Margot Robbie, who played Harley Quinn’s baseball bat-wielding live action debut in Suicide Squad, is pretty sure she knows when she’ll be filming more material as the character. But she’s much less sure about what movie it’ll be for.
Though the Batman and Harley Quinn animated movie and its tie-in comics are brand new, everything about them, from their visual aesthetic to the tone of their dialogue, feels as if they were plucked right out of Batman: The Animated Series.
Australian police shot a man dressed as the Joker and a woman dressed as Harley Quinn late Saturday night after being called to the nightclub Inflation where a costumed sex party was taking place.
Look at that stance! The utter disdain! The Lord of Apokolips is going to be smug as all get-out when the next DC Comics fighting game hits next month.
Earlier this month, Star Wars star Mark Hamill surprised Batman fans (and Donald Trump critics) with a late Christmas present when he recorded one of the President-elect’s tweets as the Joker, a character he’s voiced for almost 25 years.
Mark Hamill has perfectly voiced one of the future president’s tweets as the Joker, and we could see more of them in the future. That might be one of the most beautiful sentences ever uttered—if it wasn’t also tragic.
“Jingle bells, Batman smells / Robin laid an egg / The Batmobile lost a wheel and the Joker [...]”
Could you imagine a world where the Joker wasn’t so twisted?
The clown prince of crime made his onscreen debut 50 years ago. While The Joker has graced DC’s pages since 1940, his look has (arguably) changed the most through TV and film adaptations—and Burger Fiction gave his many incarnations a proper and thorough send-up.
The new Suicide Squad movie is getting a ton of buzz, but what’s that crazy purple sports car the Joker drives in it? Turns out it’s something pretty unusual called a Vaydor: a custom made body mounted to the chassis of a ten-year-old Infiniti.
Wow, we knew from previous reports (“Leto ... sent Margot Robbie [Harley Quinn] a dead rat”) that Jared Leto’s portrayal of the Joker in the upcoming Suicide Squad movie would be unbelievably edgy and raw, but Twitter users @boring_as_heck and @swarthyvillain got ahead of the film’s promotional cycle yesterday and put…
So recently, there's been a kerfuffle over the "Joker Variant" cover of Batgirl #41. DC has been doing monthly variants for most of its comics and this month, the theme was the Joker. Unfortunately, the variant cover they chose for Batgirl didn't exactly match the fun tone that the book conveys. In fact, it was pretty…
Aw it's a wittle baby Joker! Don't you just want to pinch its cheeks and coo "why so serious?" at his creepy smeared lips? Let's hope this adorable Joker Doll inspires the internet masses to clamor for a Dark Knight Rises Baby Doll line. It can't be any worse than Baby Voldemort!
In the wake of the Spider-Man musical's total disaster, somehow the Batman Live Arena Tour has gotten a free pass. But just check out these photos. Nothing good can come of a stage show with Schumacher undertones. Or can it?
We're loving Courtney Crumrin writer/artist Ted Naifeh's fresh new take on Batman. Especially his redesigns of some of the greatest Batman comic covers from Detective Comics. Plus his redesigns of Batgirl, the Joker, and other iconic characters.
The Dark Knight's director is finally setting the record straight on a few Batman rumors. And while it's no major surprise that the Joker won't be recast for a third film, we're sad about what else didn't make the cut.
The brand new teaser trailer for videogame Batman: Arkham Asylum 2 shows that Gotham City has gone to the dogs since the first game. Where's the Caped Crusader when you need him? Click through to see for yourself.
Death really isn't the end in science fiction... It just depends on whether or not it can be written around later. Here are some of our favorite NotDeaths that prove that the Grim Reaper should really up his game.
Whether you're looking for superpowered pets, non-moving motion comics, classic tales retold or spelunking adventure the way you want it, there's only one place to look this week: Your local comic book store. Why, yes: These are comics we crave.