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The new Batman is set to face a new villain, Mr. Bloom, in August's "Batman" #43 -- the same month the Gotham City Sirens are set to reunite.
The "Harley Quinn" team of Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner & Chad Hardin discuss that book's success, and Palmiotti & Conner talk "Starfire's" future.
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.
Connor, Palmiotti and Timms' "Harley Quinn Valentine's Day Special" #1 is "a fun, harmless ode to this day of romance."
Moving beyond "the New 52," DC looks towards a "more inclusive and accessible" slate starting in June, with 24 new series joining 25 existing titles.
Celebrate romance with this preview of Harley's latest adventure in love, courtesy of Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner and John Timms.
Diamond has unveiled the Free Comic Book Day 2015 commemorative T-shirt designed by Amanda Conner and colored by Paul Mounts.
DC Comics goes for the hat trick with variant covers for the "Harley Quinn Holiday Special," "Batgirl" #37 and "Justice League United" #7.
Babs Tarr, Amanda Conner, and David Finch discussed their ongoing series while discussing breaking into the industry and their creative processes.
Jimmy Palmiotti was joined by friends to discuss 'rub & smell' "Harley Quinn," his rejected Pirate Jonah Hex pitch, 'those Dothraki people' & more.
"MAD Magazine" has issued a warning about one of the smells contained in Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner's "Harley Quinn Annual" #1.
Opening with the statement "This is our house," the discussion of the Women of DC Entertainment panel was focused solely on the creation of comics.
Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner have revealed the scents contained in DC's "Harley Quinn Annual" #1, one of which may come as a surprise.
The married comics makers sat down for a rollicking panel filled with Harley Quinn teases, Jonah Hex farewells, anecdotes, laughs and digressions.
Amanda Conner, Fiona Staples, Mark Brooks, Jae Lee and Stan Sakai sat down to dissect the science and art of making the first comic book image you see.
"Grayson" writers Tim Seeley and Tom King and "Harley Quinn's" Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner talk about the latest wave of the New 52.
"Life With Archie" dominates this week's cover selections, while "The Shadow" and "Harley Quinn" round out our list.
Jimmy Palmiotti hints at what to expect from Harley Quinn's "Futures End" reunion with the Joker, her expanding supporting cast and more.
DC has released new details for "Harley Quinn Invades Comic-Con International San Diego," which features an appearance from "Arrow" star Stephen Amell.
Harley gets her butt kicked, starts a bar fight and teams up with Poison Ivy in Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti & Chad Hardin's "Harley Quinn" #7.
At C2E2, writer/artist Jimmy Palmiotti hosted a panel with Amanda Conner, Cully Hamner, Nicola Scott and Jill Thompson to chat about -- stuff.
DC Comics has announced a "Harley Quinn Invades San Diego Comic-Con" One-Shot as well as a "Star-Spangled War Stories" ongoing for July.
"Harley Quinn" co-writer Jimmy Palmiotti discusses collaborating with Amanda Conner and Chad Hardin, and the series' impressive early performance.
DC Comics' breakout hit continues, as co-writers Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti are joined by artists Chad Hardin & Stephane Roux for "Harley Quinn" #2!
ROBOT 6’s J. Caleb Mozzocco grapples with the depiction of an ultra-violent Harley Quinn in the debut issue of her new ongoing series.
Following the #0-issue debut, writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti team with artist Chad Hardin for "Harley Quinn" #1, on sale Dec. 18.
Combined comic and graphic novel sales up 9.33% over November 2012! Interviews with Art Spiegelman, Amand Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, and Gail Simone! Plus more!
Batman pulls double duty, the Thunderbolts are hopelessly lost, Parker ends up in a (literal) shooting gallery and "Dead Body Road" looms large.
Jimmy Palmiotti weighs in on "Harley Quinn's" art changes and future, Jonah Hex in the modern DCU and Gothtopia's surprises for Batwing.
Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti, alongside 17 other artists, deliver "Harley Quinn" #0, a one-off story with "drop-dead gorgeous art."
Hot on the heels of the release of her #0 issue, DC debuts a preview of "Harley Quinn" #1 by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Chad Hardin.
Jimmy Palmiotti's "Painkiller Jane" returns this week, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the first Marvel Icon issue, including Dave Johnson's variant cover!
Writer Charles Soule brings his legal expertise - and an Amanda Conner variant - to the Marvel U for a new "She-Hulk" series with artist Javier Pulido.
DC Entertainment took the stage Friday at New York Comic Con to discuss DC Comics, Vertigo and DC Digital, with panelists including Scott Snyder, Lee Bermerjo, Kyle Higgins, Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs.
DC Comics has apologized to anyone offended by the controversial "Harley Quinn" tryout page that asks artists to depict the fan-favorite character naked in a bathtub, seemingly about to commit suicide.
At Baltimore Comic-Con, DC Comics marked the second anniversary of The New 52 launch with a panel featuring Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, David Finch, Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, Robert Venditti and more.
DC Comics has announced Chad Hardin as the artist for Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Connor's highly-anticipated "Harley Quinn" ongoing series, revealing a preview of what to expect from the new artist.
To help carry the load for November's "Harley Quinn" series launch from Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, DC Comics is searching for an unknown to draw one page of the book's #0 issue.
The clown villainess of Gotham City turns to her own monthly series as DC Comics launch "Harley Quinn" from co-writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti who share the details of Joker's lady love exclusively with CBR.
Jimmy Palmiotti's unkillable tough girl returns to comics via Marvel's creator-owned Icon imprint, and the creator exclusively tells CBR why "Painkiller Jane" is more sexual and personal than she's ever been.