This is simply one of the most perfect things we have seen all day: Harley Quinn inventing her own lyrics to Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart." Now it's "Total Collapse of the Bat," with the recurring lyric "Love my clown." This song will be stuck in our heads all day.
When Marvel announced that its next round of movies would include a Captain Marvel movie, we were thrilled. Yes, a major Marvel movie featuring a popular and wonderful female superhero. But amidst that celebration, let's not forget there are still tons of worthy female superheroes who would make excellent movie…
Artist Simone Bianchi chooses a surprising inspiration for his Batman tableau, changing the hands of creation into hands of reaching, and adding a demonic quality to Batman's foes.
Concept artist Claire Hummel has been dressing Disney princesses in obsessively researched historical garb, but here she takes a break to imagine what the villainess Harley Quinn would look like as a real medieval fool.
When Harley Quinn finds herself comatose with guilt, she retreats into her own mind, where she must confront her original persona and a Joker-like manifestation of her subconscious.
One of the best surprises of this season's Arrow is a favorite DC villain who had a brief cameo in the episode "Suicide Squad." But we only got to see this character silhouetted; here's what they looked like in full costume and makeup. Arrow spoilers below.
When Captain America tries to pose like Catwoman, it becomes painfully clear how unnatural that position is.
Cartoonist Yale Stewart draws the Joker and Harley in the style of his JL8 webcomic. All it needs is young Batman off in the distance where the Joker is looking so longingly.
Elizabeth Beals puts DC's female heroes and villains in fashionable street clothes inspired by their spandex work outfits. Now she just needs to tell us wear Harley Quinn buys her clothes.
Some people like their romantic comedies with a heaping scoop of blood. This past week, CBR's The Line it is Drawn paid dubious tribute to the wonders of love by asking their guest artists to draw comic book characters coupled up. Some of the fictional pairings enjoyed romantic rooftop dates while others painted the…
I'm not big on Valentine's Day, but I'm a huge fan of goofy Valentines from the Internet. CBR's The Line it is Drawn celebrates the Hallmark holiday by pairing off comic book characters, sometimes from different publishers. He's a Marvel. She's a DC. They're both crazy. Can they work it out?
Artist Gingashi imagines an alternate Gotham City in which Batman has half as many foes who are twice as dastardly, giving us the mashed-up rogues Poison Cat, Two-Clay Face, Madcrow, and Jokernigma.
We know that during the events of The Dark Knight Rises, at least some of the inmates of Arkham Asylum slipped their mad house bonds. The fan film Arkham Rising shows how the release of the Arkham inmates might have gone down, and hints at the fate of Joker.
What happens if you throw superheroes and supervillains into Stephen King stories? The Hulk adds a bit more literalism to The Green Mile. Harley Quinn manages to make Misery even more insane. And Deadpool? Deadpool's just having a blast.
School's out in the comic book universes, and it's time for superheroes and supervillains to get back those final papers. Let's see who wowed their professors and who can expect to spend their summer studying remedial caped crusading.