A decade after "Justice League Unlimited" came to an end, we reflect on the greatness of the DC Animated Universe.
"Batman: The Killing Joke" failed Barbara Gordon in some all-new ways, but it didn't have to be that way.
Now that we've seen all the trailers, here are 11 things we hope to see in David Ayer's DC Comics adaptation starring the "worst heroes ever."
Before she makes her live-action debut in "Suicide Squad," revisit Harley's undying love for the Joker and some of her greatest capers.
"The Killing Joke" attempts to retell a classic story for a modern audience, and while its intentions are laudable, it doesn't quite stick the landing.
Timm discusses what the film says about Joker's sexuality, and its approach to the graphic novel's sexual violence.
DC Animation guru Bruce Timm discusses the controversial Batman/Batgirl romance in the R-rated "Killing Joke" animated adaptation.
A fan takes a retrospective look at Bruce Timm's seminal version of Batman, adequately summing up what made the series tick.
Batgirl leaps into action and Joker dons his tourist getup in these new stills from the R-rated "Killing Joke" adaptation.
The Mark Hamill-Kevin Conroy-voiced animated film has officially been given an R-rating.
In J.M. DeMatteis, Bruce Timm and Rick Leonardi's "Justice League: Gods and Monsters - Wonder Woman" #1, Bekka crash-lands in 1960s India and makes her way to a hippie commune in America, where she rediscovers her mission.
After watching the DC Universe Original Movie, and reading three of its comic tie-ins, we try to make sense of the alternate universe of "Justice League: Gods and Monsters."
The writer discusses new but not-so-different versions of Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman in the "Gods and Monsters" companion comic series.