Harley Quinn is Back to Save Gotham...Whether Gotham Likes It or Not!

Harley Quinn and Gotham City have a…complicated relationship, to put it mildly.

Let’s See That Smile: James Tynion Makes The Joker a Star

The Joker is one of the most famous characters in comic book history—okay, in pop culture history—but despite the Clown Prince of Crime’s higher-than-ever profile, this week marks the start of only his second solo ongoing series, an

Batman Returns, as Tynion and Jiménez Plot a Scary Future for Gotham
Inside Infinite Frontier #0: The Next Era of the DC Universe Begins!

With Future State currently offering a thrilling glimpse of the near and far futures of DC's heroes and villains, fans can't help but wonder what's next, and the status of th

Tom King and Clay Mann Keep Love Alive in Batman/Catwoman

During his four-plus years as the writer of Batman, Tom King brought new emotion and depth to the decades-old “will they or won’t they?” romance between Batman and Catwoman.

John Ridley Reveals The Other History of the DC Universe

Black Lightning, Thunder, Mal and Karen Duncan, Renee Montoya and Katana aren’t the biggest names on the DC roster…which is exactly what makes them ideal leads for

Rorschach Resurrected: King and Fornés Revive the Watchmen Vigilante
Kami Garcia and Gabriel Picolo Get Wild with Teen Titans: Beast Boy

In Teen Titans: Raven, writer Kami Garcia and artist Gabriel Picolo took a classic DC character and presented her in an undeniably contemporary context—while st

Geoff Johns Triples the Threat in Batman: Three Jokers

In 2015, writer Geoff Johns and artist Jason Fabok teamed for the epic Justice League story “The Dark

Kelley Jones Finds Comfort in the Shadows of Daphne Byrne

Kelley Jones has had a storied career in comics, known for his immediately recognizable take on Batman—those long ears!—and for his penchant for horror.

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