If you polled the pool of regular ComicsAlliance contributors for a complete list of their all-time favorite comics, there's a high probability that Karl Kesel would be in some way responsible for the creation of at least some of those works. We'll get into
The ramp up to the May 29 release of Batman: Arkham City's "Harley Quinn's Revenge" DLC has yielded five new preview images of Batman and Robin beating down the Clown Princess of Crime's new gang. Arriving later this month as part of the Arkham City Game of the Year Edition on PS3 and Xbox 360, as well as part of a standalone download ($9.99 on PSN/8
Superhero comics have a diversity problem. The leading characters are largely male, mostly white, and overwhelmingly straight. By definition, well-established characters come from an era when the culture was even straighter, whiter and more male than it is today, and as a result the characters fail to represent the diversity of their audience.
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Gaming: Stan Lee continues to swing in the latest image promoting his Amazon preorder exclusive playability in the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man game.
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Fashion brand (and spandex enthusiasts) Black Milk Clothing launched their latest collection this morning, which included Harley Quinn-inspired leggings, a Tetris swimsuit, and comic strip-covered shoes. With a previous catalog exhibiting Star Wars swimsuits and Game Boy dresses, Black Milk Clothing utilizes digital printing to create unique appar
Though it hasn't been officially confirmed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment or Rocksteady Studios yet, PS3 Trophies' new list of "Harley's Revenge" DLC trophies seems to indicate Batman: Arkham City players might have reason to resume their open-world adventures in Gotham soon -- this time, as Robin. Not only do the trophies point to using Robin's specific weapons suite, they also mention playing as the character specific
DC Direct and Mattel may have already put their respective stamps on the Batman: Arkham Asylum videogame and moved on to toys based on its sequel, Batman: Arkham City, but it looks like Square Enix still isn't done mining Rocksteady's first game for highly articulated action figure-age. Judging from Squ