Meet Punchline: The Joker's New Partner and the "Anti-Harley Quinn"
Batman famously has the greatest rogues gallery in pop culture, so when there’s a high-profile new addition, it’s a big deal. And fans were suitably excited to get their first glimpse of Punchline—the Joker’s new partner in chaos—in February’s Batman #89, which has already gone back for a third printing.
Get Ready for Batman: Curse of the White Knight's Brawl to End it All

Batman: Curse of the White Knight wraps later this month with issue #8 of the DC Black Label series featuring the brutal final

Home is Where the Horror is in The Dollhouse Family

The Dollhouse Family starts simply, with main character Alice receiving an antique dollhouse for her sixth birthday.

Strange Adventures Separates Truth from Science Fiction

After leading his adopted home of Rann to victory in interplanetary conflict, Adam Strange returns to Earth to share his story…which leads to his past coming back to haunt him in deadly ways. Is Adam Strange a war hero or a war criminal?

Amy Reeder Takes Us Back to Gemworld with Amethyst's Latest Adventure

The first year of Wonder Comics’ Young Justice reintroduced Gemworld and its most famous resident, Amethyst, propelling the character to a new 12-iss

Heroes Fall, Villains Rise in DCeased: Unkillables

DCeased showed what happens when an outbreak turns the DC Universe’s greatest heroes into bloodthirsty agents of death…and became one of the 2019’s most popu

Conner and Palmiotti Return with Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey

Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s time co-writing Harley Quinn together from 2013 to 2018 helped launch the beloved antihero to new levels of popularity and entrenched her as one of DC’s most iconic characters.

Shadow of the Batgirl Transforms a Teenage Assassin into a Superhero

A teenage assassin isn’t typical superhero material, but that’s Cassandra Cain’s journey in Shadow of the Batgirl, a new DC graphic novel fo

Comics' Greatest Talent Celebrates Diana in Wonder Woman #750

Wonder Woman #750 celebrates the pop culture icon with 96 pages of all-new stories from both classic creators returning to the

Diana: Princess of the Amazons Show that Even Heroes Need Friends

In Diana: Princess of the Amazons, writers Shannon Hale and Dean Hale and artist Victoria Ying tell the story of an 11-year-old Dian

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