Her hair color is now blonde with blue dip dye on the left side and pink dip dye on the right, and she sports two new outfits. Throne of Atlantis Batman vs. This contest drew controversy not only because it was announced close to National Suicide Prevention Week , but because some artists did not like the sexualized portrayal of Harley in the fourth scenario, in which Harley attempts suicide while naked in her bath tub. Endgame " " Robin War ". She is also well-educated, as she has a PhD in criminal psychology and has her own nonlethal version of the Joker's gas. The series is set to run six issues and takes place while Harley has the amnesiac Power Girl convinced the two are a crimefighting duo. Art by Alex Ross.
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. When Batman comes for her, Harley is watching over the doctor she kidnapped nearly be executed by Mr. Occasionally, she shows signs that she knows her obsession with the Joker is unhealthy, but only a few incarnations have been able to fully break away from him. After Joker was proclaimed guilty and sentenced to death, Batman arrived and the entire court turned to chaos, allowing Joker and Quinn to escape with their gang. A Anonymous Oct 16,
She also cares for Poison Ivy deeply. Harley agrees and the two set out to trap the Catwoman. In this show, Harley is portrayed as an older, far more calculating and sinister character than her bubbly comic and cartoon personas. Retrieved from " http: 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.
Retrieved January 10, Retrieved July 22, Post-imprint June — August She also has developed an immunity to the Joker's venom and toxic gas, as mentioned in the Batman animated series and in the comic books, and other knock-out chemicals. Harleen Quinzel becomes fascinated with the Joker while working at Arkham Asylum and volunteers to help treat him. Harley agrees and the two set out to trap the Catwoman.