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Harley Quinn is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC . We also learn in issue #8 of the comic that Harley had a relationship in college with fellow psychology student Guy Harley next appeared in Batman # (April ), in which she helps the Joker with a plan to kill all his former. DC is home to the "World's Greatest Super Heroes,” including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, We don't have the secret to lasting romance, but fortunately, Harley In fact, we don't recommend taking relationship advice from Harley. Batman and Harley Quinn is a American animated superhero film produced by Warner The trio head to Blüdhaven where Ivy is saddened to see her friend helping Batman. Woodrue fatally wounds Dr. Harley resorts to crying to convince Ivy, who is finally swayed by their relationship. Swamp Thing appears.
Amongst the many beautiful and romantic moments shared between them is a specific kiss under the moonlight.
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This kind-of cliche scene from the comics had everything a moment of this nature should have. It had the night's sky, the glow of a street lamp, a sprinkle of white snow, and Poison Ivy's vines entangling them both. If only it was enough to fully convince Harley that she never needed the Joker again.
The Animated Series, the question of Harley and Ivy's romantic relationship came up. Harley is forced to work with Batgirl to free Ivy from Kitsune, who has kidnapped Ivy in hopes to get her hands on the plant toxins she has.
When Batgirl and Harley are watching the interrogation up in the rafters, Batgirl starts to poke around at the true nature of their relationship. She sees Harley's intense worry for Ivy and asks if they are more than friends. Harley then insinuates that Batgirl and Supergirl are said to have the same sort of relationship.
Getting slightly insulted, Batgirl drops it and things carry forward. She was saved by Poison Ivy, who almost immediately forced a liquid concoction down Harley's throat. Little did Harley know, this elixir would actually change her life. What Ivy force-fed Harley was actually a type of immunizer.
It allowed her to be around Poison Ivy, as well as to get physically close to her, without any of the nasty side-effects. This natural compound also allowed her to become impervious to Joker's laughing gas and practically any other toxin around. Additionally, it heightened her strength and agility. In short, Ivy not only saved Harley's life but made her stronger than ever before. Nygma, AKA The Riddler, was using this space as his official hideout, but little did he know that these two villains would take it for themselves.
Poison Ivy ends up saving Catwoman's life and bringing her back to the hideout. Soon after, the three become a team in order to protect one another. At first, the only thing that gets in the way of these three is Ivy and Harley's desire for Catwoman to reveal the true identity of Batman.
After they get over this minor roadblock, the trio set off on a series of adventures together while using Riddler's hideout as a home base. Unlike her abusive lover, she doesn't have quite the hate for the masked vigilante. Poison Ivy, on the other hand, has a larger contempt for Batman.
In most instances, she seems to have no qualms about ending his life. It's unclear whether or not she did this more for Batman or more to save Ivy from the repercussions.
This police officer harms Ivy in many ways, including leaving her in a hole without food.
With the help of Gordon, Harley and Catwoman track Ivy down. When they find her, she's on the cusp of life. The only way they are able to revive her is by submerging her in water. Poison Ivy mentions that there was an Elvis impersonator at their elopement in Vegas. The Animated Series in the s. Despite having no powers at all, she proves to be a valuable asset to the Squad, though she is easily the most mentally unstable Deadshot described her as "cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs.
Surprisingly, she does not show any visible reaction upon hearing of the Joker's "death" beyond stopping in her tracks and staring off into space, though after Deadshot snaps her out of her day dream and tells her to focus she replies "Focus.
Consider me very focused right now". In the fourth issue she is moved into isolation and separated from the rest of the Suicide Squad, which confuses the Belle Reeve guards as she is a powerless unstable woman, though as her guards ask what she could possibly do Waller insults the guard's intelligence and Quinn smiles at the guard.
She is not seen with the rest of the Suicide Squad when they are sent to put down the break out at Belle Reeve. It's revealed at the end of the fifth issue that Quinn somehow orchestrated the breakout and deactivated her bomb as a diversion to escape from Belle Reeve, and is shown to be going to Gotham City to learn about Joker's death.
Quinn returns to Gotham and begins a crime spree with henchmen in her image. During the issue Quinn flashbacks to her first meetings with Joker, though her origins have been slightly altered as of the reboot.
Unlike her DCAU counterpart and previous versions, Harleen never believed any of the Joker's tales about his childhood and is shown to be both incredibly intelligent and has some fighting proficiency as shown when she threatened the Joker upon realizing he has brought a knife into their first session. In their tenth session Joker reveals what he learned about Harley, that her father had been killed in a hit-and-run by a drunk, wealthy rich man who had enough connections to escape the charges and jail time.
Joker then presents her with the man's finger, explaining it would be difficult to sneak the man's fat corpse into the Asylum, but that he had already tried as much.
She tortures a psychologist and former friend for the location of Joker's body before slitting the woman's throat.
In order to get to his face Harley allows herself to be arrested by the GCPD and brought into their building. She and Savant fight, until she outsmarts Savant by trapping him in a pressure cell rigged to explode should he attempt to escape, and mockingly says to stay there.
She drops infrared bombs, blinding Deadshot, and sneaks up behind him, knocking him out with her sledgehammer. He wakes up unmasked and is forced to wear Joker's face. Harley, now believing that Deadshot is Joker, asks him why he didn't come back for her. Going along, he asks her that if she truly loves him, she would try to kill the Bat family.
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So happily, she runs towards 'the Joker', but Deadshot shoots her in the gut. Quinn survived, but requires surgery to recover from her grievous wounds. Amanda Waller still considers Harley as part of the Suicide Squad despite what had happened, but threatens her not to pull this kind of stunt again. Harley's near brush with death seemed to have cured her of her psychosis, and for a time, she refers to herself as 'Dr Harleen Quinzel' again.
Later in the series it is revealed that this was only temporary. It is possible Harley has developed multiple personality disorder. Harley returned to the team after her betrayal, but Deadshot seems to be against her returning to the squad. When Harley tries to 'make it up to him' she receives a punch in the face. When a gunman working for Basilisk who was being taken in for interrogation was poisoned, a traitor was suspected in the group. Deadshot appears to believe the traitor to be Harley Quinn after her rampage earlier on in the series.
When the plane they are flying on is destroyed by a member of Basilisk, the Suicide Squad lands somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico where a tribe of Mayans capture them and get ready to sacrifice many of the members. Sometime later Harley is seen in a storage unit with many of her "treasures" talking to her stuffed beaver. She is thinking about what it would be like for her to have her own comic book.
When she hears some voices who offer to depict her in her comics. First Becky Cloonan depicts her as a rock star in the middle of a concert, but she gets booed off stage resulting in her shooting her band, and asked to see another author.
Tony Daniel draws her as a giant robot dubbed "Harley-Zilla" by Harley, she goes around destroying the town but eventually decides to go with someone else. Next she is riding a dolphin and saves a cruise ship from some pirates, she was drawn as a businesswoman, and then a ninja who kills the previous artist that drew her.
Jim Lee then depicts Harley fighting Batman in the opera house from the Hush arc in the new style, but Harley doesn't want a reprint so she moves on, and is drawn doing her "rev up your Harley" scene from the animated series but she forgets her lines. She goes through being a soccer player, Miss Gotham winner, and ends up in the Tiny titans comic, but she attacks them with her hammer for their "sugarcoated nonsense".
Harley is then put into a car with Poison Ivy as they drive towards a cliff after they go over she gets moved into another car by Dave Johnson, which crashes into the Hollywood sign.
Jeremy Roberts, then makes fun of her time in the suicide squad by depicting Harley in many dangerous situations, afterwards she is put into a swamp where she is attacked by a monster version of The Joker, she kills it with her hammer and is happy after she gets transported to a sonny yacht by Darwyn Cooke. Where she and Catwoman plan to rob the people on board but they get defeated by Amanda Conner. She wakes up and finds a bomb left by the Joker which subsequently destroys her home, she survives and finds a comic of her whose art she likes.
Then a man in a car comes up to her and tells her that one of her former patients from Arkham left her some real estate in his will. Causing Harley to say "This is gonna be fun.
When she sees a man walking a sad dog through the street, causing her to attack the man with a whip and drag him down the street. Where she is spotted by a bounty hunter who tries to kill her, causing her to crash in the middle of a bridge, her new dog fetches her hammer and she proceeds to knock the guys head off for the trouble he caused.
Some time later she arrives at the apartment she meets Big Tony, Queenie, and the other tenants of the apartment. Then goes on a tour of her new four floor building, but soon learns she has to cover the expenses prompting her to get a job. She uses make up to cover up her dyed skin so she can appear as her "normal" self to get a job working as a therapist, then goes for try outs at a roller derby, where -after brutally beating up the other entrants- she gets a position on the team.
Later that night while relaxing on her rooftop a woman attempts to stab her but is shot by Big Tony. Afterwards they find a poster offering a two-million dollar reward for Harley dead or alive. Despite being somewhat absent-minded, she is shown to be highly trained in psychiatry and gymnastics. Harley completed with her psychiatry residency at Arkham Asylum, and is now a trained psychiatrist in both fields of psychoanalysis and criminology.
Harley Quinn is a highly skilled combatant due to her years as a criminal and uses her skills in gymnastics to help her in her fights. Harley's skills in gymnastics rival with those of Catwoman and Nightwing. Harley's strength and stamina has been augmented by injections given to her by Poison Ivy.