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With Batgirl (and the Joker) on the minds of many readers this week, look back at Barbara Gordon's transition from Batgirl to Oracle.
The highly criticized Joker-themed variant cover for "Batgirl" #41 will not be published, at the request of the image's artist, Rafael Albuquerque.
Joseph Illidge weighs in on the criticism of DC Comics' variant cover for "Batgirl" 41 by looking at the character's past.
Cameron Monaghan discusses specific comic influences on his turn as the possible Joker, and hints at the possibility of Jerome's return in season 2 or 3.
CSBG has a list of some of the coolest comics of all-time, including Batman's first battle against the Clown Prince of Crime, The Joker!
The Clown Prince of Crime takes center stage in DC Comics' latest variant cover theme month, in covers by David Finch, Rafael Albuquerque and more.
Augie compares Valiant's movie deal to Marvel and CrossGen's, finds a "Lone Wolf and Cub" magic trick video, and goes deep into the Joker issue of "All Star Batman."
Cryptic messages from David Ayer and Jared Leto stir speculation that a first look at The Joker from the Warner Bros. film is on the horizon.
The Oscar winner reveals he's gaining weight to play what he describes as a "beautiful disaster of a character."
Join CBR as we celebrate some of the finest and most outlandish moments in the madcap career of Harley Quinn.
While not exactly the card or flowers you may have been expecting, The Joker gets in the spirit of the holiday as only he can in this short film.
CBR traces the breakout DC character's origin from animation to comics to live-action and simplifies her crazy history with Batman and the Joker.
In a discussion about the big events in "Batman"#38, Scott Snyder confirms that "Endgame" is definitely the last time he'll ever write The Joker.
Creators often drop stories from previous writers, like when Catwoman went from being Batman's love interest in the '80s to becoming a bad guy again.
It looks like one of the longest rivalries in comics has ended in the latest ad from McDonald's that shows the Joker making a balloon animal for Batman.
The classic lyrics "Jingle Bells, Batman Smells" get visualized in a Christmas display, complete with Robin laying an egg and Joker getting away.
Scott Snyder discusses Bruce Wayne's psyche in "Endgame" as he counter-attacks a fearless maniac, and tells CBR about the final pages of "Batman" #37.
Our artists tackle your suggestions for super-villains teaming with each other! From Thanos & Darkseid to Darth Vader & Terminator, let's bring on the bad guys!
Calling "Endgame" 'the last time I intend to write Joker,' Scott Snyder has a spoiler-filled talk with us about the latest chapter's twist, turns and shocking revelations.
Oscar-winner Jared Leto may play Batman's perennial archenemy the Joker in 2016's "Suicide Squad" film, according to a new report.
Gotham City's most notorious villains finally tie the knot in a fan wedding where the bride and groom take on the roles of Harley Quinn & Joker.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo tell CBR TV about being "Batman's" Dynamic Duo, the evolution of their collaboration and the Clown Prince of Crime's return.
Scott Snyder tells CBR about the big return in "Batman #35" -- the first chapter of "Endgame" -- and how it'll shape the arc going forward.
Six Flags has announced a 2015 slate of new attractions at its 18 theme parks that includes Justice League, Joker and Harley Quinn-themed rides.
CSBG spotlights on one of the strangest comics of all-time, the time the Joker began committing "boner" crimes and tried to force Batman to pull a "boner" as well.
CSBG collects the debuts of pieces of comic book history, like the first time Joker killed someone with an electric joy buzzer or an acid-shooting flower or a bang flag gun.
Things get a little unhinged in this preview for Marguerite Bennett and Meghan Hetrick's "Batman: Joker's Daughter" one-shot.
With change rolling through DC Comics' New 52 in April, CBR looks at what titles and characters deserve time in the spotlight in the DCU.
Prince Armory has created an elaborate and stunning outfit of Joker-themed armor, complete with his signature, unnerving smile.
A pair of "urban explorers" in Ronse, Belgium stumbled across a treasure trove of incredible Batman graffiti in numerous styles, all by artist Pete One.
A mysterious figure known as the Joker is using spray paint to leave behind the trademark smile and a simple signature on Tehran street art.
The Clown Prince of Crime has hit rock bottom - The Joker was booked for drunk driving after losing control of his car and driving off the road in Maine.
Another hodge podge week means everything from "Thor: The Dark World" and the Undertaker to "Parks & Recreation's" Ron Swanson and "Back to the Future" get the collectible spotlight.
Veteran comic book creator Ann Nocenti, currently writing the monthly adventures of "Catwoman" and "Katana," discusses her DC Comics' Villains Month one-shots featuring the Joker's Daughter and The Creeper.
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.
Andy Kubert discusses his "Damian: Son of Batman" miniseries with CBR, its place in or out of continuity and how he initially disliked the character while touching on his Villains Month one-shot starring the Joker.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman: The Joker" #23.1 by Andy Kubert & Andy Clarke. The Joker's path to villainy in the New 52 is revealed September 4.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the publisher's Villains Month plans for "Batman," including solicitations and images from Andy Kubert's Joker issue, Scott Snyder's Riddler tale and more.
This week, learn of the unpublished Spider-Man graphic novel from the 1980s that would have seen Spidey get involved with a married mob wife! Plus, check out a racy Joker joke in a Batman comic by Brian K. Vaughan!
A Nebraska public library has rejected a request to either remove Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s "Batman: The Killing Joke" from shelves or move the 1988 DC Comics one-shot out of the young-adult area.