Alfred Pennyworth might not be the only associate of the Dark Knight who will show up in Batman v. Superman. Warning: potential spoilers ahead ...
Though it’d been through its fair share of designs over the past 75 years, it wasn’t until 1998 that Batman’s Gotham City was finally, officially mapped out.
The aborted, early 2000s Justice League flick has become the stuff of legend, and now the film’s art director has revealed some intriguing details about what could’ve been.
Zack Snyder set the Internet ablaze with the first peek at Ben Affleck’s new version of Batman. Now Affleck’s pal claims to know how that mysterious color palette will look.
Along with that impressive debut trailer, Fox has now released some additional footage and interviews from the upcoming Batman prequel series, Gotham.
Just a few hours after Zack Snyder offered up the first peek at Ben Affleck’s new version of the Dark Knight, the memes have started — and they’re hilarious.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet your new Batman (and get a closer look at his new ride).
According to clinical psychologist Richard A. Warshack, Bob Kane experienced an incident that left him traumatized.
Bill Finger will probably never get his due for co-creating Batman, but maybe DC shouldn't pretend no one cares.
Long before Christopher Nolan rebooted the Dark Knight, Batman was the realm of spandex and “Zap! Pow!” wackiness in the '60s. Apparently DC wasn't a fan. At least, not at first.