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Writers of 'Batman and Robin Eternal' share how this new weekly series will shine a Bat-light on how the different Boy Wonders bring their own strengths to the role.

A new character-driven publicity campaign offers a few reveals about the villian we may see in next year's 'Batman v. Superman.'

A new season is here: As The Flash wrestles with baddies, he also seeks relief from his grief. Can any Reverse psychology assuage his guilt?



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