A surprisingly progressive and cutting satire on super hero storytelling.
Harley Quinn has gone from being a one-note sidekick, to an abused lovesick poster-girl for unhealthy relationships, to now emerging as a badass, empowered woman who also happens to kill a lot of people; Its a heart warming tale.
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Well written and whip smart characters who you love to see succeed.
Awesome visual style and creative art direction on backgrounds and character designs.
This is the most healthy depiction of the Joker/Harley relationship and its a breath of fresh air.
It's VERY adult, so this may be inaccessible to some core fans of the character.
Not every joke lands, but there's enough that it's not a problem,
Some of the repeated voice casting means it can feel like a small ensemble?
Since her 1992 introduction in Batman The Animated Series, Harley Quinn has been an immediate favourite of audiences of all ages. Her design has changed innumerable times in her relatively short existence, shifting from harlequin-like clown to Goth-punk, Roller-Derby badass and occasionally taking sidesteps in BDSM mistress. Her stand-alone animated series (originally on DC Universe) now takes the character into new, far more empowered and emancipated territory, while upping the adult aspects of the character (not to mention the language).
In this Podcast Dion, Jill and Harley-Quinny are all fighting over who gets to be the best Joker and who has to be Bane. You the audience can decide on who wins and who loses…
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