It wasn’t too long ago that we shared the long anticipated Full Trailer for “Harley Quinn” which was to be the first brand-new animated series coming to the DC Universe streaming service. Since I want you all to be up to speed please just click HERE to correct any oversight. If you subscribe to the service, please be aware that it has begun streaming as of today and much like the “Titans”, “Doom Patrol” and “Swamp Thing” series that came before it, will broadcast episodically. That means week by week and no binging until it completes. Let’s review some artwork, premise and ensemble voice casting.
It was way, way back during New York Comic Con 2018 that the folks over at Warner Brothers Animation gave us a “First Look” at the upcoming DC Universe Streaming Service series “Harley Quinn”. I documented that visual HERE for those who are new to our broadcasts. Now, over one year later we have Full Trailer for the soon to come series. Let’s take a look.
I had a LOT of fun at this years NY Comic Con and went all four days to absorb the sights, the scenes and the colorful cosplayers. You can check out some of the stuff from the four days over on our Official Instagram if you are a fan of the medium. During the convention there was a big push by DC Entertainment for their launch of the “DC Universe” streaming service. I had see the trailer for “Titans” which was their first series to come but missed this introduction to the upcoming “Harley Quinn” animated series. Let’s take a look now shall we.
About The Show: Harley Quinn is an upcoming American animated web television series based on the Harley Quinn character created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm that is set to premiere in October 2019 on DC Universe. The series is set to be written and executive produced by Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, and Dean Lorey and will follow the misadventures of the Joker’s psychotic ex-girlfriend and partner-in-crime, Harley Quinn, and her best friend, Poison Ivy. Continue reading DC Universe: First Look @ “Harley Quinn” c/o NYCC 2018→
Back in July I shared the report that this year’s “Batman Day” was being rechristened as “Harley Quinn Day” in celebration of the characters 25th Anniversary. That day is today and if you head to your local participating comic book retailer you should be able to secure some awesome discounts and a couple of freebies but remember that for those last things it will be while supplies last.
According to some research, the free comics are as follows:
BATMAN DAY 2017 SPECIAL EDITION #1: “I Am Bane” part one! Bane is coming for Batman. Bruce must keep those he loves safe for five days in order to save Gotham Girl once and for all. But Bane will stop at nothing, and no one is safe. This features a new cover by Ryan Sook
I’m hoping that you readers have seen some of my “Batman Day” posts by now since its been something that I have discussed for about three years now. If you don’t know what the heck I am talking about just click HERE to get a little bit of an overview of what it is and then indulge in the latest development and announcement from last weeks SDCC about this years event.
The Press Release:
In celebration of Harley Quinn’s 25th Anniversary, this year the bubbly Super-Villain will take over DC’s annual Batman Day celebration on September 23, 2017. The announcement was made today on the DC Harley Quinn: Celebrating 25 Years panel at SDCC. The panel included moderator and current HARLEY QUINN writer Jimmy Palmiotti, and panelists Amanda Conner, Paul Dini, Chad Hardin, Alex Sinclair, Tara Strong and more!
Harley Quinn debuted on Batman: The Animated Series in the episode “Joker’s Favor,” which originally aired in September 1992. Co-created by the acclaimed Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series, DARK NIGHT: A TRUE BATMAN STORY) and Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond) Harley Quinn spawned the now popular and plentiful comic series and is one of the fastest growing characters in DC history, becoming a top ten character in only the last 25 years. Continue reading DC Comics Announces That Batman Day 2017 Will Be Harley Quinn Day Instead!→