Jokers Daughter

Rogues' Gallery: Who Is The Best Member Of The Suicide Squad?
A hero is defined by their villains, and the world of superhero comic books is filled with some of the scariest and silliest bad guys around. Rogues’ Gallery aims to settle the score and determine who is the true arch-nemesis for some of favorite superheroes, and we need your help to do it! However, this week we're stepping out of the usual status quo to talk about villains in a different context; that being the team of villains coerced into heroic acts by the United States government --- The Suicide Squad
Did 'New Suicide Squad' Just Become DC's Smartest Team Book?
When DC Comics launched its "New 52" Universe a few years back, Suicide Squad was pretty much the bottom of a barrel that wasn't really in good shape to begin with. Despite being an attempt to revive one of the best, most elegantly crafted and thought-provoking superhero books of the 1980s, the New 52 version was a noisy, soulless mess that ended up doing almost irreparable damage to characters like Harley Quinn in the name of making something more extreme, in a true late '90s Juggalo sense of the word. When the series was finally canceled and relaunched, I honestly wasn't expecting it to get any better, especially since the new lineup included the addition of one of the worst new DC characters of the past several years. But we're two issues into what writer Sean Ryan (and about 27 artists so far) is doing with the re-relaunched title, New Suicide Squad, and while I'm not sure, I think it might actually be the smartest team book DC's putting out.
DC Unveils Redesigned ‘New 52′ Joker’s Daughter
Hoo boy. Hoooooo boy. The image above comes from a post on the DC Comics blog yesterday teasing an upcoming appearance by a new version of The Joker's Daughter. DC didn't announce any details, but this would appear to be a revival of the character originally created by Bob Rozakis and Irv Novick in 1976's Batman Family #9...
Bizarro Back Issues: The Strange Saga Of The Joker’s Daughter (1976)
If you're keeping up with current issues of Batman, then you already know that the "Death of the Family" event is based around the Joker getting the idea that Batman's "family" of sidekicks and assorted hangers-on is making him weak. As a result, he's targeting the entire gang, taking them out in an effort to get Batman back to being an a solo act...