By Cassandra Calin.
Deadshot being upstaged by Harley Quinn? That’s something you only see in movies. Or comics. Or incredibly brief cameos on Arrow. Poor Deadshot.
With the release of Suicide Squad, chapter three of the DC Extended Universe is now in the books. We now have another piece to the puzzle that started with Man of Steel, continued in Batman v Superman, and will go on next year in Wonder Woman and Justice League. Here are the biggest changes that Suicide Squad has made…
There’s nothing worse than running into an old ex. Especially when that ex is Batman’s homicidal archenemy.
The other day, comic-book fans got an amazing piece of news: the beloved Y the Last Man is not going to be shoehorned into movie form, but will get to live and breathe as a TV show. Even though comics rule movies these days, some of them are just too big for a two-hour package.
Harley Quinn’s one of the most popular new Batman characters to appear in the last few years. She’s finally playable in Arkham Knight, starring in what serves as a prequel to the story in the main game. But, despite being a free add-on, the story pack starring the Joker’s sometime girlfriend isn’t worth the time it…
You know the character most famous for being the Joker’s girlfriend? DC Comics just confirmed that she’s been in a relationship with a woman, too. Yep, Harley/Ivy is canon.
There's certainly no shortage of tragic characters roaming the streets of Gotham — from the orphaned, crime-fighting socialite with a penchant for spelunking to the once-promising DA with a now visible dark side. But does Batman's grimmest story actually belong to Gotham's (other) psychotic clown?
When Marvel announced that its next round of movies would include a Captain Marvel movie, we were thrilled. Yes, a major Marvel movie featuring a popular and wonderful female superhero. But amidst that celebration, let's not forget there are still tons of worthy female superheroes who would make excellent movie…
Wait, I'm sorry, they're calling it 'Rub and Smell' for legal reasons - but either way, Harley Quinn Annual #1's late October launch will feature a weirdly smelly romp for the demented Harlequin, including a smell that even had to be changed for international issues.
Who would win in a fight, Wolverine-clone Lobo, or the Joker's unhinged girl Friday? The answer might be a lot more clear if this showdown weren't happening in the Injustice universe.
I mean, she should be right? The Dark Knight's always beating up on her puddin' and spoiling all her psychotic, malicious fun. But, darn if she doesn't look downright flirty here, in a new statue coming from DC Collectibles. The piece—sculpted by Jack Matthews—stands about 9.25 inches tall and sports the character…
The trailer for the next Arkham City DLC harley Quinn's Revenge starts out about how you'd expect—with lots of hot (or, "hot") close-ups of our favorite ICP groupie Harley Quinn walking slowly away from the camera.
Rumors have been swirling—based on a list of achievements—that Batman: Arkham City will be getting a new story-based add-on that centered on Bat-villain Harley Quinn and The Dark Knight's junior partner Robin. Well, a teaser image released today by the game's official Twitter account seems to point to a future…
Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel was an Arkham Asylum psychologist who thought she had a shot at curing Batman's insane nemesis The Joker. Obviously that didn't work out too well.
Back in July, Lisa Foiles (of Nickelodeon's All That fame) wrote up a blog response to a post Owen Good wrote up about Girl Gamers.
.html I'm not totally in love with Harley Quinn's look in Batman: Arkham Asylum. She's a little too hard, a little too grimy.