Who is Harley Quinn? - DC Secret Files & Origins

A promising psychologist and intern at Arkham Asylum in Gotham City, Harleen Quinzel was given the chance to get up close and personal with the Joker. Harleen became obsessed with her subject, helped him escape the asylum, and adopted a new identity: Harley Quinn, The Clown Princess of Crime. In time, Harley came to realize the Joker was holding her back, and she struck out on her own. Sowing her own brand of chaos across the DC Multiverse, she’s been a member of the Suicide Squad, the Gotham City Sirens, and more.

A Tale of Two Aqualads: The Evolutions of Jackson Hyde and Kaldur'ahm

We’re deep in the heart of Pride Month, an occasion to celebrate diverse sexualities and sexual identities. And for all of us here at DC, there’s plenty to be proud of.

DCTV Pride Profile: White Canary
The Rise and Fall of Comic Book Queer Coding

Happy Pride! These days, we’re all trying to improve and educate ourselves on how we can be better to each other. With that in mind, I wanted to explore a topic particular to my own background as a queer creator/consumer: queer coding.

DCTV Pride Profile: Negative Man
In honor of Pride Month, we're shining a spotlight on some of the many LGBTQIA+ superheroes of the small screen. Change and acceptance can take time, as demonstrated by Doom Patrol's Negative Man, who's been scarred by life both literally and figuratively.
Jackson Hyde Faces Some Rough Waters in Aquaman: The Becoming

It should be a good time to be Jackson Hyde.

Losing the Mask: Five Comic Book Coming Out Stories

Pride month is in full swing here at DCComics.com and across the country. In our current climate, it’s never been more important to embrace your identity and celebrate the parts of you that form the person you are.

DCTV Pride Profile: Thunder
In honor of Pride Month, we're shining a spotlight on some of the many LGBTQIA+ superheroes of the small screen. The daughter of Black Lightning, Anissa Pierce is as powerful and unyielding in her activism as she is taking down super-villains as Thunder.
DCTV Pride Profile: John Constantine
In honor of Pride Month, we're shining a spotlight on some of the many LGBTQIA+ superheroes of the small screen. Cynical, brash and haunted, Matt Ryan's Constantine is a master of the dark arts who always comes through in a pinch. Well...mostly.
DCTV Pride Profile: Batwoman
In honor of Pride Month, we're shining a spotlight on some of the many LGBTQIA+ superheroes of the small screen. Determined to expose and rid Gotham of injustice, Javicia's Leslie's Batwoman radiates with fierce intensity.

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