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B:GCC - Mission 22 "Explosive Surprise" has Harley Quinn and her gang prepping some explosive packages to send through the USPS to various locations in Gotham.  Apparently postal regulations are looser in the DC Universe.  


The whole family



Harley in one of her newer outfits and her signature POW! hammer.  I kinda screwed up her face when I tried to paint on eyebrows.  Tried to fix it but no luck.  

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Bud and Lou, a girl's best friend.

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Harley Quinn's gang.  



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