The Terrible Twos: Stories of Batman's Second Year

Ever since Michael Keaton went toe-to-toe with Jack Nicholson in 1989, it’s been a tradition to discuss the comic book storylines that directors have drawn upon to realize their version of the Dark Knight.

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.

Who is the Riddler?

What is the greatest riddle that the Riddler has ever told? “How is a raven like a writing desk?” “When is a door?” “What weighs six ounces, sits in a tree, and is pretty dangerous?” No.

Batwing's Big Moment: Luke Fox's Rise to Gotham Great

Lucas Fox is having a bit of a moment. As a mixed martial arts fighter, tech business magnate and one of Gotham’s few flying superheroes in his cutting edge batsuit, it’s easy to see why.

Beyond Batwing: Camrus Johnson Directs Two Different Tales of Heroism

On The CW’s Batwoman, Luke Fox has only recently stepped out of his computerized comfort zone and joined Ryan in the field, donning the high-tech suit created by his

Comic Teaser - Batman: The Knight

How did the Dark Knight…begin? Superstar writer Chip Zdarsky (Daredevil) discusses taking Bruce Wayne from an angry, damaged young man to the most accomplished detective and crimefighter the world has ever known in this definitive new ten-issue series! Get Batman: The Knight #1 at a comics shop near you or digitally now.

For more on the comic: https://www.dccomics.com/comics/batman-the-knight-2021/batman-the-knight-1

Worse Than the Disease: Arkham Asylum's Seriously Troubled History

If you ever want to make someone from Gotham City laugh, tell them they’re perfectly safe from Two-Face, Bane or the Joker—after all, they’re locked away in Arkham Asylum.

The Ticking Timebomb of Arkham Tower

You don’t have to be crazy to live in Gotham, but it helps.

First Look: Catwoman's Lonely Childhood
We get a look at Selina Kyle’s childhood—and John Paul Leon’s final work—in this exclusive sneak peek of next week’s Batman/Catwoman Special.

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