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DC - Gotham City Sirens by AnaGraceCosplay DC - Gotham City Sirens by AnaGraceCosplay
This was my first ever legit photoshoot!
I work really hard on my Poison Ivy cosplay, hand sewing leaves and painting the boots, along with attempting to curl the wig (Which would NOT curl ugh)
And then these two lovely ladies kidnapped me and made me feel so welcomed during the DC photoshoot at Anime Boston!
And the pictures look soooo good!
I've never been so happy to cosplay, especially considering I was really nervous being such a popular and powerful (and sexy) woman such as Poison Ivy

Pose is based on the 4th issue of Gotham City Sirens!

Catwoman is - :iconhquinnzell:
Harley Quinn is - :iconharleyqueenofdiamond:

:camera: by :iconterminux: and uploaded with permission
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Amani-the-Wise Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
boogeyman930 Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Professional General Artist
Oh sweet, sweeeet AlicePowder. You're one of those girls that just HATE another girl who gets a man's attention aren't you? Let's be honest here. You saw one, MAYBE two, Harley Quinn cartoon episodes. Maybe you even got your Quinn knowledge from one of those lengthy and informative 1 minute commercials for an Arkham game. There's a pretty good reason why she's one of the most popular female comic book characters out there. Besides being God damn adorable she's also extremely human and relatable. She has a charm, depth, look and appeal that guys like, admire AND find pretty damn sexy. Your man must have left you for a clown for you to talk SO much trash about such a cutie pie.


Ladies, this is an incredible photo and a great homage to Gotham City Sirens. WELL DONE!
Prehistoricdanc Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Looove this!! All you guys are simply amazing.
AnaGraceCosplay Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013
Thank you!! :D
Dumbledale Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013
AlicePowder is actually hilarious. Poor thing probably can't get any recognition except by provoking hatred from others, in some attempt to feel like they matter.
Everyone else on this thread should just pity the creature, and get back to the point at hand which is of course...

..excellent effort to the three of you. Keep doing what you love, and don't let anyone convince you otherwise.
Cruehead45 Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
HAHAHAHA pathetic..pathetic...pathetic.... ignorance is bliss? no actually it's hilarious Alice how much of a bad joke you really are. Don't point the finger at Harley why don't you point the finger at Joker? It's not hard really, if you UNDERSTOOD Harley or Joker these empty slurs would actually mean something but they don't. Go back to your mommy little girl. Why don't you actually do some studying up on both Joker and Harley or are you one of those "fans" that know nothing about comics and base everything off the movies and animated series???? Maybe opening a comic/graphic novel with words on it might be too hard for you. Seems you're all about image HAHAHHAH idiot
perrotte Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013
I find it interesting that you would stem any sort of malice against the animated series since it was there that the character originated. And though DC and other writers have adapted the character in their own interpretations the animated series was certainly no lightweight in realm of storytelling or character development. Like all comic works each free form graphic novel paints its own portrait of the characters in play, and though each of us are entitled to prefer the free-form side verse of graphic novels it was in the original casting of the Harley in the animated series where I was enraptured by the character of Harley Quinn. Originally spindled into the tale as a foil to the Joker, Ms. Quinnzell soon fell from the simple mold of a bombshell henchman and began to usher forth her own exodus in and out of the Joker's arms. In part, the plot always kept her in play as pawn to Joker's whimsical monogamous fancies. There always remained a ray of hope that the bond she shared with the maniacal clown prince was more than a bad joke. Like any woman whose fallen for the wrong guy, it's easy to dismiss her unwavering loyalty as naivety. However the Joker's firm choke-hold on orchestrated chaos is what makes him Batman's arch nemesis, beneath the senseless lies a shrewd and cunning tactician. Miss Quinnzell stands on the front stage to the fireworks with a child-like disposition that allows her walk through the burning tempest with azure eyes mystified by dark humor in the midst of Gotham's putrid underworld. It is not ignorance to keep cadence to an enrapturing melody, nor is it pathetic to seek love in the places the world insists are void of such emotion. These qualities humanize the character, and just as the mournful tones of the calliope characterize the grounds of the carnival, so too does the tragic pangs of Harley's fractured fairy tale resonate the darkness that spools within the heart of the clown prince.
Cruehead45 Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Okay let me get this straight you're calling Harls a monster. Yet you seem to IGNORE who Joker is and what he has done. Apparently your simple mind can not comprehend the words "psychotic killer clown" Tell me have you ever wondered what it's like to want to hear someone to scream as the blood pours from their gut from multiple stab wounds just as the life leaves their eyes? No? I didn't think so, You also fail to see that there is a a part of Joker in Harley. If you want to use the term monster why don't you take a REAL CLOSE FUCKING LOOK at Joker. It's obvious you are a perfect example of ignorance.
perrotte Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013
Harley quinn was never ignorant. Simply an Alice that spindled into the rabbit hole of the Joker's twisted mind. Not happless groupie or blind follower. The epitome of the helpless romantic lost within the elegant footfalls of the ballad macabre. Within the Joker's mind she found authentic brilliance amidst the tattered covers of a homicidal artisian and with it the keys to escape the mundane dribble of the real world in exchange for the kiss of madness and the laughter of a jester's gambit.
AnaGraceCosplay Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
Best response ever.
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