Whenever a new issue of HARLEY QUINN is released, I know I'm going to have a fun time. Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti and amping up the wackiness in the life of Harley. Mixed up with a former secret government agent, determined to tie up loose ends. And by "tie up," we're talking about killing them off. Harley partnering with anyone is pretty crazy. These two together are something you need to see. Their approach to each target and methods will bring a smile to your face as you start shaking your head of how absurd things can get.
And that's a good thing. HARLEY QUINN has become my feel-good comic. Each time I read an issue, I'm left with a big old smile on my face. I'll admit, I was unsure of Harley teaming with Syborg but this has been quite the adventure. We're seeing Harley in a new light. It may not be exactly how she's behaved at times in the past but it feels completely right with where this series is going.
Chad Hardin and Alex Sinclair are another amazing duo. They capture the essence of Harley from the script and bring it all to life. The visual gags and scenarios might be hard to pull off by others but these two make it all look so good.
I can't complain. Sure, I'd like to see more on whoever put the hit out on Harley. That's coming up. I just enjoy reading this series month after month.
It's another fun and exciting issue by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Chad Hardin, and Alex Sinclair. Just when you think Harley's adventures couldn't get any crazier, she ends up in a helicopter, crash landing, on the way to the zoo. This comic allows readers to escape the other events in the New 52. You never know what you're going to get except you can bet it's going to be a blast to read.