The Polka-Dot Man, a character whose schtick is so lame and mockable, he’s the quintessential D-list bad guy boiled down to his very essence
Author: Alex M. Parker
As fans battle amongst themselves about what Batman really is, Bat-Mite can become a literal embodiment of this struggle
Gotham was never the same after The Penguin gained an interest in politics. Neither was politics, for that matter.
The last time the U.S. faced a global threat, Batman and Superman did their part—by becoming national pitchmen.
A symptom of rising crime and falling standards in a spiraling society. Or—sometimes—a symbol of nothing at all.
A look at the new Harley Quinn TV series
The most controversial comic book of all time won’t go away.
The fascinating history of Batman’s Batman.
Sure, bring back Jean-Luc Picard, but keep him out of the captain’s chair.
DC writers hate him for being a one-note bit that persists over the years, surviving deaths and reboots with a mind and agenda of his own
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A decade after its release, we’re still wrestling with The Dark Knight’s murky politics.