For the past 75 years, the Joker and Catwoman have left their mark on the streets of Gotham—and in the hearts and minds of Batman fans. They’ve appeared in comics, film, TV and games and have been brought to life some of the most talented artists in the business. Everyone has their favorite take on the characters, whether it’s their original Golden Age design, the colorful camp of the 1966 Batman TV series, the whimsy of the Tim Burton Batman movies, the dark danger of their current personas or anything in between.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s legendary ENDGAME story arc comes to a heart-stopping conclusion in BATMAN #40.
In this action-packed issue, Batman and team have rallied together in an iconic battle between good and evil. Even Batman’s villains have joined in the fight against the clown prince of crime.
You no want to watch this week's new DC All Access. Am not full of exciting new DC Comics info and first looks. There no trailer for new Bizarro LEGO Batman 3 DLC or new Infinite Crisis Harley Quinn skins, and am absolutely nothing about Justice League #39 comic or DC Collectibles at Toy Fair.
Oof, looks like we've been hanging out with LEGO Bizarro way too much lately, as this week's all new Access contains all of those great things, plus a great DC Collectibles Joker statue giveaway! Trust us, you're not going to want to miss it.
Every legendary hero has an opposite number. The other side of the coin. The darkness to their light. These reflections of evil, death and menace bring out the best in our champions – if they can survive the experience.
But none compare to The Joker – the deadliest, most frightening villain ever to grace the comic book page and the bloodthirsty, grinning psychopath who, in his horrifying return to Gotham City, sported a new, disturbing visage: his own face!
All this month on DCComics.com we're celebrating the 75th Anniversary of one of the DC Universe's... no, all of comics... no, all of FICTION's most popular and recognizable characters: the Dark Knight himself, Batman!
It seems like just yesterday that billionaire Bruce Wayne made the totally sane and reasonable decision to avenge his parents' deaths by dressing up as a giant bat and combating the criminals of Gotham City.
It's a good time to be bad. Not only because today's Halloween—the day ghouls and goblins, monsters and monsterettes get to roam the streets in search of sweet, sweet candy goodness—but also because in the world of DC Comics, bad guys are pretty much reigning supreme right now.