Writer Genevieve Valentine wrote a blog post confirming the sexuality of the original Catwoman, Selina Kyle.
“I don’t know about you, Miss Kitty, but I feel so much yummier.” — Catwoman, Batman Returns
Las, voici Sire Batman de Gotham et son fidèle écuyer, Robin !
Season One, Episode 12: “What The Little Bird Told Him”
Alas, tis Sir Batman of Gotham, and his squire, Robin!.
A thoroughly typical Monday for everyone involved.
With great power comes great f#@kability.
Et celle dont vous avez besoin.
It’s hard out there for a geek.
Cannot. Wait. For. This. New clip teases more of the villains in Fox’s new Batman prequel, Gotham.
Face it, nice guys are boring.
Also, Ryan Atwood looks good.
As soon as you finish this quiz, you’re going straight to Arkham Asylum.
I am Catwoman, hear me roar!
Jim Gordon won’t be the only iconic DC character featured in Fox’s Gotham! Young Bruce Wayne’s journey to becoming Batman will be a focus of the series.
Say hello to the coolest chicks on TV.
These camp classics are best viewed with the right audience. And a lot of booze.
Thor: The Dark World opened with the best debut weekend for a Marvel Studios movie that doesn’t feature Iron Man — but how does it stack up at the box office to all other cinematic superheroes?
From the original series to the cartoons to the Christopher Nolan reboot, here’s a ranking of all the Catwomans. Er, Catwomen?
Even the Dark Knight needs to unwind. Whether he likes it or not.
Artist Elizabeth Beals nails it. Available as prints.
Designer Matthew Olin put together this project that both comic book and design nerds will love.
Test your, uh, movie knowledge.
1993 was the biggest-ever year for sales in the comics industry. This is what was on the racks. Sorry if this makes you feel like you’re a million years old.
Megan Phelps-Roper announced Wednesday on her blog that she and her sister will be leaving the church.
And President Obama agrees. A BuzzFeed exclusive infographic…
Batman has some stunning (and sometimes unexpected) allies. And boy is he going to need them.
Photographer Nicolas Silberfaden shot a sad hero series called “Impersonators.” Check out depressed Indiana Jones, scared Aquaman, and hopeless Ariel.