Super Here For…Superman Quietly Owning Batman

It's Batman's 80th anniversary, and Brian Michael Bendis isn't letting the milestone occasion go by without celebrating it in a very Superman way.

First Look: Has Bruce Become the Batman Who Laughs?

Batman's Birthday Dance Party

Who says the Dark Knight doesn't dance? Batman celebrated his big birthday this weekend with a blowout featuring friends, family, a Batman-themed cake and a dance party to rival the biggest club in Gotham. Enjoy this special animated anniversary clip featuring some of Gotham's most infamous residents breaking out their wildest moves. Happy birthday, Batman!

For more videos, features and comics celebrating Batman's 80th anniversary: http://www.dccomics.com/batman80

Pennyworth Offers 1960s Mystery and Intrigue in New Teaser

As Batman fans know, there’s a lot more to Alfred Pennyworth than just serving cucumber sandwiches and tidying up the Batcave. He’s a skilled fighter and strategist, a gifted medic and surgeon, and a pretty decent actor.

Gotham: Bringing Detective Comics to Life

Hi, Couch Clubbers! I’m sure you’re noticing all the Batman party favors we have laying around. Forgive the mess, but we’re doing lots of celebrating this week, and hope that you’ll join us!

Batman, a History of Heroics: 1940s-1950s

While Batman may have been born in 1939, the next two decades would start to shape him into the hero we know and love today, introducing key members of the Bat-Family like Robin, Alfred and the on-again-off-again love of Bruce Wayne’s life,

The Batman Who Laughs: Structure, Trauma and Losing Control

Bruce Wayne is a man with a plan. A meticulous, detailed, obsessive (probably unhealthily so) plan.

Epix's 'Pennyworth' Shows a New Side to Batman's Famous Butler

Even though Pennyworth creator Bruno Heller and executive producer Danny Cannon are also behin

Gotham Gazette: Faithful Fathers and Prodigal Sons

It's time for another edition of Gotham Gazette! Your one stop monthly shop for all the ins and outs of the Bat-Family…and this, the final Gazette of the year, is a real doozy.

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