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.

Batman, a History of Heroics: The 2000s

The Dark Knight’s sixth decade brought with it a brand new millennium and new innovations in technology, which soon made their way to the Batman storylines of the era.

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!

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Batman, a History of Heroics: 1980s-1990s

The 1980s was arguably the most consequential decade for Batman since his debut, with the release of three of his most widely read and influential storylines and the debut of his first modern movie.

Happy Birthday, Batman!

Batman is celebrating his 80th anniversary this year, and everyone's getting in on the fun! Enjoy this special anniversary montage created for the "Happy Birthday, Batman!" panel at WonderCon, 2019 and featuring special messages from Grant Gustin, Jon Cryer, Cress Williams, Paul Dini, Marv Wolfman, Denny O'Neil, Jim Lee, Dan DiDio, the casts of Gotham, Supergirl and Pennyworth, and many, many more. Happy birthday, Batman!

Eight Gifts that Detective Comics Has Given to Batman
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!

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Alex Sinclair (2018)

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials and interviews recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, colorist Alex Sinclair returns to the stage to demonstrate how he colors comics on a tablet. As he finishes an iconic cover from Batman: Hush, he discusses collaborating with Jim Lee and Scott Williams, how sometimes less is more when it comes to coloring and why Batman is his favorite character to color.

The Secret Origins of the Batcave's Best Trophies

You don't need me to tell you that the Batcave is a pretty cool place.

Batman, a History of Heroics: 1960s-1970s

The 1960s were a wild, rocky time in American history, and that was true in the world of the Dark Knight as well, who faced a serious sales slump until an out-of-nowhere television hit reinvigorated the character and expanded his world even

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