives "Batman Incorporated" #12 4 stars, saying the penultimate issue of Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's run on the title has "gorgeous art and a fast-paced story."
The recently deceased Damian Wayne will live on in a parallel universe story chronicling his rise to the mantle of Dark Knight in Andy Kubert's "Damian: Son of Batman."
Jeff Parker and company's digital comics version of Adam West's "Batman" debuts today, and THE BAT SIGNAL is back to hear about the history of the cult comedy adaptation and its impact on the 21st Century comic.
Warner Bros. Animation has released the full title sequence for "Beware the Batman," the new Dark Knight animated series that hits Cartoon Network on July 13.
DC Comics has released a preview of Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's "Batman Incorporated" #12. With Leviathan and the Heretic on the ropes, Batman comes close to avenging all he's lost July 3.
DC Comics has released a preview of the final issue of Grant Morrison's "Batman Incorporated" saga, giving a first look at Chris Burnham's interiors for the end of Morrison's run.
A face from a crime lord's past comes back to haunt him while the flying beast of Gotham City is unleashed in Frank Tieri's Villains Month stories starring Batman rogues Penguin and Man-Bat.
One of comics most enduring partnerships was reborn with the release of Greg Pak and Jae Lee's "Batman/Superman" #1 earlier this week, leading CBR to wonder: What's your favorite comic book bromance of all time?
Brian Cronin tunes in at the same Bat-time, same Bat-channel to find out if actress Julie Newmar, the original Catwoman on the '60s "Batman" TV show, really patented a pantyhose that accentuates a woman's behind.
"Detective Comics" #23.1 writer Derek Fridolfs discusses shifting the title's focus to Poison Ivy for DC Comics' Villains Month , explaining how the femme fatale more than holds her own in her origin tale.
DC Comics has released a lettered preview for Greg Pak and Jae Lee's hotly anticipated "Batman/Superman" #1. The new ongoing series starring the New 52's world's finest heroes debuts June 26.
WB Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have partnered with Sanrio for a new line of Hello Kitty items featuring the international marketing icon dressed as her favorite DC Comics heroes.
Cartoon Network has released a sizzle reel and images from the upcoming "Beware the Batman" animated series that features first looks at the new show's rogues gallery, including Magpie, Anarky, Professor Pyg and more.
Writer Tim Seeley brings a more human side to the reptilian mind of Killer Croc during DC Comics' Villains Month, exploring the enforcer's position within Gotham's pantheon of rogues.
Diamond Select Toys, Icon Heroes, Dark Horse and more get in on the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive game while new "Man of Steel," "Pacific Rim," Sailor Moon and Spider-Man pieces debut in this week's TOYING AROUND.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and WB Games Montreal have debuted the first gameplay trailer for "Batman: Arkham Origins," the prequel to the blockbuster video-game series.
Greg McElhatton gives "Batman" #21 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo 4 stars, calling the first chapter of "Zero Year" "a good first chapter, and it holds a lot of promise for the next ten installments to come."
In CSBG's latest spotlight on bizarre comics, check out the 1950s Batman story where Commissioner Gordon, Vicki Vale and Gotham's Finest are all duped into thinking Batman is an alien.
DC Comics has released new preview art of "Batman" #21 by Greg Capullo. Featuring a main story written by Scott Snyder and a back-up tale by Snyder, James Tynion IV & Rafael Albuquerque, "Zero Year" begins June 12.
Brian Cronin looks at the odd quirks surrounding a lawsuit filed against the sole licensed manufacturer of official Batmobile replicas based on the car from the 1960s television series. UPDATED with quotes from Fiberglass Freaks.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's back-up story from "Batman" #21, the first chapter of "Zero Year."
"Batman" family writers James Tynion, John Layman and Jimmy Palmiotti hit HeroesCon with a look at Batman's past and the future of the New 52.
DC Comics will resurrect its well-regarded anthology "Batman: Black and White" beginning in September with six double-sized issues.
DC Comics has released a preview of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #21, the first chapter of "Year Zero." The Dark Knight's New 52 origin story goes on sale June 12.
John Layman ans Scot Eaton present a Harper Row guest-shot in "Detective Comics" #21 as the budding vigilante joins Batman on a case with ties to the Dark Knight's past. CBR has a preview of the June 6 issue.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Earth 2" #13 by James Robinson, Yildiray Cinar and Rob Hunter. Captain Steel makes his debut while the mysterious new Batman lends Hawkgirl a batarang June 5.
As one of four "Batman" tie-in issues to DC's Villains Month, Scott Snyder is taking aim at rediscovering the Riddler, who he calls the only foe who can truly match wits with the Dark Knight.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the publisher's Villains Month plans for "Batman," including solicitations and images from Andy Kubert's Joker issue, Scott Snyder's Riddler tale and more.
Musician and comics writer Gerard Way once pitched a Batman miniseries to Vertigo titled "Kingdom of the Mad," and this weekend, the former lead singer of My Chemical Romance started sharing some of the concept art.
This week, did DC Comics really publish a story mocking Batman co-creator Bill Finger two years after his death? Plus, was the Batman villain Firefly turned into a fire-based villain by mistake?
Mike Carey and Bill Willingham, the writers of Vertigo's "The Unwritten" and "Fables" respectively, discuss upcoming crossover, why the series make a perfect pairing and if Batman could ever visit Fabletown.
Eisner Award-winning artist Francesco Francavilla, best known for his pulp work, has given birth to a new 'Batploitation' art series, "Batman 1972," providing a very different look at the Dark Knight.
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's "Batman: The Long Halloween" is considered one of the great Batman stories, and CBR INK showcases one fan's love for Sale's moody and atmospheric art on the series.
Kelly Thompson gives Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs' "Batman: Li'l Gotham" #2 4.5 stars, calling it the "brightest, most refreshing corner the DC Universe has seen in a very long time."
Last week, Tim caught up with some comic book reading. Today, he discusses what he discovered, including some classic Batman stories, "Uncanny Avengers," "FF," "Happy" and more.
In examining the last Batman story Bill Finger ever wrote, CSBG's Greg Hatcher looks at the sad treatment Batman's co-creator has received from the comic book industry over the years.
A Tweet from fan-favorite Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy clarifying his comments at Dallas Comic-Con may have inadvertently revealed a new "Batman: Arkham" game beyond "Arkham Origins."