We’ve heard a lot over the years about Justice League Mortal, George Miller’s scrapped attempt to bring DC’s finest heroes to the big screen, but we’ve barely seen anything from it. A piece of concept art here, a costume there. But now we actually have our look at the League that could’ve been, suited up. Sort of.…
The second season of Telltale’s excellent Batman game has seen players wrestle with a plotline quite unlike anything they’ve been tasked with before: befriend the man who could one day become the Joker, and have the chance to mold his future. Now two new trailers show how that could come to pass in some very different…
Though the versions of Batman starring in the vast majority of DC Comics’ ongoing series are all dark and brooding characters, the publisher’s still keeping the spirit of Adam West’s high camp take on the Dark Knight alive in Batman ’66. And soon, Batman will have a new sidekick: Archie Andrews.
Artist Justin Erickson has been immersed in the animated version of the Dark Knight’s hometown of Gotham City, doing his damnedest to pay tribute to an all-time classic superhero television show.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, which after a post-Toy Fair break, is back and ready to tempt your wallet with all sorts of lavish toys and collectibles. This week, we’ve got a very special Lego minifigure, almost comically deadly darts, and a Jabba worthy of any great Hutt’s display cabinet. Come take a look!
Even though Batman and Superman have fought and won against one another multiple times in the past, it’s always worth paying attention when they do, because the heated, ongoing debates about how Bruce could ever body Clark are never going to end.
The problem with a show as relentlessly bonkers as Gotham is that it’s hard to make one episode’s craziness stand out from another. But last night’s episode, “A Beautiful Darkness,” shocked me on more than one occasion, mainly because Bruce Wayne met a DC character I never, ever expected he’d meet.
DC Comics’ approach to handling its multiverse is distinct from most other comics publishers’ approaches because of the way it includes a set of iconic stories that, technically-speaking, aren’t considered canon. If you like that sort of thing, their new Black Label should excite you. And well, if you’re a comic fan,…
DC Comics’ Catwoman has been in the news lately thanks to her glitzy engagement to the Dark Knight. But when it comes to cat-themed super-thieves, who’s going to question Felicia Hardy herself stealing the spotlight for a knowing wink at Gotham City’s newest power couple?
While plenty of comic events are basically the same—universal extinction-level threat, a team (or even teams) of heroes coming together to fight the good fight—DC and Young Animal’s Milk Wars has been the weirdest and most fantastically unsettling comics event from a mainstream publisher in recent memory.
Fans who’ve always wanted to visit Gotham City can soon do just that... but they’ll have to travel to Abu Dhabi first.
Benjamin Melniker, a legendary Hollywood producer who helped bring Batman to the big screen, died Monday at the age of 104.
Bruce Wayne’s engaged now, all set to marry Selina Kyle, the woman he’s chased across rooftops for a good chunk of his adult life. But as Batman and Catwoman get ready to tie the knot, it’s worth looking back at one particularly knotty relationship in the Dark Knight’s history.
Batman might currently be cozied up to Catwoman, but there’s another leading lady who deserves to wear the batring. Since it’s Valentine’s Day, it seemed like the perfect time to debut our brand-new video series, “Total Shipshow,” where we have people tell us all about their favorite ships. This week, Managing Editor…
Ben Affleck’s time as Batman has had highs, but it’s mostly been defined by the endless discussion about just how done he is with the Bat-mantle, and how long it’ll be until he announces his exit from the role. Which honestly makes this new statue a perfect collectible for the Batfleck era.
We’ve already seen Junpei Mizusaki’s wild-sounding Batman Ninja in action. But now we finally know when to expect it—and what the amazing adventures of a modern-day Batman in Feudal Japan are going to sound like in English.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the most amazing toys we’ve seen all week. Usually, this is where we’d tell you what sort of wonderful toys we’ve got in store for you, but seriously: Look at that Black Panther figure. Look at it.
It’s only fitting that at a time when we’re not sure just who’ll portray Batman in Warner Bros.’ future DC movies news would break that the studio was looking for another actor to play the Joker. This time around though, the buzz is about who WB wants to star in the non-DCEU, standalone Joker film.
Fox’s Gotham is a wild ride. A cheesy, flamboyant take on Bruce Wayne’s youth that’s somehow morphed into the madcap adventures of Teen Batman-But-Not-Batman, it’s—well, it’s something else.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of all the cool new toys that could drain our wallets in the near future. This week, Hot Toys gets imperial, the John Wesley Shipp figure of our dreams arrives, and Hasbro unleashes Carnage (and Venom). Come take a look!