Everyone knows and loves Harley Quinn, but did you know Harley Quinn is Jewish? She sure is. Everyone's favorite meshuggeneh hottie has a Yiddish Mishpocheh. Her family is actually a mix of Jewish and Catholic.
Arleen Sorkin, the actress who both inspired and voiced Harley Quinn, is Jewish. This, coupled with Yiddish terminology, spliced into Harley's dialog, led to speculation. In 2010 DC Comics solidified it. In Gotham City Sirens #7 Harley Quinn visits her Jewish and Catholic family. And it is no surprise. Boy, Harley Quinn sure has chutzpah!
Harley Quinn is preparing for a Hanukkah celebration. She has her menorah and anxious to eat lots of latkes. Since not many Jewish families live in Gotham, Harley invited some of her goyish neighbors and is very excited to introduce them to Jewish traditions. Harley's Hanukkah party is sure to be a smash!
To make her gentile friends more comfortable, Harley adds green and red reindeer antlers to her attire.
Batgirl is the first to arrive, and she volunteered to make the latkes!
Next is a surprize visit from the 11th Doctor!
Dinner is almost ready, and Harley Quinn is getting so excited!
Harley made chicken, gravy, noodle kugel, stuffing, freshly baked challah, and a vegetable medley of carrots, parsnip, and celery. Batgirl made the latkes, and Mista J should be here soon with the sufganiyot.
Uh oh! Mista J just called and said he did not get the sufganiyot! He decided to rob a bank instead, and Harley Quinn is not happy. She told him, "Uh, c'mon puddin'! Well, ya can just use the bank's money to get a room for the night!" and hung up.
Her Israeli friend Avi is a locksmith. He joined the party, changed her locks, and brought the sufganiyot!
Everyone has finished their meal, and they are ready to play dreidel! Who will win the most gelt?
Harley thinks she will win!
The winner is Harley! Nes Gadol Hayah Sham!
Happy Hanukkah, and thank you for reading my page!