The beautiful psychotic, Dr. Harleen Quinzel, Harley Quin first appeared in Batman: The Animated Series, 1992. She was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, and has become a remarkable villain, anti-hero, and at several occasions, a true heroine. Her Brooklyn style, violent lolita is unforgettable and this September will mark the 25th year of her creation. We’re nothing short of thankful!
And throughout this time, she has become an iconic figure as her character developed and she appeared in other forms. In graphic novels, animated series and films, even onto live-action movies as we saw Margot Robbie’s brilliant, adorably cynical performance in last year’s Suicide Squad. Harley’s been an inspirational villain, woman, doctor, and a queer icon for many LGBTQ readers.
Harley Quinn: A Celebration of 25 Years will be released September 19th, 2017.
On September 23rd, 2017: Batman Day! Harley Quinn will be taking over the Caped Crusader’s day and I’m sure he wouldn’t mind as he’s often supportive of the doctor. Paul Dini will be signing the newly released issues at Barnes & Noble at The Grove, starting at 9am. Fans are limited to one wristband per book purchase and may bring two additional items from home to be signed by Dini.
Saturday, September 23 9 A.M to 5 P.M
Barnes & Noble at The Grove 189 The Grove Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
In addition, you can collect these issues during Batman Day:
Batman Adventures Annual #1
Batman Adventures Holiday Special #1
Batgirl Adventures #1
Batman Adventures #3
Batman Adventures #16
Batman/Harley Quinn #1
Harley Quinn #25;
Harley and Ivy: Love on the Lam
Joker’s Asylum II: Harley Quinn #1
Suicide Squad (vol. 3) #6-7
Harley Quinn (vol. 2) #2
Harley’s Little Black Book #1
Suicide Squad (vol. 4) #4