Gotham Gazette: Keeping Up with the Bat-Family

In terms of sheer superhero population density, you'd be hard pressed to find a busier placer in the DC Universe than Gotham City.

DC Entertainment mourns the loss of Harlan Ellison, a prolific and influential writer, known as well for his incredible storytelling as he was for his outspoken personality.

Batwoman: Redefining the Familiar

The Femme Fatale is well known in detective stories, particularly ones with a noir feel—a woman from an investigator's past returns, bringing mystery, deceit and danger into their life.

The Flash: An Elongated Journey Into Superheroing

“Elongated Journey Into Night” heralds tonight’s brand new addition to The Flash under the guise of clever wordplay and a vandalized front door.

This Just Happened: Tim Drake is Back!

Tim Drake, perhaps better known as Red Robin around the streets of Gotham, has been missing in action for a while after seemingly meeting his demise over a year ago in the pages of Detective Comics.

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?

Angels in the Batcave: James Tynion IV on Azrael, Anarky and Bringing Back Tim Drake

To say that Jean-Paul Valley’s life has been turned upside over the past year is putting it mildly, as anyone who’s been reading

In this week’s issue of DETECTIVE COMICS, after a run in with Zatanna, Bruce is forced to remember an important piece of Zatanna’s past—but like with everything else, this knowledge comes with a price.

Love and Robins: The History of Tim Drake and Stephanie Brown

Gotham City is no stranger to...tricky relationships. Batman and Catwoman, Nightwing and Batgirl, Harley and the Joker… You get the idea.

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