Batman/Superman #1 Reveals the Dark Knight's Biggest Fear

After the trauma and chaos of The Batman Who Laughs, the Year of The Villain isn't letting up with

Brilliant Women of Batman: Carrie Kelley Lights Up the Dark Knight
Swamp Thing: The Power of Comic Book Storytelling

Though it feels like we've only just begun to fall in love with the Southern Gothic magic of DC Universe's Swamp Thing, the season—and series—has ended and left a whole bunch of devastated Swampy fans in its wake.

The Batman Who Laughs: Paving the Road to Hell

Over the past nine months, Scott Snyder, Jock, David Baron and Sal Cipriano have delved into the deepest and darkest parts of Bruce Wayne in the 7-issue

Shazam! and the Power of Scary Family Movies

Now that fans have had the chance to sink their teeth into David F.

Brilliant Women of Batman: Leslie Thompkins, Gotham's Unsung Hero

Detective Comics #457 might seem like a random issue of Batman’s long-running comic series to bestow much significance

Kami Garcia and Gabriel Picolo Remind Us Why We Love Raven

Over the past few months, DC has carved out a space for exciting, authentic and brave Young Adult storytelling.

Under the Moon Delves Into the Darker Side of Growing Up

Lauren Myracle and Isaac Goodhart reimagine an iconic Batman antagonist-slash-love-interest in Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale, and

The Batman Who Laughs: Happiness in Horror

As we move ever closer to the end of The Batman Who Laughs, it's becoming more and more clear that the seven-issue mini

Even among the colorful denizens of Gotham City, Harleen Quinzel is unique.

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