Harley Quinn (comic)

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...

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...

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...

Sam Humphries to take Harley Quinn to Apokolips this July

Sam Humphries, DC Comics superstar writer and all-around hilarious human being, has had a good run of things lately.  As the guiding voice behind...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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