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HARLEY QUINN #3 Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Chad Hardin and Alex Sinclair Published by DC Comics Release Date: February 19, 2014 Love is literally in the air, as Harley Quinn embarks on a night out solo and soon becomes an object of affection for dozens of suitors — suitors who

NUMBERS GAME: January 2014

The Overall Top 10 Batman #27 (115,492) Detective Comics #27 (88,702) Avengers World #1 (86,727) Justice League #27 (84,674) Superior Spider-Man #25 (77,311) All New X-Men #22.NOW (76,565) Superior Spider-Man #26 (72,591) Harley Quinn #2 (66,363) Avengers #25 (65,591) Justice League of America #11 (65,365) Comic sales have been steadily declining since September of 2013,

NUMBERS GAME: November 2013

November Sweeps Batman #25 (125,602) Harley Quinn #0 (114,212) Amazing X-Men #1 (112,337) Superman Unchained #4 (110,611) Forever Evil #3 (105,755) Infinity #6 (100,292) All New X-Men #18 (82,365) Superior Spider-Man #22 (81,250) Batman Superman #5 (77,198) Superior Spider-Man #21 (74,940) With both Big 2 companies currently in a bit of downtime with new series


INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US ANNUAL #1 Written by Tom Taylor Art by Xermanico, Mike S. Miller, and Bruno Redondo Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 13, 2013 No one should have ta justify th’ greatness of a mustache. It’s a world where Superman is a dictator, working hand in hand with the likes of

HOT FIVE Extended Edition: Week of November 6, 2013

For the past year Senior Editor Matt Santori-Griffith has been bringing you Comicosity’s Hot Five. As some of you may have heard last week’s column was Matt’s final edition of your favorite rundown of the week’s top comic book releases. He has passed the proverbial torch on to me. My name is John Ernenputsch, and

Interview: Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti on Making Friends with HARLEY QUINN

Harley Quinn is getting her first solo title in 10 years, co-written by fan-favorite artist Amanda Conner and prolific creator Jimmy Palmiotti. Harley has been stealing fan’s hearts since her debut in Batman: The Animated Series, and there has been a lot of talk around the new book. At Baltimore Comic Con, Amanda and Jimmy

Interview: Ales Kot Goes Undercover with SUICIDE SQUAD

You can’t have the good guys in comics without the bad, and no group is as bad as the Suicide Squad! With new writer Ales Kot (Change) coming aboard to chronicle the missions of our government’s dirtiest little secret, the Squad is set to explode this summer with brand new members and plenty of death.