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"Hunted by the Bat, Part Two": Batman has brought Harley back to the Batcave to investigate the murder of Dr. Regelmann. The clues point to Harley, but something still doesn't add up for Batman. Harley seems as anxious to solve the


Quote1 I was wrong, Quinn. And not just about the murder. The old Harley Quinn would never have risked imprisonment to comfort a mother. And her son. Maybe you have changed. Quote2
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Harley Quinn (Volume 3) #58 is an issue of the series Harley Quinn (Volume 3) with a cover date of April, 2019. It was published on February 6, 2019.

Appearing in "Hunted by the Bat, Part Two"

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Synopsis for "Hunted by the Bat, Part Two"

Batman has brought Harley back to the Batcave to investigate the murder of Dr. Regelmann. The clues point to Harley, but something still doesn't add up for Batman. Harley seems as anxious to solve the crime, and manacles herself to the Dark Knight.

The first clue they find is that Dr. Regelmann isn't actually dead and his body has vanished from the Gotham morgue. Trigger-happy members of the G.C.P.D. chase the sleuths from Regelmann's warehouse, where they found evidence of a Japanese connection. The final clue comes from breaking up the attack of a stalker — and Harley remembers that her stalker has the power of returning from death - Lord Death Man!

With Jim Gordon's help, they flush Lord Death Man and his minions out, where he professes his love for his "Cherished orange blossum" before Harley flattens him with her Mallet. The case of Dr. Regelmann's non-existent murder has been solved, and Batman admits that he was wrong about Harley being irredeemable.

Harley has passed her first test, and Mirand'r is impressed — but here come the Three Fates...



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  • Batman and Harley Quinn investigate the Breyfogle docks in Gotham, named for Batman artist Norm Breyfogle who had passed not long before the issue was written.



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