DC Black Label’s ‘Harleen’ Collected Edition Available Now

Article by Chris Foti

Harleen is a Black Label mini-series by Stjepen Šejic. It centers around the twisted romance of Dr. Harleen Quinzel and the Joker. This critically acclaimed story has now been brought together in a collected edition, available at your preferred digital or physical book store and can be ordered now. The book retails for $29.99.

Below is DC’s full press release for Harleen.

Praise for Harleen:

“Basically this is a must-read and we’re excited for

even more people to get to experience it.”—Nerdist

“the Harley Quinn story I want to read and the one that we,

as thoughtful readers, deserve.”—The Beat

The dedicated criminal psychotherapist Dr. Harleen Quinzel seeks to cure the madness that haunts Gotham City by treating Arkham Asylum’s deadliest inmates. But upon meeting The Joker, she is immediately drawn into his darkness like a moth to flame, setting her on the inevitable path to becoming his partner in love and in mayhem.

The birth of legendary antihero Harley Quinn and the shocking origins of her twisted romance with The Joker are revealed in Harleen, a stunning new tale of love and obsession written and illustrated by renowned comics storyteller Stjepan Šejic (Aquaman: UnderworldSunstone).

Šejic’s new take on the infamous Harley/Joker romance is coming out just in time for Valentine’s Day, the perfect holiday for celebrating DC’s most notorious villain couple.

In addition to the full story, the collected edition of Harleen contains bonus material. This includes a variant cover gallery, a graphic timeline of the making of Harleen, and a look at the original script outline alongside the corresponding pages. Harleen carries DC’s Black Label content descriptor (for mature readers Ages 17+) and retails for $29.99.

DC Black Label is an imprint of DC Comics consisting of original limited series and reprints of books previously published under other imprints.

Will you be picking up the collected edition of  Harleen? What other DC Black Label titles have you picked up? Let us know!

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