In honor of her birthday, Batman: The Animated Series' Mark Hamill credits Arleen Sorkin (Harley Quinn) for helping to make Joker a success.
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This unique and moody Barbara Gordon and Jim Gordon production cel from Batman: The Animated Series is on auction today. Sponsored.
Warner Bros had their fair share of controversy with their Looney Tunes characters in the latest with Pepe Le Pew. Should they retire IP?
Shazam! director David F. Sandberg admitted John Glover's character doesn't have age-defying superpowers in the film, but casting oversight
In honor of Batman Day, DC looks back on the Dark Knight's evolving animated history: Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, and more.
On Saturday, September 12, DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse will allow fans to customize their 24-hour virtual convention experience.
With the success of DC FanDome, a recent trademark list shows WarnerMedia might be in it for the long-haul- and maybe even expand it?
Looney Tunes is making waves on HBO Max as one of its most popular offerings. Meanwhile, classic Disney cartoons are almost invisible. Why?
While HBO Max has been doing right by the DCU on the television side, subscribers are wondering why films like Justice League are going away.
The growing outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is being felt all across the pop culture landscape. Earlier today, we reported on how Jeopardy! and
Why does Marvel keeps squandering quality programming on television? What they can learn from DC's successful use of their major IPs on television...
When you have a cartoon series that lasted in pop culture as long as Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? has, you have to go big on the anniversaries.
Prior to its thrilling premiere at SDCC 2019, "Teen Titans GO! Vs. Teen Titans" star Khary Payton sat down with Bleeding Cool to talk all things Cyborg.
Gremlins fans! A new animated prequel series is coming soon to the new WarnerMedia streaming service, where we will learn the Secrets of the Mogwai!
There's a brand new take on "Scooby-Doo" coming from the Warner Animation Group. But how do you update a classic without losing its charm?