Batman '89 is a Delicious Dash of Dark Knight Nostalgia

There’s something magical about the world of Tim Burton’s Batman. For an entire generation of fans, Michael Keaton was the Dark Knight.

I Now Pronounce You Bat and Cat

Is it happily ever after for Batman and Catwoman?

Digging Up Batman Unburied

SPOILER ALERT: This column includes spoilers from the first five episodes of Batman Unburied. If you haven’t yet listened to episode five, we suggest waiting to read it until you have.

City on the Brink: Gotham's Worsening Fear State

The spooky season may have just ended, but let’s face it, when you’re living in a city like Gotham, how can you tell the difference? The city is constantly reeling from one traumatic event after another.

Life and Death in Gotham City

Who is the most important supporting character in the Batman mythos? Some might say Alfred, Jim Gordon or Dick Grayson, but I would argue that it’s Gotham City. The city lives and breathes as a character, with its own distinct personality.

Should the Titans Forgive Jason Todd?

WARNING: Do not read this article before watching episodes 1-3 of Titans. They’re wild!

The Batgirls Are Back!

Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown are both Batgirl again.

Batman: The Long Halloween Asks Some Hard Questions About Two-Face

You have to wonder sometimes if Batman has any regrets.

Let’s be real, Bat-fans. We’ve all felt like we’ve been living in a pretty disturbing dream lately, which means if you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to be Batman, you now do.

Gotham Gazette: Big Losses and Small Triumphs

The first shots have been fired in “The Joker War” and I have to say, I don’t think I’d want to be anywhere near Gotham right now.

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