Harley Quinn #11 review

Harley and Puddin’–together again!  Well, not really. I mean, they’re finally face-to-face in this issue, but only long enough squabble a bit before tentatively making plans to have it out later.  Harley…

Harley Quinn #10 review

Harley rings in the holiday with a special all her own (in case you actually missed her front and center in the regular DC Rebirth Holiday Special). And somehow the schtick of…

Harley Quinn #9 review

“Butt Maiming & Mind Gaming” may be my favorite title for a Harley comic yet. Writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti bring Harley back to Coney Island for more bizarre dream sequences,…

Harley Quinn #8 review

Writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti invoke the spirit of British 80s sensation Frankie Goes to Hollywood in this issue titled “Relax, Undo it!”. Among the lyrics for the original song (called…

Harley Quinn #7 review

Oh ye of little faith, I say unto myself. I had serious doubts about this arc (and not just because Harley shaved her head for it). But Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti…

Harley Quinn #6 review

“Undercover Punker Part 2: The Skull Bags Big Snag” gives us our first glimpse of what a Harley-based punk group would look like. Along with Red Tool on bass, Big T on…

Harley Quinn #5 review

The chief of police has a problem with some weirdo hellraisers with a Renaissance Faire kink running around on horses and dressed as medieval knights, harassing the public as vandals, thieves, and…

Harley Quinn #4 review

Harley takes gang member Bolly Quinn on an international adventure to take down the call center conglomerate in Mumbai that has been ripping off the senior citizens at “Dr. Quinzel’s” day job….

Harley Quinn #3 review

This zombie apocalypse story arc concludes in its third issue “Goin’ for Takeout”. But as is always the case with Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti crafting the wacky world of Harley, there’s…

Harley Quinn #2 review

Sometimes in the past I have criticized a book for not having enough plot, for just being a series of scenes that doesn’t always move things forward in a satisfying way.  And…