DC's Harley Quinn Clip Trolls "Snyder Cut" Fanboys

Harley Quinn might not have been around for as long as many of Batman’s other famous adversaries, but she’s become one of the most iconic. Margot Robbie has, of course, given us a fantastic live-action version of Harley in Suicide Squad and Birds of Prey, and the DC Universe show Harley Quinn is now in its second season.

The latest episode of Harley Quinn hits the streaming platform today, May 1, and it’s set to focus on none other than Batman. DC has released a new clip which is very much in the irreverent, foul-mouthed, and very funny spirit of Season 1. In it, a pair of “fans” (we used that term lightly) sit on the sofa, debating the merits of watching the new episode. One of them–wearing a “Release the Snyder Cut” shirt–seems to have a big problem with any show set in Gotham that doesn’t feature Batman. Except the series Gotham that is, because it’s not a “tsunami of virtue-signalling.” Check it out below:

Harley Quinn premiered in November last year, and the series features Kaley Cuoco as Harley, Lake Bell as Poison Ivy, Diedrich Bader as Batman, Tony Hale as Doctor Psycho, and Jason Alexander as Sy Borgman. In his review of Season 1, GameSpot’s Chris Hayner said the show is “a great animated series and unlike anything else you’ll find on DC Universe–or in the superhero genre. It’s not afraid to be dirty and has an inspiring story at its heart.”

DC Universe is one of the many platforms that will soon be available on HBO Max. WarnerMedia’s new streaming services is set to feature brands such as CNN, TNT, The CW, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and Crunchyroll, as well as original shows and movies, plus big names like Friends, South Park, The Big Bang Theory, Wonder Woman, The Matrix, and more.

For more, check out GameSpot’s guide to the difference between HBO Go, HBO Now, And HBO Max.

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