DC Comics Creates A Harley Quinn Comic That Smells Like Cannabis for The US, And One That Doesn’t For Everyone Else

STK652873This is possibly the most ridiculous headlines I’ve written on Bleeding Col.

And it’s one that happens to be 100% true.

We knew that a scratch’n’sniff rub’n’smell comic book was on the way from DC Comics, the Harley Quinn Annual #1. Well now we have bizarre new details.

There will be two details of the comic, one for the US and one for the rest of the world that will have to clear international customs.

The US version will contain smells including leather, suntan lotion, pizza and “what’s referred to in the story as “cannabisylocibe 7-A.””

The smell of cannabis, that is. Being distributed to comic stores across the country.

But just imagine the sniffer dogs getting all excited when the comics arrive in customs in the UK, Eire, Australia, Canada and other locations?

Which is why DC are creating an International version, where the cannabis is replaces with the smell of  fresh-cut lawn clippings.

Well, I guess either way, it still smells of grass.

 

 

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