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This week, high-end collectibles reigned supreme while action figure announcements included the likes of Jurassic Park, a Burt Ward Robin, "Mirror, Mirror" Star Trek MiniMates and vinyl Doctor Who blind boxes!
Admit it, sometimes you want to see Batman punched in the face. Check out CSBG's collection of comic book covers following a specific theme, including an installment of the Caped Crusader eating a knuckle sandwich!
DC Comics will expand its digital-first comics line this summer with the debut of "Batman ’66," a series based on the classic television series by Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case with Mike Allred covers.
CBR's Women In Comics Month continues as "Astonishing X-Men" writer Marjorie Liu and "Killjoys" artist Becky Cloonan discuss the gender gap in mainstream and indie comics.
CSBG examines the mystery of a strange panel in the first issue of "Batman." Was there really an attempt to sneak profanity into the background of a panel more than seventy years ago? You decide!
With Damian Wayne's death rocking the book, "Batman Incorporated" writer Grant Morrison compares the event to Jason Todd promising a final arc where Batman takes action to avenge his son.
This week, Emily gets grungy, the X-Men get X-rayed, the "Uncanny X-Men" logo gets ripped apart, Wolverine goes old-school and DC Comics' requiem for Robin gets us all teary.
DC Comics has released Greg Capullo's full gatefold cover for "Batman" #19, which reveals the identity of Bruce Wayne's greatest enemy as teased in the cover copy.
This week, is Frank Miller correct that the Batman TV series was the debut of Batman being a deputy of the law? Plus, how did history repeat itself with Peter David and a Goblin reveal?
Batman is never long without a sidekick, so CBR asks you: Who do you think will be the next character to take up the mantle of Robin and fight alongside DC Comics' Dark Knight?
IDW Publishing's Library of American Comics is partnering with DC Entertainment to reprint rare newspaper strips starring Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. The archival collections will debut in July.
DC has released a first look at upcoming issues of "Batgirl," "Batman" and "Batman and Red Robin" set in the wake of Damian Wayne's demise in the pages of "Batman Incorporated." Robin's Requiem begins this month.
With word out that his and Greg Capullo's next "Batman" arc will be the eleven-issue origin "Zero Year," Scott Snyder explains why he's telling a story new and separate from Miller & Mazzucchelli's "Year One."
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product releasing in June, 2013, including the latest from "Justice League of America," "Batman," "Superman Unchained" and more.
DC Comics announced this morning that Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's next major "Batman" story will take readers to the Dark Knight Detective's past -- "Zero Year," to be specific. UPDATED With New Art.
DC Comics writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti spoke with CBR News about their upcoming run on "Batwing," starring a new character donning the mantle of the Batman of Africa.
The comic once called "Batman & Robin" may be in for a major shakeup, but that doesn't mean it's over as DC Comics and Peter Tomasi reveal the list of team-ups in store for the next five months.
A new rumor contends Christopher Nolan has agreed to oversee Warner Bros.’ DC Comics properties, with the studio attempting to convince Christian Bale to reprise his role as Batman in "Justice League."
The week in collectibles included new looks at heavy metal Iron Man, lots of DC Comics themed LEGO sets, strange Marvel MiniMates and a contemplative Darth Vader from Sideshow Collectibles.
From Dick Grayson to Stephanie Brown and the late Damian Wayne, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at the history of Robin and the role of sidekicks throughout the history of Batman stories.
Today, ROBOT 6 introduces its new weekly feature “By the Numbers,” which takes a look back at the events of the past five days -- in numbers! Kicking things off is a look back at the week in Robin news.
This week's Comic Book Legends Revealed explores several Batman cancellation rumors, including whether or not the popularity of Adam West's "Batman" television series really saved the Caped Crusader's comic!
DC Comics has released new covers for March's Batman-family titles in reaction to the events of Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's "Batman Incorporated" #8 and the fate of Damian Wayne.
ROBOT 6 looks at the events unfolding in this week's "Batman, Incorporated" #8 and what they mean for Batman, Robin, Damian Wayne, the DCU as a whole and Grant Morrison moving forward.
Change comes to Gotham City as the breaking news from Grant Morrison's "Batman, Incorporated" #8 directly impacts the future of "Batman and Robin." Writer Peter Tomasi tells CBR where the dynamic duo goes next.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman: The Dark Knight" #17 by Gregg Hurwitz and Ethan Van Sciver. The gory details of the Mad Hatter's past are revealed February 27.
Post-Toy Fair 2013 the news slows down for new merchandise announcements, but this week we finally lay eyes on the full first wave of the "Man of Steel Movie Masters" figures and new "The Walking Dead" TV toys!
Every Sunday, Father Humberto Alvarez dons a tunic emblazoned with Superman, Batman and Spider-Man, and, armed with a Super Soaker loaded with holy water, delivers Mass to the children of Saltillo, Mexico.
More guest stars, more stories and more Lex Luthor/Superman action are on the way for "Smallville Season 11" as writer Bryan Q. Miller explains how the comic takes off from the TV series.
Was creator William Marston specifically told to reduce Wonder Woman bondage in chains by 50%? Did DC really win a trademark dispute over the cricket term "batsman?" All this plus another "Peanuts" mystery!
In his first full interview on his first DC Comics gig, writer Greg Pak describes how younger, more dangerous heroes populate the story of "Batman/ Superman" in the world's finest first New 52 meeting.
DC Comics has announced a new "Batman/Superman" ongoing series written by Greg Pak with art by Jae Lee focusing on the first meeting of the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel in the New 52 DC Universe.
Writer Brett White takes a look at his comic book collection and reconsiders his priorities when it comes to storing and keeping his single issues.
Even as DC Comics remains under fire for hiring anti-gay marriage activist Orson Scott Card for its new Superman anthology, the latest issue of "Batwoman" puts the issue of marriage equality front and center.
We asked you to weigh in on your choice for the best multi-issue Joker story of all time, and now it's time to place your vote for the best done-in-one tale starring the Clown Prince of Crime!
The latest TOYING AROUND spotlights the New York Toy Fair reveals we missed earlier in the week, including the Marvel Select Silver Surfer and Hot Toys' Thor action figures, a pair of DC Collectibles statues and more!
CSBG's collection of recurring comic book patterns includes a segment spotlighting all the characters who discovered Batman's secret identity -- RIGHT before they were killed.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with artist Greg Capullo about "Batman," his relationships with Scott Snyder & Todd McFarlane and the progression of his career from Marvel Comics to "Spawn" and beyond.
While Adam West's "Batman" series made a huge impression from many companies, other shows like "Ultimate Spider-Man," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Game of Thrones" joined in on the Toy Fair fun.
This week, it's another all-Batman TV series edition of CBLR! Did Frank Miller get the idea for Carrie Kelley from the "Batman" TV pilot? Was Batgirl originally going to get her own series? Find out today!