Neal Adams: A Legend on the Page and Off

Last week we were saddened to hear about the passing of Neal Adams, a legendary artist who helped reshape comic book storytelling.

Batwing's Big Moment: Luke Fox's Rise to Gotham Great

Lucas Fox is having a bit of a moment. As a mixed martial arts fighter, tech business magnate and one of Gotham’s few flying superheroes in his cutting edge batsuit, it’s easy to see why.

Variant Covers Featuring Art Inspired by Matt Reeves’ The Batman Available Now for Pre-Order!

Worse Than the Disease: Arkham Asylum's Seriously Troubled History

If you ever want to make someone from Gotham City laugh, tell them they’re perfectly safe from Two-Face, Bane or the Joker—after all, they’re locked away in Arkham Asylum.

Shadows of the Bat: Mariko Tamaki Previews the Upcoming Bat-Event

“Fear State” may be reaching its end, but no matter what happens with the Scarecrow and Simon Saint’s oppressive Magistrate, when you’re talking about Gotham, there’s always a new terror hiding in the shadows.

What Do DC’s Biggest Icons See When Gassed by the Scarecrow?

As Gotham City surrenders to Scarecrow’s “fear state,” the terrifying grip of Dr. Crane is more potent than ever before.

Laughing in Fear: Twelve Moments That Defined the Joker

All the world loves a clown, so let’s all show Joker some affection.

Soon Now, and I Shall Know: A Batman Memory by Chip Kidd

At the risk of inducing much eye-rolling, allow me to suggest that it shouldn’t be ‘Batman Day,’ it should be ‘Batman Night.’ Right?

Early Inspirations: Five DC Characters Who Debuted Before Superman

In 1938, Superman smashed a car against a rock on the cover of Action Comics #1 and DC Comics w

Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon: It's Complicated
If you’ve been watching season three of Titans on HBO Max, then you might be wondering what the deal is between Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon. It’s a fair question...but that doesn't mean it's an easy one to answer.

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