A new image for the Vertigo series' second volume gives a peek at a possible name change.
Tom King & Gabriel Walta reflect on their celebrated story and what they achieved over their 12-issue run.
The final issue of Tom King, Gabriel Walta and Jordie Bellaire's Vision series sets up a new status quo for the synthezoid.
Shalvey brought together Amy Reeder, Caspar Wjingaard, Jen Bartel, David Brothers & Tom King to discuss the importance of proper #ArtCred
At New York Comic Con, Scott Snyder, Tom King, James Tynion IV and more discussed what's next for Gotham's resident crime fighters.
The man who broke the Bat is ready for his first Rebirth encounter with the Dark Knight.
A very personal story sees Batman revealing his secret to a grieving hero, and entering into a fateful alliance.
Tite Kubo's long-running fantasy-adventure manga will come to an end with the next issue of "Weekly Shonen Jump," which goes on sale Aug. 22 in Japan.
In Tom King, David Finch and Matt Banning's "Batman" #4, an unexpected homage of the Eisner Award-winning "All-Star Superman" takes place.
Scott Snyder, Tom King, James Tynion IV and more offered an exclusive first look at the Dark Knight's future in DC Comics' "Rebirth."
Gotham and Gotham Girl's secret origin is revealed, and the return of a bad guy teases even more ties to the pre-Flashpoint DCU.
With the mysterious Gotham and Gotham Girl currently appearing in "Batman," CBR looks at ten other heroes who weren't what they appeared to be.
In "The Vision" #9, Victor must deal with the fallout of Vin's shocking discovery, and it goes as badly as you'd expect.
Two Dynamic Duos Transform Gotham City's Power Structure" >In "Batman" #2, Two Dynamic Duos Transform Gotham City's Power Structure
Tom King and David Finch introduce a pair of dynamic duos operating in Batman's city -- but are [Spoiler] and [Spoiler] here to save Gotham, or destroy it?
With new allies and classic enemies, Tom King and David Finch promise to honor the importance of the Dark Knight's history in his new adventures.
This fall, DC Comics' "Night of the Monster Men" crossover event will take hold of "Batman," "Detective Comics" and "Nightwing."
The writer tells CBR he knows what makes the Dark Knight tick and how that's on display in his first issue of "Batman" with artist David Finch.
Tom King, David Finch and Matt Banning's "Batman" #1 introduces us to Gotham's new protectors.