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Presented below is the guide to the Gotham Girls comic series.

Gotham Girls #1 - Cat's Paw
Cover Date - October 2002
Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

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The women of the hit WB Online webtoon burst into the animated DC Universe in an action-packed miniseries! Unable to resist a golden opportunity to fund her beloved lion preserve, Catwoman heists a vial of a mysterious formula for a shady company - only to discover she's actually working for Poison Ivy and mallet-wielding sidekick Harley Quinn. That sets off an every-villain-for-herself chase across Gotham's rooftops - and attracts the attention of both Batgirl and officer Renee Montoya, who reluctantly team up to join in the fray!

Gotham Girls #2 - Ivy League
Cover Date - November 2002
Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

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In the hot new series based on the WB Online webtoon, the female stars of the animated Gotham universe duke it out! Detective Renee Montoya, investigating the theft of a mysterious chemical compound, follows the deadly trail of Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, while Ivy tries to convince Catwoman and Batgirl that they should cooperate with her (fat chance)!

Gotham Girls #3 - Harlquinade
Cover Date - December 2002
Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

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Harley Quinn gets control of a chemical formula everyone wants, which means that nothing goes as planned - not even for her best pal Poison Ivy. And Detective Renee Montoya is hot on everyone's trail...

Gotham Girls #4 - I Carry A Badge!
Cover Date - January 2002
Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

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Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn think they've succeeded in stealing Ivy's plant formula back from the chemical company that stole it first. But it's good girls vs. bad girls as Detective Renee Montoya finally catches up to - and teams up with - Batgirl!

Gotham Girls #5 - Bat Attitude
Cover Date - Feburary2002
Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

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The action-packed miniseries concludes! As the clock runs out on gaining possession of a dangerous chemical, Batgirl finds herself torn between fighting and feeling - for Harley's loneliness, Poison Ivy's protectiveness, and Catwoman's love of danger. But she and Detective Renee Montoya have to come down on the side of the law. Can they do it in time?

Harley Quinn and the Gotham Girls
Release Date - February 12, 2020
Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

Unable to resist a golden opportunity tofund her beloved lion preserve, Catwoman heists a vial of a mysterious formula for a shady company - only to discover she's actually working for Harley and Ivy! Detective Renee Montoya, investigating the theft of the formula, follows thedeadly trail of Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, while Ivy tries to convince Catwoman and Batgirl that they should cooperate with her. Then, Harley Quinn gets control of the chemical formula everyone wants, which means that nothinggoes as planned - not even for her best pal, Poison Ivy! Collects Gotham Girls #1-5.










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