To be honest, the way they've re-framed Harley and her relationship with Joker in this series, it doesn't surprise me that they'd do a very different take on "Mad Love." If the writers have an opportunity to continue to downplay Harley's relationship with Joker in any way or form, they are likely to take it.
We already get a glimpse of it in the trailer .
Are they going to reference Bane being Hispanic? Or is he just a George Lopez fan? Or trying to blow him up ?
Yes, that's correct. It's what the person was asking Schumacker about and he provided some context.We already get a glimpse of it in the trailer .
Kind of a no-brainer .-It picks up right where the first season left off. Gotham is in shambles, sort of inspired by the “No Man's Land” comic book run, the city has been divvied up by several of the high ranking members of Gotham's rogues’ gallery.
-We track Harley as she makes her way in this new post-apocalyptic world of these territories.
-Season 2 for Harley is, "What do I want now that I'm not living my life for someone else? What is it that I want?"
Jim is so desperate and in such dire marital straits that he ends up living with his daughte rin her college dorm .-Episode 2 is the first appearance of Barbara Gordon. When we meet her, she’s a college student in Gotham and her university has been commandeered by the Riddler. So, that episode becomes a bit of a Batgirl origin story. She's kind of coping with living under lockdown with The Riddler as the dean of this university. Also, her father, Jim Gordon, is her roommate - kind of against her will. He’s shacking up with her while he is spiraling towards his lowest points. So, his misery along with the absence of Batman and because of her determination, she ends up becoming Batgirl.
That's a different take on the relationship. Usually Ivy and Selina are treated as equals or even begrudging allies. Actually get the sense that Harley and Ivy are a little newer on the scene compared to other characters like Batman, Joker, and I guess now Catwoman .-Catwoman is the only person in the world that Ivy melts over with admiration towards. The way we portray her is that she’s just cooler than cool and Ivy gets uncharacteristically giddy when she's around her. Like she's just this icon, she's Ivy's Lady Gaga. Writer Sarah Peters helped forming this show's Catwoman.
She's certainly slippery .-Harley and Ivy need to extricate a certain weapon, which is under lock and key, at the National History Museum, which has been booby trapped and they need someone who is experienced in being slippery around booby traps. So Catwoman is a no-brainer.
Jim and Batgirl working together sounds neat. I'm actually kind of surprised that this version will wise up that it's his daughter .-Jim Gordon even bristles with the fact that there's someone who's acting in Batman’s place
-Batgirl and Jim become unwitting partners at one point in the show. He's oblivious to the fact that it's his own daughter. Eventually he gets wise to it.
-Overall, Barbara is part of his redemption arc.
I'm down for Harley and Kite Man .-Through the season, Harley and Kite Man’s relationship evolves. She begins to understand Kite Man more. There is a respect for him by the end of the season.
New members? Dead members? Big status quo shift ?-Second season shakes up the crew by the end of it
What we all want to hear .-Bane gets more screentime this season
I'm guessing the "spoilers" are other female villains...maybe Livewire? They don't know Cheetah. I wonder if they'll be close enough with Batgirl to bring her in ?-Episode 22 overall of the series is the Themyscira episode. It's girl trip to Themyscira with Harley, Ivy, Catwoman, and a couple of other spoilerly friends that has huge ramifications on Harley and Ivy's relationship, while also having a musical number that has been in the works for a very long time that is very ridiculous.
Part of the season premiere focuses on Jim so more context on the way.Jim is so desperate and in such dire marital straits that he ends up living with his daughte rin her college dorm .
I'm curious if we're going to see more characters from Amanda Connors' run like the Gang of Harleys. But I was thinking maybe Harley installs each of her crew to manage the territories they take over the course of the season since they will presumably dispatch the Injustice League.New members? Dead members? Big status quo shift ?
It's kind of funny how the showrunners for Harley Quinn are so open with talking about what's going to happen in the season but for the other streaming animated series, Young Justice, it's the total opposite. lol.
It's because the producers of Harley Quinn don't think it's a deeper or more serious show than it actually is. And I personally attach an equal amount of frivolity to Young Justice's lousy writing, so all of the secrecy there strikes me as extra tedious.It's kind of funny how the showrunners for Harley Quinn are so open with talking about what's going to happen in the season but for the other streaming animated series, Young Justice, it's the total opposite. lol.
But yeah, I think this might be the first time someone voices Nora in animation.
From the interview they seem to treat the material and fan investment seriously, because they talk about their ideas and the thought process behind it. They might just really like talking about what they have coming up .It's because the producers of Harley Quinn don't think it's a deeper or more serious show than it actually is. And I personally attach an equal amount of frivolity to Young Justice's lousy writing, so all of the secrecy there strikes me as extra tedious.
4/4: I'd guess he's long since moved away from Gotham and is probably Nightwing in Bludhaven or the West Coast with the Titans.I doubt Damian is the first Robin too (and we know the Teen Titans exist), so I wonder where Dick is ?
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