However, Harley ultimately chooses instead to release the Joker from his cell and together the two orchestrate a violent takeover of the facility that results in most of the guards and staff members either being killed or taken hostage by the inmates. After a fight and reconciliation, Harley learns that the Joker has been living on the island as a god and making the inhabitants dress up as various superheroes and track him down while playing tricks on them. Under Conner and Palmiotti's writing, Harley was reinvented as an antihero who, after being released from the Suicide Squad and having her public files erased, values human life more or less and actively tries to improve life in her neighborhood, with mixed results. When Nightwing comes to, he's tied to Harley's bed, requesting her assistance in the case as she's far more concerned with deciding what to do with the crimefighter not just in her home, but having uncovered her attempts to 'go straight. The Animated Series with a noticeably
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It's that strength of muscle and resolve that tip off Nightwing in the first place - making it even more interesting when he's firmly locked into the latter role of this game of cat and mouse. Heroes, villains, regular people, there have been a great number of Nightwing hookups. SubZero Batman Beyond: At Coney Island, the Batman informs Harley that while he still distrusts her, he admires her attempt at heroism and promises not to interfere. If she is over-extended though, like when she was turned into a Man-Bat, her immunity can be worn down and such things will work for a time. Sounds that quickly descend into giddy laughter, opening the door to find Nightwing and Harley in a furious tickle fight. Not only on the treatment or mere presence of casual sex, but whether it takes place at all.