The Harley Quinn (Prisoner Version) Sixth-Scale Figure is bored and she wants you to play with her… but know that playing with the Joker’s woman comes with a price. You’ll need the Suicide Squad Harley Quinn Sixth-Scale Figure if you want a Harley that’s dressed for a night out on the town, because this 11.22-inch […]
The DC Bombshells Harley Quinn Mini-Bust is perfect for your desk. It ups the crazy and the chaos as only Harley can, adding some fun to your office. This amazingly detailed bust stands about 7-inches tall. It is made of high-quality resin and expertly painted. With Harley there to protect things, your desk will be […]
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The classic Batman series characters are out and in love in this Friday’s DC Comics: Bombshells #79.
You can't keep a good girl (or a bad girl with a mallet) down. With her popularity skyrocketing thanks to her appearance in Suicide Squad and her popular solo comics title, Harley Quinn is finally coming to Fox's Gotham!
And more with a few more advance April 2017 solicitations.
Producer promises a "crazy" introduction to everyone's favorite Arkham psychiatrist.
Don’t ship Joker and Harley too hard! DC Comics' Harley Quinn #12 by Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner & John Timms. The post Harley Quinn #12 appeared first on CBR.com.
No one saw coming; Harley Quinn finds herself the protector of Gotham City! DC Comics' Justice League #13 by Tim Seeley & Carlos D'Anda. The post Justice League #13 appeared first on CBR.com.
Funko visits DC's "Bombshells" era in new figures of Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman, Batgirl and Katana. The post DC’s Bombshells Get the Funko Pop! Treatment appeared first on CBR.com.
Harleen Quinzel might just be the most famous example of a comic book icon who wasn’t actually made for the comics she stars in—but her co-creator, Paul Dini, has written several comics starring the character since she first debuted in Batman: The Animated Series over two decades ago. But now, Dini is returning to… Read more...
Harley's co-creator will script her once again in an ongoing series of back-up stories featuring art by Brett Blevins. The post Paul Dini Joins Harley Quinn Comic’s Creative Team appeared first on CBR.com.
Gotham EP John Stephens pinpoints exactly when the proto-Harley Quinn will make her debut on the DC Comics drama. The post Gotham EP On Harley Quinn’s Season 3 Arrival, Season 4 Importance appeared first on CBR.com.
Margot Robbie, an actress best known for playing Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad and for being everywhere last year for reasons that cannot be fully explained, was spotted on the set of her new Tonya Harding biopic I, Tonya on Monday in her full Harding get-up. For those who aren't acquainted with ... More »
Plus a promo for episode 3.13 The post Gotham’s Harley Quinn Precursor Set to Debut Later This Season appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Daddy’s little monster gets a not so little statue with the Suicide Squad Harley Quinn Statue. Standing a little over 2-feet tall and based on Margot Robbie’s character in the Suicide Squad movie, Harley Quinn stands on a detailed base wearing her eye-catching red, white, and blue ensemble, but there’s nothing patriotic about this femme […]
Gotham has managed to introduce some of the most legendary characters of Batman lore, and it looks like the show has a plan for when it will bring Harley Quinn to the small screen.
If Gotham fans are over the moon about the return of Jerome (Cameron Monaghan), they should hold on to their hats, because Gotham's version of Harley Quinn is coming a lot sooner than expected -- in the Season 3 finale, to be precise. Ahead of Season 3, executive producer John Stephens teased that a... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Gotham
Where'd ya go, Harley Quinn!? Margot Robbie has played an array of diverse roles over the past few years, from a smoking hot Long Island home wrecker in The Wolf of Wall Street to a smoking hot comic book villain in Suicide Squad. Now, the 26-year-old looks totally unrecognizable as a still-smoking-hot-but-heavily-padded Tonya Harding! The Aussie actress was [...]
It was clear from her portrayal of DC villain Harley Quinn in last summer's "Suicide Squad" that Margot Robbie has a knack for completely transforming herself on the big screen. And that's especially true of Robbie's latest role, ofShow More Summary