First Look: Dark Nights: Death Metal's Mysterious New Observer
The key to understanding our strange new world—and perhaps saving it—lies in the hands of the mysterious figure within this Dark Nights: Death Metal Guidebook preview.
First Look: Superman Needs Saving in Dark Nights: Death Metal

DC's Creative Talent is Going Behind the Scenes! - Comic-Con 2020

Hear from DC’s hottest talent about their latest works and how they’re making DC and the World’s Greatest Super Heroes the home for fans of great superhero storytelling worldwide! The creative talent behind some of DC’s most popular characters are on hand in this Comic-Con@Home panel to give behind the scenes details on their stories and how they put their own unique voices to the heroes and villains that DC fans have come to know and love (and hate)!

Hell Arisen: The Batman Who Laughs vs. "Apex" Lex

It’s all led to this: Events playing out across the DC Universe for the past year reach their boiling point in Year of the V

In Metal Men, Life Can Literally Be What You Make It

What if you only thought you were alive?

The Batman Who Laughs - Official Trailer

He has the mind of the World's Greatest Detective corrupted by the dark vision of the Joker. How can the Dark Knight defeat a villain who's his equal in skill and knows everything he's going to do? The answer is simple—by becoming him.

Scott Snyder and Jock, the acclaimed team behind the legendary Batman: The Black Mirror, present a shocking new chapter in the struggles of the Dark Knight. Available wherever graphic novels are sold.

Batman/Superman #1 Reveals the Dark Knight's Biggest Fear

After the trauma and chaos of The Batman Who Laughs, the Year of The Villain isn't letting up with

The Batman Who Laughs: Paving the Road to Hell

Over the past nine months, Scott Snyder, Jock, David Baron and Sal Cipriano have delved into the deepest and darkest parts of Bruce Wayne in the 7-issue

The Batman Who Laughs: Happiness in Horror

As we move ever closer to the end of The Batman Who Laughs, it's becoming more and more clear that the seven-issue mini

The Batman Who Laughs: Sins of the Father

Something that's constantly surprised me about The Batman Who Laughs miniseries is the focus on Bruce as a family man.

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