Harley Quinn’s genuine name Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, is a fictional character showing up in media published by DC Entertainment. She was made by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm to fill in as a new supervillainess and also as the love interest for the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series that was released on September 11, 1992. She was subsequently adjusted into the DC Comics’ Batman comic book ordinance, starting with the one-shot Batman: Harley Quinn issue #1 released in October 1999. Harley Quinn is a frequent assistant and lover of the Clown Prince of Crime. He was her patient when she functioned as an intern psychiatrist at Gotham City’s Arkham Asylum. Harley Quinn may still just be a rookie to the DC comics scene. Yet, she’s now gone through some considerable style and character shifts in the years since her introduction. What moviegoers had the chance to see of the character with Margot Robbie’s depiction in Suicide Squad was only a fragment of her story. Here’s a list of the critical moments in Harley’s development. Sounds interesting? If, yes then let’s hop into it…


9. Batman: The Animated Series:



8. The Batman:



7. Batman: The Brave and the Bold:



6. Harley’s early comic book appearances:



5. Batman: Arkham Asylum:



4. Batman ’66:



3. The New 52:



2. DC Super Hero Girls:



1. Suicide Squad:


So yes, This How Harley Quinn Should Really Look Like In The Comics, Series, And Movies. Harley has gone through a lot of changes as well as a lot of things that have passed upon her. Of course, her mental health is the top thing. But eventually, she has gained fans that love her and are now crazy about her since she was portrayed by Margot Robbie. She really puts an arch to the character. So what do you people have to say about it? Let us know in the comment section below. Till then, keep on reading Animated Times, your one-stop destination, on getting a closer look into the entertainment industry, upcoming movies, and TV Series or celebrity gossips, and much more stuff; we have got you all covered. So continue reading animated times, guys, for more.

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