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What’s This?! Harley Quinn Appears In ‘Batman ’66′ #7

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It probably doesn't come as a surprise to anyone that Batman '66 is hands down my pick for the best digital comic going today, but it's always worth repeating. It's the highlight of each and every comics week, and while I've personally been waiting decades for a new story about Egghead, Jeff Parker and Joe Quinones have spent the latest issue bringing in a character who may -- may -- have more appeal to modern audiences.

In this week's Batman '66 #7, they've introduced the 1966 version of Harley Quinn -- or at least, someone who'svery close.

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The Best ‘Batman ’66′ Tweets That Have Nothing To Do With ‘Batman ’66′

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As we previously noted, Batman '66, the new digital first series from Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case, launched today. As we also previously noted, it's pretty great. In his excitement to get word out about the book, Parker jokingly tweeted out that even if people are talking about other subjects, they should still use #Batman66. And, because many of us are terrible human beings, he was obliged in some very amusing ways. To further celebrate the book, we collected some of the best #Batman66 tweets we saw that are wholly unrelated to the comic (including our own, because we are nothing if not massive egotists), and you can check them out below.

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‘Batman ’66′ Launches Today, There May Be Hope For This Cruel World Yet

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If colors seem a little brighter, food tastes a little better and the air smells a little sweeter today than it did yesterday, there's a good reason for that. Things have changed, my friends: We are now living in a world where Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case's Batman '66 comic exists, and everything is a little more wonderful than it was before.

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Link Ink: ‘Batman ’66′ Art, ‘Pokemon XY’ And C-3P0′s Rap

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Read more for Tuesday morning links galore.

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Jeff Parker On Reuniting The Phantom, Flash Gordon And Mandrake For ‘Kings Watch’ [Interview]

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Today, Dynamite announced that they were bringing The Phantom, Mandrake the Magician and Flash Gordon back to comic books with the team of Jeff Parker and Marc Laming. The big return is set to take place in an all-new series called King's Watch, in which the Ghost Who Walks, the Savior of the Universe and... uh... Mandrake find themselves battling against forces that threaten the entire world.

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Writer Jeff Parker on Batman ’66 Comic: ‘Batman Is In On The Joke’ [Interview]

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Last week, DC announced that they were going to be producing a new digital-first series based on the 1966 Batman TV show, with the creative team of Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case. For those of us who love Batman '66 with what some might refer to as "religious fervor," this is pretty exciting news.

And it's good news for Parker, too. While he's most widely known for work at Marvel

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DC Announces 1966 ‘Batman’ Comic By Jeff Parker, Jonathan Case and Michael Allred

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Finally, after forty-five years, writers across the country have a good reason to drop "Biff! Pow!" into their headlines again. After finally settling licensing issues last year and paving the way for toys and merchandise based on the classic Adam West Batman show, DC will be publishing a new digital-first Batman '66 series by Jeff Parker and Eisner-winning artist Jonathan Case, with covers by Michael Allred.

The Batman '66-inspired stories are scheduled to hit Comixology and the DC app this summer, where they'll join their fellow TV-inspired properties, Smallville

Furious Five With Jeff Parker: The Emerald City Comicon Edition [Interview]

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Seattle's Emerald City Comicon kicked off the convention season of 2013 with the city's largest gathering of creators, comic retailers, and cosplayers. In celebration of that beloved of all seasons -- which has now managed to stretch to three-quarters of a year -- we bring to you our Furious Five feature -- five creators, five questions each. Allow ComicsAll

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The Big Issue: Comic Book Retailers on Orson Scott Card and Superman, Part 2 [Interview]

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When DC Comics issued its statement of no action in response to the outcry over its hiring of anti-gay-marriage crusader Orson Scott Card to write a story in its new Superman anthology, Adventures of Superman, the publisher essentially delegated the moral decision, not only to fans, but to retailers. Some of those retailers will sell the book normally. A few will sell the book, but donate their profits. Others, an ever-growing group, are choosing to kee

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New Digital-First Superman Series to Feature Timm, Hitch, Samnee, Sprouse and More with Out-of-Continuity Adventures

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Great news from DC Comics: the publisher has announced Adventures of Superman, a new digital-first series that's the sort of thing we've been eager to see for years. Launching in April, the title will give a

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