Though Father Time stalks us all in anticipation of the inevitable moment when we pass on from this life to the next, that doesn't stop us from doing everything we can to stave off death as best as we can.
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Vandal Savage's assholery is twofold: One, he's an evil despotic villain who has spent centuries coveting and revelling in power and control. Two, he's really hard to kill. So naturally, only a team-up of some of DC's deadliest criminals stand a chance at stopping him in the upcoming Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay.
Though he doesn't have traditional super powers like most of his friends, Batman's got a lot going for him. He's a handsome, rich, athletic white guy with virtually endless resources at his disposal. And yet, every so often, people come along who feel as if that's not enough to make Batman a real superhero.
The DC Animated Universe panel at San Diego Comic-Con was a fairly subdued affair. But apparently DC and Warner Bros. saved all their big surprises for last night's premiere of Batman and Harley Quinn -- because now we know that not one, not two, not three, but four more major DC animated movies are on the way.
DC's crossover game is strong lately. Not only do we have things like Justice League/Power Rangers on the way, along with the next Batman/TMNT crossover, the company has now announced that several of its weird (and very wonderful) comic takes on Hanna-Barbera characters will now host a series of team-ups with DC's own finest heroes.
By Cassandra Calin.
As publishers often do for comics series that get turned into multimillion-dollar films, DC Comics is offering up a new Suicide Squad series. The first issue is not very good. But there's been a much better version of the motley crew black-ops squad concept running around in the wild that the House of Superman has nothing to do with -- and that's probably for the best.
Surprise, Suicide Squad sucks. Here's some quality DC villain cosplay to start to set things right.
He probably doesn't approve of the bizarre hijinks they got around to on the set of the movie either, but for now, let's stick to the comic book version of America's incumbent President.
Harley Quinn has had a lot of different looks since her first debut in Batman: The Animated Series, but what she wears in Suicide Squad is very different from anything we've seen Harley in before. That wasn't always going to be the case, according to Margot Robbie -- in fact, her classic costume nearly made it into the movie.