A new incarnation of DC Comics' classic all-villain team is headed to television -- here's what you need to know before they debut on "Legends of Tomorrow."
During its "Arrow" presentation at SDCC, The CW offered fans a glimpse of the latest off-beat hero set to arrive in Star City.
Brian Azzarello and director Sam Liu reveal why the decision was made to take the iconic DC Comics characters' relationship into new territory.
Due to popular demand, "Batman: The Killing Joke" will now have a second night of theatrical showings.
The first "Batman - The Telltale Series" trailer finds Bruce Wayne and his alter ego steeped in political intrigue and a crime-ridden city.
DC fans hoping to meet their favorite creators or experience the "Batman Arkham" need to understand the new rules
On the full track list for "Batman: The Killing Joke," the "Star Wars" alum is credited with performing "I Go Looney."
Telltale's "Batman" series will premiere digitally in August and be available in stores starting in September.
Two new "Suicide Squad" promo show how Amanda Waller has gathered the "worst heroes ever."
Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn and more of your favorites take on Eclipso in their first movie, "Hero of the Year."
"This is kind of an unprecedented moment in terms of the history of network television," the actor said.
Jared Leto's Joker is ready for his MTV close-up.
Swatting down rumors, DC's chief creative officer has announced what the Warner Bros. movie is really called.
Charles Roven -- who's worked on DC films since "Batman Begins" -- will no longer serve as producer on WB's comic book adaptations.
Danielle Panabaker discusses Zoom's infatuation with Caitlin, and her character's willingness to "push herself to new extremes" to take down the villain.
Executive Producer John Stephens discusses Bruce's Batman growth, Fish Mooney's new abilities and a major twist in the finale's final scene.
Barbara Gordon's costumed career will be spotlighted in the upcoming adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's graphic novel.