We have some breaking news direct from Dc about New York Comic Con, and it’s all about our fantabulous Clown Princess. Harley Quinn is storming Gotham City with an announcement from DC in anticipation of the new Birds of Prey film and her new solo animated series. Check out the press release below:
HARLEY QUINN STORMS GOTHAM CITY
FROM HUDSON YARDS TO JAVITS CENTER…
HARLEY QUINN DESCENDS ON NEW YORK COMIC CON
DC & Warner Bros. to celebrate Harley’s upcoming adventures on the big and small screens with a crazy array of events across the city, including a movie costumes display, an immersive Harley Quinn Art Gallery … and more!
BURBANK, CA – SEPTEMBER 26, 2019 – New York Comic-Con is about to get sassy as DC and Warner Bros. bring Harley Quinn to Gotham City in a big way!
In celebration of the much-anticipated release of the new DC UNIVERSE original animated series Harley Quinn, as well as her upcoming feature in which she teams up with a gang of absolutely kickass DC girls, Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), fans will have multiple opportunities to interact with this beloved character from comics, TV and film, including a mix of fun activations, stunts…and a surprise or two!
BIRDS OF PREY (AND THE FANTABULOUS EMANCIPATION OF ONE HARLEY QUINN)
The DC booth (#SC4001) opens on Thursday with the reveal of several never-before-seen Birds of Prey character costumes from the film, including Harley Quinn, Black Canary, Huntress, Renee Montoya and Cassandra Cain. Fans can take part in photo opportunities, giveaways and cosplay meet-ups, as well as be the first to see new lifestyle products inspired by the film. In addition to Funko’s collectible Pop! figures, Harley devotees can look for exclusive fashion collections from premier brands and retailers! In addition, on Saturday and Sunday, the DC booth will transform into the ultimate Harley playground with – because, of course, with Harley you should expect the unexpected – special surprises.
Outside the convention center, and all across the city, Warner Bros. Pictures’ Birds of Prey… will tantalize fans with eye-popping, psychedelic, Harley-ized billboards popping up everywhere. So be on the lookout – meaning, look up!
HARLEY QUINN POP-UP GALLERY
The mayhem continues on Friday, October 4 at the DC UNIVERSE Headquarters (#DCUHQ) at the Hudson Yards Loft with the debut of “The Fantabulous Evolution of One Harley Quinn Gallery”, an immersive pop-up installation.
The Fantabulous Evolution of One Harley Quinn Gallery, just steps from the Javits Center, and open to the public, Harley will reign from the original concept sketch for Batman: The Animated Series through the theatrical release of Birds of Prey cover art.
No Badge Required! This fun, interactive exhibit will invite fans to experience the evolution of DC’s most delightfully deranged Super-Villain. From her first comic book appearance to her upcoming animated series and her next big-screen adventure, get a sneak peek at all things Harley Quinn including special edition cover art, original and exclusive art from the new animated series as well as model sheets, sketches, collectibles, props, costumes and more. The exhibit will feature art by Amanda Conner, Jim Lee and Bruce Timm, among others. No badges, tickets or reservations required!
“Harley is allowed to be human, just like the rest of us. She can have fun, make mistakes, throw tantrums… you have a lot of characters that have to be perfect, but she can be imperfect. And what’s really fun is she gets to do all the mischievous and fiendish things that the rest of us can only fantasize about doing,” said Amanda Conner, legendary comic book artist and concept artist on the Harley Quinn animated series on DCU.
HARLEY QUINN ORIGINAL ANIMATED SERIES ONLY ON DCU
Fans will also get a chance to catch an early look at DC UNIVERSE’s adult animated action-comedy series Harley Quinn on Sunday, October 6 at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden at 1:05 pm. (NYCC badge required.)
PANEL: HARLEY QUINN IN COMICS
Harley Quinn continues to have an important role in the DC Publishing line. She’ll be celebrated at the convention with a panel, hosted by Damian Holbrook, and featuring writers and artists currently working on the following titles that will be promoted at NYCC on Saturday, October 5th from 5:15-6:15 (Room 1A21).
Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass – Written by Mariko Tamaki, with art by Steve Pugh. A young adult graphic novel on sale now!
Harley Quinn monthly series – Written by Sam Humphries, with art by Sami Basri; Issue #66 on sale October
Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity – Written by Kami Garcia; art by Mico Suayan and Mike Mayhew; Issue #1 on sale October 9
Harley Quinn: Villain of the Year – Written by Mark Russell; issue #1 on sale December 18
Birds of Prey – Written by Brian Azzarello; Art by Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy; Issue #1 on sale in February 2020
To keep up with all the Harley activities during NYCC, get the latest updates on the DC and DC UNIVERSE social channels including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Birds of Prey is directed by Cathy Yan and is set to release on February 7th, 2020.
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