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Acclaimed artist Jock has donated artwork from his time on "Detective Comics" to an auction benefitting a 2-year-old with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Robin replaced by... The Riddler? Find out what happens 5 years from now in Buccellato, Hepburn & Richards' "Detective Comics: Futures End" #1.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato discuss the fantastic elements of their first arc on "Detective Comics," which laid the groundwork for the rest of their run.
The 1970s put the Dark back into the Dark Knight, and Mark Evanier, Neal Adams, Denny O'Neil and more gathered in San Diego to look at the pivotal decade.
This week, the Lumberjanes, Rocket Raccoon, secret agent Dick Grayson and more vie for the title of Cover of the Week.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato keep uncovering new secrets in the current "Icarus" arc of "Detective Comics," on sale July 9.
"Detective Comics" co-writer Brian Buccellato discusses the book's Futures End" one-shot, how it's related to the Annual and the enigma of the Riddler.
This week, logo treatments and silhouettes rule as "Constantine," "The United States of Murder Inc." and "Detective Comics" all make the grade.
From "Eternal" to "Batgirl" and all across Gotham, Gail Simone, James Tynion IV, Greg Pak and more take a tour of the Dark Knight's world.
New "Detective Comics" writer/artist Francis Manapul stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss his take on Batman and more.
DC Comics' themed variant cover months continue in July for Batman's 75th Anniversary, including a "Detective Comics" cover by Jim Steranko.
Robert Venditti, Francis Manapul, Cliff Chiang & Bernard Chang gathered at WonderCon 2014 to discuss the biggest upcoming developments to the publisher's New 52 line.
At Emerald City, "The Losers" co-creator Jock discussed his process and his long career in artistic design including comic books, film, movie posters & more.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's "Detective Comics" #30 is a strong debut for the creative team and "one of the best looking books at DC."
Robbery outside St. Charles, Missouri, comic shop triggered school lockdown! Manapul and Buccellato talk "Detective"! Bendis returns to Cleveland! Plus more!
The former "Flash" team of Francis Manapul & Brian Buccellato discuss their artistic approach to "Detective Comics" and their crime-centric take on Batman.
"The Flash" creative team of Francis Manapul & Brian Buccellato races into their first issue of "Detective Comics" as a new drug hits Gotham's streets.
The Scarecrow makes his move in "Detective Comics" #28, the latest chapter in writer John Layman's "Gothtopia" storyline.
Bestselling author Brad Meltzer discusses the first entries in his line of children's books: "I am Amelia Earhart" & "I am Abraham Lincoln."
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."
DC Comics has released a look at Brad Meltzer and Bryan Hitch's story from the oversized "Detective Comics" #27 anniversary issue.
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.
On the Christmas Eve installment of "DC All Access," DC co-publisher Dan DiDio unveiled Frank Miller's cover for "Detective Comics" #27.
"Batman: The Dark Knight" writer Gregg Hurwitz has announced that the series will conclude with issue #29.
Editor Mike Marts explains how Brad Meltzer's origin, Snyder & Murphy's future Robin and Frank Miller all play a role in "Detective Comics" #27.
Artist Sean Murphy has revealed an initial sketch for the first black Robin, debuting in the oversized "Detective Comics" #27. UPDATED with comments from Scott Snyder.
"Gothtopia" creator writer John Layman spoke with CBR News about crafting a shinier, happier Gotham City in the January-launching Bat-book crossover.
DC Comics' January solicitations reveal "Gothtopia," a new Bat-book based story starting in John Layman & Jason Fabok's "Detective Comics" #27 story.
Batman group editor Mike Marts discusses plans for the upcoming "Detective Comics" issue #27 anthology issue, featuring stories from Batman luminaries Frank Miller, Scott Snyder, Paul Dini and more.
Brian Buccellato and Francis Manapul reveal their plans for their "Detective Comics" run, beginning next year, and their film noir inspired take on the World's Greatest Detective.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder headlines the creative team for "Batman: Eternal" – a new weekly DC Comics series debuting in 2014, while joinign Frank Miller and others for "Detective Comics" #27.
Batman's final confrontation with The Wrath is nearly here. Check out an advance preview of "Detective Comics" #24 by John Layman and Jason Fabok courtesy of DC Comics, on sale Oct. 2!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics: Harley Quinn" #23.2 by Matt Kindt & Neil Google. Witness Harleen Quinzel's first tango with the Joker on Sep. 11!
John Layman took a ride in the CBR Golf Cart at Comic-Con International to discuss recent and upcoming developments in "Chew," his approach to "Detective Comics" and more.
Summer means sun, vacation and in the comic book world -- annuals. This week ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco looks at DC's recent annuals for "Animal Man," "Batman," "Superman" and more.
Writers John Layman and Greg Pak reveal their plans to tie "Detective" and "Action Comics" into Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman: Zero Year" in November, turning back the clock for Superman and Commissioner Gordon.
A face from a crime lord's past comes back to haunt him while the flying beast of Gotham City is unleashed in Frank Tieri's Villains Month stories starring Batman rogues Penguin and Man-Bat.
"Detective Comics" #23.1 writer Derek Fridolfs discusses shifting the title's focus to Poison Ivy for DC Comics' Villains Month , explaining how the femme fatale more than holds her own in her origin tale.
"Batman" family writers James Tynion, John Layman and Jimmy Palmiotti hit HeroesCon with a look at Batman's past and the future of the New 52.