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  • Harley Quinn es una villana de LEGO Batman: El Videojuego. La Dr. Harleen Quinzel era una psiquiatra en ciernes con una obsesión por los locos criminales, específicamente el Guason. Ella era una gran doctora, pero una simple entrevista con el Guason torcio su mente. Después de llegar a la conclusión de que su "queridito" no pertenecía al Asilo Arkham, se puso un traje de bufón y se convirtió en su novia, Harley Quinn
  • Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel (also known as Harley Quinn) is a villainess from the Batman series and one of the many major antagonists of DC Comics. She is the Joker's self-proclaimed girlfriend and henchgirl. She was created by Paul Dini and first appeared in his Batman cartoon. According 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. She does whatever she has to do to achieve the Joker's approval. She also allies herself frequently with Poison Ivy. Depending on the writer and story, Joker either doesn't love her and just manipulates her into doing what he says or he can love her but is just very abusive.
  • Harley Quinn is a supervillain from Gotham City, pairing herself with the Joker or Poison Ivy.
  • Erika, commonly known as Harley Quinn, is a insane alcoholic-influenced locomotive.
  • Harley Quinn is the Joker's on-and-off girlfriend, and possesses acrobatic skills along with enhanced strength and speed thanks to her friend Poison Ivy. Stephanie met Harley Quinn in Joker: Last Laugh (3), when she and Cassandra were sent by Oracle to save The Joker's girlfriend from a jokerized Phobia and other cohorts. Harley referred to our dynamic duo as "the campfire girls" and all three of them ended up getting captured, but Oracle dialed "1-800 Power Girl" to rescue them. Power Girl took Harley away. Learn more about Harley here
  • Harley Quinn (bürgerlich: Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel) ist der Name einer Verbrecherin aus dem DC Universum.
  • __FORCETOC__ Harley Quinn – dawny członek grupy zadaniowej X, która została uznana za zbyt obłąkaną, aby można jej było ufać na misji.
  • Harley Quinn is the girlfriend henchwoman of the Joker.
  • Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, or simply known as Harley Quinn, is a well known super villian and girlfriend of the supervillan The Joker. Harley has for years been one of Batman's villians and has been known to wrestle as well.
  • "Dr. Harleen Quinzel was the Joker's psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum...until she fell in love with him and reinvented herself as the madcap villain Harley Quinn." Lego Batman DS
  • Harley Quinn is a disregarded member of the Suicide Squad. She had been deemed too deranged to be trusted on the Suicide Squad's mission to appropriate the nerve agent from Gholem Qadir in Markovia.
  • Harley Quinn is the Joker's girlfriend. She's almost as crazy as he is, except she's more fun at parties. Born and raised in Gotham City, former psychologist Harleen Quinzel is living proof that Arkham Asylum is the dumbest place you could ever send somebody to make them get better. When she's not hanging out with Poison Ivy, she's usually flirting with Batman, Robin or... Batgirl? God knows all three would be a step-up.
  • Harley Quinn is a former super-villainess and love interest to the Joker who first appeared in Batman: The Animated Series and later appeared as an anti-hero in the DC Universe.
  • Harley Quinn is published by DC Comics. Current price per issue is $2.99.
  • Harley Quinn ist eine Minifigur aus der Baureihe Batman und Super Heroes. Die Minifigur ist 2008 (Batman) und 2012 (Super Heroes) erschien.
  • After Joker's latest escape and re-capture by Batman, Quinzel went insane and adopted the clownish persona of Harley Quinn; her first act was to break Joker out again. Thereafter she was his semi-constant companion and lover. She occasionally broke away from him, but always ended up going back to him in the end. For the Joker's part, while he had found her to be an annoyance some of the time, he was able to skillfully manipulate her to serve his needs.
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  • Dr. Harleen Francis Quinzel, also known as Harley Quinn AND is a 'VILLAIN' not 'ANTI-HERO', first appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Jokers Favor" (episode #022, original air date: September 11, 1992) where she served as a humorous female sidekick to the Joker. In her first appearances she was depicted as a character completely devoted to the Joker, totally oblivious to his psychotic nature and his obvious lack of affection for her - a characterization that has remained more or less consistent throughout her subsequent appearances. Her name is a play on the word 'harlequin'.
  • Harley Quinn (Dr. Harleen Quinzel) is a fictional character, a supervillainess, in the animated series Batman: The Animated Series, later adapted into DC Comics' Batman comic books. As suggested by her name (a play on the word "harlequin"), she is clad in the manner of a traditional harlequin jester. The character is a frequent accomplice and would-be-girlfriend of Batman's nemesis the Joker, and is also a close ally of supervillainess Poison Ivy. The character was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm and was voiced in the Batman: The Animated Series and its tie-ins by Arleen Sorkin, and most recently by Hynden Walch on The Batman. In the Birds of Prey series, she was portrayed by actress Mia Sara.
  • An interview between esteemed psychiatrist Jonathan Crane with former Arkham Asylum psycho therapist Harleen Frances Quinzel. Doctor Quinzel: Eh, what's up doc? Other than the cost of mental healthcare? Doctor Crane: Hello, Harleen, it's good to see you again. Please, take a seat. Doctor Quinzel: I would Jon, but you took away my whoopie cushion, so wheres the fun in that? Doctor Crane: Harleen, I think you suffer from borderline personality dis... Doctor Crane: Listen, I know you're angry... Doctor Crane: Ms. Quinzel... Doctor Crane: *sigh* Alright, let's try a Rorschach test.
  • There is absolutely no televised information regarding Harleen Quinzel's childhood, upbringing, education, or city of origin. The earliest information available is in regards to her intern work. Harleen was a gifted psychological doctor based in Gotham City. She was incredibly interested in what she called "extreme personalities" and so decided to intern for a while at Arkham Asylum, an insane institution known for housing the more eccentric and notorious criminals who plagued the city. Though she was warned to be cautious around the inmates, she quickly found herself fascinated by the patients, in particular the criminal known as The Joker. He himself seemed interested in her right off the bat.
  • Harley Quinn (Harleen Frances Quinzel) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of the superhero Batman. The character was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, and first appeared on Batman: The Animated Series in September 1992. She later appeared in DC Comics' Batman comic books, with her first comic book appearance in The Batman Adventures #12 (Sept. 1993).
  • La doctora Harleen Frances Quinzel era una psiquiatra del asilo Arkham cuando se enamoró del Joker, le ayudó a escapar y se convirtió en la villana Harley Quinn. Fue creada por Paul Dini y Bruce Timm para Batman: La Serie Animada, y su popularidad fue tal que pronto pasaría a formar parte regular del Universo DC. Su primera aparición fue en 1992 en el episodio nº 22 (Joker's Favor) de la serie ya mencionada.
  • Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, also known as Harley Quinn (a pun on the word "harlequin"), first appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Joker's Favor", where she served as a humorous female sidekick to the Joker. In her first appearances she was depicted as a character completely devoted to the Joker, totally oblivious to his psychotic nature and obvious lack of affection for her; this characterization has remained more or less consistent throughout her subsequent appearances.
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  • Psychologist Dr. Harleen Quinzel became the wild and wacky LEGO Harley Quinn after meeting The Joker at Arkham Asylum. Instead of curing her crazy patient, she became his prankster partner in crime! Together, they terrorize the citizens of Gotham City with toxic laughing gas and other dangerous gags in their crazy crime spree and menacing mission stop LEGO Batman once and for all!
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  • Harleen Frances Quinzel
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  • weiblich
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aktor
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  • Harl, Harley
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  • Supersalto
  • Agilidad, gadgets, disfraz, resistencia, combate sin armas, combate armado
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  • Amanda Waller and Harley Quinn.png
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  • Harley Quinn
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  • Harley Quinn
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  • 1
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  • Female
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  • riesiger Hammer
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  • Contradictory, Extravagant Villainess
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  • Kriminelle
  • Verbrecherin
  • Psychiaterin
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  • English
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  • siehe links
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Creador
  • Jonathan Smith
  • Bruce Timm, Paul Dini
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  • Arrow
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  • Harley Quinn
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  • 26
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  • Jokerz
  • Villanos
  • Suicide Squad
  • Secret Six
  • Sociedad Secreta de Supervillanos
  • Liga de la Justicia de la Anarkia
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  • Sirenas de Ciudad Gotica
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  • To keep Mr. J very happy no matter what.
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  • Surprising strength and stamina, superior gymnastic skills, skilled psychologist , injected with a drug by Poison Ivy in the comics that makes her immune to most poisons
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  • The Batman Adventures #12
  • Batman: The Animated Series "Joker's Favor"
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  • Die Psychologin Dr. Harleen Quinzel wurde zur wilden und verrückten LEGO Harley Quinn, nachdem sie Joker im Arkham Asylum getroffen hatte. Anstatt ihren verrückten Patienten zu heilen, wurde sie zu seiner schelmischen Komplizin bei der Verübung von Verbrechen! Auf ihrer Verbrechenstour und bei ihrer boshaften Mission, LEGO Batman ein für alle Mal loszuwerden, versetzen sie die Einwohner von Gotham City mit giftigem Lachgas und anderen gefährlichen Späßen in Angst und Schrecken!
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  • PhD in Criminal Psychology
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  • This is
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  • Psychiatrist
  • High intelligence
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  • Toxic immunity
  • Exceptional agility and strength
  • Immunity to most toxins
  • Master gymnast
  • Trained psychiatrist
  • Skilled Gymnast, Exceptional hand to hand combatant
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  • Harley Quinn, Harley Poo , Dr. Quinzel
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  • Loving the Joker and caring for him, causing havoc and having fun
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  • Charlotte Donovan Quinzel
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  • See Also: Dr. Harleen Quinzel
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  • Harley Quinn es una villana de LEGO Batman: El Videojuego. La Dr. Harleen Quinzel era una psiquiatra en ciernes con una obsesión por los locos criminales, específicamente el Guason. Ella era una gran doctora, pero una simple entrevista con el Guason torcio su mente. Después de llegar a la conclusión de que su "queridito" no pertenecía al Asilo Arkham, se puso un traje de bufón y se convirtió en su novia, Harley Quinn
  • Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel (also known as Harley Quinn) is a villainess from the Batman series and one of the many major antagonists of DC Comics. She is the Joker's self-proclaimed girlfriend and henchgirl. She was created by Paul Dini and first appeared in his Batman cartoon. According 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. She does whatever she has to do to achieve the Joker's approval. She also allies herself frequently with Poison Ivy. Depending on the writer and story, Joker either doesn't love her and just manipulates her into doing what he says or he can love her but is just very abusive.
  • La doctora Harleen Frances Quinzel era una psiquiatra del asilo Arkham cuando se enamoró del Joker, le ayudó a escapar y se convirtió en la villana Harley Quinn. Fue creada por Paul Dini y Bruce Timm para Batman: La Serie Animada, y su popularidad fue tal que pronto pasaría a formar parte regular del Universo DC. Su primera aparición fue en 1992 en el episodio nº 22 (Joker's Favor) de la serie ya mencionada. A partir de allí, su voz fue interpretada durante años por la actriz Arleen Sorkin en las series animadas y posteriormente por Hynden Walch en The Batman. El origen definitivo del personaje fue escrito en el cómic unitario The Batman Adventures: Mad Love de 1994 y su inserción oficial en el Universo DC ocurrió en 1999 durante la saga Tierra de Nadie (No Man's Land en inglés), siempre de la mano del guionista Paul Dini.
  • Dr. Harleen Francis Quinzel, also known as Harley Quinn AND is a 'VILLAIN' not 'ANTI-HERO', first appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Jokers Favor" (episode #022, original air date: September 11, 1992) where she served as a humorous female sidekick to the Joker. In her first appearances she was depicted as a character completely devoted to the Joker, totally oblivious to his psychotic nature and his obvious lack of affection for her - a characterization that has remained more or less consistent throughout her subsequent appearances. Her name is a play on the word 'harlequin'. The origin of the character was recounted in a 1994 graphic novel The Batman Adventures: Mad Love. Told in the style and continuity of Batman: The Animated Series and written and drawn by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm (two of the producers of the animated series and Harley's creators) the comic book revealed Harley's origins as an Arkham Asylum psychiatrist who fell in love with the Joker. The story was widely praised and won the Eisner and Harvey Awards for Best Single Issue Comic of the Year. The Mad Love story was originally thought too violent for the animated series, though it was eventually adapted in The New Batman Adventures series episode "Mad Love" in 1999. This made it the first "animated style" comic book which was adapted for the series (the other being a holiday special adapted into the episode "Holiday Knights").
  • Harley Quinn is a supervillain from Gotham City, pairing herself with the Joker or Poison Ivy.
  • Erika, commonly known as Harley Quinn, is a insane alcoholic-influenced locomotive.
  • Harley Quinn is the Joker's on-and-off girlfriend, and possesses acrobatic skills along with enhanced strength and speed thanks to her friend Poison Ivy. Stephanie met Harley Quinn in Joker: Last Laugh (3), when she and Cassandra were sent by Oracle to save The Joker's girlfriend from a jokerized Phobia and other cohorts. Harley referred to our dynamic duo as "the campfire girls" and all three of them ended up getting captured, but Oracle dialed "1-800 Power Girl" to rescue them. Power Girl took Harley away. Learn more about Harley here
  • Harley Quinn (bürgerlich: Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel) ist der Name einer Verbrecherin aus dem DC Universum.
  • __FORCETOC__ Harley Quinn – dawny członek grupy zadaniowej X, która została uznana za zbyt obłąkaną, aby można jej było ufać na misji.
  • Harley Quinn is the girlfriend henchwoman of the Joker.
  • Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, or simply known as Harley Quinn, is a well known super villian and girlfriend of the supervillan The Joker. Harley has for years been one of Batman's villians and has been known to wrestle as well.
  • "Dr. Harleen Quinzel was the Joker's psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum...until she fell in love with him and reinvented herself as the madcap villain Harley Quinn." Lego Batman DS
  • Harley Quinn is a disregarded member of the Suicide Squad. She had been deemed too deranged to be trusted on the Suicide Squad's mission to appropriate the nerve agent from Gholem Qadir in Markovia.
  • There is absolutely no televised information regarding Harleen Quinzel's childhood, upbringing, education, or city of origin. The earliest information available is in regards to her intern work. Harleen was a gifted psychological doctor based in Gotham City. She was incredibly interested in what she called "extreme personalities" and so decided to intern for a while at Arkham Asylum, an insane institution known for housing the more eccentric and notorious criminals who plagued the city. Though she was warned to be cautious around the inmates, she quickly found herself fascinated by the patients, in particular the criminal known as The Joker. He himself seemed interested in her right off the bat. The Joker expressed how he felt he could relate to her (one reason being her name sounding like harlequin) and he wanted to reveal the secrets he'd kept buried for years. Considering this her big break, Harleen studied up on The Joker and any information she could find on his clown-based persona and after three months, she managed to set up a session with him. During the session, The Joker told Harleen stories of domestic abuse at the hand of his drunkard father. He describes his only fond memory with his father as the time they went to the circus. After this memorable event, he mentions trying to make his father laugh again afterward only to have his nose broken. The tales of The Joker's beatings seemed to horrify and disturb her incredibly, making her empathize with him more than a psychologist normally should have. She soon came to the conclusion that the supposed "psychotic madman" known as The Joker was simply a child who never grew up, his gags becoming sadistic only after reoccurring abuse warped his perception of the norm. The renegade, self-proclaimed hero known as Batman seemed to serve as a looming shadow representing The Joker's abusive father. After regular sessions, Harleen felt she understood The Joker more than anyone else, and soon found she had, in fact, fallen deeply in love with him. She kept this a secret in order to continue her sessions with who she considered to be "her" patient. However, after The Joker escaped from Arkham and was recaptured in a horrific beaten state (at the hand of Batman yet again), Harleen couldn't hold back her emotions anymore. Arming herself with a plethora of gag-related weaponry (a rubber chicken for example), she donned a harlequin costume complete with mask and makeup and began her new persona of Harley Quinn. She caught the asylum's security off guard and broke The Joker out of Arkham in a grand escape. She has been working as his accomplice, personal bodyguard and loyal right-hand ever since. She tends to get stuck doing much of the dirty work, such as driving the get away car, carrying loot, and being the look out or bait. She also does a good amount of the fighting for The Joker's side, wielding an impressive arrangement of weapons including machine guns, bazookas, giant mallets, pogo sticks, wrenches, mannequin body parts, and an oversize pop gun that shoots anything from a giant cork to a retractable punching glove. At their hideouts, Harley is the one who cleans, keeps the place in order, and feeds the two hyenas they keep as pets. Though he would play along with "the kid" on a steady basis, The Joker obviously did not share in Harley’s sense of devotion. He wouldn't hesitate to hit her if she angered or annoyed him enough. On many occasions, he would literally throw her out the door to the curb, though he always expected her to come back (which she almost always did). Despite a few honest attempts to leave her persona and The Joker behind, Harley never stays away from him for long. In fact, even when The Joker's abuse and manipulation drives Harley seemingly past the point of forgiveness, all he has to do is offer the tiniest indication of recognition or approval and she will fall for him all over again. Most recently, Harley had tried pulling off a variation of one of The Joker's plans to both prove she could execute one of his plans on her own and eliminate Batman, the one thing she feels is plaguing The Joker's life. She successfully captured Batman and was close to destroying him completely before he reveals the painful past The Joker had shared with Harley at the beginning had been a lie. She allows her emotions to get the better of her and she is tricked into calling The Joker to the scene. The Joker was furious beyond belief that she would try to kill Batman on her own, an honor reserved for him alone. In his rage, he hits her and sends her flying out the top story window and into a pile of garbage below. She is taken to Arkham once again, in bad condition but alive. She decides once again that this was the last straw and she would never again go back to The Joker. However, a single rose in her room with a brief get well message on it from "J" causes that thought to flee from her mind. This is the last episode she is in for the rest of the series, however, not including Batman Beyond (which may/may not be included in her history). Abilities/Powers: Harley Quinn has absolutely no magical or supernatural powers of any kind. No abnormal body parts or nuclear-powered machine guns infused into her flesh either. Harley is small in frame but is actually incredibly strong, though not on a superhuman level. She is one of The Joker’s strongest goons and often serves as his personal body guard. Though she is usually seen wielding some kind of weapon, she is a good physical fighter, especially when it comes to martial arts. Her kicks are a thing to be reckoned with. In addition to strength, Harley is extremely agile and acrobatic. She can often be seen cartwheeling into battle and back flipping through laser security systems. She has an astonishing amount of endurance and energy, especially considering how often she is bouncing around in battle. She'll of course get tired after an extended amount of this, but she can certainly last longer than the average person. When Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy started working together, Ivy gave Harley a special shot that made her immune to all poisons and airborne toxins. She’s only seen receiving this shot once, but its effects seem to have lasted the entire series afterward, so it’s safe to say it’s still in effect. Bulleted Version for Comic/TV Canon: -Exceptional agility and strength; skilled gymnast -Immunity to most toxins -Psychologist (trained in psychoanalysis), so she's pretty intelligent NERF'D Version: - Smart, but a bit dim-witted at times due to her rather childlike tendencies (also a stereotypical blond) She isn't going to be making bombs anytime soon, even if she's not afraid to set them off. - She will maintain her agility/gymnastic abilities, but they will be more of a lifelike manner than the things she can manage on the cartoon. (ie: no leaping off buildings, rolling and surviving.) She will also be of normal, fit strength levels. (ie: she's a tiny little thing .. she might be wiry, but there won't be any lifting of huge bookshelves all by her lonesome) - Her toxin immunity might help, but will not fully protect her from the things she might will likely encounter on the boat. Effects from said toxins will not be stopped but will be lessened/slowed enough for her to do something about them. Personality: An adult woman skipping, cartwheeling, singing to herself, blowing large bubblegum bubbles, and spinning around in her seat might normally be an extremely creepy sight. However, this juvenile behavior just seems to fit Harley to the point where one might not find it all that weird. Her behavior replicates that of a child to the point where many people find themselves calling her "kid" despite the fact she obviously isn't one. Her devotion to The Joker has seemingly instilled a need to replicate the concept of "a big kid who never grew up" for herself. It's become second nature for her to the point in which she acts like this whether The Joker is present or not. As with The Joker, her childish antics often take a very morbid light when in the context of gangster activity. Though her bubbly disposition and optimistic outlook is a large part of her charm, her allies can count on her loyalty first and foremost. She is fully and completely dedicated to those she considers her friends. Conversely, this dedication also causes her to be especially devoted against those who would harm those she cherishes. The problem here is her primary focus of loyalty is to The Joker, who is a well-known backstabber. When the two are together, one would have to watch out for her. Aside from the Joker, Harley seems to generally get along with underground criminals. She also seems to get along with many of the other Arkham inmates, counting Poison Ivy, Two-Face and Scarface amongst her "friends". It's this charisma that gives her a sense of a surrogate family of sorts among her friends. She even has "her babies," a pair of full-grown hyenas she fawns over like a loving mother. Where she and The Joker may have gotten these things is a mystery, but it's a good guess that they were probably stolen from a zoo or circus. Though they are The Joker's, Harley is the one seen caring for them and feeding them. They seem to understand what she says and follow her every command like a couple of dogs. She treats many of her allies as family and tends to act as either "the mommy" or the little sister figure depending on the person. This idea of a family seems to be very important to her. It's not very clear why, but a good guess would be she is trying to replicate the family she feels The Joker never had the chance to experience. Though she is very strong-willed, she allows "her puddin'" to hit her when he's angry without ever thinking of striking back. This is most probably because she sees his abuse as a replication of what his own father supposedly did to him. Violence is what he needs to get his rage out; this is the lesson Harley figures he has learned from his childhood abuse. Thus, she allows him to do so. However, when the Joker's self-focused tendencies take hold and he decides to back stab her, she suddenly transforms into the girlfriend from hell, ready to throttle the daylights out of him. There was a point in which The Joker was going to bomb the city without stopping to rescue Harley from the asylum first. Though it took her a while, she finally understood that fact and was plenty ready to shoot the Joker in the face. However, she accidentally grabbed one of the gag guns that shot out a "Rat Tat Tat" flag instead of bullets, causing The Joker to laugh and the two to embrace as if nothing had happened. Where The Joker is concerned, Harley is quick enough to forgive. Time and again he will betray her or hospitalize her, but she will always run right back to him, desperate for his acceptance and love. All he would need to do is offer her a smile and anything he may have done to her will be forgiven. Appearance: Harley Quinn is about of average height (5'8": 145 lbs) for an adult woman of 26. She has medium length blond hair, which is usually kept in pigtails when out of costume, and bright blue eyes. She's thin and in peak physical condition. With a full body suit, she might come off as petite, but shorts or a t-shirt would show a bit of muscle, especially in the leg area. Her most prominent feature is the enormous grin she seems to have plastered on her face at all times. When in costume, Harley wears a skintight black and red clown leotard with small diamonds symmetrically providing a simple design. She wears a clown hood which extends into two "ears" which very neatly fit over her ponytails. Her face is painted completely white, broken only by a black mask around her eyes and red-black lipstick.
  • Harley Quinn is the Joker's girlfriend. She's almost as crazy as he is, except she's more fun at parties. Born and raised in Gotham City, former psychologist Harleen Quinzel is living proof that Arkham Asylum is the dumbest place you could ever send somebody to make them get better. When she's not hanging out with Poison Ivy, she's usually flirting with Batman, Robin or... Batgirl? God knows all three would be a step-up.
  • Harley Quinn (Dr. Harleen Quinzel) is a fictional character, a supervillainess, in the animated series Batman: The Animated Series, later adapted into DC Comics' Batman comic books. As suggested by her name (a play on the word "harlequin"), she is clad in the manner of a traditional harlequin jester. The character is a frequent accomplice and would-be-girlfriend of Batman's nemesis the Joker, and is also a close ally of supervillainess Poison Ivy. The character was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm and was voiced in the Batman: The Animated Series and its tie-ins by Arleen Sorkin, and most recently by Hynden Walch on The Batman. In the Birds of Prey series, she was portrayed by actress Mia Sara. Harley Quinn first appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Joker's Favor" (episode #22, original airdate: September 11, 1992), 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 (though he ended up doing so anyway). A female follower of the Joker was thus created. Arleen Sorkin, formerly starring in the soap opera Days of our Lives, appeared in a dream sequence in which she wore a jester costume - Dini used this scene as an inspiration, writing the character specifically so Sorkin could voice her[citation needed]. Dini, who had been friends with Sorkin for years, incorporated aspects of her personality into the character. Sorkin's portrayal of Harley appears to be not only her own persona and quirks, but also seems to be a semi-caricature of actress Judy Holliday[citation needed]. The 1994 graphic novel Mad Love recounts the character's origin. It reveals that Joker intended to twist her mind as a joke because her name was close sounding to the word harlequin, a clown character in commedia dell'arte. 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 in love with the Joker and becomes his accomplice and on-again, off-again girlfriend. The story received wide praise [1] and won the Eisner and Harvey Awards for Best Single Issue Comic of the Year. The New Batman Adventures series adapted Mad Love as the episode "Mad Love" in 1999, making it the third "animated style" comic book adapted for the series (the others being Holiday Knights and "Joker's Millions"). As portrayed in the comic, she becomes fascinated with the Joker while interning at Arkham, and volunteers to analyze him. She falls in love nearly instantly with the Joker during their sessions. After helping him escape from the asylum more than once, she is caught by her superiors, who revoke her license and put her in her own cell. During an earthquake in Gotham City, she flees and becomes Harley Quinn, the Joker's partner-in-crime. The character proved so popular that she was eventually added to the Batman comic book canon (although she had already appeared in the Elseworlds mini-series Thrillkiller in 1997). The comic book version of Quinn, like the comic book version of The Joker, is more dangerously psychotic and less humorously kooky than the animated series version. Quinn's DC Universe comic book origin, revealed in Batman: Harley Quinn (October 1999), is largely an adaptation of her animated origin from the Mad Love graphic novel. A Harley Quinn ongoing series was published monthly by DC Comics for 38 issues from 2001 to 2003. Creators who contributed to the title included Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson, A.J. Lieberman and Mike Huddleston. The series ends with Harley turning herself in to Arkham Asylum. She then appears in the Jeph Loeb series Hush. She is next seen in Villains United Infinite Crisis special, where she is one of the many villains who escape from Arkham. (She is, however, knocked unconscious the moment she escapes). In the One Year Later continuity, Harley Quinn is an inmate at Arkham, glimpsed briefly in Detective Comics #823. Harley next appeared in Batman #663, in which she helps the Joker with a plan to kill all his former henchmen, unaware that the "punchline" to the scheme is her own death. Upon realizing this, she shoots him in the shoulder. Harley resurfaces in Detective Comics #831, written by Paul Dini. She is still a borderline psychotic, but has apparently reformed. Harley has spent the last year applying for parole, only to see her request systematically rejected by Bruce Wayne, the layman member of Arkham's medical commission. She is kidnapped by Sugar, the new female Ventriloquist, who offers her a job; Harley turns the job down out of respect for the memory of Arnold Wesker, the original Ventriloquist, and helps Batman and Commissioner Gordon foil the imposter's plans. Although Sugar escapes, Bruce Wayne is impressed with Harley's effort at redemption, and agrees with granting her parole. In Birds of Prey #105, Harley Quinn is revealed as the sixth member of the Secret Six. In issue #108, upon hearing that Oracle has sent the Russian authorities footage of teammate Deadshot murdering the Six's employer as payback for double-crossing them, Harley asks, "Is it a bad time to say 'I quit'?", thus leaving the team. Relationships JOKER Harley's relationship with the Joker is one of the most popular in the DC Universe. While he often abuses her, sometimes near the point of death, there are as many instances that show a mutually affectionate side to their bizarre relationship. Certain stories imply that the Joker wrestles with the confusing reality of actually caring for someone, giving in to the sentiment more or less at times depending on his mood or state of mind. Of course other writers easily refute that considering Joker's long history without her. A more in-depth look at the early stages of their DC Universe relationship is provided in Greg Rucka's No Man's Land novel. In the book Joker's initial reaction to Harley in her new mental state is a mixture of fascination and annoyance. Something that he can only seem to guess at causes him to not kill her and to keep her around. One part describes Joker observing Harley during one of their outings, "Harley, he had discovered, had tricks. One of her favorites involved a rusty cheese grater and a stapler. It didn't always work, mostly because people didn't tend to sit still for that sort of thing, but it gave Joker a consistent laugh, and he figured in time Harley would have it down to a science." In Batman #663, it is revealed that Harley included in her college thesis the theory that the Joker is constantly reinventing his personality; after she is corrupted, however, she refuses to accept that his love for her is not a constant. Furthermore, Joker relents after Harley defends herself against him, saying he will let her live, but that it would be better if she were disfigured. She apparently consents, but Batman attacks as Joker traces a razor against her cheek. The issue ends with Harley putting a bullet through Joker's shoulder. However, in Paul Dini's Detective run, Harley tells the Riddler that she's broken up with the Joker; confirming that they are no longer "on speaking terms". From this point onwards, Harley goes solo. Her once manic love for him has waned, and Harley seems at ease with herself and content in her current state. POISON IVY Batman: The Animated Series In the episode "Harley and Ivy", the Joker, frustrated with Quinn, kicks her out, so she steals a Harlequin Diamond in a museum to prove her worth. At the same time, Poison Ivy robs the museum of plant toxins. The two become quick friends and Ivy takes her back to her lair in a toxic waste dump where she takes care of her and injects her with a serum which has given Harley an immunity to all toxins and poisons. Harley and Ivy team up for a number of successful capers, becoming Gotham City's "Queens of Crime". Their partnership ends temporarily after the Joker welcomes Harley back. Ivy is continually frustrated by Harley's lingering feelings for the Joker. However, the friendship survives, and Ivy remains Harley's first port of call when she and The Joker go through a rough patch. She adopts the role of older sister and teller of harsh truths to Harley about her helpless infatuation with the Joker. When Ivy demands during "Harley and Ivy" that Harley stand up for herself, Harley says "I'm not a doormat — am I?" Ivy replies, "If you had a middle name, it would be 'Welcome'." She refers to Poison Ivy as "Red" (a reference to her red hair). Harley and Ivy made several appearances working together in other episodes and in the flash animated series Gotham Girls, the comic book of the same name, and a three-part mini-series entitled Harley and Ivy — in which they were shown sharing a bed. There are many other sapphic interpretations. Harley and Ivy are also shown working together in the Static Shock Season 3 premiere "Hard As Nails". DC Universe Comic The relationship between Harley and Ivy was integrated into the comics in Batman: Harley Quinn. In that comic, Joker finds himself beginning to care for her. Naturally, this can't be countenanced, so he decides to kill her. After he takes an apparently drugged Harley into his bed for what may or may not be the consummation of their relationship, he lures her into a rocket ship, telling her, in part: "I've noticed some changes coming over me since you came into my life. I've been reminded what it was like to be part of a couple. To care for someone who cares for me. It's the first time in recent memory I've had those feelings...And I hate having those feelings!" He launches the rocket, soberly telling an enraged Harley that he will truly mourn her, before erupting into a fit of his trademark diabolical laughter. The rocket lands in Robinson Park, where Harley first meets Poison Ivy. Ivy saves her, but after taking her in, recognizes Harley as Dr. Quinzel from the Arkham staff. When Harley regains consciousness, Ivy initially plans to kill her. The prospect of her own death totally fails to move Harley, and Ivy is curious as to why. She convinces Harley to tell her story, and comes to feel a kinship with Harley. Considering her another castoff, Ivy offers to help Harley take her revenge on both Batman and the Joker. Ivy gives Quinn a treatment that immunizes her to various assorted toxins and Ivy's own poisonous touch. It also dramatically enhances Harley's strength and speed. Ivy intends this to give her new friend an edge on Batman and the Joker. Hot-blooded Harley, however, is angrier at the Joker than at Batman, and even initially works with the Dark Knight to help bring down the Clown Prince of Crime. While Batman eliminates the villain's muscle, Quinn chases the Joker up a damaged building, intending to send him falling to his death. Before she can do so, however, the Joker apologizes. Falling in love with him again, she forgives him on the spot, and serves as his lieutenant throughout the rest of No Man's Land, as well as the Emperor Joker storyline. Television The Batman Introduced in the episode Two of a Kind in The Batman TV series, Season 4, she was originally Harleen Quinzel, a host of a pop psychology TV show Heart to Heart with Harley, a favorite show of the Joker. Claiming to have obtained an online degree for psychology, she gave off-the-cuff advice to her callers. Her bosses, fed up with her irresponsible behavior, canceled the show after she staged an ambush on Bruce Wayne during her show, after falsely promising she would allow him to promote a charity drive on crime victims. The process of her sacking was caught on air, and watched by the Joker, who proceeded to take advantage of the situation. Initially thinking getting a tell-all from the Joker would restore her career, Harlene ended up rampaging the town with the Joker. She was recognized by the Batman. Eventually, she was arrested after being deserted by the Joker, and seemingly regretted taking up with the Joker. In an ending similar to her debut's in Batman: TAS, a note sent from the Joker as she was driven away in a police car drove her back from the regained sanity. She was voiced by Hynden Walch and, though the episode was written by Paul Dini, she more resembles her comics personality than her original animated series one, more dangerously psychotic and on slightly more equal terms to the Joker.
  • Harley Quinn is a former super-villainess and love interest to the Joker who first appeared in Batman: The Animated Series and later appeared as an anti-hero in the DC Universe.
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  • Harley Quinn ist eine Minifigur aus der Baureihe Batman und Super Heroes. Die Minifigur ist 2008 (Batman) und 2012 (Super Heroes) erschien.
  • Harley Quinn (Harleen Frances Quinzel) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of the superhero Batman. The character was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, and first appeared on Batman: The Animated Series in September 1992. She later appeared in DC Comics' Batman comic books, with her first comic book appearance in The Batman Adventures #12 (Sept. 1993). Harley Quinn is the Joker's frequent accomplice and lover, and she is also an ally to the supervillain Poison Ivy, from whom she gained an immunity to poisons and toxins. Her origin story relates that she met the Joker while working as a psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum, where the Joker was a patient. Harley Quinn is depicted as having a very pronounced New York accent. Her name is a play on the name "Harlequin", a character which originated in the commedia dell'arte.
  • An interview between esteemed psychiatrist Jonathan Crane with former Arkham Asylum psycho therapist Harleen Frances Quinzel. Doctor Quinzel: Eh, what's up doc? Other than the cost of mental healthcare? Doctor Crane: Hello, Harleen, it's good to see you again. Please, take a seat. Doctor Quinzel: I would Jon, but you took away my whoopie cushion, so wheres the fun in that? Doctor Crane: That's because you stole cleaning chemicals from the custodial closet and filled it with mustard gas killing three of your fellow patients; and during this examination I would prefer we keep things professional; that is why you are here after all, doctors aren't supposed to fall in love with their patients, it's a conflict of interests. Doctor Quinzel: I thought doctors weren't supposed to be committed to facilities they've previously worked at either, luckily that's nuttin a little Greyhound therapy wouldn't fix. But what do I know, I'm just a PhDumb blonde, why else would I keep going back to Mistah J even though he bops me some thin fierce when I don't make a little smiley face out of the eggs and bacon the way he likes it. Doctor Crane: Harleen, I think you suffer from borderline personality dis... Doctor Quinzel: Don't dis me! I know what borderline personality disorder is, I had half the same professors as you Johnny Boy; I don't need you to give me a Hannibal Lecture, yeah mook! You knows, the replication rate for psychology studies is so low, sometimes I wondah whether the grant money would be better spent if we just flipped coins into wishing wells and based the results off of that instead; or if we did somethin whacky with it like give it to some of those poor people who can't afford the hourly rates for our professional altruistic assistance. Doctor Crane: Listen, I know you're angry... Doctor Quinzel: Angry? Nah, I think it's hilarious! This whole thing is a joke, don't you get it, it always has been ever since Freud came up with this racket so he could stop fondling eels for a living. Hey you mind if I smoke a flaming penis I wish I had in here? I find nicotine helps me with my schizophrenia, you knows, of the sluggishly progressing variety. Doctor Crane: Ms. Quinzel... Doctor Quinzel: Sorry, it must be my Oppositional defiant disorder actin up on me again; and for the record it's Dr. Quinzel to you straw for brains. Sorry, I just prefer we keep things professional, like it was between your ma and pa. Doctor Crane: You know, I don't normally don't reveal my mask to patients on our first session, but your're a special case Harley, a real nut case. Doctor Quinzel: Oh, good one. Are you going to show me that stitched up burlap sack you stole out of Catwoman's closet, the one that makes me see demons vomit up weird lookin black stuff like Penguin? How original Doctah Crane, you're just lucky Two-Face isn't a copyright lawyer or you'd get sued. I'm sorry to break it to you bubby, but passing fear gas isn't gonna change my tune, ever since I met the man of my screams and he dumped me lovingly into a vat, I bleed out comedy chemicals out the wazoo. So why don't yeah just take yeah bougie shoes made by an army of slaves in a sweatshop, click em together, and go home to yeah motha? Doctor Crane: *sigh* Alright, let's try a Rorschach test. Doctor Crane: Well? What do you see? Doctor Quinzel: You're fucking with me right? It's a bunch of boobs. This has to constitute sexual harassment. Doctor Crane: This test is random Dr, Quinn. It has no pattern save what we imagine after staring at it for too long. No meaning save what we choose to impose. There is no right or wrong answer to these questions, except for the one you just gave. Tell me Ms. Quinzel, why do you hate your mother?
  • After Joker's latest escape and re-capture by Batman, Quinzel went insane and adopted the clownish persona of Harley Quinn; her first act was to break Joker out again. Thereafter she was his semi-constant companion and lover. She occasionally broke away from him, but always ended up going back to him in the end. For the Joker's part, while he had found her to be an annoyance some of the time, he was able to skillfully manipulate her to serve his needs.
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  • Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, also known as Harley Quinn (a pun on the word "harlequin"), first appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Joker's Favor", where she served as a humorous female sidekick to the Joker. In her first appearances she was depicted as a character completely devoted to the Joker, totally oblivious to his psychotic nature and obvious lack of affection for her; this characterization has remained more or less consistent throughout her subsequent appearances. The origin of the character was recounted in a 1994 graphic novel The Batman Adventures: Mad Love. Told in the style and continuity of Batman: The Animated Series and written and drawn by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm (two of the producers of the animated series and Harley's creators), the comic book reveals Harley's origins as an Arkham Asylum psychiatrist who falls in love with the Joker. The story was widely praised and won the Eisner and Harvey Awards for Best Single Issue Comic of the Year. The Mad Love story was originally thought too violent for the animated series, but was eventually used in the New Batman Adventures episode "Mad Love" in 1999. This made it the first "animation-style" comic book to be adapted for the series, a practice that would be continued for the episode "Holiday Knights".
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