The chilling answer to the mystery of the Batman Who Laughs' four evil Robins in DC's Dark Nights: Metal lies in their repetition of the word Crow.
Secret Empire is over, but the X-Men, Punisher, Winter Soldier and more will reel from the events repercussions for months to come.
Scott Snyder reveals the Dark Nights: Metal origins for The Batman Who Laughs, The Murder Machine and The Red Death.
CBR has the first look at two new Batman statues from DC Collectibles -- one based on the art of Mike Mignola, the other battling the Joker.
Secret Empire writer Nick Spencer discusses the pivotal event, the importance of Omega and Captain Americas' Generations one-shot.
Four books made it happen this week as R2-D2 doesn't take 'no; for an answer and Squirrel Girl fights a dinosaur Ultron.
Kelly Thompson chats about Family Reunion, a new Hawkeye arc that kicks off in December and reunites Kate Bishop with her mentor, Clint Barton.
Hydra Cap is down, but not out, as secret Empire: Omega hints at what lies ahead for the evil Captain America.
The moment DC Comics fans have been waiting for arrives in Dark Nights: Metal #2 with the debut of the Evil Batmen. But who's who?
Daredevil's past haunts Weapon X when the team takes on an army of soldiers powered by the same red pill that fueled Nuke's Hell's Kitchen rampage.
We break down every Easter egg, continuity reference and surprise in the second issue of DC's Dark Nights: Metal Rebirth event!
JJ Abrams has spoken in the past about the fact that there must be openly gay characters in the Star Wars universe. Now's his chance to make it happen.
Even with Hydra defeated at the conclusion of Secret Empire, Baron Zemo won't give up his new friendship with Captain America so easily.
The fourth season of The Flash will welcome back Barry Allen with the introduction of an obscure villain from the hero's comic book past.
The Gotham Resistance forms in Teen Titans #12, along with the arrival of the Batman Who Laughs and his dark horde of Robins.
Scott Snyder reveals what makes the evil Batmen of the Dark Multiverse tick, and the inspiration for his cannibalistic cadre of Robins.
In the late 1960s, two young writers, Len Wein and Marv Wolfman, tried to introduce DC's first black superhero. It did not go well.