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I like various incarnations of the Harley Qinn character, especially the New 52, because although damaged, she’s smart, intelligent (yes, I consider them different things), cute, sexy [(see above)though I usually perfer less full-bodied], with a strong personality and sense of self. If she were a real person I would be afraid and intimidated by her and enjoy it(my strengths lay in different areas). All that being said, I agree with you- Harley’s attire should reflect her personality and where she is in her life. Not as eye candy, no matter how appealing.