Batman: The Killing Joke Gets an Animated Adaptation

At SDCC's premiere of Justice League: Gods and Monsters, Warner Bros. revealed the three DC Universe Original Movies that will be released in 2016, including an adaptation of the classic Joker story, Batman: The Killing Joke.

DC All Access - #DCTV - Teen Titans Go! Easter Eggs

The producers of Teen Titans Go! pack plenty of laughs into each new episode. But that's not all you're likely to find. No, if you watch closely you just might catch some equally clever Easter Eggs. In this exclusive new #DCTV clip, Teen Titans Go!'s Dan Hipp lists off five of his favorites. So how can we get our yearbook signed by Dr. Manhattan?

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H.I.V.E.

In the DC Universe, organizations come together for many reasons—to protect the planet from super-villain threats, to monitor the super-powered individuals of the world, and to keep humanity’s darker nature in check. In the case of the Hierarchy of International Vengeance and Extermination, or H.I.V.E., as it’s more commonly known, the goal is simple: to bring together scientists and trained forces for the sole purpose of eliminating every super hero from the face of the planet.

Although there have been several incarnations of H.I.V.E. throughout the years, each founded by various members of the super-villain community—including Damien Darhk, Queen Bee and Adeline Kane—its main mission statement has remained the same. Sometimes the organization pushes its own agenda; other times, it offers its services to anyone willing to pay the right price.

H.I.V.E. consists of many skilled members, from scientists to trained assassins. Although willing to go after any super heroes, H.I.V.E. often finds itself at odds with the Teen Titans, and as such, has regularly worked alongside the team's greatest adversary, Slade Wilson, aka Deathstroke.

Damien Darhk

Elusive, enigmatic, and extremely well-connected and established in the criminal underworld, Damien Darhk's exact origins and abilities remain a mystery. However, the threat he poses to the world does not.

Primarily an enemy of the Teen Titans, the criminal mastermind Darhk served as a founding member of H.I.V.E., a massive evil scientific and mercenary organization seeking to eliminate from the world all super heroes. With a genius-level intellect, Darhk instinctively and intuitively knows and understands the latest forms of mass communication and has access to unique high-tech equipment and weaponry unknown to any other organization.

Regardless of his activities, Darhk has remained untouchable by the CIA, FBI and NSA. Even more baffling, despite his vast network and apparent decades of connections, Darhk physically looks much younger than someone of his power should appear. But don’t let his youthfully innocent face fool you—Darhk’s as dark as they come.

DC Sneak Peeks: Batman Beyond, Grayson, Martian Manhunter, Gotham Academy and More!

Can't wait for our new June comics? We don't blame you, which is why we're giving you a sneak peek of each and every one of them in all of this month's Convergence comics and right here on DCComics.com! Below, you can read original, eight-page standalone stories from ten of our eagerly awaited upcoming comics. These aren't excerpts from the June issues—these are original short stories that set up what awaits you next month. Enjoy!

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Teen Titans Go! - "Yearbook Madness" (clip)

"Yearbook Madness" - Beast Boy and Cyborg decide to make a yearbook for the Titans.

Watch new episodes of Teen Titans Go! on Cartoon Network Thursday nights at 6 p.m. (5 p.m. CST).

Teen Titans Go! - "Head Fruit" (clip)

"Head Fruit" - When Beast Boy's head starts to rattle, Robin suggests that he should find a hobby so that his brain will stop shrinking. Beast Boy and his brain agree to take up gardening.

Watch new episodes of Teen Titans Go! on Cartoon Network Thursday nights at 6 p.m. (5 p.m. CST).

Teen Titans Go! - "Kicking a Ball and Pretending to be Hurt" (clip)

"Kicking a Ball and Pretending to be Hurt" - Robin teaches the Titans how to play soccer. They quickly become obsessed, and accidentally uncover the secret reason why the sport is so popular.

Watch new episodes of Teen Titans Go! on Cartoon Network Thursday nights at 6 p.m. (5 p.m. CST).

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