the batman who laughs
Scott Snyder and Jock's layered conclusion satisfyingly ends the series, while giving Batman's conflict with his darkness a physical form.
Who Are the Infected officially begins in Batman/Superman #1, but one Bat-character has already succumbed.
Besides looking like Cenobite from Hellraiser or the Mouth Of Sauron from Return Of The King, The Batman Who Laughs might be the craziest DC villain.
Jock's nightmarish cover to the final issue of his and Scott Snyder's The Batman Who Laughs is sure to give readers nightmares.
Artist Mico Suayan shares full-color and black and white retailer variants for the penultimate issue of The Batman Who Laughs homaging Jim Lee.
Gotham has long had its share of secrets, but this one might play perfectly into The Batman Who Laughs' evil plans.
All-Star Batman and Robin is largely remembered for one particular quote, and a familiar character makes good use of it here.
The Batman Who Laughs has delivered some surprises. This latest one, however, wasn't expected by longtime fans of the Caped Crusader.
The Batman Who Laughs' spiked headgear looks cool and sinister, but it's much more than a piece of intimidating fashion.
The Batman Who Laughs: The Grim Knight #1 reveals the one person capable of taking down the Dark Multiverse's gun-toting Batman.
The Batman Who Laughs: The Grim Knight #1 pays deadly homage to Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's Batman: Year One.
The Batman Who Laughs unleashes the second-deadliest Batman in The Grim Knight #1 by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Eduardo Risso.
Phillip Tan's stunning variant cover for The Batman Who Laughs: The Grim Knight updates one of the most famous Batman covers of the 1980s.