The Best Characters On DC Universe's 'Harley Quinn'
What do you get when you cross one of Gotham’s most popular supervillains with some of DC’s greatest characters? Debuting in 2019, Harley Quinn premiered to unanimous acclaim, with both critics and audiences singing praises of the cartoon's ridiculously raunchy low-brow humor. (Seriously, any show to give Condiment Man some screentime is a win in our book.)
After breaking up with the Joker, Quinn tries to win a seat at the biggest table for supervillainy around: the Legion of Doom. Along the way, she gets into various misadventures with her ragtag group of pals, running afoul of all sorts of terrible cretins. Some are good, some are bad, and some occupy that teeny tiny gray area in the middle. On one side you have Batman and Supes, while on the other you have the likes of Bane, and The Riddler, and Mr. J himself. But out of all the various heroes and villains, who do you think the best characters on Harley Quinn are?
Featuring an amazing cast of heroes and villains and even more amazing voice talent (including Kaley Cuoco, Lake Bell, Alan Tudyk, Jason Alexander, Rachel Dratch, and more), some of the biggest names in the DC Universe make appearances throughout the series, with loads more in store.
Check out the list below and vote up all the best Harley Quinn characters you were thrilled to see a different side of in the adult animated series.
- 176 VOTES
Uh, I hate to be a downer, but we are completely and utterly screwed. Oh, I wore that well. Hmm. Maybe I don't hate being a downer. Ooh, maybe I shouldn't feel so much pressure to put a positive spin on things.
Played by: Ron Funches
- 288 VOTES
So this must be where you f*** the bats.
Played by: Kaley Cuoco
- 395 VOTES
A very enlightened statement, Batman. We'll carve it on your headstone.
Played by: Lake Bell
- 493 VOTES
Your idle gossip distracts me from my master plan. Break the Batman. Punish Gotham for its transgressions, and stand atop the mountain of skulls left in my wake.
Played by: James Adomian
- 560 VOTES
I'm gonna say something embarrassing here. I didn't have a nemesis until my late 20s.
Played by: Diedrich Bader
- 666 VOTES
Terse. Lucid. Organically wove the theme of his target into the barb! A triumph!
Played by: Alan Tudyk