‘Multiversity: Harley Screws Up The DCU’ Releases This March

by Marsha Reilly
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The DC Multiverse is a very delicate thing, and in Multiversity: Harley Screws Up The DCU, our favorite psychopath does exactly as the title says. If the Flash can mess with the timeline every other week, well… so can she. 

In the new miniseries, set to release in March 2023, the queen of chaos manages to get her hands on a time machine… and things go about as well as you’d expect. We all know that, even if Harley doesn’t go looking for trouble, it always finds her pretty quickly anyway. Just look at, well everything she’s ever been in. 

The synopsis for the first issue reads:

Harley’s back in Coney for a long-overdue reunion with old friends, old haunts, and…an old time machine? You heard right! A mysterious benefactor has left Harley a time machine, and after giving it about a half second of thought, she decides to take it for a joyride. What could go wrong, right? Funny you should ask. Turns out a quick trip through time can screw up a few things…namely, the entire DC Universe!

Frank Tieri, the writer of the Old Lady Harley mini-series and several issues for the main Harley title several years ago, will be leading this short series. Amanda Conner, who co-wrote Harley Quinn alongside spouse Jimmy Palmiotti, will be adding her amazing art skills to the series as one of the cover artists, as will artists Riley Rossmo and Chad Hardin. Logan Faerber will also be joining the team and creating his own variant cover. 

Multiversity: Harley Screws Up The DCU #1 launches on March 14, 2023.

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