Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" run will be collected this fall, while "Harley Quinn" and the "Dark Knight Returns" get their own mask sets.
With their celebrated run concluding in April's "Batman" #51, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo hosted a Dark Knight retrospective.
The producers of Salt Lake Comic Con have partnered with the parent company of Funko to expand their FanXperience events into the Philippines, China and Thailand.
In "Batman and Robin Eternal" #20, Dick Grayson learned something that could change his life forever.
Scott Snyder has made it official: He and Greg Capullo will no longer be on "Batman" as of issue #51, scheduled for release in April.
Bruce Wayne is back in action in Snyder & Paquette's freshly released "Batman" #49, and it didn't happen the way you might expect. SPOILERS!
In "Batman and Robin Eternal" #17, a flashback hinted that one specific member of the Bat family is a product of Mother's conditioning program.
Snyder will end his five-year run on "Batman" and head over to "Detective Comics," DC Comics' secondary "Batman" title.
The musician will record an album inspired by "Murder Ballads," the upcoming Z2 Comics miniseries by Gabe Soria and Paul Reinwand.
Scott Snyder explains to CBR why Bruce Wayne and the Joker are forever destined to battle each other.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo tell CBR about next week's "Batman" #48, the eternal struggle with Joker and the very real fight between Gordon & Bloom.
A mindmeld with one of Mother's Sculptors sends Bluebird and Grayson down memory lane and reveals Cassandra's origins in "Batman & Robin Eternal" #11.
After more than four years of Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo on "Batman," a rumor says DC Comics is looking for a new writer and artist on the book.