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A decade after "Justice League Unlimited" came to an end, we reflect on the greatness of the DC Animated Universe.
CSBG revisits the surprising soap opera inspiration for Harley Quinn, the breakout star of this weekend's "Suicide Squad" movie.
After creating her with Bruce Timm for "Batman: The Animated Series," Dini finally had a chance to meet Harley in the flesh - so to speak.
Harley crashes onto the big screen this week, but before she was a member of Task Force X, Harleen Quinzel took "Batman: The Animated Series" by storm.
Now that we've seen all the trailers, here are 11 things we hope to see in David Ayer's DC Comics adaptation starring the "worst heroes ever."
Before she makes her live-action debut in "Suicide Squad," revisit Harley's undying love for the Joker and some of her greatest capers.
The acclaimed animator discussed his very personal and painful tale, recently shared with the world through his and Eduardo Risso's graphic novel.
Comics & animation writer Paul Dini discusses the violent origins of his Batman OGN with Eduardo Risso, Harley Quinn's road to stardom and more.
To be published next year by Vertigo, the graphic novel is inspired by Paul Dini's violent mugging in 1993.
Axel Alonso, Paul Dini, Ashley Eckstein and Kyle Newman discuss the impact that comic movies have had on fandom, film and publishing.
Ever wonder what it would look like if Bruce Timm and Paul Dini collaborated on an animated "Batman v Superman?"
Kevin Conroy (Batman) & Troy Baker (Joker) discuss the new animated feature, the Dark Knight's animated legacy and Conroy's 9/11 relief work.
"Wednesday Comics" artist Joe Quinones talks to CBR about his first full-length graphic novel, DC's "Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell" with Paul Dini.
Veteran writer Paul Dini shares insight into his and artist Joe Quinones' long-awaited original graphic novel, "Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell."
First announced in 2006, the "Black Canary and Zatanna" OGN from Paul Dini and Joe Quinones has an official release date of May 21, 2014.
Geoff Johns, Paul DIni, Guillermo del Toro and more explain what makes a great bad guy in a clip from "Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics."
The cast and crew of "Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H." discussed the Marvel Animated series, how it differs from past interpretations of the Jade Giant, the evolution of the team and more.
At Comic-Con International the four main creative minds behind "Batman: the Animated Series," Paul Dini, Eric Radomski, Alan Burnett and Bruce Timm, gathered to reflect on their experience with the fan-favorite show.
Legendary animation writer Paul Dini discusses developing "Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H." for Disney XD, his reaction to the lasting appeal of Harley Quinn, her current incarnation and more.
In the first installment of CBR's new "Ultimate Spider-Man" recap interview series, Supervising Producer Cort Lane discusses the show's origins, its new take on Scorpion, Mini-Spider-Man, Clark Gregg's Agent Coulson and more.
Paul Dini, the fan-favorite comic writer behind "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and "Batman: Arkham City," confirms he will not return for a third installment, explaining why he chose to pursue other projects.
Paul Dini announced today that he and DC Comics are in the final stages of negotiations for the acclaimed writer to return to Gotham City once more for a Batman tale he describes as "very personal."
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Rocketeer Adventures" #2, in stores April 18 with stories by Paul Dini, Walt Simonson and more!
In advance of Saturday's premiere of Marvel Studios latest animation project, Man of Action members Joe Casey and Duncan Roleau go inside "Ultimate Spider-Man" revealing the unique humor and big stories behind the series.
With "Ultimate Spider-Man" debuting this weekend on Disney XD, Marvel has released a new, extended sizzle reel featuring new scenes from the series along with interviews with the cast and crew.
The NYCC panel told fans to expect in the highly anticipated sequel from the developers, how Frank Miller made Claudio Sanchez burst in to tears and what Kevin Conroy really thinks about Christian Bale.
According to an early "Batman: Arkham City" walkthrough guide listing, Rocksteady Games' anticipated sequel may feature downloadable Catwoman content.
Writer Paul Dini and the voice of Batman, Kevin Conroy, stepped aboard the CBR yacht at Comic-Con International to speak with CBR TV about their work on the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City."
Jim Lee & Paul Dini were joined by voice actors Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill & Stana Katic to discuss WB Games' upcoming "Batman: Arkham City."
In "Batman: Arkham City," the Dark Knight returns in his boldest, most intricate video game adventure yet, one that pits him against a variety of classic Gotham villains. CBR has a hands-on preview of the October-launching game.
Jeph Loeb teases future projects with Frank Cho and Ed McGuinness, his approach to working on "Ultimate X" with Arthur Adams, building the creative team for the animated "Ultimate Spider-Man" and much more.
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Warner Bros and DC Entertainment have released a trailer featuring the first look at gameplay footage from "Batman: Arkham City." The Rocksteady Studios game is slated for release on October 18, 2011.
DC Comics has announced a six-issue tie-in to the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City" video game. Scripted by game writer Paul Dini and illustrated by concept artist Carlos D'anda, the series launches in May.
CBR spoke with Top Cow managing editor Phil Smith about the "Top Cow Holiday Special" he wrote alongside illustrator Alina Urusov, while keeping an eye towards the publisher's plans for the upcoming year.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawiaza gave Paul DIni and Cliff Chiang's "Zatanna" #8 a 5 star review saying that as much as he's been a big fan and supporter of the series thus far, "with this issue, the bar has been raised."
Fan favorite comic and TV writer Paul Dini welcomes the writing staff of his Cartoon Network series "Tower Prep" to CBR to discuss the teen drama where "X-Files" style creepiness meets mystery mythology.