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Out From the Shadows: Five Hidden Batman Stories
Batman likes to stick to the shadows, completely silent and unseen. Eventually, he’ll strike, but until then, he remains hidden from anyone looking for him.
First Look: Justice League's New Tactical Batsuit
Just in time for Batman Day, Zack Snyder gave us another great look at Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight as we’ll be seeing him in Justice League. Earlier today, he tweeted a photo of Batman standing alongside the Batmobile and sporting a new Tactical Batsuit that we haven’t yet seen.
Send in the Replacements: Four Others Who Have Worn the Cowl
While Bruce Wayne might be the most famous Bat in Gotham City, he’s far from the only Caped Crusader to ever swing into action. In the 77 years since Batman’s creation, dozens of characters have tried their hands at becoming the Dark Knight, some by choice, some by force, some practically by accident.
DC All Access: Win a Suicide Squad Mini-Poster Signed by the Cast
We all can use a little escape every now and then...even the residents of Arkham Asylum. In today's all new episode of DC All Access, Tiffany talks to Gotham Executive Producer Danny Cannon about the show's wild new season, which includes the first appearance of classic Bat-villains Mad Hatter, Calendar Man and Solomon Grundy.
Weirdness Finds a Home in DC's Young Animal
DC's Young Animal is a new line of comics designed to challenge your perceptions and take you on a multicolored trip to parts unknown. We asked writer Amy Ratcliffe to cover it for us in a series of exclusive posts. So strap yourself in and hold on, things are about to get dangerous.
Young Animal: Comics for Dangerous Humans
Put aside your expectations and get dangerous with DC’s Young Animal, a new line of comic books presented and curated by Gerard Way, coming this fall to a comic shop near you.
Detecting Batman in Animation
The cartoons of my youth aren't like cartoons today. The animation may not look all that different, but the storytelling techniques have grown by leaps and bounds. While cartoons can still be fun and light distractions, more than a few of them are sophisticated and just as suitable for adults as they are for children. Variety. It's a neat thing.
Reader Recaps: Suicide Squad Defeated by...Airsickness?
SPOILER ALERT: The following feature contains spoilers from the previous issues of this week's new comics.
Through the Years: Five Batman Graphic Novels to Get You Started
Let’s set the stage: your curiosity has been piqued about a super hero, and that same curiosity has led you down the graphic novel section of a bookstore, or through the front door of your local comic book shop or library. You’re anxious for more to read, there’s a Wikipedia article open on your phone, and you’re eager to start filling in some gaps in your knowledge.