History ComicBook / GothamCitySirens

3rd Apr '17 8:14:52 PM KingClark
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The series, like every other in Franchise/TheDCU, was cancelled with the end of Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}, with the three regulars going their separate ways. Catwoman will debut in a new solo book, Poison Ivy will join the ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey, and Harley Quinn will become a member of the new SuicideSquad.

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The series, like every other in Franchise/TheDCU, was cancelled with the end of Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}, with the three regulars going their separate ways. Catwoman will debut in a new solo book, Poison Ivy will join the ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey, and Harley Quinn will become a member of the new SuicideSquad.
ComicBook/SuicideSquad.
3rd Apr '17 8:14:33 PM KingClark
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[[caption-width-right:350:I was gonna add some sort of witty text here, but... [[DistractedByTheSexy well, ]]''[[DistractedByTheSexy look ]]''[[DistractedByTheSexy at that]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:I was gonna add some sort of witty text here, but... [[DistractedByTheSexy well, ]]''[[DistractedByTheSexy look ]]''[[DistractedByTheSexy at that]]]]
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8th Mar '17 11:42:06 AM AFP
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* ManipulativeBastard: The storylines "Hell Hath No Fury" and "Fr'''ends'''" show that Harley can do this almost as well as The Joker can, using her background as a psychiatrist to find that one key vulnerability each of her opponents has, which she uses against a series of asylum staff and prisoners, before finally using it to get the drop on [[spoiler: Poison Ivy]]

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* ManipulativeBastard: The storylines "Hell Hath No Fury" and "Fr'''ends'''" "Fri'''ends'''" show that Harley can do this almost as well as The Joker can, using her background as a psychiatrist to find that one key vulnerability each of her opponents has, which she uses against a series of asylum staff and prisoners, before finally using it to get the drop on [[spoiler: Poison Ivy]]
6th Mar '17 2:02:31 PM Wyldchyld
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* ActionGirl: These three women can individually ''mess you up'', and what they can do to you as a team does not bear thinking upon... [[FetishFuel unless you are into that sort of thing]].

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* ActionGirl: These three women can individually ''mess you up'', and what they can do to you as a team does not bear thinking upon... [[FetishFuel unless you are into that sort of thing]].
13th Dec '16 5:25:26 PM Digifiend
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A movie has been announced! [[http://www.cbr.com/harley-quinn-led-gotham-city-sirens-taps-suicide-squads-ayer-to-direct-margot-robbie/]]
14th Aug '16 10:20:07 AM AFP
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* LethalJokeCharacter: [[spoiler: [[TheDitz Harley]] [[ManipulativeBastard Quinn]]]]
14th Aug '16 10:18:18 AM AFP
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* ManipulativeBastard: The storylines "Hell Hath No Fury" and "Fr'''ends'''" show that Harley can do this almost as well as The Joker can, using her background as a psychiatrist to find that one key vulnerability each of her opponents has, which she uses against a series of asylum staff and prisoners, before finally using it to get the drop on [[spoiler: Poison Ivy]]
-->'''Harley''': [[spoiler: [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Is it because you love me?]]]]
14th Aug '16 10:08:56 AM AFP
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* NotSoDifferent: A full-page frame in Issue #24, "[[strike:Fri]]ends, Part Two" explicitly compares Joker and Harley's destructive relationship to [[DatingCatwoman Batman and Catwoman's relationship]], showing both couples leaping into battle in a split-frame shot, with Harley and Catwoman doing the same pose across the split, and Batman and Joker mirrored on either side.

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* NotSoDifferent: A full-page frame in Issue #24, "[[strike:Fri]]ends, "Fri'''ends''', Part Two" explicitly compares Joker and Harley's destructive relationship to [[DatingCatwoman Batman and Catwoman's relationship]], showing both couples leaping into battle in a split-frame shot, with Harley and Catwoman doing the same pose across the split, and Batman and Joker mirrored on either side.
13th Aug '16 6:45:13 AM AFP
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* DysfunctionJunction: They ''all'' have their issues.

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* DysfunctionJunction: They ''all'' have their issues. Both internally and with each other.


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* NotSoDifferent: A full-page frame in Issue #24, "[[strike:Fri]]ends, Part Two" explicitly compares Joker and Harley's destructive relationship to [[DatingCatwoman Batman and Catwoman's relationship]], showing both couples leaping into battle in a split-frame shot, with Harley and Catwoman doing the same pose across the split, and Batman and Joker mirrored on either side.
31st Jul '16 10:54:26 AM nombretomado
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''Gotham City Sirens'' was a monthly comic-book series published by DCComics co-starring Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, [[FemmeFatale Poison Ivy]] and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn, three characters who had previously recurred throughout the DC universe, primarily as [[ArchEnemy foes]] / [[NobleDemon allies]] / [[DatingCatwoman love-interests]] of Franchise/{{Batman}}. Their portrayals have varied widely over the years, ranging from terrorists to just shy of TheHero, and their current portrayal is right on the [[AntiVillain Anti-Villain]] / [[AntiHero Anti-Hero]] line. None of them have completely foresworn their extra-legal activities, but neither have they become a trio of {{Villain Protagonist}}s, either. The series lasted 26 issues (August, 2009-September, 2011).

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''Gotham City Sirens'' was a monthly comic-book series published by DCComics Creator/DCComics co-starring Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, [[FemmeFatale Poison Ivy]] and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn, three characters who had previously recurred throughout the DC universe, primarily as [[ArchEnemy foes]] / [[NobleDemon allies]] / [[DatingCatwoman love-interests]] of Franchise/{{Batman}}. Their portrayals have varied widely over the years, ranging from terrorists to just shy of TheHero, and their current portrayal is right on the [[AntiVillain Anti-Villain]] / [[AntiHero Anti-Hero]] line. None of them have completely foresworn their extra-legal activities, but neither have they become a trio of {{Villain Protagonist}}s, either. The series lasted 26 issues (August, 2009-September, 2011).



Written by Paul Dini, writer for many series in the [[{{DCAU}} DC Animated Universe]] and creator of Harley Quinn.

The series, like every other in TheDCU, was cancelled with the end of Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}, with the three regulars going their separate ways. Catwoman will debut in a new solo book, Poison Ivy will join the ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey, and Harley Quinn will become a member of the new SuicideSquad.

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Written by Paul Dini, writer for many series in the [[{{DCAU}} [[Franchise/{{DCAU}} DC Animated Universe]] and creator of Harley Quinn.

The series, like every other in TheDCU, Franchise/TheDCU, was cancelled with the end of Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}, with the three regulars going their separate ways. Catwoman will debut in a new solo book, Poison Ivy will join the ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey, and Harley Quinn will become a member of the new SuicideSquad.
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