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The status-quo shattering Superman storyline 'Truth' continues, as the depowered Man of Steel comes face-to-face with Gotham's new Dark Knight... and let's just say they don't exactly get along. Hit the jump to read a preview of Greg Pak and Ardian Syaf's Batman/Superman #22.
Alex Ross has just released some new artwork featuring Batman, The Joker and Harley Quinn, titled “Mind if I Cut in?" The painting is a sequel to his famed 2003 piece “Tango With Evil,” which debuted as the cover of 1999’s “Batman: Harley Quinn.” Click on to check it out...
Critics of FOX's Gotham have often complained about the show's lack of 'Batman'. Until now, Bruce Wayne has been portrayed as a young, innocent boy, while his rogues run around free. That may be about to change though, as Bruce is set to start his double life in Season 2.
A little earlier this week, we heard that one of Gotham big bads in season two will be Tabitha Galavan and her brother Theo. He'll be played by James Frain, but Fox has now found their Tigress! Hit the jump for a description and to find out which sultry beauty they've chosen for the role...
Gotham's been busy lately, casting new villains and bumping up several supporting actors to series regulars ahead of its second season. Now FOX have revealed when exactly the show will return, and teased two of Batman's more (in)famous rogues in a new synopsis...
We have our first bit of casting news for the second season of Fox's Gotham. Orphan Black's James Frain will play Theo Galavan, who arrives in the city with his sister Tabitha, who will go on to become DC supervillian Tigress! More details past the jump...
A new report has surfaced which reveals more about Warner Bros.' plans for the Caped Crusader to star in his own movie, and they're very exciting indeed. Meanwhile, we also have details on the big idea Fox has for the Fantastic Four and X-Men franchises in 2018 as well...
Sideshow Collectibles & Square Enix have partnered up to bring both Batman & the Arkham Knight to life in intricate detail. These awesome figures from Rocksteady's video game will be a welcome addition to any collection, so click on to check out some snaps & let us know what you think...
Are you ready to be the Batman? After months and months of waiting, Rocksteady's highly anticipated Batman: Arkham Knight finally hits stores tomorrow! Come check out the epic launch trailer for Batman's final Arkham adventure now!
Rocksteady have already revealed character images for Robin, Nightwing, the Riddler, Catwoman, Two-Face and more, and with only two days until Batman: Arkham Knight drops, the promo image for the Caped Crusader himself has been unveiled. Check it out after the jump.