James Groman Mixes Horror with Heroism for DC Artists Alley

Monstrous new horrors emerge just in time for Halloween in the form of recent vinyl figures by James Groman for DC Collectibles’ Artists Alley line.

First Look: Harleen's First Session with the Joker
After weeks of talking to inmates, Dr. Quinzel’s work comes down to one patient—the Joker—in this gripping sneak peek at Wednesday’s Harleen #2.
The Joker Gets an Origin Story...or Does He?

Joker, the much-discussed new movie featuring Joaquin Phoenix as DC’s dark Clown Prince, creates a never-before-seen origin story for the infamous super-villain.

Batman: Damned is a Horror-Fueled Take on the Dark Knight

Batman: Damned is not just a departure from a traditional superhero story, it's also a macabre turn on the mythos of Bruce Wayne/

Gotham Gazette: Joker's Busy Month

How do you keep an 80-year relationship fresh? Do you take it to new and interesting places, or do you embrace the classic things that made the relationship work in the first place?

Reading Batman: Hush for the First Time

To put things in perspective, I had just turned five years old when the first issue of Batman: Hush hit comic book shelves in 2002.

October One-Shot Featuring Art by Philip Tan and Marc Deering Ties into Lex Luthor’s Plan for the World to Embrace Doom

Both Series Are Written by Jeff Lemire, Featuring Art by Andrea Sorrentino, Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz

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

Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1 kicks off writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo’s new standalone story from DC Black Label.

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