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With Harley's popularity at an all-time high, Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti reveal the book's origin and ponder the connection to its gleeful fanbase.
The veteran writer explains why his take on Damian Wayne and the JLI will zero in on character first as worlds collide to apocalyptic effect.
The writer discusses re-crafting Arsenal's "Cry For Justice" failings and explains why Kon El will battle the Kingdom Come Superman.
Though it lags compared to previous installments, the penultimate episode of "Agent Carter" delivers a shocking finale that leaves fans wanting more.
The series attempts to introduce Dick Grayson's parents and a potential Joker in one fell swoop and as a result does neither justice.
IDW and artist Adam Riches team up for a special cover featuring everyone from Cobra Commander to Headman and beyond.
It's Martin Stein versus Ronnie Raymond as the CW drama prepares for its nuclear future in a new scene.
A record-breaking Valentine's weekend for the sex romance couldn't stop Matthew Vaughn's comic movie from exceeding expectations.
Ant-Man, Yellow Jacket and Hank Pym are all making their miniature debut at Toy Fair in LEGO's latest set.
The writer will match donations to an anti-violence charity based on Hawkeye shirt sales for the duration of "Fifty Shades of Grey's" opening weekend.
Wally the caretaker will return in the series set ten years after Steven Spielberg's Philip K. Dick adaptation.
20th Century Fox TV and New Regency are aiming to bring Tim Daniel and Mehdi Cheggour epic to the small screen in a big way.
The latest TV trailers arrive alongside casting news from "Deadpool" and "Suicide Squad" and the latest #SaveConstantine developments.
With All-Star Weekend upon us, we look back at the comics-themed 2008-2009 rivalry between Dwight Howard and Nate Robinson.
Rose McIver shows off her bloody snack in the newest promo for The CW's first Vertigo comics adaptation.
The Mark Millar/Steve McNiven take on an aging Wolverine will join the reality-crossing fray of Marvel's mega event.
As double agents grow more deadly and the S.S.R. zeroes in on one of its own, a fugitive Agent Carter proves why this is the best superhero TV has to offer.
The origin of Batman's spooky foil concludes with a sharp, fearful rundown of what makes each character tick in a rare triumph for the Fox drama.
The first real costumed character in "Gotham" history arrives in a Scott Snyder-esque Red Hood gang.
Ronnie Raymond and Martin Stein collide as the latest DC hero arrives on The CW and the show's executive producer heralds his debut.