Big-name creators celebrate Harley Quinn’s 25th Anniversary in this DC exclusive

In the 25 years since her debut on Batman: The Animated Series, Harley Quinn has become one of the most popular superheroes in the world. Originally conceived as the Joker’s girl Friday, she’s grown into her own captivating character, and her plucky, IDGAF attitude has made her an idol for readers who want to see more…

Harley’s Little Black Book honors Muhammad Ali in this exclusive preview

2016 is the year that keeps on taking, and as we lose more cultural icons, it’s important to remember the legacy of these hugely influential figures. Harley Quinn probably isn’t the first person readers would expect to pay tribute to boxer Muhammad Ali, who passed away in June, but that’s exactly what’s going down in…

Harley Quinn #25 features a breakthrough for DC’s hit character

Harley Quinn is a sales juggernaut at DC Comics. Her main ongoing title is regularly one of the publisher’s top sellers, and her spin-off series, Harley’s Black Book, debuted as the eighth-best-selling book of December. Comparisons have been made between Harley and Marvel’s hit character Deadpool, as their irreverent…

Exclusive DC preview: Harley Quinn & Power Girl face off against a “Bighead Space-God”

A flashback miniseries that takes place between the gutter of two panels in a Harley Quinn issue released a year ago, Harley Quinn & Power Girl has thus far proven to be a very silly adventure for the titular pair, mining comedy from their buddy dynamic as Harley finds herself in a cosmic superhero situation that is…

Weird Love celebrates the worst of the romantic comic genre—plus bear hijinks

DC You is the biggest shake up in the DC universe since the New 52, and just a few weeks in the landscape looks remarkably different. John Constantine is openly flirting with men, Section 8 is back in business, and Koriand’r has gone off on her own, leaving Jason and Roy to carry on without her. Starfire #1 (DC) has a…