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So, I haven't updated since Monday, for which I apologize.  I blame the internet.  (Don't ask.  It's my building's fault, not mine.)  But meanwhile, I wanted to share a bit of extra artwork that [info]552158 has produced.  (She is the lovely person who has been creating the banners for Talking in Your Sleep.) 

Think of it as a preview for Chapter 9.



The dress, if you don't recognize it, is from the movie Atonement.  (Which is completely brilliant, by the way.)  I absolutely fell in love with it.

That's all for now.  Until later,
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Hello once again!
  I hope everyone's doing well.  I wanted to take a moment to throw a couple of things out there.

First, I have to apologize.  You're not going to like it.  Harleen is going back on hiatus.  I know.  I'm sorry.  Believe me when I say I feel bad about this.  The fact of the matter is that Read more... )


Read "Talking in Your Sleep" Preview )
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Harleen Extra

For those of you not too well-versed in the story of Harleen Quinzel, a.k.a. Harley Quinn, the Joker's psychotically awesome girlfriend, I've attached the cover of the comic book that told her origin story, Mad Love, as well as a YouTube video which has the origin scenes in the cartoon version of "Mad Love" from Batman the Animated Series.




A side note of intrest:  Harleen, or I should say "Harley," not unlike Chloe Sullivan, did not start out in the comic book canon.  Originally, she was a walk-on character in the Animated Series, only supposed to appear in one episode.  But, like Chloe, writers and fans alike fell in love with her.  She gained renown, an origin, and a role in the comic book universe, making a name for herself that no one would ever forget.

Not to mention she's the only girl who'd ever be able to get away with calling the Joker "Puddin'."  She's a one of a kind, kickass Supervillainess, and as her fans like to put it, "the only fangirl to ever get her man."

Did I mention the Joker can't tie his shoes without her?

Harley's Origin and Other Mad Fun )

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So, in the downtime between stories, here, I wanted to publish my "side notes" so to speak.  Just sort of some trivia from the story An Exceptional Young Woman if you're interested.

Dean Carter was so named in recognition of Lynda Carter, the actress who played Wonder Woman in The New Adventures of Wonder Woman. Not-so-coincidentally, she also played Chloe’s mother on Smallville. )

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