Writer Brian Bendis and Artist Nick Derington shine in this reprint of material from Giant Batman #3 and #4
Batman has just cleared a psychological hurdle going back to his childhood, and his own father helped.
In the latest Movie Legends Revealed, find out the somewhat surprising reason why Michael Keaton vetoed Michelle Pfeiffer as Vicki Vale in Batman!
Event Leviathan continues, the Invisible Woman goes out on her own, and the X-Statix return!
Select Comic-Con International attendees will receive an exclusive LEGO Batman minifigure featuring the Dark Knight in his zebra attire.
Batman has some of the most memorable villains in all of comics, but the Reaper sits at an uncertain place in Batman's rogues' gallery.
Sideshow will be releasing a live-sized collectable Batman bust that will be made available for pre-order soon.
David Lapham shares his and Bill Sienkiewicz's unpublished version of Detective Comics #801.
Batman: White Knight's Sean Murphy revealed on Twitter that he's been working on a Mister Freeze book... but what's up with all the nazis?
DC has unveiled a massive slate of events for Comic-Con International in San Diego centered on DC Universe and Batman.
In their feature looking back on comics from 10/25/50/75 years ago, CSBG does a special spotlight on the Batman film comic book adaptation!
In their latest look at long-resolved comic book plots, CSBG reveals the reason why the Reaper left Gotham City decades ago!
In their latest look at recurring plot points, CSBG spotlights five times that Steve Englehart's love for obscure comic history affected his comics!
The Batmen of the DC Multiverse would make the ultimate cinematic superhero team-up.
Mister Miracle artist Mitch Gerads shares the Batman shirt he was asked to design for Comic-Con International in San Diego 2019.
In the latest Movie Legends Revealed, learn how close we came to a 'Wam! Bam! Pow!' Batman movie in the 1980s!
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, see how Neal Adams almost gave Robin a new costume 20 years before Tim Drake's Robin debut!
Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy was one of the darkest, but there are still some things that the Burton and Schumacher Batman films do better.