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The newly single Harley Quinn sets off to make it on her own as the criminal queenpin in Gotham City.

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aired 115 days ago
Now that she has a crew -- including new member King Shark -- up-and-coming supervillain Harley Quinn needs a nemesis; while she goes after Gotham's big fish, Batman, she ends up with an adolescent Robin, making her a laughingstock of the underworld.
aired 118 days ago
Harley has her final showdown with the Joker.
aired 118 days ago
Harley thinks the Legion of Doom is behind Ivy's capture and the tree monsters currently ravaging Gotham, but it's a trap.
aired 118 days ago
Harley must rescue Ivy from the clutches of Scarecrow, who's trying to harvest her pheromones to make a super toxin that turns plants into sentient monsters.
aired 118 days ago
After a falling out with her crew, Harley heads back home to Bensonhurst, where her doting mother waits along with her deadbeat father, who's more dangerous than anticipated.
aired 119 days ago
After becoming a newly minted member of the Legion of Doom, Harley naturally finds she must spend time with The Joker; now that they're equals, Harley is in danger of backsliding into her old toxic relationship with Gotham's Clown Prince of Crime.
aired 119 days ago
Harley gets an invite to the Legion of Doom's prospective members party, but Ivy discovers that it is her that the group is really after, which may cause a rift between the besties.
aired 119 days ago
Desperate for her crew to have some "evil oomph," Harley breaks the Queen of Fables out of prison -- but finds that the storybook-themed villain is too evil for her tastes; Harley must extricate herself from Fables without destroying her crew.
aired 119 days ago
During a heist gone wrong -- thanks to Harley's impetuousness -- Clayface loses an arm, which turns out to be evidence to enterprising GCPD commissioner Jim Gordon and a key witness against Harley and her crew.
aired 120 days ago
While trying to find a lair to house her crew, Harley suffers a paralyzing identity crisis; with the help of Dr. Psycho's telepathic powers, the crew must enter Harley's mind to free her from her paralysis.
aired 120 days ago
Realizing that she needs a crew to pull of legit heists that will attract the Legion of Doom's attention, Harley tries to recruit disgraced Wonder Woman villain Dr. Psycho and Clayface, Gotham's shapeshifting thespian extraordinaire.
aired 120 days ago
Harley tries to make a big splash by crashing one of the Legion of Doom's criminal enterprises with the help of her BFF, Poison Ivy.
aired 120 days ago
Harley Quinn has finally broken things off with the Joker and tries to make it on her own as Gotham City's criminal queenpin; with the help of a ragtag crew of DC castoffs, she tries to get a seat at the biggest table in villainy, the Legion of Doom.

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