We look back on Harley Quinn's origin story, and an obscure comic sequel that took place after years after the classic tale was animated.
Articles by G. Kendall
Ever wonder what happened to the Joker's eyes and lips on Batman: The Animated Series, or what was glued to his head?
Did you know Bruce Wayne re-donned the cowl more than once? Even better, an A-list actor was along for the ride!
Celebrate Valentine's Day with two of the strangest romances from the world of Batman: The Animated Series.
We look back at the very first Adventures comic, and that time Penguin broke viewers' hearts on Batman: The Animated Series.
We look back at the famous "Mxyzpixilated" episode of Superman TAS, and Mark Millar's brilliant comic book sequel.
We look back on what many consider to be the greatest interpretation of Robin's origin. Plus, a forgotten tale from Dick's earliest days with Batman.
Which Batman: The Animated Series episode has the greatest ending, and can the Dark Knight survive being stranded in the Egyptian desert?
We look back on what many believe is the finest Batman: The Animated series episode, and Paul Dini's follow-up in a classic Christmas-themed comic.
Did Dark Knight Returns' Robin, Carrie Kelley, sneak her way into the DCAU even before her classic animated appearance?
What happens when Superman is unable to come to the rescue? Apparently, two of his most dangerous foes pick up the slack.
If you think Batman: The Animated Series didn't feature enough Riddler episodes - you're right! Thankfully, the tie-in comic didn't disappoint.
Paul Dini talks to CBR about his new project, a twisted cat-and-mouse tale, and looks back at Batman: The Animated Series 25 years later.
Could any Mr. Freeze story top his legendary debut? And did the tie-in comic create the finest follow-up for the tragic foe?
Why did Warner Bros. squeeze such a long epic into a single film, and how did Lex Luthor become such a big part of the story?
Revisit the Mad Hatter scheme on Batman: TAS that twisted kids' minds, and the tie-in comic that took the concept in a very different direction!
While the 1990s Superman series never brought General Zod to the screen, fans were treated to Kryptonian refugees Jax-Ur and Mala. Um... remember them?
Catwoman. Talia. Vicki Vale. Silver Sable. Is Batman’s true love actually a spunky magician he met as a teenager?