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Although "Batman Adventures" was canceled before the mystery could be solved, Dan Slott eventually revealed the Red Hood's identity.
Before rushing to see "Deadpool" open in theaters this weekend, check out Ty Templeton's all-you-need-to-know guide to the Merc with a Mouth.
"Batman '66" artist Ty Templeton is off a ventilator and able to talk as he awaits a second surgery after suffering a heart attack earlier this week.
Writer and artist Ty Templeton, known for his work on "The Batman Adventures" and his own "Bun Toons," is in a medically induced coma after suffering a heart attack.
Ty Templeton, Bill Sienkewicz & more pay homage to The Flash for his 75th anniversary in CBR's exclusive look at DC's January variant theme.
Ty Templeton, Ryan North, Frank Tieri and more reveal the secrets of the Young Avengers, Howard the Duck & Black Knight in "Original Sins" #2.
Kevin Smith puts words in Adam West's mouth, argues for a Batman/Green Hornet animated feature and promises Ben Affleck will deliver as the Dark Knight.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Kevin Maguire's "Batman '66" #2 variant, which features Batman and Robin facing off against Penguin and Mr. Freeze.
Following the release of the final issue of "Amazing Spider-Man," Howard Mackie, Danny Fingeroth, Fabian Nicieza, Mike Zeck and others share memories and anecdotes about Peter Parker and his costumed alter-ego.
With Marvel's all-ages titles shifting to match the "Ultimate Spider-Man" & "Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" cartoons, Editor Tom Brennan explains how he and his creators keep a comics focus first.
This April, Marvel Comics launches two new all-ages comics based on "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" and "Ultimate Spider-Man" animated shows by veteran writers Chris Yost, Man of Action and Dan Slott.
Doug Zawisza gives "Amazing Spider-Man" #657 a rare 5 star review, calling writer Dan Slott's story, drawn by several artists, "fun, emotional, and memorable, worthy of reading, re-reading and sharing."