Why Does Joker Break Up With Harley?

Did Harley Quinn kill the Joker?

The latest issue of Batman: Curse of the White Knight has made history with its shocking twist to Bruce Wayne’s family history, but that’s just the beginning..

What is Harley Quinn’s catchphrase?

“Oh, come on, Puddin! Don’t you wanna rev up your ‘Harley’? Vroom vroom!”

What did the Joker do to Harley Quinn?

In the updated origin story, the Joker pushes Quinzel into a vat full of the same chemical that bleached his skin white and turned him insane, and he does so against her will.

Who is Joker’s new girlfriend?

Anti-Harley QuinnMeet Punchline: The Joker’s New Partner and the “Anti-Harley Quinn”

Who is Joker’s girlfriend?

Harley QuinnPunchlineJoker /Significant others

Who is Joker’s dad?

Thomas WayneYou have been warned! In Joker, Thomas Wayne (Batman’s father) and Penny Fleck (Joker’s mother) are key characters. Penny claims that Thomas is actually Arthur’s father.

Do Harley Quinn and Joker have a baby?

Yes! Harley and The Joker have a daughter named Lucy! In one of the comics, Harley talks about her pregnacy and how she left the Joker for awhile so she could have the baby. It has also been said that Harley has Grandkids!

Did the Joker Die in Suicide Squad?

More Suicide Squad In a Twitter post, the Bright director explained that Joker survives the crash and goes on to strike a deal with Echantress (Cara Delevingne), which would allow him to take Harley back to Gotham where they’d rule the city.

Does Joker really love Harley?

Joker doesn’t love anyone. He is only obsessed with Batman. … In her true character form she loves him, and he takes advantage of this to escape justice and use her. Harley Quinn is Paul Dini and Bruce Timm creation, the way they have always written her has never shown Joker truly caring about her at all.

Why does Harley Quinn like the Joker?

Harley became enamored by the Joker while she was working as a psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum. The Joker was one of her patients and despite the warnings of her colleagues that he was incurable, she insisted on treating him, believing that she could gain fame from treating such a difficult case.