Harley Quinn (comic)

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

Harley Quinn #18 review

Harley Quinn delivers another straight-up blast of adrenalin in this week’s “Abduction Reduction”.  Come for the cannibalism, stay for Paul Dini’s dessert. Yes, we…

Harley Quinn #16 review

It’s curtains for this netherland storyline, which has been a strange departure. To say so feels like a misnomer for a Harley book–in which…