Harley Quinn made her 'Brave and the Bold' animated debut on the recent episode entitled 'Emperor Joker' which, as of writing this post (Harley Quesday night) is available for viewing on Cartoon Network.
If you haven't seen it yet, DO IT!
Harley appears as a Betty Boop-esque silent film comedienne as Joker and some other goons (all dressed as silent film comedians) rob a comedy museum. Joker later gains Bat-Mite's power and hilarity ensues.
You can see Buster Keaton goon and Charlie Chaplain goon in the background. There were also Harold Lloyd and Fatty Arbuckle goons. How cool is that?! And my daughter couldn't stop laughing at Joker's whoopie-cushion crown. The concept really tickled her funny bone, I can't imagine where she gets her sense of humor from!
Similar to Harley's Batman: The Animated Series debut, Harley's personality plays a bigger part than her costume in this episode. In fact, she never wears her 'usual' duds in this Batman: The Brave and the Bold - although they do appear...
...on Bat-Mite! And get a load of Joker-Mite looking all Jack Nicholson. Love it!
Well, that's it for today's Harley Qwednesday. Say 'goodnight,' Harley.