Brilliant Women of Batman: Catwoman Gets Her Claws in Bruce...and Us

It was in 1940, only a year after the debut of Batman in 1939's DETECTIVE COMICS #27, when Bill Finger and Bob Kane decided to sp

Gotham Gazette: Beyond the Bat-Family

This month, we're kicking things off by really pushing the city limits a bit for the Gotham Gazette and looking into the Batman/Flash crossover event happening right now through February.

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.

Why Barbara Gordon and Dick Grayson are DC's Greatest Love Story

The DC Universe is chalk full of some of the most wonderful romances in popular culture—Superman and Lois Lane, Batman and Catwoman, Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor.

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: Back to the Black Mirror

Now I know it's not October anymore and the season of spooks has officially ended, but c'mon—we're in Gotham, so things are always going to be just a little dark, right?

The Batman Who Laughs: The Grim Knight Rises

We enter the second chapter of Scott Snyder and Jock's descent into the depths of Bruce Wayne's broken psyche with a glimpse at

Gotham: Surviving No Man's Land

Look, it's pretty safe to say that Gotham City has had its fair share or problems.

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.

First Look: Red Hood Partners with Batwoman
The black sheep of the Bat-Family unite against a squad of robotic nightmares in this sneak peek at RED HOOD: OUTLAW #29.

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