Harley Quinn #20 review

I confess I’ve been kind of dreading this cage-match time-travel storyline since it was telegraphed months ago, but as always Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti manage to sell a premise that’s completely…

Harley Quinn #19 review

I’ve always been pretty stingy with the 10s around here and I confess I found myself looking for a flaw in this book just to keep those mated 1s and 0s precious….

Harley Quinn #18 review

Harley Quinn delivers another straight-up blast of adrenalin in this week’s “Abduction Reduction”.  Come for the cannibalism, stay for Paul Dini’s dessert. Yes, we have another two for the price of one…

Harley Quinn #17 review

Boy are you in store for a treat from the Harley Quinn HQ this week!  Not only does this comic get us back on the ground and out of the giant insects…

Harley Quinn #16 review

It’s curtains for this netherland storyline, which has been a strange departure. To say so feels like a misnomer for a Harley book–in which everything is always strange all the time, but…

Harley Quinn #15 review

There’s so much going on in this comic. So much that my little pea brain is having a hard time keeping up with all of it. Fortunately the pace in this week’s…

Harley Quinn #14 review

With the last chapter closed (for now) on Harley’s life, she’s launching herself into an all-new adventure here. We still have the ongoing development of Madison’s imported vampires, but they continue to…

Harley Quinn #13 review

Seldom is it that I get so caught up in a comic book that I lose my perspective entirely, but I have to hand it to Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti: I…

Harley Quinn #12 review

I’m almost at a loss about what just happened in this comic. Consider the whole review a SPOILER because there’s no talking about why I am so conflicted over this comic without…