The moment, which Murphy said comes at the end of the issue, reveals that Batman and Harley Quinn are married, as Quinn tells Wayne that he's "her husband." Jack Napier/Joker, who made a reappearance at the end of Batman: Beyond the White Knight #1, is also standing there in shock.
Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are back together, proving themselves as the healthiest superhero couple to come out of Gotham City.
During one of their visits, she drew a heart on the outside of the glass during their phone call. Readers find out in Batman: Beyond the White Knight No. 2 that their connection was romantic. Harley and Bruce Wayne are married.
Harley Quinn is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Quinn was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm as a henchwoman for the supervillain Joker in Batman: The Animated Series, and debuted in its 22nd episode, "Joker's Favor", on September 11, 1992.
Historically, Harley Quinn is a former psychiatrist who falls in love with the criminally insane Clown Prince of Gotham. Joker manipulates Quinn and she falls for his devilish charm, not knowing that it would be her eventual downfall and she would become a partner in clown-themed crime with Joker.
In June 2015, Poison Ivy was revealed to be romantically involved with Harley Quinn by Harley Quinn series writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, stating that she is in a romantic relationship with Harley "without the jealousy of monogamy".
Harley Quinn season two ends with Harley and Ivy finally accepting their feelings for one another and pursuing a romantic relationship.
The Joker does not reciprocate her love and is in fact incapable of romantic emotion as he sees people only as tools to further his own plans. Harley is in denial of this fact and prefers to view him as an antihero until she eventually has to come face-to-face with his complete disregard for her.
Lucy Quinzel is the daughter of the Joker and Harley Quinn and the niece of Delia Quinzel.
Harley and Joker break up because Harley is sick of living in Joker's shadow. She was more intelligent than the Joker and often planned their major heists. However, Joker always took all the credit.
Yes, Harley had a daughter whom she let her sister raise. She left the Joker for a year to have said child because she feared that that learning he is a father would lead to a worsening in the Joker's mental state. Her name is Lucy.
At the beginning of Suicide Squad, we learn that Harley Quinn wasn't always the wild and unpredictable villain she is today. Harley Quinn was once Dr. Harleen Quinzel, a psychiatrist who was assigned to be Joker's therapist. While she thought she was helping to cure the clown, she was falling in love with him.
Twin sisters Delia and Deidre Dennis were the grandchildren of Harleen Quinzel. They joined the Jokerz under the joint alias "Dee Dee" and later followed in their grandmother's footsteps as "hench-wenches" of the original Joker.
The latest issue of DC Comics's Injustice: Year Zero prequel series — set in an alternate reality inspired by the popular Injustice video game where Superman is a bad guy — confirms that Harley and Ivy tied the knot.
Later, Harley returns to her and Ivy's suite, and finds Ivy in a green wedding dress, with Harley's, daughter Lucy, her sister Delia, and an Elvis impersonator. Ivy proposes to Harley, suggesting that the two of them can forge their own path together. Harley immediately accepts, and the pair kiss.
In Injustice: Gods Among Us, Harley Quinn reveals she gave birth to Joker's daughter, but gave her up for adoption rather than subject her to a life with Joker as a father. Similarly, Harley becomes a mother to twin children in the Batman: White Knight universe, though with happier results.
As he sets off to finally stop Batman once and for all—this time through legal means—he comes to terms with how terribly he treated Harley when he was out of his mind. In issue #2, Jack proposes to Harley, and she accepts.
During the video game Batman: Arkham City, a positive pregnancy test can be found inside the Sionis Steel Mill, where the Joker and Harley are living.
Do Joker and Harley Quinn have sex? - Quora. Yes, they have. In one of the comics, Harley was talking to someone who said they were pregnant. Harley then mentions how she had a daughter with the Joker, but she left so she could have the baby, because she knew Joker wouldn't be a good father.
Harley Quinn started gave the Joker the nickname of Mr. J when she was still a pyschiatrist at Arkham Asylum. She also often calls him Puddin.
Harley Quinn: Best known as "The Joker's Girlfriend", Harley has had occasional romantic encounters with Batman, most notably her kiss with him in the episode Harley's Holiday from Batman: The Animated Series.
Luckily, she did not kill the co-worker she hooked up with, but that was overshadowed by the fact that she cheated on Harley with her (which this comic confirms was cheating, as Harley and Ivy are confirmed to still be “girlfriends”).
Harley Quinn, born Harleen Frances Quinzel, was a psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum who was turned into an insane criminal and girlfriend of the Joker.
But with both Gotham villains currently headed down different paths of self-discovery in the comics, they quietly called it quits. “Our story…it's not over,” Harley tells a teary Ivy in Harley Quinn #10. “But you need to find your own path, too.