These characters are pretty famous in comics, but they didn't start there. Here are 10 superhero characters who first appeared in cartoons or movies
Tim Drake is a Golden Boy of all the Robins, groomed to take over. That doesn't mean he hasn't made mistakes. Here are the most unforgivable ones.
This week, the Summers family reunites in an all-new X-Men book, the City of Bane continues to heat up, and JJ Abrams' Spidey continues to swing.
Several Batman allies return to help in his fight against Bane, but one in particular has been a key player all along.
Over the years, the Joker has proven to be a versatile villain whether it be in the comics or on the big screen.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover whether the Killing Joke began life as a Batman/Judge Dredd story by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland!
From Darkseid's humble mugging to the dreaded Composite Superman simply forgetting his powers, here are some of DC's worst supervillain defeats.
While the relationship between the two is a welcome one, Batman and Catwoman have not always been on the best of terms.
In recent years the character of Thomas Wayne has been reexamined, leading to many modern versions that are outright villainous. Where did this start?
Pro wrestling veteran Chris Jericho explains why he believes DC Comics' Aquaman is superior to Batman as a superhero.
Alfred may seem like a mild mannered servant, but he's no pushover.
The Clown Prince of Crime has starred in some of the most memorable Batman movies and TV shows ever put on film.
Whether it's as Robin or Red Hood, Jason Todd has done some seriously brutal things in Gotham City and the DC Multiverse.
Damian Wayne operates differently compared to his predecessors, and that sometimes causes problems.