Harley Quinn #18 Review

I love that Harley Quinn utilizes different artists to illustrate different stories that are happening independently of the main story following along with Quinn herself but will obviously intersect in future issues. Not only does it keep things fresh but you know exactly which year, or state, or story you're in just by looking at the artwork.

Harley Quinn #17 Review

Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner do a very good job in delivering a light-hearted adventure, for a character that walks a fine line between humor and darkness, delivering exactly the type of Harley comic I’m so fond of.

Harley Quinn #16 Review

Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner do a very good job in delivering a light-hearted adventure, for a character that walks a fine line between humor and darkness, delivering exactly the type of Harley comic I’m so fond of.

Harley Quinn (2017) #13 Review

In Issue #13, Harley is determined to do whatever it takes to get the truth out of the man that’s been passing himself off as her precious Mr. J....