The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
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The Dark Knight calls on a young, haunted Clark Kent to give mankind hope in the trailer for the fan film "Man of Tomorrow."
To be published next year by Vertigo, the graphic novel is inspired by Paul Dini's violent mugging in 1993.
In the new teaser for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," a menacing Superman unmasks a vulnerable Batman -- but is there more to it than that?
It's Penguin Vs. Galavan Vs. Gordon with the life of Bruce Wayne in the balance in "Gotham's" mostly anticlimactic fall finale.
One of the classic Batfoes makes a proto appearance to hold fans over until the show returns in 2016.
Bat-synergy: Take a look at a new scene from "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," which aired during the midseason finale of "Gotham."
An artist imagines Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman and The Flash in their later years, complete with gray hair, wrinkles and the stray cigarette.
The man who broke the Bat is on the loose in DC Comics' "Batman Eternal" #9 from Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly and Roge Antonio, on sale Dec. 2.
The writer and artist of "Batman: Thrillkiller" and "Nocturnals" returns to DC Comics for a digital-first "Legends of the Dark Knight" story.
Barris, legendary creator of the '66 Batmobile, was laid to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles yesterday.
Here's the perfect gift for that Dark Knight fan who's also a cat lover: a T-shirt with a Batman emblem made from more than three dozen images of kitties.
The first issue of DC Comics' "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" reveals a significant change to Frank Miller's famous take on Batman. SPOILERS!
With "Dark Knight III" #1 now in stores, we celebrate our favorite, insane moments from the two previous installments!
CSBG reveals the surprising inspiration for Carrie Kelley, the Robin from Frank Miller's classic "Dark Knight Returns."
Before you read "Dark Knight III," learn how Frank Miller's acclaimed Batman tale came to exist, and its full influence on the world of comics.
An alter ego turned supporting player gets his first "Gotham" mention in a story that could twist the classic story of the Dark Knight.
An episode of twisting allegiances and hidden identities proves to be one of the better "Gotham" installments, as payoff is the name of the game.
Filmmaker Dana Nachman discusses her documentary about Miles Scott's dream of becoming Batman and the people who made it a reality.
In his series new "Super Shadows," artist Jason Ratliff showcases the imaginations of children, and unlocks the superheroes lurking within.
Frank Miller discusses Carrie Kelley's new role in the upcoming miniseries, and restates his promise for a fourth installment in his epic tale.
A new preview for Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert & Klaus Janson's second issue offers a glimpse of how Carrie finds herself in the Batsuit.
The Dark Knight, a galaxy far, far away and the xenomorphs lead this week's batch of hot collectible reveals.
Detective James Gordon gets into a knock-down, drag-out brawl with a cloaked figure in this latest clip from next week's episode of "Gotham."
Troy Baker discusses finding his voice as the Dark Knight in LEGO DC's "Justice League: Cosmic Clash" and how Batman resists team dynamics.
In a Twitter Q&A, Frank Miller addressed his characterization of Batman, his love for Superman, the inspiration for "The Master Race" and more.
For the upcoming line of figures, Ashley Wood imagines a word where DC's greatest heroes have fallen and robots are created to take their place.
Jim Gordon reveals the existence of the mysterious faction of the Knights Templar and their history in Gotham City.
When Bruce Wayne's guardian comes face-to-whip with "Gotham's" Tabitha Galavan, things get rather violent.
Members of the Ospreys and Connacht Rugby clubs will be honorary Justice Leaguers in their new DC Comics themed jerseys.
Complete your personal Batcave, and scare off potential burglars, with a life-size replica of Batman from the "Arkham Knight" video game.
Spend some time getting to know each and every big-screen Batmobile, from 1989's "Batman" to the upcoming "Batman v Superman" incarnation.
Whether you're shuffling around the Batcave or taking a long fight in the invisible jet, these Batman and Wonder Woman boot slippers will keep your feet comfy.
In an interview, Frank Miller stated his plans to create another sequel to "The Dark Knight Returns," following the soon-to-debut "Dark Knight III."
NFL receiver Mohamed Sanu lets his Batman fandom out on the field, wearing custom Joker cleats to practice with the Cincinnati Bengals.
In Scott Snyder and guest artist Yanick Paquette's "Batman" #49, Bruce Wayne must face his past and decide who he really is.
The Dark Knight is declared a "Demon" and the Man of Steel a "False God" in the first wave of official T-shirts from the 2016 Warner Bros. film.
A fascinating new video essay traces the many interpretations of Batman's stomping grounds, from comics to television to film to video games.
Check out an exclusive first look at Nick Dragotta, Mike Allred and Carlos D'Anda's variants for "Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" #1.
With these Superman and Batman nutcrackers on your shelf, wrong-doers and walnuts -- mostly walnuts -- don't stand a chance.
DC Collectibles has revealed a limited-edition Batman brass statue, and two pieces celebrating the 30th anniversary of "The Dark Knight Returns."