DC Comics’s Harley Quinn has gained lots of fans since the cinematic universe revealed her in Suicide Squad. The character unveiled herself as one of the most dangerous and hilarious villains in Gotham City.
Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie, will also receive her own standalone title under Warner Bros. due to the positive response from the audience. While DCEU has just begun utilizing the fictional character, the comic universe has already gained success in a standalone issue.
Recently, the “Harley Quinn and Her Gang Of Harleys #6” variant cover was released by DC Comics. While fans were excited to see Harley’s athletic and curvy form, the cover served its purpose in mocking DCEU.
In the cover, fans can see the only male member, Harvey Quinn, holding a book. The description on it says, “I LOVE MARTHA,” a reference from the climactic scene of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The scene involves both Superman and Batman in a dramatic moment; both superheroes bonded due to the similarities of their parent’s name. However, fans and critics were disappointed, and the movie was mocked for its touching reference.
While DCEU and Warner Bros. decided not to share their detailed opinion on the “Martha “reference, it looks like DC Comics decided to mock the studio over the blunder. Fans can check out the cover below.
Initial reviews of “Harley Quinn and Her Gang Of Harleys #6” have also been released. Batman News rated the comic 7.5/10, and fans can check it out here.
Currently, Harley fans are expecting announcements on her standalone movie. The news was more exciting since Margot Robbie will also be executive producer for the title as well.
— DC (@DCComics) September 23, 2016
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