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Quote1.png No one is like me. If you wanted to even come close, you would have to go to medical school, become a psychiatrist, work in an asylum, fall in love with your patient, break said patient out of said asylum, begin a life of crime, jump into a vat of chemicals to prove yourself to a madman, get arrested by the Batman, go back to jail, get out of jail with a bomb in your neck, save the world, go back to jail, and break out of jail before breaking up with the aforementioned madman and going out on your own. Quote2.png
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Doctor Harleen Frances Quinzel, better known by her alter ego Harley Quinn, is a former psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum and a known criminal in Gotham City. She had a long-standing, unhealthy relationship with the Joker, and after a brief stint with Task Force X, she ended brought it to an end. Harley then fought the forces of Roman Sionis, helped form a group of vigilante women known as Birds of Prey, and created her own duo with the young Cass Cain known as Harley Quinn & Associate.

Harleen Quinzel was a psychologist at Arkham Asylum and was assigned to treat the Joker. She eventually falls in love with him and becomes his lover and partner in crime as "Harley Quinn".

After a murder and a car theft together with the Joker, they were chased by Batman. The car crashes and the Joker manages to escape but not Harley, after that she was arrested.

She was later transferred to Belle Reve and recruited as a member of Task Force X, by Amanda Waller.[1]

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In a horrific possible future in which Darkseid seduced Superman with the Anti-Life Equation and decimated Earth, Harley Quinn fought alongside Batman in the Insurgency. At some point, Harley was wounded and died in Batman's arms; as she died, she requested that Batman kill the Joker slowly if the two ever met again.[2]

Batman would later recount this tale when he formed an alliance with the Joker, telling the Joker that he intended to honor Harley's request. The Joker was briefly disturbed, but then laughed it off as merely a bluff.[2]

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  • Cosmic Awareness: Harley has, shown a few times to be fully aware of being a fictional character, she was even directly talking to the viewer.
  • Cheating Death

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