Bane

Raised in a prison on the island of Santa Prisca for the crimes of his father, Bane dedicated his life to honing his mind and body into a perfect weapon.

In order to wage his unending war on injustice, Batman has developed his body as perfectly as he has his mind. But there’s one man who’s broken him. A man who stands in many ways as his exact opposite—a physical marvel and a genius without peer. But whereas the Dark Knight was born to fight crime, Bane was destined for a life of corruption.

Batgirl

Barbara Gordon redefined what it meant to be a self-made hero when she crafted her own costume and joined Batman's crusade right under her father’s nose.

The mean streets of Gotham City have a number of guardian angels watching over them. And one of the first—the young woman who turned the Dynamic Duo into the Batman family—was Batgirl. Barbara Gordon has always existed between two worlds: her life at home as the only daughter of Police Commissioner James Gordon and her life swinging from gargoyles as an associate of the Dark Knight and a founding member of the Birds of Prey.

Pennyworth's Paloma Faith Gets Serious About Villainy

If you’ve been watching the new EPIX drama Pennyworth, then the delightfully sadistic Bet Sykes has probably gotten your attention.

Inside Outsiders: Everything Hits the Fan

Welcome back fellow Outsiders.

Gotham Gazette: Joker's Busy Month

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Batman: Hush Brings the Mystery Back to an Iconic Storyline

SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains spoilers for the recently released Batman: Hush animated movie and the 2003 Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee graphic novel.

Reading Batman: Hush for the First Time

To put things in perspective, I had just turned five years old when the first issue of Batman: Hush hit comic book shelves in 2002.

Gustavo Duarte Shows a New Side of Superheroes in Dear Justice League

When you were a kid, did you ever try writing a letter to your hero?

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