Harley Quinn (comic)

Harley Quinn #49 review

Welcome back to the Harley Quinn show; it’s the conclusion to the two part arc, Clown For Hire, and boy oh boy, it’s a...

Harley Quinn #48 review

Harley Quinn #48 kicks off a new two-parter titled, Clown for hire, and it’s a wild ride. Not only because Harley is Harleying around,...

Harley Quinn #47 review

This issue wraps up Humphries’ first arc on the title, bringing Harley’s adventures on Apokolips to a close. As some may know, I was...

Harley Quinn #46 review

So, recently I took over review duties for this title from Elena, and the first issue I reviewed was #45. While I certainly don’t...

Frank Tieri takes Harley Quinn back to the future with “Old Lady Harley” miniseries

Spinning out of Harley Quinn #42, writer Frank Tieri and artist Mauricet will dive deeper into the Mad Maxian future that Harley Quinn found...

Harley Quinn #45 review

All right, first of all, if you’ve been looking to jump into the insane hurricane that is the Harley Quinn series, then you can...

Harley Quinn #44 review

“One of My Turns” concludes its two-part story, with Christopher Sebela wrapping up Harley’s adventures in the underground pitching battles between The Reaper and...

A Pin to an Overfilled Balloon: Talking Harley Quinn with Sam Humphries

Have I mentioned that Sam Humphries is a delight?  Because it absolutely bears repeating. The writer has been making his mark across DC Comics over...

Harley Quinn #43 review

This month Christopher Sebela takes Harley through her paces in part one of a new tale titled “One of My Turns”. This book is...

DC Collectibles Harley Quinn Red, White & Black by Jae Lee review

DC Collectibles just released the Red White & Black Harley Quinn by Jae Lee, a 7.47-inch poly-resin statue based on the artist's cover to Harley...