Harley Quinn has become one of the most popular DC Comics characters, especially thanks to her leap to the big screen in recent years.
The character’s first appearance was in Batman: The Animated Series, in 1992, and it didn’t take long to fascinate locals and strangers alike in her role as the Joker’s girlfriend.
Over time, Harley Quinn would separate from the Clown Prince of Crime to forge their own destiny, gaining the approval of the fandom.
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Her general role is that of antiheroine, frequently flirting between the role of heroine and that of villain.
Harley Quinn has given much to talk about in the comics, especially his romantic arc with Poison Ivy (Poison Ivy).
He has also collaborated with the ‘Batfamily’ trying to demonstrate his change after moving away from the Joker, which brings us to the subject that brings us here today.
One of the artists of the current series of Harley Quinn for DC Comics, Riley Rosmo, has combined the visual look of Harley Quinn with that of Batman to create a Batsuit for Harleen F. Quinzel.
The result combines the colors of Harley Quinn’s original costume, red and black, with a style of Bat-suit, with the bat logo in white on the chest.
Harley maintains the iconic jester hat that characterizes her so much and wears a short cape that would undoubtedly give her a lot of play in combat.
just messing around pic.twitter.com/9NoB4UzjWv
— riley rossmo (@rileyrossmo1) January 28, 2022
Accompanied by a red “Baseball Bat”, we have no doubt that this Bat-Harley Quinn would be much more outrageous than Bruce Wayne, and would take the path of violence more often than the Crusader of the cape.
The popularity of Harley Quinn, as we mentioned above, has grown exponentially in recent years, since Margot Robbie has embodied the character on the big screen in films such as Suicide Squad, Birds of Prey or The Suicide Squad (not to be confused with the first).
What do you think of the suit crossover between Harley Quinn and Batman? Would you like to see something like that in DC comics, like the one he already had with Robin?