Harley Quinn went from being a notorious criminal as the Joker’s girlfriend in Gotham to being a well-intentioned, but not exactly law-abiding, anti-hero when she got a fresh start in Jersey. Now, in her newest reboot from writer Stephanie Phillips, Harley’s looking to become…a hero?!? In March’s Harley Quinn #1, everyone’s favorite psychiatrist-turned-delinquent clown finally returns to Gotham with an aim to make amends for her past misdeeds. This is not the same Gotham as the one she left, however. This Gotham is still shook from the Joker War, the aftermath of which has left the good people of Gotham...
Part of DC’s collection of graphic novels for young adults, Poison Ivy: Thorns introduces a backstory for its title character that’s both unique and familiar. Although the origin of Ivy’s powers over plant life are similar to her most well-known origin story, which was written by Neil Gaiman in Secret Origins #38 back in 1988, it’s the differences between these tales that makes this graphic novel truly stand out."
Another Detective Comics #27 sold for seven figures, making it the third million-dollar comic sold since November. The thing is, Batman’s first appearance is even more rare than you may realize.
The hottest gossip in comics is that DC is on the verge of being scooped up by the Disney empire. With the New York Times reporting that very scenario nearly happened five years ago, it bolsters speculation that a deal is imminent. So the big question: are the rumors true?