Eventually, The New 52 Harley (mostly) frees her heart of the Joker’s grip and moves on to better romances. Such as Poison Ivy. But she ain’t there yet in Vol 4 of the Suicide Squad!
“Our boy is a blow-up doll. And NOT the fun kind.”
Harley Quinn & Deadshot
The preceding costume was influenced by Suicide Squad Vol. 4 #3. In this issue, Harley Quinn warms up to Deadshot. It felt like a budding romance until Harley pulls a cray cray. She devises a devious plan to get Jokers’ face skin from Gotham PD. She then ties up Deadshot, placing Joker’s face upon his and talking to Deadshot as if he were Joker.
“This reminds me of a joke about a clown car.”
“I say we let it go to voicemail”
— Harley Wuinn Suicide Squad Vol 4 #3
Suicide Squad Facts
- The first version of the Suicide Squad debuted in a 1959 issue of The Brave and the Bold.
- The current Suicide Squad is called Task Force X.
- Suicide Squad Vol. 1 came out in 1987 and consists of 66 isses.
- In Suicide Squad (vol. 4) #24 Power Girl joined the Suicide Squad. In #25, she appeared to be dead, and then in #26, she turned up alive.