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Review: Harley Quinn #18

(Spoilers ahead) Harley Quinn #18 continues on the strong arc that has been going through the Harley title under Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s stewardship and as far as I am concerned, this...

Review: Harley Quinn #17

Harley Quinn #17 is a delightful issue that catches two different depictions of Harley, at opposite ends of her career! The issue kicks off with the mysterious organization kidnapping the homeless...

This Week in the Batcave

  Welcome back to this dark and damp place us bats call home. This has been a crazy week with the release of the Justice League first official trailer, Joss Whedon being announced as writer and...

Review: Harley Quinn #16

Harley Quinn the superhero, part TWO! Harley is an irrepressible force of nature who loves her crazy life. That’s evident from the first splash panel which shows Harley flung high into the air by...

Review: Harley Quinn #15

Harley Quinn the superhero! That’s one of the fun themes bounced around in Harley Quinn #15, another entertaining entry in the franchise. The action kicks off 150 years in the future where Devani,...

Review: Harley Quinn #14

Harley Quinn #14 is an entertaining and quite nutty little issue that in the wake of the “fake Joker” arc the series probably needed. We start with a nice bit of set up with a group who seek to...

Review: Harley Quinn #13

Harley Quinn #13 is a powerful, entertaining issue that basically features Harley interrogating this would be Joker who she accosted after Red Tool beat him to a pulp (and then she had a go) last...

Review: Harley Quinn #12

Picking up straight on from the previous issue, the Joker has come to Coney Island, due for a midday meeting with his ex, Harley. As seen in the prior issue, Red Tool set Harley’s clock back so she...

Review: Harley Quinn #11

So here we are, Joker comes to visit Harley. Not a trick, not an imposter, this is the Joker. (Although if I recall correctly there are apparently three Jokers running around the DCU, so who knows,...

Review: Harley Quinn #7

Picking up on the events of last issue, Harley Quinn and her cohorts in the Purple Satin group, Jello and Billy Blood, enter the super-hero fetish club Fowl Play, much to Harley’s delight, where...

Review: Harley Quinn #6

First up, the art in this issue of Harley Quinn is straight up some of the best I’ve seen in recent times and it fits the story beats to perfection. Harley, who often plays light and snappy in this...

Review: Harley Quinn #5

Harley is truly punk and beautiful. The first page of Harley Quinn #5, with Harley as a Punk Rock Chick singing about pizza pie, is truly awesome.   We cut to night-time Coney Island, Brooklyn,...

Review: Harley Quinn #28

Harley and Red Tool’s nuptials take a violent turn (to absolutely no one’s surprise) as they both face a new menace. Can they work together to survive the Mayor’s vengeance in...

Review: Harley Quinn #27

Harley’s roller derby battle with Red Tool takes an unexpected turn as she has to find a way to survive his devious plan in Harley Quinn #27.   S-s-s-s-spoilers….   Harley...

Review: Harley Quinn #26

Harley returns to Coney Island after breaking Mason out of jail. She has no idea what new adventures await her in the safe confines of home in Harley Quinn #26.   Sp sp sp sp spoilers  ...

Review: Harley’s Little Black Book #2

Harley loses her head – more than usual – as she causes an extracurricular extraterrestrial extravaganza with Green Lantern and a warship full of dangerous aliens in Harley’s...

Review: Harley’s Little Black Book #1

Harley takes a trip to London to save Wonder Woman from a batch of British nasties but not without a heapin’ helpin’ of hijinx in Harley’s Little Black Book #1.   London Bridge...

Review: Harley Quinn #21

Harley battles Deadshot and a variety of randy Californians as she tries to ‘rescue’ her client’s daughter and collect the reward in Harley Quinn #21.   Spoiled paradise...

Review: Harley Quinn #20

Harley heads to Los Angeles to rescue her client’s daughter from a cult. But also on the trail is a mysterious bounty hunter set on earning the dough himself in Harley Quinn #20.  ...

Review: Harley Quinn #12

What has a couple superheroines (well, sorta super) trapped in space with a giant slice of pizza and an oddly familiar cosmic entity bearing two handfuls of all-powerful rings?? Well, Harley Quinn...

Review: Harley Quinn Annual #1

This is it!! The one that’s been making all the headlines and causing some heated debates amongst comic readers and non-comic readers alike. It’s “Harley Quinn Annual #1” featuring the latest...