And it still won't stink half as bad as most of DC's other comics.
Source: via Gotham Spoilers
DC's All Access video series this week revealed a potent future for beleaguered character Harley Quinn. After talking about next week's one-shot, Harley Quinn Invades Comic Con International: San Diego, writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Connor revealed that we'll get another special next month, which will redefine the hyperbolic "senses-shattering" description. That's right, DC is making a scratch and sniff Harley Quinn comic called Harley Quinn Scenticular (like "lenticular" - get it?!).
Don't look behind you, Japan! We'll catch up with those used panty vending machines soon!
"We'll have things going on that for some reason you're gonna want to scratch and..." said Palmiotti before Connor interrupted.
"Actually, it's rub and smell," she corrected him. "You don't want to scratch it because you'll scratch it off."
Of course it is. So yeah. In August (?), DC will sell you a comic where you can rub Harley Quinn and then smell her. Fantastic.
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