Convergence Week One: Stephanie Brown, Wally West and Oracle Return to Comics!

Last week we announced CONVERGENCE, the massively Multiversal crossover event that kicks off in April. Well, bit by bit we’re learning more about it. Today, CBR and io9 announced the first week of miniseries, complete with creative teams and very intriguing imagery. Set in the pre-Flashpoint DC Universe, these miniseries offer us glimpses of heroes from not too long ago including Stephanie Brown’s Batgirl, Wally West’s Flash, Renee Montoya’s Question, Barbara Gordon’s Oracle and a classic-suited Harley Quinn.

Collectible Close-Up: Roller Derby Harley Quinn Gets an Action Figure

Harley Quinn may have just been featured in an already infamous “rub-and-smell” annual, but the only thing we can smell here at DC Collectibles is excitement! And, strangely, kung pao chicken. Someone here is eating kung pao chicken. Would’ve been nice if they’d asked if we wanted any…  But we digress!

The Roundup: A Wonder-ful Run

Writing thirty-five issues of a series is a considerable undertaking for anyone, but when they’re thirty-five of the most critically acclaimed, character-defining issues in modern super hero comics, that’s something worthy of celebration and maybe a little awe. So it is with Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang’s  Wonder Woman, which wraps up this week after over three years of phenomenal, intelligent storytelling with WONDER WOMAN #35.

Five Lessons We Can Learn from Batman: Assault on Arkham

Summer’s over, and for thousands of children nationwide, school is once again in session. Buses are gassing up, times tables are being memorized and mountains of homework is being assigned (well, it sure feels like mountains!).  We realize that education is extremely important, but whether you’re currently facing a new semester or retirement, we think everyone can agree that going back to school in the fall has never been much fun.

Batman: Assault on Arkham - "So Much For Low Profile"

Task Force X (otherwise known as the Suicide Squad) demonstrates their way of getting things done in this new Batman: Assault on Arkham clip.

Batman: Assault on Arkham, the latest entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Original Animated Movies, is now available on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD.

Batman: Assault on Arkham: Meet Task Force X

Yes, we know it’s technically a Batman movie, but considering the prominent role they play in the story, Batman: Assault on Arkham could just as easily be called a Suicide Squad film. Set within the Batman: Arkham Asylum universe, in continuity with the bestselling game series, Batman: Assault on Arkham focuses on a mission gone bad, as the Squad is sent on a mission to Arkham only to see it take a turn for the insane after Harley Quinn frees the Joker.

DC All Access - Ep 221 - Best DC Cosplay Comic-Con San Diego 2014

Check out the best DC cosplayer costumes from San Diego Comic-Con 2014.

 
Featuring:
YaYa Han as Zatanna - @YaYaHan
Kimi as Big Barda - @GoldenLassoGirl 
Chrissy Lynn as Zatanna - @MissChrissyLyn
Vegas PG as Batgirl - @VegasPG
&
Mac Beauvais as Poison Ivy - @strangelikethat 
Christina Garlisch as Batwoman - @christinaeats
Michelle D'Antonio as The Flash - @Missyeru 
Dina Kampmeyer as Lois Lane - @ladysteam13 
Joanna Metz as Wonder Woman - @gaiadove
Ashley Hay as Mera - @HeyKannaya 
Wendy Sonali as Arisia @Miss_Wendybird
Krystal Flores as Catwoman - @donnatroy 
Kit Quinn as Harley Quinn - @MissKitQuinn
Christina Tellifson as Black Canary - @BoobaFett83
Daisy Viktoria as Joker's Daughter - @daisyviktoria 
Samantha Terry as Batgirl - @Ones_and_Zeros 
Melinda as Hawkgirl - @watchttower
Elisa Teague as Stargirl- @GeekyPinup

DC All Access - Bonus Clip - What is Harley Quinn's Secret Origin?

We all have our secrets, even our favorite super heroes and villains. In this exclusive DC All Access bonus clip, Tiffany talks with DC Comics Editorial Director Bobbie Chase about Secret Origins, our new monthly comic that delves into the past origins of some of The New 52's most popular characters.

Visit DCComics.com or subscribe to DC Comics on Youtube to catch new full episodes of "DC All Access" every Tuesday. If you haven't yet seen this week's episode, you can check it out here: http://www.dccomics.com/videos/dc-all-access-ep-220-new-green-arrow-short-exclusive-batman-beyond

DC All Access - Bonus Clip - Mondo Batman: TAS Vinyl Album REVEAL

Riddle me this, Bat-fans... When does music look as good as it sounds? When it comes packaged up in a limited edition Batman sleeve by Mondo! In this exclusive DC All Access bonus clip, Tiffany talks to Mondo CEO Justin Ishmael who gives us our first look at the five brand new Batman: The Animated Series sleeves they've produced in honor of Batman's 75th Anniversary.

For more information: http://www.mondotees.com

Mondo Tees
Booth #835
twitter: @Mondonews
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Available for sale on Preview Night / "Batman Day" 7/23

Harley Quinn
Artwork by Matt Taylor

Mr. Freeze
Artwork by Alan Hynes

Clayface
Artwork by Gary Pullin

Man-Bat
Artwork by Tom Whalen

The Joker
Artwork by Mike Mitchell

Visit DCComics.com or subscribe to DC Comics on Youtube to catch new full episodes of "DC All Access" every Tuesday. If you haven't yet seen this week's episode, you can check it out here: http://www.dccomics.com/videos/dc-all-access-ep-220-new-green-arrow-short-exclusive-batman-beyond

The Roundup: These Kids are All Right

Why should the adults have all the fun? While here at DCComics.com, we tend to think of characters like Kal-El, Bruce Wayne, Diana of Themyscira and Hal Jordan as ageless, they’re clearly well over the legal drinking age. And that’s fine. It allows us to believably present Bruce Wayne as a brilliant entrepreneur and philanthropist overseeing a multi-billion dollar company when he’s not fighting crime, or Hal Jordan as a former test pilot who would be a logical candidate for a Green Lantern ring. There’s a level of drama that’s only possible when our characters are adults.

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