Greetings my friends and welcome back to the second chapter of my side adventure at the Harley Quinn Pop-Up Gallery that was arranged by the folks at DC Universe. If you didn’t see the first chapter you’re going to want to click HERE first since its a walk-through from the beginning until the end. I’ll be getting back to the New York Comic Con proper posts starting tomorrow and if you didn’t see that stuff just click HERE to see it all. I’ll pick up where I left off so please enjoy.
Attention citizens of Gotham! Though I know that you are all expecting the introduction to my Day Three explorations of New York Comic Con, I have to let you know that we have been overrun by the wild and unpredictable presence of Miss Harley Quinn for the time being. If you haven’t seen any of the other NYCC posts please click HERE to check them out. This narrative is one of those special features that I discussed earlier. The folks at DC Comics, and DC Universe, had rented some space near the convention center and loaded it up with Harley Quinn artwork and props from the upcoming “Birds Of Prey” film.
According to what I heard about this, you had to be a member of the DC Universe streaming service and while I was, the press were allowed to explore since they wanted us to talk about it. I won’t do much talking during this one since it is a gallery after all and will instead let you enjoy it all. Have fun.
Warner Animation Group keeps on dishing out the animated features with their cadre of DC Universe superheroes at an unrelenting clip and since so many of them have been awesome, I’m happy to help broadcast the latest upcoming feature which is “Justice League Vs. The Fatal Five”. Let’s take a look down below at the clip, some light premise as was secured from IMDB and the voice casting.
This March, comic book history will be made as “Detective Comics” reaches its milestone 1000th issue. As you all know, this is the title that gave us “The Batman” way back in May of 1939 and before I get into the cover visuals, I wanted to share that classic issue with you all. Remember, Batman didn’t appear in the first issue of that comic but instead in its 27th.
About The Issue: After 80 years, it’s here—the 1,000th issue of DETECTIVE COMICS, the title that literally defines DC! This 96-page issue is stacked with an unbelievable lineup of talent that will take you on a journey through Batman’s past, present and future…plus a sensational epilogue that features the first-ever DC Universe appearance of the deadly Arkham Knight! But who is under the mask? And why do they want Batman dead? The incredible future of Batman adventures begins here!
Thanks to the fine folks at DC Comics, lucky comic book collecting fans can get a copy of “Harley Quinn and The Suicide Squad” Special Edition” #1 for absolutely free beginning this week. Be sure to ask your local comic book retailer shop for one when you go to pick up your weekly haul of books and since Wednesday is new comic book day that issue should be available later on today when the stores open. The freebie is to celebrate the upcoming live action appearance of Harley Quinn and the rest of the Suicide Squad in their new film “Suicide Squad” which opens up in theaters everywhere on August 5th and continues the building of the DC Expanded Universe. Actress Margot Robbie plays Harley Quinn and her alter ego Dr. Harleen Quinzel in the film. This will be the third film in this film universe but chronologically will have taken place before the stuff that went down in “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice” (unless my research is at fault). Continue reading Get DC Comics “Harley Quinn and The Suicide Squad” Special Edition #1 for Free!→