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Clad in the Hebrew colors of war, former West Point Academy cadet Kate Kane is Batman’s cousin, but she fights a battle all her own against injustice.
Bruce Wayne was robbed of both of his parents when he was just a small child, but his work as Batman has inspired those more fortunate than he was to follow his lead.
Trained by the military, Kate Kane was an heiress inspired to fight crime by the Dark Knight’s example after he rescued her from a mugger. But Kate’s story is unique. One of the few openly gay superheroes, she struggles for respect in her personal life as she protects all of Gotham City’s citizens, whether they respect her or not.
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Five of the Most Weird and Wonderful DC Hero/Villain Team-Ups
When the Dark Knight Fights His Closest Allies
Nobody fights like family, just ask Batman. Over the years, the Dark Knight has taken on multiple partners, building a family of heroes. Of course, when you put that many people...
The Pride of Batwoman
Why do we celebrate Pride?
We celebrate it because in a world where members of the LGBTQIA+ community have to fight to justify their existence, Pride Month offers a chance...
Earth-Prime is the Year's Big TV Crossover...But it's Not Actually TV
For this edition of Couch Club, we’re doing something a bit different. Instead of focusing on an episode of Superman & Lois, The Flash or any of the numerous DCTV shows...
Super Scenes - Batman: Bad Blood - "Batman & Batwoman's First Team Up"
Batman can mop up Electrocutioner, Tusk, Firefly and Killer Moth without breaking a sweat, but even he and Batwoman combined can’t seem to make headway against the Heretic!
Batman: Bad Blood is now streaming on...
Sapphic Planet: The Many Loves of DC's Bombshells
DC Pride isn’t just a celebration of sexual and gender expression, it’s a salvo of love and acceptance in an ongoing culture war. And one of the most cathartic ways to fight back is...
Feeling GLAAD: DC's Award-Winning LGBTQIA+ Comics
Pride Month is a joyful, celebratory occasion where for thirty days, every stripe of the queer community bands together to present themselves to the world without reservation. It’s...
Batman/FaZe Clan: Matching the FaZe Pros to DC's Greatest Heroes
“If you need to stop an asteroid,” Gail Simone once wrote, “You call Superman. If you need to solve a mystery, you call Batman. If you need to end a war, you call Wonder Woman.”...