A brand-new artwork to promote HBO Max’s Harley Quinn animated collection honors the late work of charming comedian and artist for ebooks George Perez.
The artwork, which was posted on Twitter’s official Harley Quinn Twitter account, was created by Jennifer Coyle, Dusty Abell, Jeffrey Purves, Peter Girardi, and Megan Phonesavanh. It is based heavily on Perez as well as Romeo Tanghal’s design for the upcoming issue of Teen Titans #1. In the tribute, Harley Quinn herself stands as Robin (Dick Grayson) as well as Poison Ivy stepping in for Raven, Frank the Plant substituting for Starfire, Nightwing standing in for Wonder Girl, Batgirl standing in for Kid Flash, Robin (Damian Wayne) and Harley’s tiger as Beast Boy, and Swamp Thing acting as Cyborg. In addition to joining the group includes King Shark and Clayface.
Wolfman and Perez’s Run on Teen Titans Was Legendary
The Teen Titans were created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani in the late 1960s, the Teen Titans initially joined the DC Universe within the Nineteen Sixties. But the comic that saw Marv Wolfman and Andres Perez’s Eighties fight against the young superheroes would turn into possibly the most iconic. The story was written by Wolfman and illustrated by Perez, New Teen Titans #1 was first published by DC in the year 1980. In the course of their series, Wolfman and Perez came up with the now iconic character that includes Raven, Starfire, and Cyborg and redefined Garfield Logan/Beast Boy by renaming him the Changeling. They also gave Dick Grayson/Robin their most well-known alter-ego Nightwing in the context of “The Judas Contract.
The Wolfman-Perez’s New Teen Titans have served as the concept for a variety of divergences on screen, such as that of the Cartoon Network animated collection Teen Titans and its comedy-oriented spinoff Teen Titans Go!, the animated feature film Teen Titans: The Judas Contract and the live-action DC Universe/HBO Max collection Titans. In addition, Perez labored on quite many iconic films for both DC and Marvel as well as Crisis on Infinite Earths, Wonder Woman, and Avengers. In the spring of this year, Perez handed away on the age of 67, following an illness involving pancreatic cancer.
Harley Quinn Is Still Going Strong on HBO Max
With Kaley Cuoco as she is Harley Quinn, DC’s Clown The Princess Of Crime, Harley Quinn first aired in the series on DC Universe in 2019. The present was renewed for a second time in 2020 before jumping into HBO Max for its long-awaited third season. It finally was released in July and concluded a couple of days ago in September. 15. Despite the fact that animation has a shaky direction on HBO Max has formally renewed Harley Quinn for Season 4.
Harley Quinn Seasons 3 and 4 are streaming now through HBO Max.