Could any Mr. Freeze story top his legendary debut? And did the tie-in comic create the finest follow-up for the tragic foe?
"Batman: The Animated Series" is arguably the best Batman show ever, largely due to its rogues gallery. We rank the very best baddies to appear in the series.
Warner Bros. Games has released the prequel to the "Arkham" series that allows you to play as one of several iconic Batman villains.
What seems like a comic-inspired supervillain story really becomes the tale of two couples as "Gotham" delivers its latest obvious installment.
Two classic Bat-villains pump some life into Fox's "Gotham," but the show's weak spots still peek through in the winter premier.
The latest addition to "Gotham's" rogues gallery spoke with CBR about Mr. Freeze's motivations, and his iconic sub-zero weapon.
Mr. Freeze will make Fox's "Gotham" even chillier when the series returns and CBR dives into the complex history of Batman's cold-hearted foe.
"Gotham's" latest teaser offers new information on how Mr. Freeze's technology works, and just how dangerous the new villain is.
"Gotham" gets a new promo featuring Mr. Freeze, a determined Jim Gordon and heavy praise from Howard Stern.
One of the classic Batfoes makes a proto appearance to hold fans over until the show returns in 2016.
Kristen Hager will play Nora Fries, the terminally ill wife of Nathan Darrow's Victor Fries.
The official synopsis for "Gotham's" sophomore season indicates more of Batman's eventual rogues gallery will make their presence known.
In "Batwing" and "All-Star Western," Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray head to "Zero Year" to see Luke Fox's early days, send Jonah Hex to the modern West while pulling in new villains.