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.

Lady Shiva

Lady Shiva is the deadliest martial artist in the DC Universe. She has served many causes and many masters, but has only one true motivation: the pursuit of a worthy challenge.

Bats at Bat: Who's on First When the Batman Family Plays Baseball?

The stadiums may be empty, but believe it or not, the MLB playoffs have arrived. And where general audiences are kept away, you can’t keep Gotham’s first family in vigilantism off the diamond.

Gotham Gazette: Where You Lead

Chances are, if you’re reading this column then you probably think Batman is an effective hero. That’s why we’re all here, right? The Dark Knight has saved Gotham and the world countless times, and he’s pretty darn good at it.

Perfect Panels: Discovering the Hero Within

Perfect Panels is a section of Ink Spots in which we take a look at noteworthy panels or sequences from recent YA comic titles and discuss what makes them stand out.

Book Breakdown - Shadow of the Batgirl Makes Us Happy and Hungry

The latest in DC's line of Young Adult graphic novels is out, and it's a return to original stories for this line (rather than the also excellent adaptations of the DC Icons prose novels).

Birds of Prey and DC's Radical Tradition of Girl Gangs

The DC Universe has always been filled with brilliant women.

Conner and Palmiotti Return with Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey

Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s time co-writing Harley Quinn together from 2013 to 2018 helped launch the beloved antihero to new levels of popularity and entrenched her as one of DC’s most iconic characters.

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