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Flash meets Batman for the first time while an unimpressed Green Lantern dials up the snark in a new clip from "Justice League: War."
Only Batman can stop these rogues! With the Dark Knight turning 75 this year, CBR counts down his greatest villains of all time!
The Scarecrow makes his move in "Detective Comics" #28, the latest chapter in writer John Layman's "Gothtopia" storyline.
Things get a little unhinged in this preview for Marguerite Bennett and Meghan Hetrick's "Batman: Joker's Daughter" one-shot.
Artist Chris Burnham discusses the pressure of working on Grant Morrison's Batman and teaming with the acclaimed writer for "The Nameless."
Thanks to reveals of their upcoming solicits, DC Collectibles and Diamond Select Toys lead the charge this week.
Does DC own a trademark on Superman's logo font? What strange way did Denny O'Neil react to the credit card scene in "Batman and Robin?"
While promoting "Robocop," Michael Keaton recalled how the impossibly tight rubber costume helped him get to the core of his Batman.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo continue "Zero Year" with "Batman" #27, "a fresh story that surprises" as Batman continues his fledgling crusade.
January has been filled with enough big comic book news to last a whole year, leaving writer Brett White no choice but to examine them all at once.
The first four issues of "Batman Eternal" and the debut of "Justice League United" headline DC Comics' April 2014 releases.
Jason O'Mara returns to voice The Dark Knight in the animated "Son of Batman," based on Grant Morrison & Andy Kubert's story "Batman & Son."
Marc Tyler Nobleman's effort to get wider recognition for Batman's co-creator! Tulsa cartoonist Larry Pendleton passes away. Interviews with Burnham, Marz and Venditti!
Hot Toys reveals "Thor: The Dark World" Loki, McFarlane shows off new "Walking Dead" shows and plenty more!
Viewers will have to wait longer for the big-screen team-up of Superman and Batman, with the release date moved from July 2015 to May 2016.
The latest chapter of "Zero Year" finds Batman and Jim Gordon turn the lights back on in Gotham City in "Batman" #27 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo.
As first announced by Conan O'Brien via Twitter, the live-action '60s "Batman" series will finally get a home release, at some point this year.
The latest casting rumor says TV veteran Donal Logue has been offered the part of James Gordon on the in-development Fox series "Gotham." UPDATED with a denial from Logue.
Tom Taylor delivers more death in destruction to DC Comics' iconic characters as Green Lantern falls from grace in "Injustice Year Two."
The in-development "Gotham" series will not only feature a young Bruce Wayne but big-name villains; "Constantine" gets an NBC pilot order.
"Gothtopia" hits Gail SImone's "Batgirl" #27 in this preview of the alternate reality-based issue.
DC has released an early look at Marguerite Bennett's one-shot starring DC's twisted Villains Month character, Joker's Daughter.
What was your favorite part of DC Comics' historic "Detective Comics" #27 celebration issue?
Batman celebrates his 75th Anniversary in style with "Detective Comics" #27, "one of the best ever anniversary issues of its kind."
The James Gordon-starring "Gotham" pilot has landed "The Tomorrow People's" executive producer Danny Cannon as its director.
Kelly Thompson lists ten comic-related things that she's looking forward to in 2014, including Marvel's Netflix series, the expanded Batman comic universe and more!
DC Comics has released a look at Brad Meltzer and Bryan Hitch's story from the oversized "Detective Comics" #27 anniversary issue.
Check out CSBG's archive of abandoned and retconned stories, including the short-lived time when Batman and Superman both had teenage sons!
Batman, Iron Man, "Breaking Bad" and more all debut new collectibles to kick off the new collectibles year and help you enjoy 2014.
Brad Meltzer discusses revisiting the very first Batman story with Bryan Hitch for the 75th-anniversary issue. Plus: an exclusive first look at Jim Lee's cover for "Detective Comics" #27.
As we’re unlikely to get another Marvel/DC crossover any time soon, this may be the best opportunity to see Spider-Man go toe-to-toe with Batman.
CBR presents an exclusive preview of Gregg Hurwtiz and Alberto Ponticelli's mostly-silent "Batman: The Dark Knight" #26.
On the Christmas Eve installment of "DC All Access," DC co-publisher Dan DiDio unveiled Frank Miller's cover for "Detective Comics" #27.
Andy Kubert's "Damian: Son of Batman" continues on Dec. 31, featuring the future debut of the Joker!
As Stumptown Comics Fest exits, Linework NW enters! The New York Times on Snyder and "Batman"! Gaiman visits "Grains of Sand: 25 Years of 'The Sandman'”!
Combined comic and graphic novel sales up 9.33% over November 2012! Interviews with Art Spiegelman, Amand Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, and Gail Simone! Plus more!
A pair of "urban explorers" in Ronse, Belgium stumbled across a treasure trove of incredible Batman graffiti in numerous styles, all by artist Pete One.
Writer Greg Pak speaks about "Batman/Superman," the mistakes made by the Earth 2 heroes and the upcoming crossover with "Worlds' Finest."
Was Knightfall really influenced by the Death of Superman? Was Azrael's stint as Batman always intended to be temporary? Plus, more!
"Batman: The Dark Knight" writer Gregg Hurwitz has announced that the series will conclude with issue #29.