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The misadventures of Harley Quinn continue in this second issue. After being saved from the Dynamic Duo by Poison Ivy, Harley helps her gal pal with her latest plant-inspired scheme. To do so however, she’ll need Harley’s help in financing the plan. And Harley knows just where to get the money (which will bring in another major character from Batman: The Animated Series – albeit in her far-less interesting redesigned look).

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Batman & Harley Quinn

by Cap'n Carrot on September 5, 2017 · 0 comments

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batman-and-harley-blu-rayBatman & Harley Quinn is Batman: The Animated Series Lite. Co-written by Jim Krieg and Bruce Timm, featuring Kevin Conroy as Batman, and set in the later style of BtAS, the straight-to-video feature has some of the feel of lesser episodes of the animated series. Sadly, it also has some stunningly bad dialogue, odd tangents (super-hero-themed restaurants and bars for henchmen) which are only loosely connected to the plot, juvenile fart jokes for the kiddies, and an over-sexualized nature that’s certainly not directed at the same audience. In other words, it’s something of a mess – although starting out be recasting one of the most iconic roles from the TV-series was a good hint that something would be amiss.

In our tale, Batman (Conroy) and Nightwing (Loren Lester) enlist the help of a reformed Harley Quinn (Melissa Rauch) to stop her gal-pal Poison Ivy (Paget Brewster) and her new partner the Floronic Man (Kevin Michael Richardson) from unleashing a virus to turn all animal life on the planet into plants.

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A prequel of sorts to DC’s new animated straight-to-DVD release Batman And Harley Quinn, the new digital series from artists and writers tied to Batman: The Animated Series begins here with the opening story by Ty Templeton and artist Rick Burchett focused on Harley Quinn‘s betrayal of the Joker.

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You can pre-order this Batman: The Animated Series 25th Anniversary Harley Quinn Statue for the low, low price of $50.

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Mondo’s Waiting for My J Man Harley Quinn Statue may be sold out on their site but you can still pre-order it through Warner Bros. Collectibles for the low, low price of $260.

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This Batman Harley Quinn 20-Inch Leg Lamp can be yours for the low, low price of $40.

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Complete with replaceable arms and expressions, baseball bat, jack-in-the-box, base, and paint bucket, this Arkham Knight Harley Quinn Polystone Statue can be yours or the low, low price of $930.

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Suicide Squad

by Cap'n Carrot on August 4, 2016 · 0 comments

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Maybe DC should shy away from its major heroes and concentrate on the fringes of the DCU. I don’t know that you should call a $175 million theatrical release with an excessive marketing campaign a B-movie but that’s exactly what Suicide Squad is. Writer/director David Ayer delivers an unapologetically trashy B-movie that, despite its faults, is fun.

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Hot Toys’ Harley Quinn Suicide Squad Sixth Scale Figure includes a likeness to Margot Robbie (complete with various tattoos), more than 30 points of articulation, swappable hands and weapons, neck choker, hammer, figure stand, and more. You can pre-order the figure for the low-low price of $250. Check out my review of the new film here.

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In the most bizarre Convergence tie-in issue yet Convergence: Harley Quinn #2 pits the pre-New version of the Joker’s sidekick against the leader of the Zoo Crew. That’s right, it’s Harley Quinn vs. Captain Carrot. And it’s kind of brilliant.

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