Tini Howard + Sweeney Boo take over ‘Harley Quinn’ next March

DC celebrates 30 years of Harley with a new creative team and more.

As DC celebrates 30 years of Harley Quinn — she first appeared on Batman: The Animated Series in 1992 — they’ve announced that next March, Tini Howard and Sweeney Boo will take over the Harley Quinn ongoing series.

Neither creator is a stranger to Gotham City, as Howard currently writes Catwoman and will write the upcoming Punchline miniseries. And Boo was the artist for the Punchline back-ups that ran in The Joker’s recent ongoing series.

Here’s a look at the cover for their first issue:

And here’s the Harley 30th anniversary logo DC shared as well:

The news follows the release of the Harley Quinn 30th Anniversary Special, which arrived in stores this week. The anthology features contributions from many past and current Harley creators, including Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Stephanie Phillips, Stjepan Šejić, Sam Humphries, Kami Garcia, Rob Williams, Mindy Lee, Terry Dodson, Cecil Castellucci, Rafael Scavone and Harley Quinn co-creator Paul Dini.

Read the rest of the press release for more on DC’s big Harley plans, which include merchandise, food truck at NYCC and more.

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