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Mad Harriet was a member of the Female Furies, Granny Goodness' elite all female unit of enforcers for Darkseid.

Mad Harriet was raised in Granny Goodness' orphanage and was noticed by Granny for adoring the feeling of torture and pain. One of the first members of the Female Furies, Mad Harriet served Darkseid despite her insanity. During the battle with Earth-based Suicide Squad, over the fate of Glorious Godfrey, Harriet was almost killed when she attacked the Bronze Tiger and her energy claws backfired. However, she comments on how much she loved the situation.

During another mission, Harriet was captured by the Gods of New Genesis but was sent back to Darkseid. Later, Mad Harriet was seen as a prostitute in Granny Goodness' brothel, though it is unknown if that was the real Mad Harriet or a delusion by the second Mister Miracle. Her insanity also made her develop a friendship with the criminal Harley Quinn, though Bernadeth scolded her later on for befriending the mortal.


  • New God Physiology: The beings of Apokolips call themselves Gods and live outside of normal time and space in a realm called the Fourth World. These New Gods have evolved due to their close proximity to the Source, a primeval energy, believed to be one of the ultimate foundations of the Universal Expression of Energy, along with their superior technology, into beings of genetic stability and evolutionary perfection. The denizens of New Genesis are immortal, stronger, faster, and smarter than homo sapiens, despite their resemblance.


  • Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985–86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.



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