The Batman is in production, and here are some DC less mainstream DC comic villains ripe for a movie adaptation.
From Brian Banner to Thomas Wayne, long-dead fathers in superhero comics have become a recurring trend. Why is this? And why now?
One of the first characters introduced during DC Rebirth was Gotham Girl. Here's how the fledgling superhero fits into Bane's plot against Batman.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover how a comic book artist got a gig drawing Batman by first getting sued for ripping Batman off!
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover the bizarre tale of two obscure Fox Comics superheroes and their similarity to Batman!
Besides looking like Cenobite from Hellraiser or the Mouth Of Sauron from Return Of The King, The Batman Who Laughs might be the craziest DC villain.
Would you fear rogues with names like Crazy Quilt or Kite-Man? The reality is, though, that these are among Batman's and Gotham’s most dangerous foes.
When it comes to DC, few characters are as interesting as Harvey Dent and Two-Face, and the duality he struggles with always leaves us wanting more.
Tom King shares a piece of art teasing a perfect moment between the two leads from his and Clay Mann's upcoming Batman/Catwoman.
Batman: Hush makes a seismic change to the relationship between Batman and Catwoman in the world of DC Animated Original Movies.
Warner Bros. throws fans of the DC Animated Universe a curve ball with the twist that drastically changes the titular villain in Batman: Hush.
City of Bane might largely be the culmination of Bane's own plans, but the arc has definitive ties to Lex Luthor's plans in DC's latest event.
Batman #80 will finally answer a question that's been lingering during writer Tom King's tenure on the DC title.
At Comic-Con International in San Diego, several DC creators gathered to celebrate the 80-year history of Batman.
Pop culture references in comic books are nothing new, but for Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Melissa Fumero, the Amy Santiago reference was quite the honor.
To celebrate the 100th Batman: Black & White statue, the Comic-Con Museum has unveiled a life-size statue designed by comics superstar Todd McFarlane.