What if Batman Didn't Exist?

Imagine a world where Batman never existed. What would the DC Universe look like? What would pop culture look like? What kind of memes would people post if they didn’t have that image of Batman slapping Robin?

A Hardened Hero Heads to Europe in Batman: The Detective

What does Bruce Wayne do when he’s outgrown Gotham City?

The Flash: The Magnificent Mechanic

Marlize DeVoe is one of my all-time favorite additions to The Flash.

The Joker's cut a bloody path through Britain's heroes, hauling a reluctant Jarvis Poker in tow for a front-row view of the carnage.
From Superman vs. Muhammad Ali to even stranger appearances such as Orson Welles and John Walsh, celebrities have a long tradition of showing up in the DC Universe.
A new status quo. Those words are thrown around, a lot, in the comic book industry. But that’s exactly what New York Times bestselling writer Grant Morrison and team have created with BATMAN, INC.
It may or may not be good to be the King, but it's definitely an amazing time to be a Batman fan. Month in and month out, the writers and artists are knocking out some great books with a truly distinctive look and feel to them.
In this second issue from the team of writer Paul Cornell and artist Jimmy Broxton, our trusty heroes venture into rural England – or as they know it, home.
Our spotlight on all things BATMAN AND ROBIN continues and concludes today, with a special peek inside the mind of Grant Morrison, as the writer guides us through the various amazing new characters that first appeared in the second volume of BA

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