NEW DC Comics: Harley Quinn Funko Pops (2022)

Funko Pop! Dc Comics: Harley Quinn With Bat, Harley Quinn Opokolips, Harley Quinn Takeover, Harley Quinn With Accessories, Harley Quinn With Pizza, and Harley Quinn Ace Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures

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Harley Quinn has been through several changes, from her beginnings as a psychologist to her deep dive into insanity at Joker’s side. But one thing stays the same, her edgy style and fierce strength. So now you can celebrate your favorite DC anti-hero with these Dc Comics: Harley Quinn 30th Anniversary Funko Pops (2022) that capture everything you love about Harley Quinn.

Here’s the breakdown for this Harley Quinn 2022 Funko wave:

  • Funko Pop! Dc Comics: Harley Quinn With Bat Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Funko Pop! Dc Comics: Harley Quinn Apokolips Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Funko Pop! Dc Comics: Harley Quinn Takeover Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Funko Pop! Dc Comics: Harley Quinn With Accessories Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Funko Pop! Dc Comics: Harley Quinn With Pizza Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Funko Pop! Dc Comics: Harley Quinn With Cards  Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure Exclusive
  • Funko Pop! Cover – Dc Comics: Harley Quinn Ace Diamond Glitter Funko Pop! Comic Cover Vinyl Figure

Harley Quinn 30th Anniversary Funko Pop! vinyl figures (2022) are coming soon. No release date yet.

“I don’t think she’s a strong woman.” Margot’s statement about Suicide Squad’s Harley touches on the character’s often overlooked origin. Psychiatrist Harleen Quinzel is a Joker victim.

She becomes Harley Quinn when she falls in love with the clown prince of crime, abandoning her former life to serve her tormentor in a Gotham City version of Stockholm Syndrome.

Born in September 1992, Harley Quinn slowly received this tragic origin. The character was only supposed to make one appearance in Batman: The Animated Series, giving the Joker’s gang a feminine touch.

It all started when screenwriter Paul Dini saw Arleen Sorkin, his old college classmate, dressed as a court jester in a dream scene from the soap opera Days of our Lives.

Bruce Timm adopted the look for the cartoon, and Sorkin was invited to dub her in the episode “Joker’s Favor.” Timm, however, was reluctant to bring the character back.

Their relationship, however, ended up being used by the series to amplify the Joker’s villainy, with Harley being mistreated while idolizing her pudding boy and following his every command.

The episode “Harley and Ivy,” aired in January 1993, was a turning point. Upon meeting Poison Ivy, Harley questions her relationship and is encouraged to break free, seeking her own identity.

Timm and Dini explored Joker and Harley in Mad Love, the 1993 comic book that tells the origin of Harley Quinn. Before that, she was smart, she had attitude, and somehow he got inside her head and twisted her.

It says a lot about her, and it says a lot about how Joker manipulates her to become this perfect henchman. She made this tragic decision that defined the rest of her life, and we turn that into a lesson to be learned. Don’t love without thinking. Don’t change yourself for someone else.

Batman: The Animated Series even gives a “happy ending” to Harley in “Harley’s Holiday,” shown in 1994, with the character ready to start her life over. Her charisma, however, led to her being adopted by pop culture, gaining several incarnations since then.

The latest is Robbie’s version, who steals every scene in which she appears in Suicide Squad.

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