Harley Quinn #34 review

Appropriately titled “Time off for Bad Behavior” or “We are Outta Here!”, Harley Quinn no. 34 brings an end to the long-running successful collaboration between husband and wife team Amanda Conner and…

Harley Quinn #33 review

Two weeks ago we had a strong epilogue to the most recent storyline and now we get “The Mourning After”, which unfortunately feels like an epilogue to the epilogue.  It’s pretty common…

Harley Quinn #32 review

“Off the Leash” is Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner’s epilogue to the “Vote Harley” storyline and brings a whole new level of grim to what’s already been a pretty violent arc. On…

Harley Quinn #31 review

I guess it feels like it might be a little bit in poor taste to celebrate the outcome of this comic even though I have been begging for it for what feels…

Harley Quinn #30 review

It’s no secret how much I dislike the character of Mason Macabre. I cheered when he was originally written out into the witness protection program, groaned when Harley Sinn caught up to…

Harley Quinn #29 review

Welcome to “Debates and Delusions” wherein Harley Quinn takes on the other mayoral candidates after huffing fear toxin compliments of Scarecrow himself. If that sounds like the kind of deranged thing you’d…

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…