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New Frontier[]

So, the New Frontier version of the character... I looked through the movie and took a screenshot. It's an extremely blurry appearance, and clearly her, but still, you never really get more than half her face. Is that the appearance that we were mentioning when we put her on the page? I'm all for documenting it, I just want to make sure that there isn't somewhere else we can get a better picture.

- Billy Arrowsmith (Talk), 15:48, May 17, 2010 (UTC)
Nope, that's all the screen time she gets. -- Tupka217 15:53, May 17, 2010 (UTC)

Batman '66 Harley[]

Does anyone have a picture of the Harley Quinn that appeared in Batman '66? Ztyran (talk) 04:31, September 20, 2013 (UTC)

Trying to find specific Harley moment[]

I'm trying to find a specific Harley Quinn moment... and I can't remember which comic issue/series or anywhere else it came from:

The moment has Harley trying to rob Two-Face and Riddler, but they catch her and lock her in a closet. Poison Ivy later finds her.... That's about all I know. Does this ring any bells for anyone? DaJoestanator (talk) 10:30, January 29, 2018 (UTC)

Multiple Harleys[]

In Death of the Family, the Joker revealed to Harleen Quinzel that she wasn't the first Harley Quinn but actually one of a long line of Harley Quinns, and then he locked her in a room of full of their corpses. Although this is obviously outlandish, it's something that actually happened in The New 52. Should we mention it? DarkKnight2149 00:10, September 11, 2018 (UTC)

Honestly I don't think it is worth it unless we get more information. I always sort of assumed he was lying to break her sense of individuality since there was no prior or later mention of that. We can also assume he tried to create other Harleys before though (seeing how Joker did mention throwing another woman into acid at one point that didn't survive), but again nothing definite; they are simply assumptions, we know too little. That plot point might have been thrown down the drain for all we know. - Neko (talk) 08:12, September 11, 2018 (UTC)
Fair enough. I wasn't sure if we should acknowledge it on this page by creating an entry or treat it as the Joker's mind games until a comic book acknowledges it again (which Endgame surprisingly didn't do). DarkKnight2149 22:25, September 11, 2018 (UTC)