I’m Not Harley Quinn Art Print

I'm Not Harley Quinn Art Print

It’s always touching when the child wants to follow in the parent’s footsteps… except when the parent is the Joker and the child looks like the innocent little darling on the I’m Not Harley Quinn Art Print.

The master of makeup you see before you was once known as the Joker’s daughter, and it’s easy to see why that’s believable. However, Duela Dent has made a habit of claiming almost every guy in Batman’s Rogue Gallery as dear old dad. In a stroke of genius, DC Comics cleaned up Ms. Dent’s history with the New 52 reboot, ignoring histories that involved alternate Earths and focusing on a girl so twisted that she had the Joker’s face sewn over hers and injected some of the Joker’s blood into her veins so she could be more like dear old “dad.”

Regardless of who the clown princess is really related to, artist Jesus A Conde did a great job of capturing the madwoman’s look.

The I’m Not Harley Quinn Art Print is available on Conde’s Deviant Art page as an art print, canvas print, or photo, in a wide variety of sizes and finishes, ranging from $0.56 for a 4 x 6 photograph to $117 for a 30 x 45 canvas print.

(via Geek Tyrant)

3 Comments

    • I kind of lost track of the character after the New 52 reboot. I know at one point in time she was saying she was the daughter of just about everybody except Two-Face.

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