Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti say they're setting up big things when the Main Man and Clown Prince of Crime make their Harley Quinn returns.
Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray's DC Comics series about a modern day golem in New York is coming to the big screen.
Tite Kubo's long-running fantasy-adventure manga will come to an end with the next issue of "Weekly Shonen Jump," which goes on sale Aug. 22 in Japan.
Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti explain that while the series will feature more DC Universe faces, "Harley Quinn" remains business as (un)usual.
Creators Dan Jurgens, Mike Mayhew, Greg Pak and Jimmy Palmiotti offer their perspective on what comics retailers do right -- and wrong.
The third month of DC Comics' Rebirth initiative sees the debut of "Batgirl and the Birds of Prey," "All-Star Batman," "Superwoman" and more!
DC has selected 24 creators at random to reimagine the classic Kirby Cool creation, in the spirit of 1985's "DC Challenge."
DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio plus writers Scott Snyder and Jimmy Palmiotti address fans one day after all of the big Rebirth announcements.
"Harley Quinn" #25 features not one, but two major interactions fans have been waiting years to see.
Harley's been kidnapped and it's up to her very own "Gang of Harleys" to get her back in DC's upcoming series.
The writer explains how the apparently different characters share many similarities, the importance of kicking the Joker out of Harley's life and more.