The Batman Who Laughs: Sins of the Father

Something that's constantly surprised me about The Batman Who Laughs miniseries is the focus on Bruce as a family man.

Under the Moon: Lauren Myracle Introduces Us to a Young Selina Kyle

Bestselling author Lauren Myracle has been tasked with reimagining one of the most iconic Bat-characters of all-time for Young Adult readers with her upcoming graphic novel

The Strange and Super-Powered History of Superman and Shazam

It might seem crazy, but at one point Shazam was the most popular comic book superhero in the world.

Brilliant Women of Batman: Poison Ivy Steals it with a Kiss

Over the years, Batman has tangled with many marvelous and thorny women.

Everything You Need to Know about Shazam!'s Seven Deadly Sins

When Mark Strong was cast as Dr. Sivana, it seemed pretty clear that the brilliant British actor was going to be a fearsome foe for Asher Angel's Billy Batson and Zachary Levi's Shazam.

The Batman Who Laughs: Through the Eyes of a Child

After getting to know the Grim Knight in last month's one-shot, we're headed straight back into the mind of Bruce Wayne and his

What's the Deal with Shazam!'s Mid-Credits Scene?

If you’ve seen Shazam!and if you haven’t, you should stop reading right now—we're sure you have a lot of questions: Was that really Superman?

Family Business: Sarah Carter Brings a New Cicada to The Flash

Like many Flash fans, we were pretty stunned after last week's shocking end-of-episode reveal.

The Grim Knight: A Dark Reflection of What Could Have Been

As we've ventured into Scott Snyder and Jock's THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS, we've sunken ever deeper into the cesspit of trauma and fear at

Brilliant Women of Batman: Catwoman Gets Her Claws in Bruce...and Us

It was in 1940, only a year after the debut of Batman in 1939's DETECTIVE COMICS #27, when Bill Finger and Bob Kane decided to sp

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