Here on DCComics.com, we write about Batman a lot for one simple reason—we love the Caped Crusader and his colorful crew of friends and foes. We’ve grown up with the same Batman movies, comics, TV shows, video games and toys that you have. Therefore, we’re kicking off Batman’s 75th Anniversary Celebration with a special event here on the site. Not just a week of Batman, but a full month.
Sooner or later, the past always comes calling. For most people, this can be a problem. But for a mask-wearing vigilante, it can be downright deadly. In tonight’s all new Arrow, entitled “Birds of Prey,” Oliver Queen must try to right a past wrong as Jessica De Gouw’s Helena Bertinelli—better known to DC Comics fans as the Huntress—returns to Starling City.
Of all of Bruce Wayne’s friends and allies, none are more important than his loyal butler. After the tragic death of his parents, it was Alfred who raised the young “master Bruce,” before going on to become his most trusted adviser in the Batman’s mission to protect the streets of Gotham.
In case you missed it, Gotham just released their second official character image, this time of newcomer Camren Bicondova as Selina Kyle.
What was the Penguin like before he was actually the Penguin? TV viewers will find out when Gotham debuts on Fox. But if you were wondering what he looked like before the monocle and the Iceberg Lounge, you’re in luck as today we got our first look at Robin Lord Taylor (The Walking Dead, Another Earth) as Oswald Cobblepot.
Batman’s quest to keep the streets of Gotham safe may be never ending, but he still had time to stop by to chat with us in the latest episode of DC All Access.
To wrap up “Five Days of Infinite Crisis” here on DCComics.com, we thought we’d take a close look at Atomic Two-Face. Why this particular baddie? Well, unlike the other Infinite Crisis characters we’ve seen so far, Atomic Two-Face was created by DC Comics specifically for the Infinite Crisis comic book.