"He Loves Me Not" from Harley Quinn #2 (DC, 2001) by Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson
Harley Quinn was born in the animated series, and seeing how popular a character she was, it's not surprising she would eventually turn up in the comics as well. The only surprise is that it took so long. Did they think her relationship to the Joker was all a little silly for "grown-up" comics? Maybe. After all, her regular series cut her off from her Mister J, as she struck out on her own for 38 issues. Never really read it. Every time I picked up an issue, it was filled with cheesecake, which just didn't sit well with me, as a fan of the all-ages Bruce Timm version. But maybe I was missing out on something? You tell me.