It’s the 30th anniversary of the breakout character from the seminal Batman: The Animated Series, Harley Quinn. To celebrate the Harley Quinn 30th anniversary, DC Comics has announced announced a whole host of activities taking place in two weeks at NYCC. Moreover, the publisher announced writer Tini Howard and artist Sweeney Boo as the new creative team for the ongoing Harley Quinn title starting with issue #28 this March.

All month DC is celebrating thirty years of the Clown Princess of Crime, the one and only Harley Quinn! The fan-favorite Super-Villain made her debut in Batman: The Animated Series in 1992, and has been back-flipping into fan’s hearts since, from animation, to comics, movies, and an upcoming audio-series–and will be popping up at this year’s New York Comic-Con.

On Friday, October 7th, from 9:00am ET to 3:00pm ET, DC will be celebrating Harley Quinn’s 30th outside the Javits Center in New York City, for New York Comic Con attendees and Harley Quinn fans to get free Harley Quinn comics, swag, and breakfast, as well as cupcakes to celebrate. Follow @DCComics on twitter and instagram to find out more, and don’t miss DC at NYCC!

DC is also excited to announce a new creative team on the Harley Quinn comics, continuing off of the current run. On sale March 28, 2023, Harley Quinn #28 will be written by Tini Howard, writer on Catwoman (where Harley Quinn actually made a guest appearance) and the upcoming Punchline series, with art by Sweeney Boo, who’s also no stranger to the wilder denizens of Gotham City, having recently drawn the Punchline backups in DC’s The Joker, as well as art for Batman: Urban Legends. Don’t miss the continuing adventures of the one and only Harley Quinn, with more gags, cameos, and Ivy than ever!

Fans can pick up Harley Quinn 30th Anniversary Special currently on sale and featuring a who’s who of Harley creators, including writers Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Stephanie Phillips, Stjepan Šejić, Sam Humphries, Kami Garcia, Rob Williams, Mindy Lee, Terry Dodson, Cecil Castellucci, Rafael Scavone, and Paul Dini, who famously co-created the character along with Bruce Timm for Batman: The Animated Series. Artists bringing the stories to life include Chad Hardin, Guillem March, Riley Rossmo, Šejić, Erica Henderson, Jason Badower, Mico Suayan, John Timms, Dodson, Rachel Dodson, Dan Hipp, and Rafael Albuquerque.

There is also an incredible array of Harley Quinn apparel, collectibles and more, including DC Shop which has curated shirts, shoes and even classic animation cels showing off thirty years of Harley Quinn.