harley quinn

concept: there’s a new player in gotham. maybe they’re a bad guy, maybe they’re a vigilante– whatever they are, they want to get rid of joker once and for all. in true stalker antagonist fashion, they give him a cryptic phone call to tell him about their plans. they tell him, “i’m going to make you suffer, just like you’ve made so many others suffer: i’m going to kill the one thing you love most. and when you’re watching me do it, begging me not too– i’ll laugh.”

“puh-lease,” joker replies, obviously not taking this person seriously. “you think if it was that easy, i wouldn’t have done it already?”

“oh, i’m not talking about batman,” they say. “tell me… when was the last time you saw dr. quinzel?”

they hang up. joker is horrified. he teams up with batman in order to find and rescue harley quinn and the entire rogues gallery gets in on it to help him. where is this story, dc. harley deserves to be recognized like this after all the crap she’s been through because of the joker. WE deserve to see her recognized like this after all the crap we’ve watched her go through because of the joker. chop chop get on it

My DC Super Hero Girls wave ONE is now COMPLETE! These dolls look very promising and colorful, which I love! Definitely a line worth collecting! Many of you asked me how you can get your hands on these beauties, and here’s the answer: Target stores currently have them in their inventory. Each case comes with 6 dolls, and the core six are separated in two difference cases.
The first case includes two Harley Quinn dolls, two Bumblebee dolls and two Poison Ivy dolls. This case has a DPCI (only for Target use), which is 086-14-0181. The second case includes two Wonder Woman dolls, two Supergirl dolls and two Batgirl dolls. This case has a DPCI (only for Target use), which is 086-14-0169. NOTE: These dolls have a street date of February 28, 2016. A street date is kind of like a ‘release date’ for a product, that’s why they can’t have them out on the floor. Some Target stores claim they can’t sell them until that date, but they do ring up at the register for $19.99 + tax. It is up to the sells person and management if they want to sell them to you, so good luck!
Each doll has an Amazon listing as well, but they still don’t provide any information on when you can buy them, so I will share those links later. However, below I’ve added each dolls’ UPC (bar)code numbers for you to take to other retail stores like Walmart, Toys “R” Us and such, so they can tell you if they have them available. Here are the UPC codes:

Batgirl™: UPC # 887961267396
Wonder Woman™: UPC # 887961267389
Bumblebee™: UPC # 887961267358
Harley Quinn™: UPC # 887961267419
Supergirl™: UPC # 887961267365
Poison Ivy™: UPC # 887961267402

I hope you guys appreciate this information we are sharing exclusively to our social media pages. I wish you the best of luck on finding these beauties, they are totally worth it! Please don’t forget to “LIKE” our newest ‘DC Super Hero Girls Dolls’ Facebook page for upcoming information on this line, here’s the link: www.facebook.com/DCSuperHeroGirlsDolls
Once again I appreciate your constant support on my fan pages, I love having the fans involved! Don’t forget to share your pictures once you find the DC Super Hero Girls Dolls - Happy hunting! <3

Sneak preview from the Blizzard Ivy and Winter Harley Quinn shoot! The rest will be shared on Valentine’s Day, and we will be selling prints from the set at Blizzard World Minneapolis ComiCon ❄️

A big thank you to them team for the hard work and trudging through the snow to make this shoot happen!!

Blizzard Poison Ivy: @hjsteele
Winter Harley Quinn: Aradia Tombes
MUA: Jay Nicole
Photography: @eye-ofa-panda