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“Call me dumb. I have a PhD, motherfucker!” Story: Harley has finally given Puddin’ the ol’ heave-ho (or at least that’s what she’s going with…) But flying solo has it’s drawbacks; everyone she’s upset over the years now knows Mistah … Continue reading
Originally published on December 9th, 2018, at The Green Man Review! “If resistance to Batman was a crime, then crime was a revolutionary act.” Everybody loves Harley Quinn. Well maybe Batman thinks she’s kind of a pain, but let’s not … Continue reading
Y’all know I’m a Harley Quinn addict. So imagine my surprise and glee when I saw that Baltimore Comic-Con just added kickass artist Brett Blevins, whose Harley Quinn Road Trip Special is an breathtaking, beautiful hoot! (And if you haven’t … Continue reading
Happy Halloween Week, everyone! And to celebrate, Empire UK has delivered the goods on the #1 bad boy everyone’s talking about. No, I’m not talking about the various debates, twitter wars or troll-of-the-week. I’m talking about the Joker from Suicide … Continue reading
Nutshell: I said I’d happily read 200 pages of Harley Quinn. DC delivered. I’m still happy. Conner and Palmiotti deliver the goofy goods, keeping this series from a sophomore slump by pushing the envelope and then ripping it apart. Gorgeous … Continue reading
Nutshell: A must for anyone who wants a quick-n-easy education on the DC universe. Fan favorites and superheroes the norms probably never heard of are given their 15 minutes of fame. Like any anthology, in order to truly enjoy it … Continue reading
This is not a drill y’all: Jared Leto – The Joker Will Smith – Deadshot Tom Hardy – Rick Flag Margot Robbie – Harley Quinn Jai Courtney – Boomerang Cara Delevingne – Enchantress I’m stoked to see how Leto will … Continue reading
Nutshell: Hot in the City is a must for Quinn fans, even though this TPB it isn’t a completist’s dream. Gorgeous drink-it-all-in art, 4th-wall busting at it’s most wack-a-doo, and Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner’s tongue-in-cheek storytelling gets you one … Continue reading