Harley Quinn #28 review

“Vote Harley!” We’re kicking of Harley Quinn’s mayoral candidacy in this book that’s an odd combination of a car-theft-ring bust and what’s looking to be Madison’s ultimate downfall. It’s one of those…

Harley Quinn #27 review

Since Harley Quinn debuted in her own new book after a controversial art contest back in 2013, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti have written her series, spin offs including the Little Black…

Harley Quinn #26 review

Harley Quinn is quite the commodity. You can’t even look at anything being produced with a DC logo on it and not see her pasty face. But however much some franchise fans…

Harley Quinn #25 review

Harley is celebrating 25 in style! This slightly plump special issue packs in a little extra Harley for those of you can’t seem to get enough. And to sweeten the deal, Chad…

Harley Quinn #24 review

It’s rare for the Harley Quinn team to swing and miss, but this issue just didn’t connect for me. It’s definitely a bridge piece and it does have some fun stuff, but…

Harley Quinn #23 review

There are some big shifts being set up in this issue which, though it definitely feels like one of those bridges between the major action, still brims with plenty of Harley craziness….

Harley Quinn #22 review

Harley Sinn started out life in the pages of Harley Quinn as a nasty also-ran in Harley’s Gang of Harleys who was too violent and too unhinged for that kooky squad. If…

Harley Quinn #21 review

Once again this book surprises me with a twist I could have never predicted. And may I also say that Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti manage to pack more into 14 pages…

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…