The debut issue of the World's Finest's latest team-up series, Batman/Superman, leans into creepy superhero horror.
The heroes infected by the Batman Who Laughs might not be evil after all. But if that's the case, then what are they?
DC's infected Shazam and Blue Beetle are just two heroes whose tales will unfold in special tie-in issues to Batman/Superman's larger storyline.
Batman/Superman writer Joshua Williamson reveals several heroes infected by the Batman Who Laughs won't cross the line to outright villainy.
Batman/Superman writer Joshua Williamson explains that Batman's top billing came as a result of a creative shift in focus.
With the Batman Who Laughs recruiting more and more twisted heroes, Batman/Superman drives the DC Universe deeper into the Year of the Villain.
A preview for Batman/Superman #1 teases the Dark Knight and Man of Steel's showdown with Shazam, who has a dangerous new weapon at his disposal.
Preview pages for Batman/Superman #1 reveal one of the most powerful heroes in the DC Universe will get transformed by the Batman Who Laughs.
Joshua Williamson, the writer behind the upcoming Batman/Superman, shares a panel by series artist David Marquez that teases the epic story ahead.
In their latest spotlight on retroactive connections between characters, CSBG reveals how Batman and Superman's dads once had a team-up!
The roots of DC's next Man of Steel are explored in a secret Chinese laboratory ahead of Rebirth.
Greg Pak tells CBR about beginning his "Teen Titans" run and how a character created in Azzarello & Chiang's "Wonder Woman" story plays a key role.