Harley Quinn

Moniker: Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel Debut: Batman: The Animated Series; "Joker's Favor" (September 11, 1992) Made By: Paul Dini; Bruce Timm The multiverse would be a considerably less energetic spot without the hijinks and trickeries of the previous Dr. Harleen Quinzel, the unparalleled Clown Princess of Crime. Some of the time love can cause individuals to do insane things. Different times? It makes them totally crazy. Such is the situation with Harley Quinn, previously Dr. Harleen Quinzel. A promising therapist and assistant at Arkham Asylum in Gotham City, Harleen was allowed the opportunity to get very close with the Joker, an encounter that injury up finishing… seriously. Harleen became fixated regarding her matter, and subsequent to falling frantically enamored with the Clown Prince of Crime, she helped him escape the asylum. Her adoration for the Joker enlivened Harleen to embrace another character, that of Harley Quinn, the Joker's companion slice love interest — regardless of whether he needed one. (More often than not? He didn't.) on schedule, Harley came to understand the Joker was holding her back and she struck out all alone. She turned into a business visionary and an individual from a few somewhat not exactly respectable super groups (counting the Suicide Squad), Gotham City's all-young lady pack the Gotham City Sirens, and a voyaging sideshow. Along the way Harley has become one of the most successful super-villains in the DC Universe, thanks to some extent to her flexibility, charm and lively yet insane point of view. Harley is the only villain on this list who didn't debut in a comic book. Instead, she was created as a sidekick for Joker in Batman: The Animated Series. "After all, as Harley would say, if you're going to go a little crazy, you may as well sit back and enjoy the ride!" Source[Dc Comics]

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