New origin for Harley Quinn revealed in SUICIDE SQUAD #6 & #7

New origin for Harley Quinn revealed in SUICIDE SQUAD #6...

By DCE Editorial Thursday, December 8th, 2011
In this two-part story “The Hunt for Harley Quinn” written by Adam Glass with art by Clayton Henry, Harley’s former teammates on the Suicide Squad track her through Gotham City as she tries to discover the truth behind the Joker’s disappearance. Along the way we’ll learn Harley’s origin as Dr. Harleen Quinzel, a groundbreaking psychiatrist who works her way into the Joker’s mind as he works his way into hers, revealing her own madness within. When we asked editor Pat McCallum about this storyline here’s what he had to say, “We don’t promise a happy ending. But the book’s called SUICIDE SQUAD, so I guess that should be obvious. 'The Hunt for Harley Quinn' is the mission we’ve been building to since SQUAD #1. While we’ll learn Harley’s origin, observe her first meeting with the Joker, see a new Squad lineup AND learn why King Shark has been acting so weird, it’s the last few pages of issue #7 that are a punch to the gut. For the Squad members that survive (and not all will), 'The Hunt for Harley Quinn' will leave them scarred both inside and out. Deadshot fans be warned.”

(The cover of SUICIDE SQUAD #7 by Ivan Reis and Eber Ferreira)