One of Batman's oldest foes is back in Detective Comics Annual #2, and the secret of his identity lies in a forgotten piece of Batman lore.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's story in Detective Comics #1000 sees the Dark Knight turn to a new team of crimefighters.
DC Comics has released Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev's nine-page Detective Comics #1000 story in full ahead of the issue's March release.
Peter J. Tomasi and Doug Mahnke's Detective Comics #998 ends on a bizarre cliffhanger, but what does it mean for Batman?
Tom King teases a massive team-up of the Batman Family in the pages of Detective Comics #1000 with new Tony S. Daniel art.
Batman wears his Hellbat armor in this preview of Detective Comics #998, but not until he interrogates one of his oldest enemies.
For his Detective Comics #1000 cover, Stanley "Artgerm" Lau took Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn back to the Golden Age.
Artist Nicola Scott has unveiled her historic Detective Comics #1000 variant cover, which portrays the visual evolution of Batman.
In Peter J. Tomasi and Doug Mahnke's Detective Comics #997, Batman wards off a swarm of sharks in a modern twist on the Batman '66 movie.
Artist Bill Sienkiewicz reveals his variant cover for Detective Comics #1000.
In Peter J. Tomasi and Doug Mahnke's Detective Comics #996, a Jack Kirby-created character who's been dead since 1971 makes their return.
DC Comics kills off another Batman character in the lead up to Detective Comics #1000
A character from Batman: The Animated Series who has a history with Bruce Wayne just made their debut in the DC Universe.
Seeing two similar (re)introductions to the characters side by side helps illustrate the disparate dynamic between Batman and Superman.
In Peter J. Tomasi and Doug Mahnke's Detective Comics #995, a decades-old Batman supporting character meets their tragic demise.
Scott Snyder has been teasing fans with snippets from his upcoming reunion with his former Batman artist Greg Capullo for Detective Comics #1000.
DC has announced the creator lineup for the landmark Detective Comics #1000, which includes Jim Lee, Warren Ellis, Scott Snyder and Neal Adams.