Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown are both Batgirl again.
The stadiums may be empty, but believe it or not, the MLB playoffs have arrived. And where general audiences are kept away, you can’t keep Gotham’s first family in vigilantism off the diamond.
Have you all seen Birds of Prey yet? How many of you have already seen it twice?
Detective Comics #457 might seem like a random issue of Batman’s long-running comic series to bestow much significance
Greeting citizens of Gotham! Meg Downey is off on a secret mission, so I’ve been entrusted with the printing press here at the Gotham Gazette, and not a moment too soon.
Passing superhero mantles between people can make things...complicated. The pressure of upholding a legacy, the potential jealousy, maybe even feelings of being replaced by a newcomer.
I kid you not when I confess that Robin has been, and always will be, my favorite comic book character of all time.
Gotham City is no stranger to...tricky relationships. Batman and Catwoman, Nightwing and Batgirl, Harley and the Joker… You get the idea.
If you spend long enough in Gotham City, you’re going to start hearing some names. Some of them are good: Batman, Robin, Jim Gordon…you know the drill. Others? Not so much.