After breaking up with The Joker, Harley Quinn gets help from her BFF Poison Ivy to gather a crew of misfits and make a name for herself in the DC villain underworld in the upcoming DC Universe animated series.
DC Universe gets its first original animated series this fall with Harley Quinn, where everyone’s favorite lunatic former psychiatrist breaks up with The Joker and sets out on her own to try and get into the Legion of Doom.
The iconic Jeph Loeb written, Jim Lee drawn Batman story Hush is the next entry in the DC Animated universe as Batman must track down a deadly new villain who has recruited Batman’s entire rogue’s gallery to take him out and seemingly knows all of Batman’s moves and secrets.
Coming in 2019, the first look at Harley Quinn’s animated series on the DC Universe streaming service is here from NYCC as Harley goes meta with jabs at Deadpool and DC movies while describing the show.
In an adventure seemingly ripped from the 90’s and Batman: The Animated Series, Batman and Nightwing have to reluctantly team up with Harley Quinn to get her to help them track down Poison Ivy in the upcoming DC animated movie, Batman and Harley Quinn.
Batman takes a much overdue vacation while the other Justice League members watch over Gotham but things quickly get out of hand when The Joker and the rest of Batman’s rogues escape from Arkham Asylum in the next Lego Justice League movie, Gotham City Breakout.
The early years of Jim Gordon, Bruce Wayne and the various rogues are revealed in this fall’s Gotham.
A massive week for comics as DC kicks off their Villain Month event with some of Batman’s greatest foes being featured in their own issues while Dark Horse comics explores bizarre world of The Star Wars, based on George Lucas’ original rough draft of the Star Wars script.