Gotham Knights teased fans with a boss battle with one of the villains. The player is playing as Nightwing with Harley Quinn as the boss fight. These two fought in a video game before but not this brutal. Nightwing must capture Harley in the Return to Arkham DLC in the Arkham Knight, but they never engage in physical combat. There was a limitation on man-on-woman violence then. You just beat up her minions, and she will get arrested.
For quite a long time, the bread and butter of collectibles company Cryptozoic has been figurines of popular characters, DC superheroes most prominently. They’ve come out with a lot of them by now. We suppose they figured they had to shake things up, because their latest product is just….PART of Batman. Specifically, his hand.
As you know, Cryptozoic mainly deals in products based on licensed properties. But they have an original character, a mascot — he’s short, he has a skull for a head and his name is Bob. Bob hasn’t been in much Crpytozoic merch….until now. You can add one of several Bobs to your shelf for free, if you’re lucky that is.
James Gunn was given by DC the liberties to kill off any character at the Suicide Squad!!! Not Even Harley is safe!
Do not get emotionally attached to any character from the poster used for this article. In a recent interview from Empire, Director James Gunn clear said many characters will die. No one is safe. Harley Quinn may have the face of the franchise plot armor, but it is not the case. This movie is not a sequel to the first Suicide Squad movie. This movie is set on its own universe and continuity. This Motion picture have no relations with Justice League dceu universe and The birds of prey neither. DC comics and Warner Brothers had given the director of Guards of the Galaxy full liberties to do everything he wants. Gunn had worked with Warner Brothers before with the Scooby Doo movie and the videogame Lollipop Chainsaw. He have better relationship with them than Marvel and Disney.
Now that stay-at-home orders have been enacted across the nation, traditional conventions are being replaced by “virtual” cons, which feature the same attractions (guest speakers, interviews, lots of merch to buy) only via streaming to computers and phones. In that spirit, Cryptozoic has announced the 2020 Cryptozoic Con, taking place from April 16 to 17.
If you’ve seen Birds of Prey (And The Fantab…..oh right, that’s no longer part of the title), then you know The Joker is barely in it…not that you’d expect him to have much of a presence. The film is about Harley Quinn breaking free from his grip and striking out on her own, rounding up her own posse of chaos causers to take down a crime syndicate.
Who says Harley Quinn is a villain? Okay, she kinda waffles back and forth between good and bad, but she has her moments of pure heroism….like now. Cryptozoic, manufacturers of fine collectible figurines and tabletop games, would like to do something to help the victims of the recent earthquake in Puerto Rico, and they’re enlisting Harley Quinn to help them do so.
Cryptozoic, manufacturers of fine collectible figurines and tabletop games, would like to do something to help the victims of the recent earthquake in Puerto Rico, and they’re enlisting Harley Quinn to help them do so. (No, not Kevin Smith’s daughter, the real one.)
Last year, when WB was just rolling out their DC Universe streaming service, they announced they were working on an animated Harley Quinn show — but there were other announcements that day and the Harley show was waaaaay down the line on their planned release list. We still don’t have a solid date for when this will be streamable, but as of now we have a much longer trailer.
The DC movie universe is kind of a mess right now, to put it mildly. It’s kind of hard to establish a connected universe like Marvel’s when over half the movies set in your canon are unpopular. Wonder Woman was a step in the right direction, but Justice League was two steps back. Hopefully Aquaman and Shazam will be good enough to set Warner Bros’ course steady.
Warner Bros. dropped our first-ever look at their upcoming DC Universe Harley Quinn cartoon this afternoon (or this evening, depending on your time zone). It’s less than a minute, and it takes place in one room, but it tells you everything you need to know.
DC Comics has been stating for a while now that they were going to be releasing a streaming service all their own. One that would house certain programming that wouldn’t be on stations like Fox, CW, or Syfy. Well, today they revealed that the streaming service itself would be called DC Universe. Which is actually quite apropos, as that’s a name that’s been associated for DC Comics for quite some time.