DC Universe is launching its own Harley Quinn animated series, and fans are losing it. The famous Comic creator has been experimenting with the animated series to launch a very hard-R cartoon aimed at adults. This has made it possible for the characters to misbehave in a way never seen before in the comics. The makers of the Harley Quinn Comics are unabashedly proud of the upcoming series.
Harley Quinn Series
DC Universe recently released a preview for the episodes of Harley Quinn. During the press release, the show has a letter attached to it. The message consists of raw and expletive-laden instructions for how to discuss any DC’s Harley Quinn Spoilers.
It is safe to say Harley Quinn wants fans to “Spoil Whatever the F**k You Want.”
The embargo letter for DC Universe's new Harley Quinn series is *chefs kiss* pic.twitter.com/gvVL1kDGZX
— Alex Zalben (@azalben) October 30, 2019
DC’s Marketing Strategy
Discussing whatever the heck you want is a well-planned marketing strategy by DCU. Harley Quinn is going to live or die on its shock and awe antics. This will generate enough buzz to make DC fans to watch the raunchy comedy series. To achieve the goal, DCU wants its fans to discuss things freely. People need to talk about the shocking and hilarious moments of the show. However, this cannot be accomplished if one worries about the press comments. Hence, DCU is giving its fans the freedom to share the juicy details as freely as possible.
Achieving that goal requires strong word-of-mouth from people telling others just how shocking and hilarious specific moments of the show are. It’s the kind of process that can’t flourish with people and press worrying about sharing those juicy details freely as possible.
Harley Quinn, based on the DC characters, focuses on Harley Quinn, who has finally broken things off with the Joker. She attempts to make it on her own as the criminal Queenpin of Gotham City. The series features Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and a whole cast of heroes and villains, old and new, from the DC Universe.
DC Universe’s Harley Quinn hits the service on November 29th.