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Harley Quinn’s Frozen parody entitled “Do You Wanna Kill the Batman?” has finally been given life by animator Michael Smith. Using the song from Sydney Amber and Hesychia7, he animated a very expressive Harley Quinn singing to the Arkham prison door that holds the Joker.

The video also showcases the animation progression breakdown and a cameo from a special guest at the very end.

Watch Harley’s voice come to life after the break.

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Harley Quinn is a captivating character, and she’s gone through her fair share of makeovers through the years (no wonder she’s a cosplay favorite).

Halloweencostumes.com has put together an infographic that follows her path from “1992’s Batman: The Animated Series to countless appearances in solo comics, video games, and big titles like Suicide Squad, Gotham City Sirens, and the storylines from the New 52.”

Check out the infographic after the break…

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I’m doubly amused about this because Thomas the Tank Engine is featured in an add for Marvel’s Ant-Man at the moment, but this SDCC Exclusive Thomas & Friends Super Friends Minis DC mashup set is wild.

I dunno, what do you think?

(via Topless Robot)


We’ve had our first official look at Harley Quinn and The Suicide Squad, but this fan art of Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn is far more effective at getting us amped for the film.

Kudos to @Bosslogic on the amazing work. Harley looks mischievous and deadly and ready to cause all kinds of trouble.

See another picture after the break.

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The latest DC “Fantasy Figure” is this sultry Harley Quinn. She was sculpted by Shin Tanabe as imagined by Luis Royo and is available for preorder. Harley measures 10.25″ tall and includes a numbered display plate, art card, and certificate of authenticity. She’ll be shipping out between April and June.

See more pictures after the break.

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DC Comics’ Harley Quinn Annual #1 will be a “rub’n’smell” comic book that will feature a number of unique scents that relate to the story. DC will come out with an edition of the comic that’s meant for U.S. readers, and a second edition that will be exported outside of the country. The US edition will feature smells such as leather, suntan lotion, pizza and what’s referred to in the story as “cannabisylocibe 7-A.”

Hmmm, I wonder that cannabisylocibe is supposed to be?

DC’s move to create a second edition for overseas markets makes a bit more sense now considering that last scent, as it might be rather difficult to export a comic that smells vaguely of weed. The international edition will replace the cannabis scent with the smell of fresh-cut lawn clippings.

(Bleeding Cool and MTV)


Norman Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post illustrations are iconic and instantly recognizable. Many artists have taken the style and put different characters into the idyllic scenes, including Ruiz Burgos. He’s inserted heroes and villains from the pages of DC Comics into the art, and the series of mash-ups features Zatanna, Poison Ivy, Joker and Harley Quinn, and more.

More of the lovely art after the break.

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The Arkham Asylum game isn’t known for featuring cutesy character designs, but Funko has a knack for changing that. One of their newest Pop! series features Batman, Harley Quinn, the Joker, Killer Croc, and Poison Ivy, and they all look precious. I’d love to see a version of the game with these designs.

Pre-order the figures now for November shipment.

Check out the rest of the series after the break.

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Artists who participate in Comic Book Resources’ “The Line it is Drawn” column answer some of life’s greatest questions. The challenge for a 2012 column was “What if ___ and ____ had a baby?” DeviantArt user Marco D’Alfonso decided to imagine Harley Quinn and Deadpool’s offspring, and despite the chaos that would ensue, I have to admit their little family is pretty adorable. I bet no one volunteers to babysit though.

(Reddit via io9)

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By artist Claire Hummel.

(via The Mary Sue)