With two months left until this year’s San Diego Comic Fest, there is still a world of work ahead for the convention’s organizers. Despite certain groans of having a volunteer meeting on Super Bowl Sunday, Mike Towry, organizer for Comic Fest and one of the original founders of San Diego Comic-Con, and Comic Fest chairman […]
At a sunny, informal press breakfast DC unveiled a few details of upcoming Harley Quinn and Batman projects, and Joelle Jones’ cover for Batman #33, her first issue. Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Paul Dini talked about Harley Quinn, with Dini, co-creator of the character, writing short back-ups for the book in the future. “I’m absolutely […]
That night shattered Dini’s belief in superheroes for a very long time.
This week, Harley Quinn #21 hits store shelves. Harley’s up to some major hijinx, but there are more obstacles facing her than ever. A mysterious foe has kidnapped two of her friends and there are Bat-people on her tail! Check out the Comics Beat’s exclusive preview of the issue after the jump to get a taste of the […]
One of Harley Quinn’s original creators Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series) is returning to the character in the pages of her ongoing series. The regular Harley Quinn ongoing writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti and the standard art team are staying on the series’ main feature, but Dini, Palmiotti and Bret Blevins (New Mutants) […]
It was quite a gathering of comics talent for last night’s Suicide Squad premiere in New York. The crew gathered for the above photo before hand, including many creators who had a hand in various characters from the film. From left to right: Geoff Johns, Jimmy Palmiotti, Misty Lee (in the back), Amanda Conner (wearing […]
Few creators can claim to have a lasting legacy on just one aspect of the entertainment industry. Even fewer can say their legacy spans through different mediums. Paul Dini is one of the distinct few who have a storied body of work in comics and television. From his generation defining animation work on Tiny Toon […]
The best works of fiction usually have some basis in reality. Paul Dini is teaming up with Eduardo Risso to tell a Batman story inspired by a mugging in 1993. Dark Night: A True Batman Story is an original graphic novel told by the two storytellers. The book will be published via DC Comics’ Vertigo […]
What makes Harley Quinn so popular? Abraham Riesman digs into her history to try to find answers.
§ It isn’t just here, folks: in India a cartoonist has been arrested for harassing a woman over the phone. A female translator who hired him to illustrate a cover for a book complained that the unnamed cartoonist was calling her late at night with crank calls. The perp was found to have four other […]