Paul Dini comic
We all know that Santa arrives on Christmas Eve bearing bright, shiny new toys for happy kids everywhere. But what happens to the humble homespun holiday gifts often passed over in the rush—the grandmother-made sock animals, or the paste and cardboard unicorns given from little sisters to older brothers? Quite often they wind up shoved aside, ignored or tossed in the trash with the wrapping paper—until the night after Christmas, when they are rescued and magically brought to life by the mysterious Queen of Toys. A strange being both kindly and vengeful, the Queen is amassing an army of abandoned toys, “The Homemades,” for the sole purpose of vanquishing the Kringle family and seizing the holiday season for herself. Only Jingle Belle and an odd assortment of her friends stand a chance of foiling the Queen’s plans. But first, Jingle must unravel the mystery behind the Queen’s origins and confront a heartbreaking secret from a Christmas long past.
- Issue # Full (10 days ago)
From her animated adventures to her bloody stint in the Suicide Squad, HARLEY QUINN: A CELEBRATION OF 25 YEARS captures the greatest comic book moments of the Joker's main moll, brought to life by industry legends Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, Jim Lee, Jeph Loeb, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and more!
From Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, the masterminds behind the critically acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series, comes this early adventure of Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy packed with hilarious hijinx and tons of action! Harley and Ivy want to take down the Batman once and for all, but first, Harley's got to prove that she has what it takes to make it as a bona fide villain in Gotham City. HARLEY AND IVY: THE DELUXE EDITION collects the miniseries, BATMAN: HARLEY AND IVY #1-3, along with exclusive extras and bonus material. This deluxe format new collection is a must-have for Harley fans everywhere!
Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot was bullied throughout his childhood and teased with the nickname “Penguin” for his unique features, his eccentric fashion and the umbrella that never left his side. An outcast among his peers, Oswald would retreat to his mother’s bird shop, making friends of the feathered variety. Before long, he turned to a life of crime. Ruthless, vindictive, calculating and inventive, the Penguin presents himself as the sophisticated gentleman, but his need for respect and power is what truly drives him. From his bombastic beginnings as the master of “bird” crimes to his emergence as one of Gotham City’s meanest gangsters, the Penguin remains one of Batman’s oldest and most brilliant foes. Batman Arkham: Penguin collects some of the villain’s greatest stories by classic creators, including Bill Finger (Detective Comics), Alan Grant (Batman: Shadow of the Bat), John Ostrander (Suicide Squad), Doug Moench (Batman), Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series), Jason Aaron (Star Wars) and many more!Collects Detective Comics #58, #610, #611, #824, Batman #155, #374, #548, #549, Batman: Penguin Triumphant #1 and Joker’s Asylum: Penguin #1.
And most exciting for Ross fans, inside is a DC Comics first: an exclusive, original Superman-Batman story, written by Kidd and painted by Ross. Also included is an all-new origin of Robin, written by Paul Dini. Mythology is a book in which every page explodes with the power of the icons it celebrates.
Clear the ice! Santa's rebellious daughter returns in this fun-filled winter one-shot courtesy of writer Paul Dini and artists Stephanie Gladden and Jose Garibaldi. In a follow-up to her classic "Mighty Elves" tale, Jingle once again takes to the hockey rink in a battle royal with her snow leopard rival Tashi. It's the war to settle the score, or it will be if the girls can stay out of the penalty box long enough to finish the game. Also, romance comes to the North Pole in a tale of love among the lemmings, and Jing endures yet another "blissful" Christmas Eve in the company of her famous mom and pop.
- Issue # Full (one month ago)
Paul Dini, the man who revolutionized Batman with Batman Beyond, now sets his sites on Christmas, creating a holiday classic that's destined to become just as beloved as the Rankin-Bass pantheon, Dickens' A Christmas Carol, and A Charlie Brown Christmas! Santa is the favorite mythological figure of every kid in the world... so why can't he get along with his own daughter?! Jingle Belle is Kris Kringle's adolescent nightmare, cute, spunky, and destined for trouble! No one believes Jing is capable of anything remotely productive, but when a sinister force threatens to end Christmas forever, Jing is the perennial holiday's only hope. Joining Paul in the good cheer is Stephen DeStefano, of Instant Piano and 'Mazing Man fame, as well as cover artist Bill Morrison, creator of Roswell and part of the team behind Futurama. Like the best gifts, you won't want to wait to see what's under the outer wrapping, and you'll want to play with it well into the new year!
The "Polly Green Backup Story" finds Jingle's gal pal Polly Green, fledgling Halloween witch, in quite a predicament. Her family is demanding that she use her magic to conjure up elaborate gifts for them and Polly is sick of being used. Determined to teach her greedy family a lesson, Polly gives one gift to everyone and turns their home into a huge gingerbread mansion. It isn't long before Polly's family falls under the spell of the house and devour it, becoming hideously fat. Polly's relatives beg her to magically make them thin again, but Polly says there's only one way they can shed those holiday pounds: lots and lots of exercise!
While newly elected Mayor Sharp is the public face of Arkham City, the secret manipulator behind the scenes is the nefarious Dr. Hugo Strange. Sharp presents the walled encampment as Gotham's ultimate solution to crime, but Strange has a secret, darker agenda. He's recruiting his own security force--one that will answer only to him and whose ultimate goal is the death of Batman.
“HARLEY LOVES JOKER” flashback tale that ran as a backup in HARLEY QUINN last year! As far as The Joker’s concerned, the new headquarters Harley built for them is absolutely perfect... but only she knows the whole place is rigged to come crashing down around them and she doesn’t know how to stop it!
Free college tuition for all Riverdale residents?! That’s the plan-after the town drains the wetlands that lie between it and Gotham City and then builds a new campus. The only snag? A certain botany-obsessed super-villain. When Poison Ivy enlists her bestie, Harley, to kidnap both Veronica Lodge, daughter of Riverdale’s most important citizen, and her friend Betty, she’s counting on some assistance-and the mayhem that ensues will probably work as well! DC Comics and Archie are proud to present the adventure of a lifetime for all these best pals. Their hijinks are brought to you by the real-life team-up of Paul Dini (HARLEY QUINN) and Marc Andreyko (WONDER WOMAN ’77), with art by Laura Braga (DC BOMBSHELLS)!
Bongo proudly presents the first of many seasonal specials to come with this comic cornucopia of winter-themed stories. Find out what Santa Claus really thinks of the people of Springfield; shovel snow with Angry Dad; celebrate Hannukah with Krusty; go Christmas caroling with Bart, Lisa, and Milhouse; find out if Homer can keep his New Year's resolutions; and more! Plus, this one-of-a-kind issue also comes with a one-of-a-kind picture frame! It's a winter wonderland of spirited Simpsons this November!
Genre: Movies & TV
The adventures of the Dark Knight and the Boy Wonder as Gotham's dynamic superhero duo! Continues from the end of the BATMAN ADVENTURES comic book series, based on the critically acclaimed "Batman: The Animated Series."
Harley hatches a plan to capture Batman. She is meticulous over every detail and rechecks everything until Batman wakes up hanging upside down over a tank of piranha. Finally going to kill Batman Harley hears Batman tell her how mad the Joker would be if she did it without him. Convinced she calls joker and he gets there as fast as possible.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
When the holiday season arrives in Metropolis, Superman begins to see the great divide between rich and poor. He decides to use his powers to help alleviate world hunger, by doing so he shows the true power of hope and peace.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)