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Clad in the Hebrew colors of war, former West Point Academy cadet Kate Kane is Batman’s cousin, but she fights a battle all her own against injustice.
Bruce Wayne was robbed of both of his parents when he was just a small child, but his work as Batman has inspired those more fortunate than he was to follow his lead.
Trained by the military, Kate Kane was an heiress inspired to fight crime by the Dark Knight’s example after he rescued her from a mugger. But Kate’s story is unique. One of the few openly gay superheroes, she struggles for respect in her personal life as she protects all of Gotham City’s citizens, whether they respect her or not.
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The CW's Heroes and Villains Unite for a Five-Part Flash Premiere
Eight seasons in and The Flash still knows how to surprise.
While Grant Gustin’s...
Losing the Mask: Five Comic Book Coming Out Stories
Pride month is in full swing here at DCComics.com and across the country. In our current climate, it’s never been more important to embrace your identity and celebrate the parts of...
Out and About: More Adventures Featuring the Stars of DC Pride
The DC Universe is celebrating Pride Month for all thirty days of June, and hopefully by now you’ve gotten a copy of our landmark ...
Poison Ivy Will Make Her Way to The CW's Batwoman
Ryan Wilder is graduating to the big league.
While The CW’s new Batwoman held her own last season against the likes of Black Mask and Safiyah, she’s about to go toe-to-toe...
The Batgirls Are Back!
Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown are both Batgirl again.
Did that feel good to read? Because, I’m not going to lie, it felt really good to write! This development has been...
DCTV Pride Profile: BatwomanIn honor of Pride Month, we're shining a spotlight on some of the many LGBTQIA+ superheroes of the small screen. Determined to expose and rid Gotham of injustice, Javicia's Leslie's Batwoman radiates with fierce intensity.
Celebrate Pride Month with the DC Book Club
This month in the DC Book Club, we’re reading selected issues of LGBTQIA+ characters from across the multiverse! Joining the DC Book Club provides fun perks like downloadable digital wallpapers and bookmarks, DC talent Q&As, and lively discussions all month long. Learn more...