The War of the Realms comes to a stunning conclusion, Batman continues to be damned, and Superman takes a backseat in Action Comics.
Funko Pop! will soon release a new Batman figurine based on the DC Black Label miniseries, Batman: Damned.
Batman: Damned #3 and Doomsday Clock #9 won't hit stands for awhile.
In Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo's Batman: Damned #2, Etrigan the Demon gets a fitting -- and long-overdue -- makeover.
The controversial Black Label series continues one of the bleakest Batman stories DC has ever published.
Batman: Damned #2 sheds all ambiguity and outright recreates the final scene from The Killing Joke.
DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee shares his variant cover for the second issue of Batman: Damned showing the Dark Knight prepared for battle.
DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio regret the controversy surrounding Bruce Wayne's nudity in Batman: Damned #1.
DC writer Scott Snyder has decided to express his thoughts on the controversy surrounding Batman: Damned.
Even late-night talk shows have been taking pot-shots at the Dark Knight's nudity in Batman: Damned #1.
Batman's encounters with a slew of magic-oriented and supernatural characters is strangely fitting in this darker reality.
Batman: Damned #1 includes several panels of a fully nude Bruce Wayne, but anyone who purchased the digital edition received a censored copy.
John Constantine works with Batman to solve the mystery of the Joker’s death, but the biggest mystery is, did Batman do it?
Batman: Damned reveals a completely naked Bruce Wayne in the DC Black Label's inaugural release.
The cover of the second issue of the DC Black Label limited series Batman: Damned features a terrifyingly dark take on Harley Quinn.
Ahead of the release of DC's Black Label comic Batman: Damned, superstar artist Jim Lee unveils his variant cover for the limited series.