Harley Quinn Annual #1 review

Harley Quinn gets her first annual and she’s going to spend it inviting you to huff her pages in this oversized issue titled “Scratch & Snuff”.  This time around Harley is on…

Harley Quinn #11 review

Before last month’s interruption of the Futures End tie-in, we left Harley on the beach with the meteoric arrival of Power Girl, having been knocked to Earth from another galaxy in issue…

Harley Quinn: Futures End #1 review

You know you’re in for something really special on seeing the title page with “Crappily Ever After” rendered in nicely poo-shaped lettering. Harley Quinn always keeps it classy! On reading this, I…

Harley Quinn #10 review

Perhaps ironically titled “There are No Rules”, issue No. 10 tests readers’ expectations of what a Harley Quinn comic book ought to be. Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti left us off two…

Harley Quinn #9 review

Issue No. 9: “Some Nerd Rage with your Birdcage?” explores what happens when Harley incites yet another riot in the performance space of her own building and is subsequently arrested by a…

Harley Quinn #8 review

In for a penny, in for a pound: if you’re going to pick up Harley Quinn, you know it’s going to be violent and you know it’s going to play up the gross-out factor. This week’s issue…

Harley Quinn #0 Director’s Cut review

I definitely understand some people turning their noses at “Director’s Cut” editions as cheap and lazy cash grabs. They recycle pages from books most fans have already read and are typically more…

Harley Quinn #7 review

“Nocturnal Omission” Poison Ivy has come back to Coney Island on a tip from Sy Borgman (of all people) as to how they might discover the identity of the person who has…

Harley Quinn #6 review

“Better Nuthead than Red” Issue number 6 closes out a story spanning the last three issues which teams the Mistress of Mischief with octogenarian cold war spy Sy Borgman (codename: Syborg) against…