This month, HEROES IN CRISIS takes a closer look at some of Sanctuary's patients, and the roster of heroes who spent some time checked in and healing just keeps growing.
Dick Grayson is pretty dark in Titans. That much is certain. Last week, we got our first real glimpse into just why and how that started happening.
Welcome back to Gotham Gazette, your one-stop shop for this month's Bat and Bat-adjacent comings and goings.
A strange thing happens when you start to really interrogate the basic and most fundamental tenets of any character.
Alright, you've watched the first five episodes of Titans on DC Universe.
Do you know what a "puddler" is? I didn't. I had to go look it up, but here's what I found: It's a term related to a specific step in metallurgy, specifically in the forging of high quality iron.
There's something specifically terrifying about Agent Liberty. It's not just how completely mundane, even safe, his actual origin story is—I mean, come on, a university professor? It's that it's all so achingly familiar.
Welcome to this month's Gotham Gazette, your source here on DCComics.com for the very latest and greatest in the world of Batman, which, unsurprisingly, happens to be pretty intense right about now!
Whether you’ve seen the Titans premiere or not (and if you haven’t, you really, really should), by now you've probably realized that our heroes are up against
C'mon, by now, you know who the Teen Titans are.