When Harley Quinn returns to television in her own animated series, it will be without her co-creator Paul Dini.
The acclaimed writer and producer created the character with Bruce Timm, and introduced her on the 1992 episode of Batman: The Animated Series "Joker's Favor." Harley has rocketed to pop-culture stardom in the 25 years since, across animation, comics, live-action film, video games and merchandising.
Writer/artist Amanda Conner, who along with Jimmy Palmiotti is one of the comics creators most closely associated with Harley in recent years, is involved in the animated series, however, providing art in the development process.
The 26-episode series, from the Powerless creative team of Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker and Dean Lorey, fill follow Harley after she's broken off her relationship with The Joker and seeks to find success in the Gotham City underworld, alongside Poison Ivy and others.
The Harley Quinn series will join the live-action Titans and the animated Young Justice: Outsiders on the as-yet-unnamed DC-branded digital streaming service. Warner Bros. is reportedly eyeing Suicide Squad star Margot Robbie to lend her voice to the project.