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That's why she'd decided her new gang will be an all-dolphin one: They're brilliant, they'll do just about anything she tells them for no bigger pay off than a bucket or two of fish, and it's not like they can ever rater her out.
Even if they wanted to, it's not like there are any crimefighters who can talk to dolphins.
There aren't any crimefighters who talk to dolphins, right?
Because if there were any, that could potentially jeopoardize Harley's entire operation.
BATGIRL #39 Written by CAMERON STEWART, BRENDEN FLETCHER and J. CALEB MOZZOCCO Backup story written by SCOTT SNYDER, JILL THOMPSON and JAMES TYNION IV Art and cover by JILL THOMPSON Backup story art by DUSTIN NGUYEN On sale FEBRUARY 11 • 40 pg, FC, .99 US • RATED T Combo pack edition: .99 US In this story set early in Harley's career, she goes up against Batman solo for the first time and discovers something the Arkham inmates never told her before: Batman is hawt!
The second season of Wizards of Waverly Place aired on Disney Channel from September 12, 2008 to August 21, 2009.When DC released their last round of solicitations—for their books shipping in February of next year—they included plenty of Harley Quinn variant covers, in which the suddenly super-popular character appears on the covers of the books with the title characters.As was the case with previous themed variant programs—Batman '66 variants by Mike Allred, Drawyn Cooke draws whatever Darwyn Cooke wants variants by Darwyn Cooke, even some of the Flash or monster variants by various artists—the variant covers generally looked a lot more light-hearted, a lot more fun and a lot more all-around interesting than the regular covers.Additionally, many of them were drawn by better artists...or, if not objectively "better," than at least artists with a more individualistic style, artists whose work stands out as strikingly different than so much of the New 52 line's (thankfully starting to erode a bit) "house style." In writing about those variants when the solicits were released, I pulled out The Flash cover as an example of one that seemed to suggest a more interesting story than the one that would actually appear in the book, and wished the interiors matched the variant cover rather than matching the regular cover. Later, I went back and tried to imagine stories to match all the Harley variants (some of which were much easier to do than for others), to be drawn by the cover artists rather than the interior artists and written by the regular artists and, um, me, even if my contribution was simply to write the solicitation that a real comics writer would then flesh out. Art and cover by NICOLA SCOTT and DANNY MIKI On sale FEBRUARY 4 • 32 pg, FC, .99 US • RATED T After a long night of drinking at villains bar The Dark Side, Terra-Man has taken all the ridicule he can stand from Harley Quinn. He spends his time trying to take down the most powerful superhero in the universe, whereas Harley and her stupid boyfriend can't even kill a single normal human being who dresses like a bat.So, um, please enjoy this bit of fantasy solicitation writing, I guess...? They decide to settle things with a bet: If Harley can ride Superman for eight seconds without being thrown, she can have Terra-Man's flying robot horse. Then she's gotta trade in her clown get-up for a country and western costume. Not if she plays fair, but since when did Harl ever play fair? CALEB MOZZOCCO Art and cover by AMANDA CONNER On sale FEBRUARY 25 • 32 pg, FC, .99 US • RATED T Harley's had it with henchmen: They're not the sharpest tools in the shed, they're greedy and prone to double-cross each other or—worse still—her, and they have a tendency to squeal as soon as Batman threatens to beat them up or dangles them over a ledge.