Tangent Comics/The Joker #1 (December 1997)

It’s been 20 years since DC gave us their most bizarre and divergent fifth week event yet…  Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Tangent Comics/The Joker #1 awaits! TANGENT COMICS/THE JOKER #1 Writer: Karl Kesel Penciler: Matt Haley Inker: Tom Simmons Colorist: Moose Baumann Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos Editor: Dana Kurtin Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: $2.95 Current Near-Mint Pricing: $3.00 Previously in Tangent Comics/The Joker: “The Tangent Universe tells the story of an Earth greatly influenced by the presence of super-powered beings. While the DCU Earth is essentially the same as our own, no more advanced in terms of technology

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[Television] Missing the Mark is all kinds of meta

What happens when Mark Hamill is kidnapped by The Joker and The Trickster? Corvette Summer, that’s what. DC Comics and Cartoon Network have released this two and half minute short from the Justice League Action animated series, that has the Clown Prince of Crime asking the all important question, “What’s a voice actor?” While Justice League Action, Batman: Brave and the Bold, and Young Justice series are aimed at kids, the creators are fully aware that adults are enjoying these adventures as well, and I love it when they pull something like this as treat for the fans.

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Retro Review: DC Special Series #27 – Batman Vs. The Incredible Hulk (Fall 1981)

In October of 1981, a Marvel or DC comic off the newsstand would cost you 50 or 60 cents.  What could possibly make you make 400% more?  How about a double-sized treasury edition featuring only the second crossover between the Big 2 universes?  Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of DC Special Series #27 – Batman Vs. The Incredible Hulk awaits! DC SPECIAL SERIES #27 – BATMAN VS. THE INCREDIBLE HULK Writer: Len Wein Penciler: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez/Dick Giordano Inker: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez/Dick Giordano Colorist: Glynis Wein Letterer: John Costanza Editor: Dick Giordano Publisher: DC Comics/Marvel Comics Cover Price: $2.50 Current

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Six Flags Tests Out The Joker 4-D Roller-Coaster

Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ is preparing for their newest ride, The Joker 4-D roller-coaster. Only the 9th 4-D roller-coaster in existence, four test dummies got to take it for it’s inaugural test flight and they’ve shared the footage. The Joker ride joins other DC themed rides at the part including Man of… Read more »

Six Flags Tests Out The Joker 4-D Roller-Coaster

[Movies] Batman: The Killing Joke gets R rating, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is okay with that

We’ve known since it was first announced that the animated adaptation of Batman: The Killing Joke could earn an R rating from the MPAA. Warner Bros. and the creators said at the time they were okay with that, and now rating prediction has come to pass. “From the start of production, we encouraged producer Bruce Timm and our team at Warner Bros. Animation to remain faithful to the original story – regardless of the eventual MPAA rating,” said Sam Register, President, Warner Bros. Animation & Warner Digital Series. “The Killing Joke is revered by the fans, particularly for its blunt,

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Suicide Squad Goes Pop! Thanks To Funko

Leading into Toy Fair 2016 this weekend, Funko has released this image of their Pop! vinyl figures based on the Suicide Squad film. The figures include: The Joker, Harley Quinn, Katana, Rick Flag, Deadshot (with and without mask), Captain Boomerang, Killer Croc, and El Diablo. The image was released on their instagram account.

Suicide Squad Goes Pop! Thanks To Funko

Ten Things: Ten Insulting Super-Aliases

Not every hero gets to have one of super-cool names.  For every Booster Gold, there’s a Chicken-Man; for every iconic Storm there’s a stomach-churning Maggott.  And then, there are the supers whose names are actively rude, the poor saps… Welcome to Ten Things! Whooshman-Bicarbonate Films, in conjunction with ‘An Amateur Comics Historian’, and the legal […]

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This Joker Makes Halloween Extra Creepy

Looking for a new decoration for Halloween this year? Well, this may just be the thing for you. Think Geek is offering this new yard decoration that is far creepier than any garden gnome. Based on the Joker from the A Death in The Family storyarc that was drawn by artist Greg Capullo. The piece… Read more »

This Joker Makes Halloween Extra Creepy

More Joker Teases In Latest Trailer For Gotham Season 2

Gotham has released a new teaser trailer for its second season continuing its Villains Will Rise campaign. This one includes new footage of Cameron Monaghan reprising his role as Jerome. It looks like in his return, the likely future Joker impersonates a police officer and causes some havoc inside the GCPD. Gotham season 2 kicks… Read more »

More Joker Teases In Latest Trailer For Gotham Season 2

Viral Video Clip From Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem

The Joker is having a hard time wrangling in his actors while trying to film a viral video in this clip from Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem. Then again his actors are Silver Banshee, Clayface, Scarecrow and Solomon Grundy. Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem is available now on Blu-ray or Digital HD.

Viral Video Clip From Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem