"A Heart Broken in Two!": Harley Quinn just broke up with her Puddin' and can't stand the situation at all. However, she tries to handle it without support from her best friend, Poison Ivy. She decides that she ne
- He... He loves me not...
- -- Harley Quinn
Appearing in "A Heart Broken in Two!"
- Poison Ivy (Hallucination)
- Gotham City Police Department (On a TV or computer screen)
- The Joker (Flashback only)
- The Penguin (Cameo)
Synopsis for "A Heart Broken in Two!"
Harley Quinn just broke up with her Puddin' and can't stand the situation at all. However, she tries to handle it without support from her best friend, Poison Ivy. She decides that she needs a job and persuades Two-Face to let her work for him. The plan is kidnapping Oscar Cartwright to collect two ransoms - one from his wife Anya and one from his mistress Dana. Two-Face and his new henchgirl manage to kidnap Oscar and his mistress, when the two try to hang out discretely at the Iceberg Lounge. It turns out that Anya and Dana are the same person. Oscar's wife has just a split personality.
Harley's endeared of by Cartwright's acceptance of his wife just the way she is, and the resulting double life he leads. Two-Face's obsession with such situations causes him to keep Anya instead of Oscar, because he thinks he and Anya would make a perfect pair.
Harley can't accept that he is trying to break up such a romantic relationship and turns on Two-Face. She prevents him from escaping with Anya, but blackmails Anya herself for money afterwards.
In the media, Harley's involvement in the prevented kidnapping is considered unlikely. However, one man, named "Happy" Jack knows better: He hires two guys to get him Harley Quinn. Meanwhile Harley decides that she is completely over the Joker now and wants to celebrate this with a slumber party ...
- This book was first published on November 8, 2000.
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