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Are You Still Obsessed With Harley Quinn?

The Suicide Squad Star is Dominating Skin

Although the 2016 film Suicide Squad was poorly received by critics, earning a mere 26% on Rotten Tomatoes, it's still a major hit with comic book fans. This is mostly because the film, which centers on some of the most popular villains of the DC Universe, introduced Gotham City siren Harley Quinn to the big screen for the very first time. Harley Quinn has been a widely beloved super villain since being introduced in 1994 as the Joker's love interest. Her character, like her bad boy beau, has evolved stylistically throughout the years—transforming from a classic court jester to a seductive streetwise assassin. Fans were quick to embrace the revamped Harley in Suicide Squad after the first promotion images leaked in 2015 and some began tattooing her likeness on their skin. Ever since, thousands of devoted Harley fanatics have inked the maniacal character and it's time you saw some of our favorite pieces of the Suicide starlet.

Harley Quinn Margot Robbie Liz Cook Tattoo Watermark

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