We are loving this collection of sketches by ZachArt reimagining female superheroes and villains as sexy hunks and delicious trade
In case you were wondering how the world’s most famous heroes feel about Donald Trump’s Muslim refugee ban, we’ve uncovered the answer
DC Comics added a new queer character to the Batman universe: Dr. Victoria October, a trans scientist who studies monsters. Awesome.
Planning a Halloween costume? Well, look no further than Tumblr, where creative types delight in posting their home-grown cosplay ideas!
Looking for some great Halloween couples costumes? We’ve got some great ideas for you!
Find out which six video game couples we TOTALLY ship. If you don’t write fan-fic, that just means we think they should hookup for some sweet, sweet lovin’.
We sit down with Drew Droege, the creator of the strangely hilarious “Chloe” videos featuring weird stories of celebrity.
Yvonne Craig, the actress who played Batgirl in the 1967 Batman TV series, recently passed away. But she also threatened to kill Batman for equal pay — check it out!
Someone recently produced gay porn of Batman and Superman. Little do they know: the superheroes have been getting it on for years
Mercedes and Audi have already experimented with the car that drives itself, but it seems that Tim Cook also wants to enter the road race. Will it be safe?
A transgender Robin and elderly Wonder Woman highlight the Secret Identities:Superheroes and Selfhood show at Driscoll Babcock Galleries in New York.
We review all 8 actors who have played the Dark Knight in film and TV to definitively answer the question: Who was the greatest Batman of all time?
Batman, the world’s greatest detective, is a character created in 1939 by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. (Bob Kane insisted on all the credit, but Bill Finger created most of the things you think of when you think of “Batman” — like the Joker.) Of course, Batman’s been associated with the queer community as early as the 1950s, when in the infamous anti-comic book Seduction of the Innocent, Dr. Frederic Wertham referred to Batman and Robin’s living situation as “a wish dream of two homosexuals.”
Batman’s appeared in all forms of media. His first film appearance was in a 1943 film serial starring Lewis Wilson as Bruce Wayne. He’s appeared on TV — most notably the campy 1966 series with Adam West as the Caped Crusader and the ’90s Batman: The Animated Series (and its futuristic spinoff Batman Beyond) starring Kevin Conroy in the titular role. And, of course, there’s books and video games, too.
Whether your favorite Batman is in the comics, the TV shows, the Arkham games or the movies, you’ll find all our Batman coverage here.