The Dark Knight has returned before. How can Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Yanick Paquette handle it on their own?
Mezco is not holding back with its One:12 Collective line. Things kicked off last year with The Dark Knight Returns Batman, and the line expanded to two more figures with Judge Dredd and the Mutant Leader from DKR. Throughout 2015, Mezco...Show More Summary
Since the conclusion of The Dark Knight Returns, one of the most iconic images at DC Comics has been that of Superman versus Batman on a city street. It's become such a part of the history between DC's two biggest male heroes that the fabled fight has been a major part of the promotion for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Show More Summary
Batman returns, and you can celebrate by plastering his angry mug all over your wall with the Batman Dark Knight III: Large Giclee Print. This 24? x 36? giclee print is all about the Bat… and I do mean ALL, with the whole image taken up by the angry visage of Bruce Wayne’s vigilante alter-ego. […]
The latest "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" TV spot features new footage and leans heavily into its "Dark Knight Returns" influences.
Legendary writer Paul Dini—known for his work on Batman: The Animated Series, Tiny Toon Adventures, Justice League and countless other shows—is returning to DC to pen a whole new graphic novel for the Dark Knight. The twist, however, is that Batman isn’t the lead character: Dini is, as he recalls trauma from his own past. Read more...
The third installment of the dark Batman saga that began with Frank Miller's groundbreaking The Dark Knight Returns lacks Miller's distinctive touch, despite his nominal involvement.
The writer and artist of "Batman: Thrillkiller" and "Nocturnals" returns to DC Comics for a digital-first "Legends of the Dark Knight" story.
In 1986, writer/artist Frank Miller changed the world of superhero fiction forever with his epochal four-part Batman comics series, The Dark Knight Returns. But if his vision of Batman’s tone was glaringly obvious (dark, angry, punch-prone), his vision of Batsy’s politics was maddeningly ambiguous. On the one hand, he was... More »
Frank Miller’s Dark Knight series has, for better or worse, been one of the most highly influential pieces of Batman media in decades—and a return to that universe is one that usually could be fraught with danger. But the first issue of The Master Race has some surprising twists to it that leave us wanting to know more. Read more...
The artist and writer returns to Batman with "Dark Knight III: The Master Race," whose first issue goes on sale Wednesday.
Tomorrow, Frank Miller’s wildly influential (and batshit crazy) Dark Knight series returns with the unfortunately-named The Dark Knight III: The Master Race. Such an event has not escaped DC, and they’re putting out some spectacular variant covers to celebrate—over 50 of them, in fact. So much lovely Batman art! Read more...
The Dark Knight Returns to Strike Again with the DC Comics Designer Series Dark Knight III: The Master Race Batman by Andy Kubert Statue. He returned in The Dark Knight Returns. He struck back in The Dark Knight Strikes Again. And now the grim vigilante rises once more to battle the master race in Dark […]
Frank Miller, one of the more polarizing figures in the comic book world, will return to the Batman universe following the complete release of The Dark Knight III: Master Race, which kicks off later this month.Click To Continue Read...
Celebrate one of the highlights of the comic book world with the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns 30th Anniversary Bust, because love it or hate it, TDKR changed comics forever. Batman, Superman, and the rest of the gang usually don’t get old. They battle crime through the years while seeming to stay the same age. […]
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The clawed mutant strikes a familiar pose in Andrea Sorrentino's nod to Frank Miller's classic "Dark Knight Returns" cover.
Next year will be the 30th anniversary of The Dark Knight Returns, which for the three of you who have never heard of it, is considered one the landmark Batman stories of this generation. The story by Frank Miller, Klaus Janson and Lynn...Show More Summary
DC Collectibles has revealed a limited-edition Batman brass statue, and two pieces celebrating the 30th anniversary of "The Dark Knight Returns."
While we still have to wait a few more months for the return of Batman in a live action feature, DC has continued to produce a series of Batman animated films direct-to-DVD to keep fans of the Dark Knight satiated until the big crossover movie hits next March. Show More Summary