On the ‘What’s New in the New 52′ column, Bob Harras revealed that at the end of the first ‘Forever Evil’ issue, the Suicide Squad has broken up or disbanded if you will. As a result, Harley Quinn is for the first time, free from affiliation of any team she’s in. Her first solo adventure in a long time will be told in the pages of DETECTIVE COMICS #23.2: HARLEY QUINN.
“Harley Quinn finds herself free for the first time without any ties to a particular group. On her quest for self-discovery, she returns to Gotham City – but it’s not the same place it was before she left it. So naturally, Harley has a little scheme to shake things up. But that’s all I’ll say about that for now …
While Harley’s origin was told in the pages of SUICIDE SQUAD, there’s an untold chapter that will be revealed for the first time in this unique one-shot. You may think you know the whole story of her transition into a super-villain, but when you read the very first meeting between her and The Joker, you’ll see a whole different side of Harley than you’re used to.
And for the diehard Harley Quinn fans out there, keep your eyes peeled for a few Easter eggs scattered throughout the issue – like a reference to THE BATMAN ADVENTURES: MAD LOVE (Harley’s first appearance in comics) and a nod to actress Arleen Sorkin, who voiced Harley on the television show, Batman: The Animated Series.”
Source: DC Comics