Batman: Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy double cosplay by Daria_Martina and Dryoma

Batman: Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy double cosplay by Daria_Martina and Dryoma


What we propose today is the double cosplay of Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, made by the talented Daria_Martina and Dryoma, who delight us with a successful interpretation of the two supervillains of the universe of Batman and DC in general.

Harley Quinn is undoubtedly one of the most famous villains in Batman's publishing history. Her debut was in 1992 in the Warner Bros. animated series, taking on the role of accomplice, shoulder and girlfriend of the Joker, a crazy and highly unstable relationship. Poison Ivy instead appeared for the first time in the Batman books back in 1966 and can control trees and plants at will. Over the years, the two supervillains have become great friends and have collaborated on more than one occasion. They even formed the Ghotam City Sirens group together with Catwoman, complete with a dedicated series. In the Injustice universe, the two are happily married.

Daria_Martina and Dryoma have undoubtedly achieved an impeccable interpretation, with costumes that seem to be inspired by the unforgettable Batman animated series of the 90s and which highlights the great character differences of this strange, but at at the same time very successful, pair of supervillains.

Staying on the subject of Batman and DC villain, we recommend the Catwoman cosplay made by CarryKey inspired by the Batman: Returns movie, as well as the colorful and energetic missbri Harley Quinn cosplay.

Changing completely genre, we suggest the cosplay of Kasumi from Dead or Alive by katssby and the cosplay of Ganyu from Genshin Impact in the Little Red Riding Hood version made by peachmilky.

What do you think of the cosplay of Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy by Daria_Martina and Dryoma? Please let us know in the comments.

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Man dressed in Batman's Joker costume stabs several passengers on Tokyo train

TOKYO- A 24-year-old man dressed in Batman's Joker costume attacked passengers on a Tokyo train line on Sunday evening, injuring 17 people as many party-goers headed into the city centre for Halloween gatherings, media reported.

Police arrested the suspected attacker on the spot, media reported. A man believed to be in his 60s was unconscious and in critical condition after being stabbed, while witnesses also said the attacker had spread fluid around the train and started a fire, according to media.

One video uploaded on Twitter showed a steady stream of people running away from a train car where, seconds later, a blaze lit up. Another video showed passengers rushing to squeeze out of the train's windows and onto the platform where the train had made an emergency stop.

'I thought it was a Halloween stunt,' one witness told the Yomiuri newspaper, recalling the moment he saw other passengers running in a panic towards his train car. 'Then, I saw a man walking this way, slowly waving a long knife.' There was blood on the knife, he said.

Another video on Twitter showed a bespectacled man dressed in a purple suit and bright green shirt, as worn by the Joker, seated in an empty train puffing on a cigarette, his legs crossed and looking calm. He can be seen through the window being surrounded by law enforcement in a subsequent clip.

Local media reported later that the suspect told authorities he 'wanted to kill people so he could be sentenced to death'.

The attack occurred on the Keio express line bound for Shinjuku, the world's busiest rail station, at around 8 p.m. (1100 GMT), media said.

Partial service on the Keio line remained suspended late on Sunday, when Japanese voters went to the polls in a lower house election.

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