How did Two-Face actually end up with three personalities? And why was life as a hero even more dangerous for Batman's foe?
Articles by G. Kendall
What happened when Batgirl asked Harley Quinn about her relationship with Poison Ivy? And which Paul Dini villainess never appeared on the show?
How does a missing Bruce Wayne lead Superman into one of his silliest adventures ever? And was Mark Millar able to up the ante?
We look back on one of Adam West’s finest contributions to the legacy of Batman. Meet Bruce Wayne’s true inspiration for crimefighting -- the Gray Ghost!
Can Superman exist without Clark Kent? And how did the DCAU canon address the eternal question?
What scene from Batman Beyond grosses out viewers to this day? And did Venom influence one of Batman’s most persistent foes?
Catwoman finds herself pursued by one of the more flagrant discrepancies from the animated Batman's tie-ins. Will the real Thomas Blake please stand up?
Two Dick Grayson spotlight tales! And did Deadman and the animated Batman actually meet years before Justice League Unlimited?
Before Flash was a TV sensation, he was just a guest star on Superman's cartoon. But did you know he also cameoed in Batman's animated tie-in comic?
Which minor Batman villain inspired a forgotten classic from the Animated Series? And what happened when the tie-in comic channeled Martin Scorsese?
The fast-paced, joke-filled Justice League Action is clearly targeted to young viewers, but can older fans find something in it to enjoy?
How did Paul Dini continue the Mad Hatter’s story in Batman’s animated tie-in comic? Did he live happily ever after with Alice after all?
We look back on an era of Spider-Man comics that will likely never be topped. Crank up that Walkman -- we’re going back to the 1980s!
We look back on the times the animated Batman met Etrigan the Demon, and how things got very Kirby, very quickly.
We look back on the days of HBO animated Spawn series - is the show you watched behind your parents’ backs as good as you remember?
Why did Batman skip the final episode of his animated series? And is there a Robin/Batgirl team-up that time forgot?
Batman: The Animated Series and the comic it inspired both tackled then-new villain Bane, in very different ways.
Batman faces 'scary' monsters in two infamous episodes from Batman: The Animated Series. Did the comics tie-in redeem this ridiculousness?