ASK...THE QUESTION: When Did the Joker's "Ha Ha Ha" Graffiti Debut?

Welcome to the first ASK…THE QUESTION of 2023!

A Few Cool Things You’ll Find as You Play Gotham Knights
Making a Dent: Twenty-two Facts About Two-Face
From Comics to Movies to Myth: How DC Media Changes the Comics
ASK...THE QUESTION: Have Any Batman '66 Characters Made it to Comics?

And we’re back. This is your inquisitive columnist Alex Jaffe, better known in the DC Community as HubCityQuestion.

The Worst Mayors of Gotham City, Ever

“Ladies. Gentlemen. You have eaten well. You’ve eaten Gotham’s wealth. Its spirit. Your feast is nearly over. From this moment on—none of you are safe.

Why You Should Fear the Penguin's Umbrella

Don’t let the Penguin’s often amusing appearance fool you, he is easily one of Batman’s most dangerous foes. While many might be visually disarmed by his short stature, tuxedo and umbrella motif, Oswald Cobblepot is a true bird of prey.

ASK...THE QUESTION: Why are Batgirl's Eyes Visible, but Not Batman's?

Hello again! I’m Alex Jaffe, better known to our illustrious community as HubCityQuestion.

Soon Now, and I Shall Know: A Batman Memory by Chip Kidd

At the risk of inducing much eye-rolling, allow me to suggest that it shouldn’t be ‘Batman Day,’ it should be ‘Batman Night.’ Right?

A Brief History of Batman on the Small Screen

Batman has been swooshing across our television sets for over fifty years. It all started with Bruce Wayne taking center stage with a bang (and a POW!) in 1966, and his iconic alter ego is still gracing our small screens today.

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