Who is Cassandra Cain? - DC Secret Files & Origins

No one in the Batman Family had an easy childhood, but Cassandra Cain may have had the worst. Raised from infancy under the tyrannical thumb of her father, the world-class assassin David Cain, Cassandra was taught violence before she was taught anything else—even how to speak. Yet, despite her father's abuse, Cassandra understood the difference between good and evil. As she grew older, she realized what her father had done to her and escaped him, fleeing to Gotham City where her life would be forever changed for the better.

Mariko Tamaki Talks Batman, Batgirl and Boba

To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re shining the spotlight on a few of the talented AAPI writers and artists working for DC today.

Changing the World Through Story: Gene Luen Yang Talks Race and Comics

To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re shining the spotlight on a few of the talented AAPI writers and artists working for DC today.

DC Festival of Heroes Story Targets Real-Life Anti-AAPI Violence

In the first quarter of 2021, Anti-Asian hate crime reports increased by 169% in fifteen of America’s largest cities and counties, according to recently published data from the Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism (CSHE) at Californi

Guided by Batman: Dustin Nguyen Discusses His Life in Comics

To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re shining the spotlight on a few of the talented AAPI writers and artists working for DC today.

Meet the Monkey Prince: Yang and Chang Introduce DC's Newest Hero

This month, DC celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in style with

This Week on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE: A New Sweet Tooth Saga Begins!

Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!

Read "Superman Smashes the Klan" For Free with the DC Book Club

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and the DC Book Club is getting into the spirit by reading and discussing Superman Smashes the Klan, last year’s acclaimed standalone Superman comic from Gene Luen Yang and G

Jim Lee and Asian American Superheroes - Library of Congress Panel

For Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher Jim Lee appears in conversation with illustrator Bernard Chang (Generations Forged) and writers Sarah Kuhn (Shadow of the Batgirl) and Minh Lê (Green Lantern: Legacy). Moderated by former National Ambassador for Young People's Literature Gene Luen Yang (Superman Smashes the Klan).

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