The man who's been the contractual sole creator of Batman for 75 years is about to receive a new honor, and a big chunk of the comics Internet is (understandably) unhappy about it.
Do we already know when Ben Affleck will get a chance to step out alone as the Dark Knight?
What happens when you get a few of the living legends responsible for making Batman the hero he is today together in one room? This, and it’s awesome.
Though the pilot has gotten some solid buzz, we still have a while to wait until we get a look at Fox’s small-screen Batman spinoff, Gotham.
The folks over at TV Guide have put together a list of TV’s greatest action heroes, and not surprisingly, the sci-fi folks are well represented. But who made the cut (and where)?
If you've ever dreamed of driving the Batmobile, then Batman: Arkham Knight looks like the game for you! Come and have a look.
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Batman, Warner Bros. is launching a tour through the Dark Knight's cinematic history.
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.