DC All Access is back with another all-new episode. This week we’re hitting the mean streets of Starling City for an on-set interview with David Ramsey and other members of the cast.
When Forever Evil #6 finally revealed the identity of the hooded prisoner first seen and teased at during the finale of "Trinity War," we felt vindicated—but also completely and utterly shocked and surprised. In the back of our head, we sort of figured it might just be the Alexander Luthor of Earth 3 under that hood. Evidence certainly pointed in that direction as the character has long stood as the biggest threat to Earth 3's Crime Syndicate.
Since launching the DC Collectibles Facebook page, we've been slowly collecting Facebook likes. Last week, we officially crossed the 50,000 mark, so to say thank you, we're going to help one lucky fan land a pretty cool collection of his or her own...
In honor of Batman: An Animated Celebration, our week-long tribute to Batman: The Animated Series, TIffany Smith writes about her childhood spent watching the show after school, and the impact it had on her. Particularly her love for a certain lovestruck former psychiatrist.
You might not be able to fly, know how to solve life-or-death mysteries or possess the keys to a batplane or invisible jet, but this Valentine’s Day, there’s one thing you can do every bit as well as a super hero.
You can kiss.
Some people look for love in all the wrong places. Other people look for love in an insane Asylum and actually find it. It's a crazy little thing, that thing called love—and when it comes to the insanely popular (and clinically insane) DC Comics character Harley Quinn, well, you'd be crazy not to love her.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read HARLEY QUINN #1 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
Last month, we gave you a first Look at some of Chad Hardin’s interior art for HARLEY QUINN #1, which showed Harley en route to her new home (left to her by a mysterious and anonymous donor!) in Brooklyn’s Coney Island.
It’s Tuesday, and as every good first grader knows, that starts with a T. And you know what else starts with a T, don’t you?
T-E-E-N T-I-T-A-N-S! Teen Titans, LET’S GO!!!
Yes, that’s right. The hit animated series from Cartoon Network is exploding onto the comic book page this week. And judging by the cover of the premiere issue, we mean that rather literally…