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Harley Quinn (with mallet) based her outfit on the animated series, she bought the mask, dress & wig, her shoes were customised with leather paint, and the incredible mallet was made from glued foam yoga mats, acrylic paint and glossed over with PVA, and a mop handle on the other end. Harley Quinn (without mallet) based her costume on the first Batman Arkham Asylum video game but she has personalised it and has her real hair.
The cosplay girls tips and advice for new cosplayers is to not be afraid to dress up as whoever you want, it's about not being you and having fun, don't pressure yourself too much, if you suffer from anxiety and agoraphobia, then don't worry as the comic con crowd is very friendly and non-judgemental.
Tara Strong is the voice of Harley Quinn in Harley Quinn's Revenge video game, Kevin Conroy is Batman, Troy Baker is Robin & Nolan North as Harley Quinn Thugs.
There was a great cosplay crowd at London Film and Comic Convention for the contest and parade with all the best superheroes and villains from comic books and the movies wearing costumes, suits and outfits made from latex, spandex and leather.
Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, also known as Harley Quinn, first appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Jokers Favor" (episode #022, original air date: September 11, 1992) where she served as a humorous female sidekick to the Joker. In her first appearances she was depicted as a character completely devoted to the Joker, totally oblivious to his psychotic nature and his obvious lack of affection for her - a characterization that has remained more or less consistent throughout her subsequent appearances. Her name is a play on the word 'harlequin'.
Harley Quinn was meant to appear in the sequel to Batman & Robin , entitled Batman Triumphant, as one of the main antagonists alongside the Scarecrow. Quinn would have been portrayed by singer Madonna, and would have been rewritten as the Joker's daughter seeking revenge for his death instead of his psychologists-turned-henchwoman and lover. Any other details about Harley's role in the film are currently unknown. However, Triumphant was scrapped after the almost universal negative reviews of Batman & Robin. The unmade film served as a testament to Quinn's popularity, as Triumphant's production and initial planned release were set before Harley had been introduced into DC's main continuity.
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
In Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Harley is the name of a monkey owned by the Jester (Earth-Two's equivalent of the Joker).
Batman: Arkham Asylum
Harley Quinn appears in Batman: Arkham Asylum as one of the main antagonists. She is voiced once again by Arleen Sorkin.
Batman: Arkham City
Harley Quinn returns in the sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City. She is voiced by Tara Strong who replaces Sorkin.
DC Universe Online
Arleen Sorkin reprises her role as Harley Quinn in DC Universe Online. Her look is similar to her Batman: The Animated Series appearance.
Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe
Harley Quinn was originally intended to be a playable DLC character together with Quan Chi in Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe but due to Midway's bankruptcy, it was cancelled.
LEGO has made a minifigure of Harley Quinn who looks very similar to her Batman: The Animated Series appearance. She comes in the set with a large "truck" with a hammer on the side and a LEGO version of Batman, who appears to be wearing the same batsuit as he does in The Dark Knight. LEGO Batman comes with a vehicle resembling the Batpod, though very movie inaccurate.
Thanks to London Film & Comic Convention http://www.londonfilmandcomiccon.com
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