Harley Quinn (comic)

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!”….

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

Harley Quinn #1 review

I’ve been making jokes about DC’s afterbirth event and finally we have a comic with enough class to call it like it is! “Afterbirth”…

Harley Quinn #30 review

This is a strange conclusion to Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s run on Harley Quinn, mostly because the series is ending only to be…

Harley Quinn #29 review

After the crazy antics from Harley that we had last month, I seriously didn’t think it could get any funnier, but boy was I…