With fun, uniquely different takes on some of DC Comics most beloved heroes and villains, it was only a matter of time until we gave the champions of Infinite Crisis the DC Collectibles action figure treatment. First unveiled at Toy Fair in February, this eagerly awaited new line of figures is set to make a splash later this year with an initial wave of figures that include Atomic Green Lantern, Mecha Wonder Woman, Pajama Party Harley Quinn, Atomic Poison Ivy and Renaissance Batman.
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.
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.