Harley Quinn made her debut in the Batman animated series in 1992.
Dr. Harleen Quinzel was originally a psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum who fell in love with the Joker, becoming Harley Quinn.
Known for her playful and colorful appearance, Harley often wears a red and black jester costume.
Harley's signature weapon is a large mallet, which she wields with deadly precision.
Harley is depicted as both a tragic figure and a comedic villain, with a complex blend of insanity, intelligence, and humor.
Despite her independence, Harley's loyalty to the Joker often leads her into dangerous situations.
Over time, Harley has transitioned from being a villain to an antihero, sometimes teaming up with other heroes like Batman and Poison Ivy.
Harley's most notable romantic relationships include her turbulent connection with the Joker and her close bond with Poison Ivy.
Harley has led her own team of antiheroes known as the "Gotham City Sirens" alongside Poison Ivy and Catwoman.
With her unique personality and compelling backstory, Harley Quinn has become one of the most beloved and iconic female characters in the DC Universe, inspiring comics, movies, and merchandise.