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In Mad Love, she suffers much at the Joker's hands, but a simple rose and note in the last scene causes all the painful moments to fade into oblivion for Quinn.


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In Mad Love, she suffers much at the Joker's hands, but a simple rose and note in the last scene causes all the painful moments to fade into oblivion for Quinn.


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With the release of Suicide Squad imminent and with it a new version of the Joker and Harley Quinn making her film debut here are some of the moments from.


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Here's how "Suicide Squad" honored this iconic moment between Harley Quinn and The Joker.


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Sometimes she's the Joker's daughter, sometimes she's the daughter of Penguin, Scarecrow, the Riddler and Catwoman. Harley has been in and out of prison more times than anyone cares to count; and yet, it never really seems to get to her. Why, she gets Bruce Wayne under her hypnotic spell and compels him to take her and Harley on a Christmas shopping spree.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} What's more is that she has her own little comic she wants to publish. It's always great seeing Harley get retribution, but this particular moment shows that you can't just mess with her and get away with it. After all, it's through her that we get to explore some of our favorite villains. We don't usually get to see her use her psychiatric skills but when she does, it's always fun to read. What you have to admire is her carefree attitude and confidence throughout the entirety of the story. T team. What makes her such a lovable villain? Just take a look at a few of her best moments and see for yourself why everyone falls in love with the one and only Harley Quinn. Beneath all the crazy color and her wild, often villainous antics, she's a genuinely decent person. How could you not be charmed by her attitude toward life? Batman isn't the only one she's beaten. When she was approached by Batman himself for help in the "Batman: The Animated Series" episode, "Harlequinade" written by Paul Dini , Harley eagerly aids him with the help of Bud and Lou, her trusty babies read: ravenous hyenas. Like most comic book characters, Harley Quinn has died before In "Harley Quinn Vol 1" 21 written by Karl Kesel, illustrated by Brandon Badeaux, Dan Davis and Guy Major , Harley finds herself in hell because of course she would be , trapped there by the demon Etrigan, along with all the henchmen she killed and a really angry S. That's what makes her confrontations with him so incredibly satisfying to see. You really admire Harley's sweet actions, like trying to make her Mr. What she finds, however, is that in the cell next to his is none other than the Joker. One scene in particular stands out, giving both the actress and character time to shine. The Joker has once again only used her and feigned affection to do it. There's one moment in particular from the "Batman: The Animated Series" episode "Trial" written by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm that really highlights her indomitable spirit. No one deserves a man like Joker at their side, and as we delve further into the relationship between Harley and her Mistah J, you start feeling sorry for her. So Harley, being the devoted partner she is, catches Batman by herself and keeps him dangling over a pool of piranhas, ready for her puddin'. It's about her doing something she's always wanted to do -- go to Comic-Con! Even when she tries to tempt him into "revving up his Harley," he remains fixated on concocting plans to defeat the detective. Joker is always ready to betray Harley, and yet his sweet sidekick always hopes for the best from him. After familiarizing yourself with all the loony things she gets up to, it's difficult to imagine Harley Quinn in a live action film. Even when in the depths of the lower realms, she's strong and pretty confident about what she's doing and where she's headed. Joker, however, isn't exactly grateful, or even pleased. She's just chasing a dream, which really, is just a much milder version of what she's usually doing when she's around the Joker. She knew it all along, as well, but she kept arguing with herself, wanting to keep hope alive. Being written as a generally light-hearted tale, you're too caught up in her wackiness and her conversations with her beaver to feel that bad for Harley, until you really start to think about what's happening to her. It's actually quite a powerful moment for her, considering she's facing someone taunting her with the face of the creature who abused her trust and affection for so long. Maybe she knew how this was all going to turn out, maybe she didn't care. It's easy to forget sometimes that aside from the incredibly fighting skills and gigantic mallet, she's a trained psychiatrist. There were quite a few flaws in that film, but Margot Robbie's portrayal of Harley Quinn wasn't one of them. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Her charm aided by Arleen Sorkin's vocal talents and whacky fighting methods fixed her place in our hearts. It was a tribute of sorts to "Superman vs Muhammad Ali" written by Dennis O'Neil, illustrated by Neal Adams among others , so it was bound to be just as silly as Harley. J a well-deserved kick in the groin before after a tumble down the side of a volcano leaping into the arms of a mysterious, dolphin-training figure. She's not wrong. J smile right after a helicopter crash, to which Joker cries, "Baby, you're the greatest! Behind most gleeful faces you'll often find a lot of pain. In the end, Joker finds himself staring down the barrel of Harley's gun, which she surprisingly fires, though it turns out to be a fake gun. She's clearly way more than she appears to be, capable of taking down Batman without little help. Airing in , "The New Batman Adventures" episode "Mad Love" written by Paul Dini features Harley as she tries to draw Joker's attention away from Batman, who she thinks is getting in the way of their relationship. She's not after anything large. The video game on which the "Gods Among Us" comic series is based is violent and full of amped-up superheroes and villains from all over the DC comic book universe. It's just too bad she obviously continued fighting for her relationship if you can even call it that with the Joker in the end. Eventually, Etrigan decided she didn't belong there and brought her back from death. She's been a member of both the Teen Titans and the Suicide Squad, at one point taking the name Harlequin. Deep down, she's really one of the good guys and regardless of her criminal history, you have to respect that she's trying. And yet, the film "Suicide Squad" proved to us that it can definitely be done right. It's about a superhero called Hurl-Girl, a teacher who hurls an acid substance when in the presence of monsters After a couple of days of mischief, mayhem, shooting cops in the butt, ravaging a room full of wannabe-Jokers and pulling down a Batman's pants, Harley doesn't get her comic published because, according to her, they weren't looking for anything new and original. As we've already explored on this list, the moments when she stands up for herself against the Joker are some of the greatest. The man of steel himself has fallen to her fists! 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Being a kid's show, the relationship between Harley and Joker has obviously been toned down thought they still have their dark moments , so it's oddly pleasant when they're reunited in the show, in spite of everything. Inevitably, she finds herself at odds with Harley, bringing us to "New Suicide Squad Vol 1" 3 written by Sean Ryan with art by Tom Denerick among others where Harley just can't take Duela and her admiration maybe a huge understatement of the Joker, whose face she's wearing. Makes sense. It's the best thing she or anyone could have done in that situation. This is one of Harley's silliest and more innocent stories. The episode also includes Harley's origin story, which gets more and more tragic as it unfolds. It's when she sneaks away from the rest of the group and is seen going up in an elevator, giving the rest of the squad a big wave and smile just before beating back an ambush. But you also really want her to. It's a powerful moment for her because it shows that she's finally broken free of the man who kept her down for so long, abusing her immense feelings for him. To everyone's surprise, Harley beats the daylights out of Superman before helping him save Earth from an alien fleet. We find out that with the help of a pill, a lockpick and a fake moustache don't question it -- no one should have to justify a fake moustache , Harley was able to escape capture and take down Lobo, who she proceeds to analyze and, through therapy, persuade him that he should stop trying to hunt her. Even after he received millions thanks to a deceased enemy of his , he didn't spare a thought for her. What was intended to be a one-off appearance would really be the first of many in the animated series, in comic books and more recently, in films. Superman's powers are nullified to even the fight, which the Scrubb decides would be better fought via boxing. Working with her old buddies, she's able to raise more hell than hell was used to in order to get her killer, Highwater, off her back. It's a moment of vulnerability and one that we see Harley struggle to get through, trying to clamber back behind that happy mask she wears. Maybe it's because she plays the ditzy sidekick when she's really a badass. Sadly, it's something a lot of people can relate to, making this moment of resolution that much more powerful for Harley as a character and for readers. She really embodied her character. Maybe it's the fact that despite being a bad girl, she's actually quite caring and compassionate. You'd be hard-pressed to find a larger mental mess than Duela Dent. So it's awesome to see her stand up for herself and give Mr. You also have to admire how she doesn't really seem to be all that bothered about the fact that she's in hell. She's just that stubborn and you have to love her tenacity. But she made sure Superman was taken care of after beating his face black and blue. Even more impressive is the fact that Robbie did a lot of her own stunts, which just goes to show why she stood out from the rest of the cast. She reveals that, unbeknownst to all, even the Joker himself who's been dead for two years , that they have a four-year old named Lucy. It leads to a fight between Batman, Robin, Joker and Harley, who is once again betrayed to a lesser extent this time. He taunts her as expected, then a fight breaks out between them, ending with Harley standing over him like a badass with a gun aimed at his head. It also shows how she must be an incredible escape artist since she just busted out of Arkham, presumably as soon as she heard about Fake Harley. She decides to help Black Canary fight the dictatorial Superman, which shows us how hard she's really trying to break free of the monstrous Joker. So many things! Still, though she gave Duela a brutal beatdown, she didn't want to kill her; in fact, she pleads with her to try and change and be anyone else, and to escape the Joker's tormenting world. There's no one watching and you realize that she's doing it purely for her own amusement.