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|Dr. Harleen Quinzel|
See Also: Harley Quinn
Dr. Harleen Quinzel is the alter ego of Harley Quinn who first appeared on portable versions of LEGO Batman: The Videogame in 2008. She was released in physical form for the first time five years later in 2013, under the Super Heroes theme.
In LEGO Batman: the Videogame
Harleen has a hairpiece in yellow with pigtails. She has a torso decorated with the pattern of a white shirt with a red and black tie on it, and a white jacket with an ID card pinned to it. Her arms, hips and legs are white with some light nougat at the bottom of them and her hands are light nougat.
2013 Super Heroes Variation
Her face depicts Harleen wearing circular, black glasses, and smirking with red lipstick and a second painted face with make-up resembling her grinning face from 6857 and looks like it was haphazardly put on. She wears a white button-up shirt with a name tag and has red and black under it which shows at the shirt's neckline. She has backprinting depicting the back of her lab jacket and feminine curves. Her hips and legs are white. Harleen has the Nurse's hairpiece in Cool Yellow, which can be interchanged with a red and black jester's hat.
Dr. Harleen Quinzel was a psychiatrist interning at Arkham Asylum, having been fascinated in studying The Joker. During their sessions, Quinzel fell madly in love with the Joker, breaking him out of Arkham several times and having her psychiatric license revoked. She would then re-invent herself as Harley Quinn, sidekick and lover of The Joker. Besides The Joker, Harley Quinn also works with Poison Ivy, with whom she is close friends. She is a skilled gymnast as well as having psychiatric knowledge. She refers to the Joker as "Mister J" or her pet name "Puddin'" rather than by his title.
Gallery of Variants
- She has the same back printing as Pepper Potts, except Pepper uses a darker shade of grey.
- Her name bears a similarity to the term "harlequin", which she exaggerates in her villain name, Harley Quinn.
Video game appearances