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Kids Harley Quinn Costumes for Sale

Friday, October 11th, 2019

Since Halloween falls on a Thursday this year, people are going to have their Halloween parties earlier on the weekends so you want to shop early for your child’s Harley Quinn Halloween costume this year! The hit children show DC Superhero Girls and the classic Batman animated series has made the Harley Quinn a popular Halloween costume among girls! Harley Quinn was actually originally introduced to fans in the 90s “Batman: The Animated Series” on the WB network, not in the DC comic books like other Gotham City villains like Poison Ivy. There are a variety of different styles of costumes inspired by the different Batman shows. Halloween is next week so don’t keep putting off buying a costume! If you are in a rush, overnight and 2 day shipping options are available, especially if you need your costume this weekend before Halloween!

Kids Harley Quinn Costume Ideas

Kid Harley Quinn Costume for Girls

Child Harley Quinn Costume

Kid Shiny Harley Quinn Dress Costume

Deluxe Shiny Harley Quinn Dress

Kid Premium DC Superhero Girls Harley Quinn Costume

Premium DC Super Hero Girls

Child Hooded Harley Quinn Dress Costume

Child Hooded Harley Quinn Dress

Child DC Superhero Girls Harley Quinn Costume

DC Super Hero Girls Harley Quinn

Child Harley Quinn Jumpsuit Costume

Classic Child Harley Quinn Jumpsuit

Harley Quinn is one Dr. Harleen Quinzel a character originating the Batman animated show from the 1990s. Her name is a play on the word “harlequin” and she dresses in the style of a old fashioned red and black pattern of a harlequin jester. Actually she is one of the few characters originated from a cartoon first, specifically the 1990s Batman he Animated Series. Her popularity later led her to be included in the DC Comic book The comic book version of this character, just like the comic-book creation of The Joker, is more dangerously psychotic and less humorous than her eccentric animated cartoon version. Harley was soon adapted within the graphic novel Mad Love as well in the Batman comic book series. Harley Quinn has already been portrayed on TV by Arleen Sorkin, Hynden Walch, and Mia Sara. From 2001-2003, a Harley Quinn comic series has been released, however she is at present a walk-on star in numerous other comic books.