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“Crisis” Management: Kevin Conroy on Playing a Broken Bruce Wayne [VIDEO]

We’ve officially reached the end of the year, folks – which means The CW‘s “Arrowverse” shows are taking a brief winter’s nap. Arrow is shuffling off the network’s programming coil after an abbreviated 10-episode eighth season (making The Flash the “elder states-show” of the “Arrowverse”), Ruby Rose-starrer Batwoman joined the family alongside Supergirl and expanded […]


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“Harley Quinn” Season 1 “Finding Mr. Right”: It’s Harley vs. Her Greatest Arch-Nemesis… Robin??? That’s Not Gonna Cut It [PREVIEW]

So far, we’ve liked what we’ve seen from DC Universe‘s adult-oriented animated series Harley Quinn. The streaming service had teased fans with details about the series as far back as 2018’s New York Comic Con (NYCC), and now? Let’s just say that the Kaley Cuoco-starrer (with The Big Bang Theory alum also executive producing, alongside Justin […]







“Batwoman”: Kate Kane Finally Gets “Down, Down, Down” In the Suit [PREVIEW]

As Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) continues to fall down “The Rabbit Hole,” this week we go “Down, Down, Down” even further in this week’s Batwoman. And perhaps most importantly, we finally get the “perfection” we were promised in the first episode as Kate dons her own personal version of the batsuit. So, how’s it look? […]


It's Official - Dan DiDio Confirms James Tynion IV as New Batman Writer in 2020

OFFICIAL – Dan DiDio Confirms James Tynion IV as New Batman Writer in 2020

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool told you that DC Comics would announce the new writer of their ongoing Batman comic book today, probably at the Barnes & Noble Union Square Batman Day event alongside Dan DiDio, Scott Snyder Brad Walker and Peter Tomasi. Then we told you it would be Justice League writer and former Detective Comics writer, […]

"Batman: Black and White" Statue Series Hit Their 100th Statue

Batman Black and White Statue Series Hit Their 100th Statue

Batman Black and White series first debuted back in 1996. It was a limited-run series from DC that features 8 page Batman stories in Black and White. Volumes 2 and 3 of the series are more recent with a 2013-2014 publication. The Batman Black and White series have been quite popular but the statue series […]

Batman #81 Loses Its Year Of The Villain Branding

Batman #81 Loses Its Year Of The Villain Branding

DC Comics is clearly worried about whether or not their comic books have “Year of the Villain” branding on their cover and whether it’s accurate or not. Which is why retailers have been told, in time for FOC and Batman Day, that the upcoming Batman #81 will no longer have DC’s Year Of The Villain […]



DC Comics to Announces New Batman Writer Tomorrow on Batman Day

DC Comics to Announces New Batman Writer Tomorrow on Batman Day

Tomorrow, on Saturday, September 21st, according to DC Comics’marketing department, is Batman Day. Participating comic book stores will have giveaways of reprint Batman comic books, as well as a variety of comic book ephemera. Bleeding Cool also understands that DC Comics will take the opportunity to announce the new writer of the Batman ongoing comic […]


“Batwoman”: Sorry, Luke Fox – Kate’s Not a Big Fan of “Rules” [PREVIEW]

With the Greg Berlanti-produced, Ruby Rose-starrer Batwoman officially set to join The CW‘s DCU line-up of The Flash, Supergirl, Black Lightning, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (with Arrow ending its run in 2019-2020 with an abbreviated eighth season) and teaming up with Supergirl on Sunday nights beginning October 6, fans having been waiting feverishly for the series to arrive. And they have every […]

Tom King's Final Issues Of Batman in December

This is How Tom King’s Batman Ends… Not With a Bang, But With a POW!

Originally he would have written Batman up to #105. That was the plan. To tell one very long Batman story, one idea, one movement, the story of Batman, Catwoman – and Bane, telling the kind of story he has told in The Vision, Mister Miracle and Omega Men, but over 100+ issues, and in doing […]