Catwoman is prepared to save Gotham City by taking total control over its organized crime racket, and the only thing stopping her is Batman.
DC Comics fans have largely forgotten the 1943 Batman serial, but it significantly impacted the franchise from the Golden Age onward.
Comics have a bad habit of sticking to status quos for too long, but DC needs to realize when they have a good thing going and stay put.
Harley Quinn erases Batman's famous origin story by inadvertently saving Bruce Wayne's parents' lives in Multiversity: Harley Screws Up the DCU #5.
Dawn of DC's reboot of Batman: The Brave and the Bold #2 recreates the Joker and the Dark Knight's very first encounter in 1940's Batman #1.
Marvel's I Am Iron Man series has Tony Stark's armored hero repeating the worse mistake of DC's most iconic hero, Batman.
Nightwing's best trick to getting around Bludhaven is a small sign of how far he has stepped out from under Batman's shadow.
In her centennial issue #800, Wonder Woman visits Batman's dreams and highlights their strong friendship and partnership.
Nightwing just admitted to sharing Batman's greatest flaw, but he's already proved better than his mentor by coming clean with the Titans.
Jensen Ackles has recently gained some attention for his openness to play Batman. But he’s not the only Supernatural star to yearn for the role.
While Batman comics are brimming with LGBTQ+ characters, Hollywood has yet to embrace that aspect of the hero's world on the big screen.
Batman has one of the best libraries of comics, and these are memorable modern stories from the 2010s available on DC Universe Infinite.