'Harley Quinn' Season 2: Harley bites off Penguin's nose in show's first look at violent new season

The sneak peek is our first look at 'Harley Quinn' Season 2 and features Harley Quinn and the Penguin in violent conflict


                            'Harley Quinn' Season 2: Harley bites off Penguin's nose in show's first look at violent new season
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DC Universe is already busy with 'Harley Quinn' getting ready for the show's Season 2. Recently the first look for the new season was released and it featured the Penguin (Wayne Knight) in all his glory at the Iceberg Lounge reminding us all just how bad an idea it is to underestimate Harley Quinn (Kaley Cuoco). 

The video - rated for mature audiences - features Harley Quinn in the Penguin's lair, the Iceberg Lounge, with her hand frozen in ice. The Penguin, who has had some conflict with Harley Quinn in Season 1, taunts Harley as he prepares to take her out, but before he can shoot her with his umbrella gun, she bites his elongated nose right off his face. Bleeding profusely, a noseless Penguin still manages to break Harley's bat, believing it will give him the upper hand.

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Harley has more than one trick up her sleeve, though, as she taunts the Penguin after breaking free of the ice and backflips to safety. She taunts the Penguin, though whatever surprise turn she has in store for him remains unrevealed, as the clip cuts short just as the Penguin reacts with surprise to something he sees.

You can watch the video below:


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Season 1 of 'Harley Quinn' aired on February 21 and fans were treated to the immediate pleasant surprise of learning that Season 2 would be returning in little more than a month. DC Universe obviously had most of the season ready to go and was waiting for a positive reaction from Season 1 before confirming the show's second season. 

Season 2 of the show picks right up where Season 1 left off - with Gotham in ruins after the Joker's (Alan Tudyk) bombs around the city went off. Harley now has a target on her back from Gotham's male supervillains, who had once seen her as just a sidekick and are now very much set against the rise of a female supervillain.

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The second season of 'Harley Quinn' airs on DC Universe April 3.