Harley Quinn Season 2 Clip

DC Universe is giving a second season to the Harley Quinn animated series starring the voice of Kaley Cuoco as the Clown Princess of Crime. The first season just concluded in February, but the series is returning with new episodes rather quickly starting in April. Following a sneak peek at the season premiere at C2E2 earlier this month, a new clip has arrived online showing Harley Quinn and The Penguin having a little confrontation. Watch the Harley Quinn season 2 clip below. Read More »

harley quinn season 2

Harley Quinn, the ultra-violent, ultra-vulgar, ultra-funny animated series from DC Universe, is getting a second season – and it’s arriving surprisingly soon. The first season premiered in November 2019, and we’re not even going to have to wait a full year to see more – season 2 is dropping in April. Like the recent feature Birds of Prey, the series follows Harley after she breaks-up with the Joker, and gets into her own misadventures.

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Green Lantern - Grant Morrison

WarnerMedia had its first Television Critics Association panel for HBO Max since they named their upcoming streaming service. HBO Max Chief Content Officer Kevin Reilly previewed the service last year, but it was still untitled at the time. In their October investor presentation, HBO Max revealed one of their originals is a Green Lantern series from producer Greg Berlanti.

Reilly had an update on Berlanti’s Green Lantern series for the TCA. That led to further questions for Reilly about the future of DC Universe, the company’s current standalone streaming service with originals Titans, Doom Patrol, Harley Quinn and the short-lived Swamp Thing.

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Harley Quinn review

Finally, here’s a good reason to watch DC Universe. The DC streaming service hasn’t exactly set the world on fire with its quality, and it made the most headlines when it canceled Swamp Thing almost immediately, even before the entire first season had streamed in full. On top of all that, rumors abound that the service’s days are numbered, and that its content will be shifted over to the other Warner Bros. streaming service – HBO Max. But for now, DC Universe has landed itself a must-see series: Harley Quinn, a very R-Rated animated series that successfully takes the piss out of the entire Batman mythos, conjuring up a hilarious, irreverent piece of pop entertainment.

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harley quinn trailer new

Hey, did you know there are other streaming services besides Disney+? It’s true! Like DC Universe, a thing that still exists! The DC-based streaming service has had been of a bumpy start, but you shouldn’t give up on it yet. Because the service is close to releasing something you’re definitely going to want to check out: Harley Quinn, a very R-rated animated series set in the DC universe. Watch the highly NSFW Harley Quinn trailer below.

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DC Universe Shows

Not everyone can be a superhero, but everyone could develop an unscripted superhero series for DC Universe. As the streaming service heads into its second year, DC Universe is expanding to even bigger ambitions, with two DC Universe new series announced at this year’s New York Comic-Con. DCYou Unscripted and BizarroTV are the two new projects in development at DC Universe, with the first opening the doors for fans wishing to pitch their own DC Universe unscripted series and the second exploring the “stranger edges” of the universe through an anthology, mixed-media series.

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titans season 2 trailer

It seems like DC Universe’s gritty take on Teen Titans has made its peace with Batman. Or at least, Brenton Thwaites’ Robin has in the upcoming season of Titans, which introduces the Caped Crusader as played by Game of Thrones‘ Iain Glen. But Glen’s Bruce Wayne isn’t the only new (or old?) face being introduced in Titans season 2. The Titans season 2 trailer follows the team welcoming new allies like Superboy (Joshua Orpin), Krypto, Jericho (Chella Man), and Aqualad (Drew Van Acker) as they unite against a familiar Big Bad, Deathstroke (Esai Morales).

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Batman Hush review

“Deep down, he’s a good person, and deep down, I’m not,” Batman says as he’s about to fight his brainwashed pal Superman in the latest DC Animated Movie Universe release, Batman: Hush. There might not be a single line that better captures Batman’s simultaneously toxic self-loathing and self-mythologizing quite so succinctly in relation to his most hopeful (and much more socially-adjusted) friend and thematic foil.

It’s also such a casually badass Batman line that I couldn’t imagine a movie adaptation of the classic Batman: Hush comic, which was written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Jim Lee, without it. The new film, directed by Justin Copeland from an adapted screenplay by Ernie Altbacker, is full of savvy pulls like this one and cuts alike, slimming a sprawling 12-part saga into a lean 80-minute feature. They preserve nearly all the key themes of the originally printed murder-mystery while making changes big and small along the way. (Small change: Batman wears a pair of kryptonite brass knuckles instead of a single kryptonite ring to fight Supes). Some of the biggest changes in the film’s ending even recontextualize Batman and Catwoman’s final moments of the story, but the film holds together fabulously nonetheless. Let’s talk about why. Read More »

Harley Quinn trailer

Margot Robbie may have given the acrobatic anti-hero Harley Quinn new life in live-action, but before that, the character was best known for appearing in animated properties. While Harley’s very first animated show, Batman: The Animated Series, was appropriate for kids, her newest series is decidedly not.

At San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, the DC Universe streaming service debuted the first trailer for Harley Quinn, a brand new animated series aimed squarely at adults which stars The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco in the lead role. Watch the trailer below. Read More »

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swamp thing cancellation

Lots of people seemed shocked when DC Universe’s Swamp Thing was cancelled – including the people who worked on the show. In the wake of the sudden Swamp Thing cancellation, sources close to the production are speaking out, revealing that no one saw this coming, and that a potential three-season arc was planned out.

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