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Batman horses around in lush, moody retailer variant cover to "Dark Knight III" from industry legend Bill Sienkiewicz.
Hasbro, Diamond Select Toys and "The Walking Dead" all make strong showings at this year's edition of the New York Comic Con.
Some of the biggest creators on DC's Bat-books -- including Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and Peter Tomasi -- talk the Gotham family at NYCC.
To mark his 63rd birthday, artists displayed paintings depicting the Russian president as figures ranging from Batman and the Hulk to Buddha and Muhammad Ali.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder revealed that Greg Capullo will take a "very short" break from the series to work on a project with Mark Millar.
Natalie Alyn Lind makes her "Gotham" debut as the ward of Theo Galavan and casts an enchanting spell on David Mazouz's Bruce.
"Batman" and "American Vampire" scribe Scott Snyder took the stage at New York Comic Con to offer fans an update on his DC Comics and Vertigo projects.
Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert, Klaus Janson and Jim Lee talk "The Dark Knight" legacy and "The Dark Knight III: The Master Race."
The astrophysicist breaks down a battle between the two heroes and reveals the only way he thinks Batman can win in a match-up.
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and The Flash team up for these business card holders and paperclips to make the workday a little better.
The legendary writer/artist's wraparound cover for "DKIII: The Master Race" depicts a crouched and angry Batman, ready for action.
While fans have been expecting the character to appear in current DC continuity, the question remains, where have they been and why are they here?
How many of these "obscure" Batman comics have you actually read?
Are you pleased with the direction "Gotham" took with the latest episode's major development?
The "Batman" artist turns his pen to illustrating a different Bruce Wayne for his variant to the anticipated sequel.
Superman and the Atom are the focus of Frank Miller's first "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" cover, for the minicomic inside issue #1.
The explosive second season of "Gotham" has arrived and it has fandom buzzing -- here are the five biggest ways the show's improved over Season 1!
Square Enix has revealed Spartan Batman, the next action figure in Play Arts Variant Kai’s Batman Timeless line.
Look back at the many incarnations of the Joker, from his earliest DC Comics origins to alternate takes in animation, live-action and beyond.
DC Comics has released the first panel from Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson's anticipated sequel.
Sideshow Collectibles has officially unveiled the final Premium Format figure in its "Superman: Red Son" trilogy.
Who's the criminal mastermind pulling the strings of Batman's greatest rogues? This video's surprising revelation sort of makes sense, actually.
Though Bruce Wayne is still a ways away from being Batman, the dynamic between Bruce and Alfred in "Gotham" has resonance for Bat-fans.
When it comes to the Dark Knight's video-game potential, a Warner Bros. Interactive executive says "the possibilities are endless."
Jim Lee says Miller's work on "Dark Knight III" may have inspired both creators to return to finish their Batman epic.
Michael Uslan, who's executive produced every "Batman" film since 1989, says fans should "stay tuned" for big news out of New York Comic Con. Updated!
The DC Comics co-publisher spoke with CBR about giving Batman's co-creator credit, and how "Dark Knight III" brings closure to the previous volumes.
Cameron Monaghan discusses bringing the Joker's brand of fear to young Bruce Wayne's city, even if it's not set in stone that he's playing the iconic villain.
We look back on the most iconic incarnations of the Clown Prince of Crime, from comics and animation, to television and film!
Batman is gone, but Bruce Wayne lives. James Tynion & Roge Antonio explore what that means for Bruce and Gotham City in DC Comics' new annual.
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.