The Batman Who Laughs: Getting Inside Batman's Head

Scott Snyder and Jock are almost unmatched when it comes to creating terrifying horror comics. The pair enjoy rolling around in the blood, guts and gore of the genre while also strumming our last psychological nerve.

The legendary team behind Dark Nights: Metal and Batman: Last Knight on Earth take center stage and reunite for one last tour.

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: Meet Batman's New Partner...Detective Chimp?!?
Bruce isn’t the only sleuth who knows how to swing across Gotham. In this sneak peek from BATMAN SECRET FILES #1, the Dark Knight helps Detective Chimp on a surprisingly personal case.
Darkest Before Dawn: DC Collectibles Brings Metal's Dark Knights to Life

Straight from the pages of the bestselling DARK NIGHTS: METAL comics series comes an all-new line of 7” statues from DC Collectibles.

Bringing Wonder to Magic: James Tynion IV Talks Justice League Dark

For most of us, the only frightening things we’re likely to find in the basement are our father’s fluorescent parachute pants and maybe a mouse or squirrel who has met an untimely demise.

First Look: Justice League's Sinister Stowaways

DC Tales From the Vault - Plastic Man

With a new series on the stands and a prominent role in The Terrifics, this is shaping up to be the summer of Plastic Man. DC Librarian Benjamin LeClear looks back at Plas's unique comic book history, including his unusual first DC Comics appearance and some of the breathtaking Jack Cole art that helped cement Plastic Man as an important part of the DC Universe.

Defining the DCU: Wolfman and Perez Talk Crisis on Infinite Earths

Every now and again, there is a DC story so massive that it shifts the very fabric of reality. We tend to call those stories "Crises" for a couple of reasons.

What's the Deal With Hawkman?

When you start digging around the history of the DC Universe, you're bound to find some...well, let's call them weird little anomalies.

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