Batman has had many suits over the years, but which ones deserve a shot on the big screen?
Batman's rash actions might spell the end of a long partnership, but the other party might bear an even larger responsibility.
CBR definitively ranks the DC Universe's toughest superheroes, in addition to centering out those that put on a tough face when they need to.
From the Spider-Mobile to the Thanos Copter (yep, that happened), CBR breaks down the strangest of the superhero vehicles to have ever graced the comics page.
In Batman #59, Tom King and Mikel Janin remind us why Bane is arguably the most dangerous villain the Dark Knight has ever faced.
Joshua Williamson discusses the crossover between Batman and the Flash, Gotham Girl's involvement, and how it fits into Heroes in Crisis' timeline.
Tom King assured fans that although he's not Batman #64-65, he's planning his 100-plus issue run on the DC comics series.
The Phoenix is one of the most powerful entities in the Marvel Universe, but some DC characters have enough power to strike it down.
Batman and Flash's relationship is tested as they investigate a cold case related to Sanctuary with Gotham Girl joining them.
As Gotham races towards its climax, we look back at all the Batman villains it did right, as well as all the ones it did really, really wrong.
With a success so massive, it's not surprising that Batman spawned so many imitators. It's only surprising how bad (and sometimes good) those replicas were.
Sometimes the offspring of supervillains end up being much more powerful (and dangerous) than their famous parents.
In their latest look at long-resolved comic book plots, CSBG reveals what Batman was up to while Dick Grayson filled in in 'Prodigal'!
Animation Domination: 10 Animated DC Films Better Than Anything On The Big Screen (And 10 That Are Worse)
Some of DC's animated features have done the characters better than their efforts on the big screen, but which ones are actually better?
Robin is primarily known as Batmans sidekick, but these three men have spread their wings and made the role their own. But who did it best?
In their latest spotlight on notable comic firsts, CSBG reveals when Batman first took on the identity of Matches Malone.
Get ready for a monster mash-up, because CBR is ranking 20 monster-forms of superheroes and villains that are as powerful as they are horrifying.