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Review: HARLEY QUINN #32

Review: HARLEY QUINN #32

HARLEY QUINN #32 Written by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Bret Blevins, John Timms, Alex Sinclair, Dave Sharpe Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 22, 2017 So here we are folks, we made it. “Vote Harley” has easily been the wildest ride in Harley Quinn so far, and that’s saying something considering we’re talking

Review: HARLEY AND IVY MEET BETTY AND VERONICA #1

HARLEY & IVY MEET BETTY & VERONICA #1 Written by Paul Dini and Marc Andreyko Art by Laura Braga, Tony Aviña, and Arif Prianto Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 4, 2017 Harley & Ivy Meet Betty & Veronica is the mash-up crossover book of my dreams, and I am beyond elated that it

Review: HARLEY QUINN #25

HARLEY QUINN #25 Written by Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Connor, and Paul Dini Art by Chad Hardin, Bret Blevins, J. Bone, Alex Sinclair, and Corey Breen Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 9, 2017 If this isn’t the best issue of Harley Quinn thus far, it’s definitely the most exciting. However, it’s hard to believe anyone would argue

DC & Archie Team for HARLEY & IVY MEET BETTY & VERONICA

DC Entertainment and Archie Comics are proud to present the adventure of a lifetime with HARLEY & IVY MEET BETTY & VERONICA. Their hijinks are brought to you by the real-life team-up of Paul Dini (HARLEY QUINN) and Marc Andreyko (WONDER WOMAN ’77), with art by Laura Braga (DC BOMBSHELLS). It all starts this October

DC Announces New Digital First HARLEY QUINN AND BATMAN Series

It’s the team-up we’ve been dreaming of as the cute psychopath Harley Quinn joins the brooding Dark Knight for a brand-new Digital First comic series, HARLEY QUINN AND BATMAN. The series, from Batman: The Animated Series writer Ty Templeton and artist Rick Burchett, is an exciting new five-chapter prequel adventure to the Batman And Harley Quinn animated film coming out

Interview: Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s Big Bad Week

There’s no one in comics like Jimmy and Amanda. With a single comics week featuring new beginnings, at least one ending, and one book that’s a little of both, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti would dominate even if we didn’t love them so much already. Sitting down with Comicosity to discuss — in rapid fire

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