In Batman: Prelude to the Wedding - Harley Quinn vs. The Joker, Harley pays her ex-boyfriend back for years of abuse.
Harley Quinn celebrates her fiftieth issue by bringing an obscure character back from the brink of total obscurity.
Writer Christopher Sebela and artist Mirka Andolfo send Harley Quinn after the group that blew up her favorite bodega in a preview of Issue #44.
In Harley Loves Joker #2, Harley Quinn co-creator Paul Dini offers a reasoning for her change from the classic costume to her current look.
In Harley Loves Joker #1, we finally learn the origin story of Harley Quinn's best friends Bud and Lou.
Their new headquarters is perfect…it'd be a shame to blow it up! DC Comics' Harley Quinn: Harley Loves Joker #1 by Paul Dini & Bret Blevins.
Iconic Batman storylines like The Killing Joke, Court of Owls and Mad Love are set to get their own novelizations thanks to Titan Books.
The Gang of Harleys intend to impress Harley with all the new tricks they’ve learned in her absence! DC's Harley Quinn #42 by Frank Tieri & Mauricet.
Harley Quinn started in the shadow of The Joker, but she's proven herself to be more deadly than him in recent years.
Writer Sam Humphries joins artist John Timms for Harley Quinn #45, where the Clown Princess of Crime takes a trip to Apokolips.
Batman #42 took a huge turn at the end, and it could prove to be a big moment for both Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy.
For Valentine's Day, DC Comics released an ad for Caper, its fictional superhero dating app, that makes some questionable swipes and a perfect match.