Detective Comics will focus on the aftermath of Batman's climactic battle against Bane for the fate of Gotham City.
An unannounced cover for Detective Comics #854, which debuted the modern version of Kate Kane, will release with a cover featuring The CW's Batwoman.
Batman & Robin might be a distant memory, but Detective Comics #1009 hasn't forgotten about George Clooney's part in the disastrous 1997 film.
DC presents an exclusive preview of Detective Comics #1009 by writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Christian Duce.
Detective Comics #1008 takes Batman and the Joker back to a place that should be very familiar to Batman: The Killing Joke readers.
In Peter J. Tomasi and Doug Mahnke's Detective Comics #1015, DC's Year of the Villain brings Mr. Freeze's wife Nora into the fold.
David Lapham shares his and Bill Sienkiewicz's unpublished version of Detective Comics #801.
The Spectre makes his first post-New 52 appearance, as the Spirit of Vengeance rises in Batman's city in Detective Comics #1006.
Introducing the Arkham Knight into the main DC Comics continuity was always going to be a bit tricky.
In Detective Comics #1004, we learn why Astrid Arkham, aka the Arkham Knight, has such a strong hatred for Batman.
Learn all about the Arkham Knight, follow Wonder Woman through a battlefield, and get close to Jabba the Hutt in this week's pull list!
DC announced the deluxe edition of Detective Comics #1000, with new, original stories, includes a reunion between Alan Grant and Scott McDaniel.
Detective Comics raises the curtain, unveiling the identity of the DC Universe's Arkham Knight.
Batman races to save his son from the Arkham Knight in your first look at Peter Tomasi and Brad Walker's Detective Comics #1003.
Detective Comics #1002 drops some intriguing clues that may reveal the identity of DC's Arkham Knight.
The latest issue of Detective Comics deepens the mystery of the Arkham Knight while drawing Robin into the conflict.
The Arkham Knight has arrived in main DC continuity, and CBR has the first look at how his and Batman's initial clash ramps up in Detective Comics #1002.
DC's mysterious Arkham Knight enlists his own league of assassins in Detective Comics to wage war against Batman.