Harley Quinn #42 review

Let’s suddenly jump into the far-flung future in one of those comics that plays on the “What If” trope, taking Harley down the path of what would have happened if she hadn’t…

Harley Quinn #41 review

The “Angry Bird” storyline comes to a close, not with a whimper, but with a great big bang that nonetheless feels more sound and fury than anything else. Maybe if this had…

Harley Quinn #40 review

Frank Tieri really pulls it together in this fourth installment of the “Angry Bird” storyline. While we still have no idea what is motivating the Penguin’s cadre of assembled third-tier villains, the…

Harley Quinn #39 review

Frank Tieri continues to kitchen-sink this book full of names and faces that stretch all across the decades of Batman lore. Unfortunately reading this book is more like a Who’s Who game…

Harley Quinn #38 review

The “Angry Bird” arc continues, but this time without much in the way of actual angry birds.  We know that Oswald Cobblepot is still pulling the strings from behind the scenes, but…

Harley Quinn #37 review

The title of this week’s Harley Quinn is “Angry Bird”, which certainly refers to the important and well-known villainous bird on the cover in particular, but preliminary to anything else about this…

Harley Quinn #36 review

Last we saw Harley she was going through an emotional transition period following the death of Mason, leading to a literal transition into a screeching Harley-Bat thanks to Francine Langstrom’s bat serum…

Harley Quinn #35 review

What better way to kick off this new era in the Harley Quinn series than by just going full batshoes crazy in a new arc that promises us lots of Man-Bat serum,…