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Meet the Professor Who's Going to Teach a College Course All About Batman Meet the Professor Who's Going to Teach a College Course All About Batman

Baltimore isn’t Gotham City—keep your jokes to yourselves—but, come this fall, it’s going to be one of the best places to learn about the Dark Knight’s publishing history through the decades.

A Cavalcade of Gorgeous Marvel Hot Toys, and More of the Fanciest Toys of the Week A Cavalcade of Gorgeous Marvel Hot Toys, and More of the Fanciest Toys of the Week

Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's regular roundup of all things toys. This week, San Diego Comic-Con marches ever closer with even more exclusives, Batman Ninja strikes at your shelf, and Nerf is getting into laser tag. Check it out!

Batman: The Animated Series Comes to HD for the First Time Thanks to DC Universe [Updated] Batman: The Animated Series Comes to HD for the First Time Thanks to DC Universe [Updated]

DC Universe, the upcoming streaming service/comic book depository/fan hub platform dedicated to DC Comics’ best and brightest, already has a lot of very interesting reasons to tempt us to sign up. Now it’s adding another in the form of Batman: The Animated Series. But not just any version of this beloved classic: This…

This Book About the Anatomy of DC Heroes and Villains Looks Absolutely Gorgeous This Book About the Anatomy of DC Heroes and Villains Looks Absolutely Gorgeous

Ever wanted to know what the inside of Superman’s eyeball looks like? Well, now you do, in stunningly beautiful detail.

There's So Much More to Batman #50 Than That Spoiler There's So Much More to Batman #50 Than That Spoiler

You’ve probably heard at this point about the big reveal of Batman #50's wedding thanks to The New York Times, continuing its weirdly consistent streak of getting to spoil comics days before they release. But, for better or worse, there’s more to the issue than what happens at DC Comics’ biggest wedding of the year.

Hey New York Times, Welcome to Writing About Pop Culture on the Internet Hey New York Times, Welcome to Writing About Pop Culture on the Internet

Selina Kyle, an infamous burglar, socialite and occasional antihero of questionable morals, first met Bruce Wayne, a playboy billionaire with an affinity for bats and a strong sense of justice, at a yacht party being held far from their homes in Gotham city.

Welp, Looks Like DC Comics Spoiled Batman and Catwoman's Wedding in the New York Times Welp, Looks Like DC Comics Spoiled Batman and Catwoman's Wedding in the New York Times

If you’re invested in Batman’s romantic life, you might want to steer cleer of the paper of record today.

The Animated Justice League Assembles, and More of the World's Finest Toys of the Week The Animated Justice League Assembles, and More of the World's Finest Toys of the Week

Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's regular round up of the coolest toys we’ve seen on this here internet lately. This week: Comic-Con exclusive mania continues, Fantastic Beasts finds itself an extremely clever Lego set, and the best incarnation of the Justice League assembles on your toy shelf. Check it out!

The Joker May Have Given Batman the Greatest Wedding Gift of All The Joker May Have Given Batman the Greatest Wedding Gift of All

Batman and Catwoman’s rapidly-approaching wedding has had a rough time when it comes to planning. Batman’s potential Best Men accidentally got caught up with Hush. Booster Gold’s wedding gift screwed up the timeline to hell and back. And now, the Joker’s shown up at the worst possible time—but he might have done…

This Batman Dance-Off Reveals Alfred Works Hard for the Money, Among Other Disturbing Bat-Secrets

You can sit here all you want and tell me that the Adam West-era Batman theme song isn’t fantastic, but you’d be lying. Lying, I say. The very good people at Monster Truck Ninja know this to be true, and have given all of Gotham’s best (and worst) the chance to boogie to the iconic music in an excellent CG video that…

DC Comics Returns to Supermarket Shelves With New, Giant-Sized Comics DC Comics Returns to Supermarket Shelves With New, Giant-Sized Comics

Over the past few decades, both Marvel and DC have slowly retreated from releasing their comics on wider shelves in favor of launching books through specialty comics stores. Last year, Marvel slowly began branching out again thanks to a digest deal with Archie, and now DC is reviving an old favorite to join them.

The First Time Batman and Catwoman Really Got Married The First Time Batman and Catwoman Really Got Married

Batman’s been chasing Catwoman for decades in the various iterations of DC Comics’ fictional landscapes, and the attraction between the hero and the thief has been a constant subtext. They’re getting married soon in the mainline reality of the DC Universe but it’s happened before, in a story that’s a classic.

The DC Universe Is Kinda Broken Right Now The DC Universe Is Kinda Broken Right Now

The events of Dark Nights: Metal have had some wide-reaching implications for DC Comics’ universe, well beyond setting the stage for the current Justice League line up. The roster in the Hall of Justice is not the only thing being shaken up right now; the fundamental forces of the entire cosmos are as well.

DC's Heroes in Crisis Is a Story About the Psychological Trauma of Being a Superhero DC's Heroes in Crisis Is a Story About the Psychological Trauma of Being a Superhero

Comics writer Tom King’s work is at its very strongest when it’s focused on the internal, emotional struggles characters are going through as they’re also fighting to save the world. King’s upcoming DC Comics limited series Heroes in Crisis lives in that space.

Report: The Flash Movie Might Be More Like Back to the Future Than Flashpoint Report: The Flash Movie Might Be More Like Back to the Future Than Flashpoint

Big changes have been happening in the upper echelons of Warner Bros.’ DC superhero division, and they might mean that the Fastest Man Alive’s upcoming solo film won’t be quite as dark as his infamous 2011 time-travel comics storyline. A new report gives us updates on the Flash’s solo film, something we haven’t had in…

A New Rumor Suggests Ben Affleck Is Out as Batman (Again) [UPDATED] A New Rumor Suggests Ben Affleck Is Out as Batman (Again) [UPDATED]

Yup, this again. The Batman. Ben Affleck. Matt Reeves. Will they? Won’t they? Does anyone really know?

The Level of Detail in This Six-Foot Tall, 100,000-Piece Lego Batcave Is Staggering

You might remember Brent Waller as the original creator of the Ecto-1 Ghostbusters set that Lego put into production a few years ago. Sadly, there’s little chance the toymaker will do the same for Waller’s latest creation: a six-foot-tall recreation of the Wayne Manor and the Batcave, that he estimates was assembled…

Batman Is Having Some Best Man Problems Batman Is Having Some Best Man Problems

The DC Comics Wedding of the Century—between Batman and Catwoman—has been through some hiccups, like the temptation of Wonder Woman and Booster Gold screwing up the timeline. But now Batman faces another roadblock on the path to blissful matrimony: A few too many people want to be his best man.

A Handy Guide to the Statuses of the Too Many Joker Movies in the Works A Handy Guide to the Statuses of the Too Many Joker Movies in the Works

On Tuesday night, news broke that Warner Bros. was giving Jared Leto’s damaged incarnation of the Joker his own spinoff. Which would be all well and good—some fans, and even Leto himself, were disgruntled at how little he appeared in Suicide Squad—if... well, there weren’t already a smörgåsbord of other movies starring…

Watchmen or DC Comics: Which Reality Has Had It Worse? Watchmen or DC Comics: Which Reality Has Had It Worse?

One universe saw New York ravaged by a giant tentacled psychic horror, the other has beacons of hope like Superman and Wonder Woman. That might make you think the question that Adrian Veidt, Watchmen’s Ozymandias, has on his mind in this week’s issue of Doomsday Clock has an easy answer, but as with so many things…

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