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Just as production kicks off on "Gotham," CBR breaks down everything you need to know about Season 3.
True supervillains have arrived but their leader may be the most bizarre character yet seen on the Fox Batman drama.
According to showrunner Bruno Heller, the Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo-created antagonists will make its way to the show sooner or later.
Director Jay Oliva and voice director Andrea Romano visited CBR TV during WonderCon to discuss the DC animated movie that pits father against son.
This week, the Bookbinder becomes "Unhinged," the Court of Owls poses for a family portrait, Deadpool goes "Giant-Size" and Bishop heads West, all while Wolverine and Gambit hit the road.
With two Villains Month issues tying to his regular series, James Tynion IV tells how new "League of Assassins" members like Bronze Tiger change "Red Hood" and the New Titans while "The Court of Owls" gets horrific.
With his mission against the Court of Owls underway, DC's newest superhero is making his way to NYC as "Talon" writer James Tynion IV tells CBR what's next including new villains, longer stories and Batman.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder visited the CBR Tiki Room in New York to discuss "Death of the Family," his new Superman title with Jim Lee, and writing your fears.
As "Night of the Owls" circles back to the core Bat-book, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo permanently change Bruce Wayne's world. Spoiler Warning! This article contains major spoilers about the events of "Batman" #10.
CBR spoke to James Tynion IV about writing "Talon," spinning out from the pages of "Batman," which tells the story of Calvin Rose, an assassin built but not broken by the Court of Owls.
The opening salvo in the war between Batman and the mysterious Court of Owls has sounded, and writers Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins explain the secrets of "Night of The Owls" from revelations about Dick Grayson to historical villains.
In the next phase of the New 52 from DC Comics, the relaunch of the publisher's Annuals reintroduces Mr. Freeze with "Batman Annual" #1 by Scott Snyder and Jay Fabok.
Scott Snyder discusses what's ahead in "Batman," both in the main feature and the recently announced back-ups, from the history of the Court of Owls to the role of all the Robins in Batman's current mystery and more.