Harley Quinn vs. Harley Quinn The Multiverse

After months of whispers and speculation, the trailer for MultiVersus has officially dropped and the DC presence is strong. Alongside Warner Bros’ most storied characters, Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman have all come to play in a contest to determine the greatest fighters in the Multiverse. But let’s be real, the champion of this particular … Read more

How Cassandra Cain Defies a Stereotype

You’re going to see a disclaimer at the bottom of this article that the opinions stated here are not my own, and do not necessarily represent those of Warner Bros. and its subsidiaries, but believe me anyway when I say this: Cassandra Cain is the greatest hero in the history of DC Comics. The definition … Read more

Buckle up for the Legion of Zoom!

Gina Rodriguez, Xolo Maridueña and Tom Kenny Lead Batman’s Iconic Rogues Gallery in ‘Batwheels’ DC’s First Preschool Animated Series Produced by Warner Bros. Animation Premieres This Fall on Cartoonito on HBO Max and Cartoon Network Holy Hubcaps! Cartoonito is revving up for Batwheels, announcing today the DC Super-Villain voice cast lineup. Gina Rodriguez (Jane the … Read more

The DC Universe Guide to Dinosaur Spotting

In Jurassic League, a book that’s so out-there brilliant in its concept, it’s surprising it’s taken this long to get it, we’re presented with a vision of the world’s greatest heroes and villains reinterpreted as dinosaurs, living and fighting together in larger-than-life scenarios. You’re going to want to read Jurassic League. Seriously, if you haven’t … Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Fables

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there was a community of fairy tale creatures. At least that’s how it started, but Fables is no ordinary bedtime story. The award-winning Vertigo comic book series putting a daring new twist on dozens of familiar storybook characters, taking readers on a fantastical journey that … Read more

Connor Hawke and the Green Arrow Legacy

Green Arrow has always been a hero inspired by the ideals of Robin Hood. The elements of bowmanship and swashbuckling adventure have been inherent to Green Arrow’s character since the 1940s, but it was Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams who brought Robin Hood’s social awareness to Oliver Queen in the 1970s. In Green Lantern/Green Arrow, … Read more

Let’s Face The Comics and Dance The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Comic strips CSotD: Let’s Face The Comics and Dance I’m sure Tony Carrillo drew today’s F-Minus (AMS) some time ago, but it sure couldn’t have dropped at a better time. For my part, three days of analyzing Alito leaves me eager to be uninformed for at least a little while, and, BTW, … Read more

Get Ready for Young Justice: Phantoms’ Most Spectacular Storyline Yet

With the shocking end of today’s all-new episode of Young Justice: Phantoms, the boundary-pushing animated series has entered its final arc of the season. We’re big fans of the show as well, so we understand the wait between episodes can be intense. Luckily, we have just the thing to make the time go faster. Once … Read more