Doctor Harleen Quinzel is probably most famous for her “mad love” romance with the Joker that prompted her creation in the first place.
Aliens. Super-villains. Costly mistakes. This December, the threats faced by the Justice League are more dangerous than ever. But never fear, the League is in good hands—Christopher Priest and Pete Woods'.
The past year of Rebirth has represented a lot of dramatic change for just about every character in the DC Universe, but maybe none more so than Superman. This, of course, pretty much goes to follow.
Hi, my name is Meg and I’m a Batman fan.
Now, okay. You probably had one of two reactions reading that. You either thought “great, me too!” or “ugh, him?”
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Batman’s rogues gallery is full of villains who exemplify the “opposite” of Bruce Wayne—it’s kind of a running theme in Gotham, if we’re being completely honest.
In a world where heroes and villains with extraordinary abilities from magical locations or alien planets exist, how do you draw a line of belief?
Danger looms large in this week’s issue of Justice League of America.