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My love for my Joker was stronger than their madhouse walls.
~ Harley Quinn expressing her love of the Joker.
You think I'm just a doll. A doll that's pink and light. A doll you can arrange any way you like. You're wrong. Very wrong. What you think of me is only a ghost of time. I am dangerous. And I will show you just how dark I can be.
~ Harley Quinn

Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, or also mainly known by her supervillain name Harley Quinn, is a supervillainess from DC Comics, originating from the DC Animated Universe's Batman: The Animated Series. She is the Joker's self-proclaimed girlfriend and henchwoman.

Personality

Harley Quinn is an eccentric and extravagant supervillainess who usually commits crimes with a sadistic glee and hyperactive energy. In most incarnations, she is loyal to the Joker regardless of how cruelly he treats her. Despite being a psychiatrist, Harley is often portrayed as rather dimwitted socially and logically, as she tends to fail to notice obvious problems or overthinks minor issues. However she is much more intelligent than she lets on, often causing friend and foe alike to underestimate her in the Mad Love storyline, she came closer to killing Batman than the Joker ever did and some incarnations even have a genius level IQ, despite her insanity. Her training as a psychiatrist gives her a knack for getting into people's heads. In addition to being a skilled manipulator, she's prone to explosive fits of rage and has a violent streak that almost rivals that of the Joker himself. Indeed, the very first incarnation of Harley could even intimidate him when she was angry, although later incarnations are often submissive and put up with his abuse out of a misplaced sense of loyalty.

Even though she keeps an enthusiastic and crazed demeanor, deep down she is secretly tormented and tragic as she is often depicted as a victim of physical, verbal and mental abuse, eroding her sanity and resulting in a sociopathic madwoman. Occasionally, she shows signs that she knows her obsession with the Joker is unhealthy and she will even have enough of the Joker and being evil and will try to fight on the side of good, such as when the world or someone she truly cares about is at stake but only a few incarnations have been able to fully break away from him.

Even when she is still on the evil side, she does have a sense of honor. For example, in the Injustice comic series, she refuses to fight Black Canary when she finds out she is pregnant. Harley also has her limits, and can be pushed too far, even by the Joker, causing her to leave and eventually team up and form a new romance with Poison Ivy.

Creation and Origin

Harley Quinn first appeared in Paul Dini's Batman: The Animated Series.[2][3] To the comic book canon, she was interning at Arkham Asylum as a psychologist when she met the Joker.

She got overly fixated on him and started believing she loved the Joker. From there, her character was included in The New Batman Adventures and into the DC Comics. She does whatever she has to do to achieve the Joker's approval. She also allies herself frequently with Poison Ivy, who she later became romantically involved with.

Joker either does not love her and just manipulates her into doing what he says or he can love her, but is just very vituperative and abusive. As what was originally supposed to be the animated equivalent of a walk-on role; a number of police officers were to be taken hostage by someone jumping out of a cake, and it was decided that to have the Joker do so himself would be too bizarre (although he ended up doing so anyway).

Dini thus created a female sidekick for the Joker. Arleen Sorkin, a former star of the soap opera Days of our Lives, appeared in a dream sequence in that series in which she wore a jester costume; Dini used this scene as an inspiration for Quinn. Having been friends with Sorkin since college, he incorporated aspects of her personality into the character.

Biography

Mad Love

The 1993 graphic novel Mad Love recounts the character's origin. Told in the style and continuity of Batman: The Animated Series and written and drawn by Dini and Timm, the comic book describes Harley as an Arkham Asylum psychiatrist who falls for the Joker and becomes his accomplice and on-off sidekick/lover.[4]

In High School, her gymnastic skills won her a scholarship to the local university where she studied criminal psychology. Though her grades were poor, she seduced her professor into passing her with top grades. She quickly applied for an internship at Arkham, hoping to write a successful book about her experience and get her own TV show.

At Arkham, she becomes fascinated with the Joker. He flirts with her, even leaving a flower on her desk. Harley volunteers to analyze him. She falls hopelessly in love nearly instantly with the Joker during their sessions when he tells her false stories about a traumatic childhood, and she helps him escape from the asylum more than once.

When the Joker is returned to Arkham after a battle with Batman, the sight of her badly injured patient drives Harley to don the costume and become Harley Quinn, the Joker's sidekick and on/off girlfriend. She later becomes fast friends with Poison Ivy, who injects her with antitoxins to give her the same immunity to poisons she has (which explains why she is not affected whenever the Joker releases his lethal laughing gas).

The Clown at Midnight

After Joker is shot in the face by a Batman impersonator, he had facial reconstructive surgery which gave him a fixed Glasgow smile. Because of these events, he started to go through a spiritual rebirth and had Harley Quinn murder his past henchmen to symbolize the rejection of his previous life. Harley managed to succeed in her mission despite Batman being hot on her heels and returned to Arkham Asylum where she got a bit intimate with the Joker.

However, Joker secretly had a razor with him and planned to slash Harley's throat then bathe in her blood in front of Batman to complete his transformation. Batman soon arrived and made Harley realize Joker's intentions before it was too late, causing her to twist the razor out of her lover's grasp. Heartbroken by his attempt on her life, Harley shot Joker in the shoulder out of revenge and asked if he still loved her before breaking off their relationship.

Harley has since been living with Catwoman and Poison Ivy, claiming she was done with the Joker and continued to join them in their activities. Although despite her claims, Harley occasionally shows strong signs of backsliding.

New 52

Harley Quinn's origins and history were altered for the New 52. In this continuity, Harley is still a former psychiatrist who had the Joker for a patient, but in she was not fooled by his sympathetic stories, and even caught him bringing a knife to their first session.

After the tenth session, Joker revealed what he had learned about her; that her father was killed by a drunk driver who was never punished for the crime. Joker then showed her the severed fingers of that same driver which he snuck into their interview as a gift for her. The clown claimed he could teach her to have that same strength that he used to punish her father's killer. She fell in love with him right then and there.

One of her colleagues, Dr. Sterano, found out about Harleen's relationship with the Joker, and tried to blackmail her. Enraged, Harleen tried to kill Sterano, but she was stopped by a security guard, whom she killed instead. Harleen then broke Joker out of Arkham and the pair went to the ACE Chemical Plant, where the Joker had his fateful first encounter with Batman. Joker pushed her into a chemical vat, then drained it when she sunk to the bottom. Harleen's skin had been bleached chalk white while Harleen herself had lost her grip on reality. Joker dubbed her Harley Quinn, and the two embrace.

Suicide Squad

Around the time Joker had his face cut off and disappeared from the public eye, Harley Quinn was enrolled into Amanda Waller's Suicide Squad after murdering a number of Joker's lawyers that had fail to keep him out of Arkham Asylum. Harley was forced to go on a couple of mission with the squad and soon became attracted to Deadshot, as his demanding personality was similar to Joker's strict nature with her. This soon resulted in the two villains having sexual intercourse with one another inside a bathroom.

Despite this, Harley eventually betrays the squad by trapping the group inside Blackgate Prison and starting a riot. She manages to capture Deadshot after obtaining Joker's severed face and ties him to a chair before placing the severed face over his. Harley then starts talking to Deadshot as if he was the Joker and demands why he left her. Deadshot decides to play along, saying that she needs to prove her love for him by getting rid of the Bat Family. Harley is overjoyed and tries to embrace him, but Deadshot manages to shoot her in the gut.

Afterwards, Harley recovered from her injury and rejoined the squad, only for another member to betray the group. Black Spider had planted post-hypnotic suggestions into the minds of all his teammates except Harley and Deadshot, forcing the pair to work together in order to save their comrades. Although they succeed, Deadshot is held hostage by Black Spider's employer, Regulus, who dares Harley to shoot him, even though she could potentially kill her teammate as well. Before Harley could decide, Deadshot managed to fire a bullet through his own chest, which killed Regulus and apparently himself.

Death of the Family

Harley Quinn was among various other attendees at Deadshot's funeral when everyone but her was infected with Joker Venom via poisonous rain. The Joker then appeared to greet Harley, but when she ran to hug him, the clown punched her square in the face while claiming she had something on it. Joker told Harley he missed her, and had missed her so much that he kept tabs on her while he was away. He knew about her time with the Suicide Squad and even her sexual encounter with Deadshot. Joker walked over to Deadshot's coffin with intent of mutilating the corpse inside when Harley angrily points a gun at him, telling Joker to say away. Although he believed that she would not of pulled the trigger, Joker decided to make a deal with Harley instead. He would leave Deadshot's body alone if she would do a favor for him.

Harley accepted his offer and soon found herself at the ACE Chemical Plant, where Joker pulled a cruel prank on her while he dressed her up to look like him as the Red Hood. Harley was then left alone to confront Batman as part of a trap Joker set up, and after performing her part in it, she admits to the Dark Knight that Joker has changed and was no longer the same man she fell in love with. Harley leaves Batman trapped within a filling chemical vat to find the Joker, who asks if she has changed since he has been away. Harley replies that she has not, but Joker does not believe her and starts to choke Harley with chains. He claims that she was becoming more "Harleen" than "Harley" and should shed away her humanity like he did to instead become a being of pure impulse.

Joker then reveals to Harley that he infected their beloved hyenas, Bud and Lou, with rabies before letting them loose on her. Harley had no choice but to put them down and sadly snapped the necks. Enraged by what Joker forced her to do, Harley attacks him and admits that she has changed. Her time in the Suicide Squad gave her a taste of what it's like to be a hero, and she liked it. However, she now will kill Joker for what he has done. Joker brushes off her threats, saying that she loves him too much to go that far. But Harley replies that while she does still love him, she does not have to live with him and decides she wants to break off their relationship. Joker agrees, and then strangles her unconscious.

When Harley awakens, she finds herself chained in a room full of skeletons. Joker claims that she was one of many Harley Quinns who have been deemed a failed experiment and she will now spend the rest of her life trapped inside that room. However, determined to show Joker that she was not some doll for him to play around with, Harley manages to escape by biting off her wrists and using her own blood as lubricant to free herself from the shackles. She then leaves the chemical plant to seek medical attention.

Heroes in Crisis

After the events of DC Rebirth, the heroes from the DC Universe, got threatened by new crisis. There is a massacre at a superhero refuge called the Sanctuary. Superman, Wonder Woman and the Batman find out about the massacre, finding out that either Harley Quinn or Booster Gold created the chaos. The tragedies in the hospital became much worst, while Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman started finding out much more various secrets behind the hospital it's self, and they started thinking of the unexplained why and how was the hospital made.

Future on, Wonder Woman has a battle between Booster Gold, while Batman and Superman continue researching the hospital. Secrets of the DC Universe get hacked and the hackers start leaking various secret informations about the DC Universe. The Trinity possibly found out who created the murders in the Sanctuary, while Harley and Booster from being enemies, became allies. In the end, they find out that Harley Quinn murdered Wally West and maybe Commander Steel.

However, it is later revealed that Wally West was responsible for the deaths and framed both Harley Quinn and Booster Gold for the massacre.

Movies & Series

DC Animated Universe

Main article: Harley Quinn (DC Animated Universe)

Birds of Prey

Main article: Harley Quinn (Birds of Prey)

The Batman

Harley Quinn (The Batman)

Harley Quinn in The Batman.

Harley Quinn appears in the fourth and fifth seasons of The Batman, again appearing as Joker's henchwoman.

However, here she is reimagined as a television talk show personality that helps people with psychological issues. However, her advice was often flawed and caused more harm than good. After attacking Bruce Wayne based on his multiple romances, her executives finally became fed up with her and cancelled her show.

Joker took advantage of the distraught Harley and manipulated her into believing he was the ultimate answer to her questions about psychology and her desire for romance. Harley fell for Joker and soon dawned an old jester costume, taking up the mantle of Harley Quinn.

Justice League: Gods and Monsters

Main article: Harlequin (Justice League: Gods and Monsters)

Though the character in Justice League: Gods and Monsters is more an adaptation of the obscure Green Lantern villain Harlequin, this version of said character incorporated elements of Harley Quinn into the character and even had her up against that universe's version of Batman.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Harley makes a minor appearance in Batman: The Brave and the Bold in an alternate costume while the Joker is Emperor Joker. She later would develop a small crush on Bat-Mite before deciding she loved the Joker more. She later appeared in the final episode.

DC Extended Universe

Main article: Harley Quinn (DC Extended Universe)

The LEGO Batman Movie

Main article: Harley Quinn (The Lego Batman Movie)

Arrow

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    Harley Quinn (Credited as Deranged Squad Female) Made a Cameo Appearence in the 2nd Season of Arrow as a Rejected Member of the Suicide Squad. There were Plans for her to play a Bigger Role in Seasons 3 and 4 of Arrow, but WB Embargoed the Characters for the DC Extended Universe.

Gotham

Main article: Ecco
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Ecco in Gotham 's fifth season.

While Dr. Harleen Quinzel does not appear in Gotham, the character is loosely merged into Barbara Kean, who takes most of her traits and actions, such as her love for anarchy and violence, as well as being an assistant (although briefly) to Jerome Valeska, who acts as a tribute and precursor to The Joker. Like Harley in the comics she eventually forms a group consisting of female supervillains like in the comic series Gotham City Sirens. Barbara was originally intended to be transformed into Harley Quinn at some point in the series, but this idea was scrapped.

A character based on Harley Quinn and acting as a precursor to the character by the name of Ecco debuts during the fourth season, acting as a devoted sidekick and bodyguard to Jeremiah Valeska (another character who acts as a possible origin to the Joker). Like Harley she is a blonde young woman, and later dons a jester like outfit similar to Quinn.

Harley Quinn appears to be foreshadowed in the series finale. Before Jeremiah (who appears to be edging towards his full transformation into the Joker) kills Ecco, he makes a reference to there being others after her, alluding to the fact he may meet Harley Quinn at some point in the future.

DC Animated Film Universe

Main article: Harley Quinn (DC Animated Film Universe)

Batman and Harley Quinn

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Batman and Harley Quinn.

Harley Quinn is the titular main protagonist of the 2017 DC animated film Batman and Harley Quinn. In the film, she is forced to team up with Batman and Nightwing to stop Poison Ivy and the Floronic Man from transforming all of humanity into plants.

Batman Ninja

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Harley Quinn in Batman Ninja

Harley Quinn is the secondary antagonist of the 2018 movie, Batman Ninja. She is Joker's right-hand woman, sidekick and lover. When Harley and Joker were flung back in time to Feudal Japan, they established they own ninja clan with Harley as it's second-in-command and Joker leading it as the feudal daimyo and Japan's most powerful warlord. Harley also has an intense rivalry with Catwoman.

Harley Quinn (TV series)

Main article: Harley Quinn (TV Series)

Harley Quinn appears as the titular main protagonist in DC Universe's adult animation series of the same name. She is voiced by Kaley Cuoco in her very first villainous role.

Video Games

Harley Quinn (DCUO)

Harley Quinn (DC Universe Online).

DC Universe Online

Harley Quinn makes an appearance as Joker's Hench girl and right-hand, in DC Universe Online.[5]

Alternate Future

In the alternate future, Harley assisted The Joker during the climatic battle between the Justice League and the Society. She was killed after she used her body to shield the Joker from an explosion caused by a combination of Black Adam, The Flash, and Green Lantern's powers. She appears to have killed or assisted in killing Robin sometime prior to this, as she is seen wearing his tattered cape.

Arkhamverse

Main article: Harley Quinn (Arkhamverse)

Injustice series

In Injustice: Gods Among Us, Harley helps the Joker bomb Metropolis, causing the eventual downfall of Superman. In the alternate universe, she allies herself with Batman to take down Superman's Regime. In Injustice 2, she fully redeems herself into a full-time superhero.

Additionally, the comic series reveals Harley gave birth to the Joker's daughter, but hid her with her sister so the Joker would never find out about her. Harley said that when she returned after 2 years of making sure her baby was safe, the Joker did not even realize she had left.

Batman: The Telltale Series

Main article: Harley Quinn (Telltale)

Trivia

  • Harley Quinn was created by Bruce Timm and Paul Dini.[6]
  • Her actual first appearance in the DC universe was in Batman: The Animated Series in the episode "Joker's Favor." She was originally intended to be just a one-shot character, but proved to be so popular that she was ultimately adapted into the mainstream comics.
  • Harley's Olympic-level gymnastic skills have said to rival that of Nightwing and Catwoman.
  • Harley is the second most recurring villain of the DC Animated Universe (ahead of Joker and behind Lex Luthor).
  • Harley Quinn was supposed to appear alongside the Scarecrow as one of the main antagonists of Batman Unchained, a planned fifth entry in the live action Batman film series that ran from 1989 to 1997. Here, she would have been rewritten into the daughter of the Joker from the first film seeking revenge for her father. However, after the universal negative reception to the fourth entry, Batman & Robin, the film was cancelled.
  • In Batman Unchained, Harley would have been portrayed by Madonna.[7]
  • Harley Quinn was supposed to appear as a DLC character in Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, but this was cancelled when the developer, Midway, went bankrupt.[8]
  • She is featured in the sci-fi movie Ready Player One.[9]
  • The New Earth version of Harley Quinn is Jewish but her Prime Earth counterpart seems to be foreign to Jewish tradition. However, it has been confirmed in DC Rebirth Holiday Special 2017 that Prime Earth Harley Quinn is Christian-Jewish like her New Earth self.
    • Similarly, Harley Quinn from Batman: The Animated Series dislikes the taste of fish, while Harley Quinn of Prime Earth likes anchovies on pizza (although they make her gassy).

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Television
Original
Anti-Hall Monitor | Artemiz | Big Barda | Blackfire | Brainiac | Calculator | Captain Cold | Catwoman | Cheetah | Dark Opal | Darkseid | Dragon King | Eclipso | June Moone | Female Furies | Firefly | General Zod | Giganta | Golden Glider | Granny Goodness | Harley Quinn | Killer Croc | Killer Moth | King Shark | Kryptomites | Lashina | Lena Luthor | Lex Luthor | Lion-Mane | Mad Harriet | Mad Hatter | Magpie | Poison Ivy | Rampage | Sinestro | Solomon Grundy | Speed Queen | Star Sapphire | Stompa | The Riddler | Trigon

Reboot
Catwoman | Cheetah | General Zod | Giganta | Harley Quinn | Lena Luthor | Lex Luthor | Livewire | Non | Poison Ivy | Star Sapphire | Starro | Ursa | Super Villain Girls | Dex-Starr | Bizarro Supergirl | Alternate Reality Babs | Deathstroke | Fuseli | Casey Krinski | Penguin

           TheMaskLogo Villains

Comics
The Mask | Walter

Movies
The Mask: The Mask | Dorian Tyrell | Sweet Eddy | Orlando | Freeze | Niko
Son of the Mask: The Mask | Loki

Television
The Mask | Pretorius | Walter | Putty Thing | Skillit | Kablamus | Dr. Amelia Chronos | The Devil | Davida Steelmine | Fish Guy | Gorgonzola

Crossovers
Harley Quinn | Joker | Lobo

References

  1. Who The Hell Is Harleen Frances Quinzel (Harley Quinn)
  2. The Story of Harley Quinn: How a '90s Cartoon Character Became an Icon
  3. 22 Years Ago: Harley Quinn Made Her First Appearance In Comics
  4. The truth about Harley Quinn and Joker's relationship
  5. DC Universe Online Is Adding A Birds Of Prey Episode Soon
  6. Bruce Timm Was Unaware Of Harley Quinn's Popularity
  7. 10 Iconic Actors Who Almost Played Batman Villians
  8. DLC for Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe Canceled
  9. Ready Player One: Every DC Easter Egg & Cameo
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