Hey, did you know that November is Ridiculously Awesome New Comics Month? Okay, no, not in any official capacity.
New York Comic Con continues as the DC Entertainment – All Access panel has just wrapped up.
Couldn't make the panel? Don't worry! Check out the gallery above to take a look at all of the never-before-seen art that was shown.
You know our characters. You’ve read their comics, watched their movies and TV shows and played their games so often that you practically have them memorized, right? Well, we’re about to put that to the test.
Welcome to “Who Said It?,” a quotable new quiz we’ll be running here on DCComics.com each week. Here’s how it works. We’ll give you a quote and you pick the person who said it by clicking their photo. It’s short, simple and you have a 50/50 chance of getting it right. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. This week’s quiz is below…
Last week, I told you a little bit about Harley Quinn’s Villains Month one-shot. Well, Harley fans, you’re in luck because today, you can kick off your weekend by getting a sneak peek at her upcoming solo ongoing series!
Earlier this morning, COMIC BOOK RESOURCES announced HARLEY QUINN.
Hitting stores this November, HARLEY QUINN will put The Joker's love interest and SUICIDE SQUAD member center stage in her own ongoing solo series from co-writers Amanda Conner (BEFORE WATCHMEN: SILK SPECTRE) and Jimmy Palmiotti (ALL-STAR WESTERN; BATWING).
Sometimes you need to be bad to do good—and when it comes to being bad, the criminal members of the Suicide Squad are about as bad as they come.
As villains forced to take on missions in order to shave time off their incredibly long prison sentences, the Suicide Squad is a volatile group by its nature. Throw in members like the deranged Harley Quinn, the sadistic Unknown Soldier, the insanely deadly King Shark, and more, and you’re looking at a situation more explosive than a Michael Bay film.
We’ve all be there. Discussing our favorite super heroes with our friend (let’s randomly say, oh, Jimmy) and suddenly the conversation turns to who would win a fight. Not between us and Jimmy (obviously, that’d be us—what now, Jimmy?!) but in match-ups between Superman and Batman, Wonder Woman and SHAZAM!, the Flash and Green Lantern. The debate rages, and even though Jimmy is clearly wrong because he’s a big, stupid, jerkface, you never come to an agreement.