The writer of Harley Quinn defends the representation of Margot Robbie in Birds of Prey


Critical approval and positive reaction from the audience, reflected in consistent scores of 80% for the latest installment of DC Extended Universe Harley Quinn: birds of prey, officially known as Birds of Prey (and the fabulous emancipation of a Harley Quinn)It doesn't seem to be helping the movie's box office numbers, after her $ 33 million premiere weekend took her to the company of some of the worst financial actors in the history of DC's film efforts.

Although most critics praised Margot Robbie's interpretation of the recently updated title character, a role she repeats from the 2016 film by David Ayer's villain team. Suicide Squad, a dedicated minority of viewers continue to criticize the Australian description of the psychiatrist turned sociopath, and DC Comics writer Jimmy Palmiotti recently visited Twitter to talk with them:

The three 800-page collections in question are the three volumes of Harley quinn Bus that he co-wrote with artist Amanda Connor, and covered the creative stay of four years in the book of the married couple. The first volume collects problems # 0-16 from the second volume of Harley quinn along with a handful of one-shots and the one with six numbers Harley Quinn and Power Girl mini series; the second volume collects the numbers # 17-30 of Harley quinnThe second volume, another handful of one-shots and the six numbers. Harley's little black book mini series; and the third volume includes the first 34 numbers of the third volume of Harley quinn that the couple wrote before delivering creative control to Frank Tieri and Inaki Miranda in March 2018.

The character was created by Paul Dini, who originally appeared on Fox Kids Batman: the animated series episode "Joker’s Favor" in September 1992 and then appeared printed on that same continuity in The adventures of Batman # 12 in September 1993. Then he made his first appearance on the New Earth in the Batman: Harley Quinn one-shot, written by Dini and drawn by Yvel Guichet, in October 1999 before graduating to his own solo title, written by Karl Kesel and drawn by Terry Dodson, in December 2000, and finally making the transition to Prime Earth in Adam Glass and Federico Dallocchio Suicide Squad # 1 in November 2011.

Harley Quinn: birds of prey can be seen in theaters now, while Harley's next appearance, in James Gunn The suicide squad It can be seen on August 6, 2021. Sam Humphries & # 39; s Harley quinn # 71, meanwhile arrives on the shelves of your local comic book store on March 4.


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