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Review: HARLEY QUINN #3

Review: HARLEY QUINN #3

HARLEY QUINN #3 Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Chad Hardin, John Timms, Bret Blevins, Alex Sinclair, and Hi-Fi Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 7, 2016 You know a comic is great when it feels like ages since the last one came out, especially when that particular title is being

Exclusive Preview: HARLEY QUINN #3

DC Comics has shared with Comicosity its EXCLUSIVE preview of next week’s Harley Quinn #3. Scroll down to view the full size preview images. HARLEY QUINN #3 Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Chad Hardin, John Timms, Bret Blevins, Alex Sinclair, and Hi-Fi Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 7, 2016

Review: HARLEY QUINN AND HER GANG OF HARLEYS #5

HARLEY QUINN AND HER GANG OF HARLEYS #5 Written by Frank Tieri and Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Mauricet, Inaki Miranda, Dawn Mctiegue, Ray McCarthy, Mark Roslan, and Hi-Fi Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 31, 2016 Man oh man has this series been a wild ride. Anyone who thinks Harley’s solo title is random,

Interview: Conner and Palmiotti Rebirth HARLEY QUINN

Yesterday we spoke with Rob Williams and Philip Tan on the rebirth of the Suicide Squad (out tomorrow!). Today, we have creators Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, heralds of the version of Harley Quinn that will be dancing across screens this Friday, making mayhem and hopefully kicking the Joker in the nads. They chatted briefly

Review: HARLEY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK #3

HARLEY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK #3 Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Joseph Michael Lissner and Hi-Fi Published by DC Comics Release Date: April 20, 2016 The latest of Harley’s team ups proves to be arguably the best one yet as Zatanna comes to Coney Island, resulting in the deepest exploration of Harley’s

Review: HARLEY QUINN AND HER GANG OF HARLEYS #1

HARLEY QUINN AND HER GANG OF HARLEYS #1 Written by Frank Tieri, Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Mauricet Published by DC Comics Release date: April 13, 2016 Harley has been kidnapped, and it’s up to her gang of Harley’s to save her. The issue starts strong with the gang battling gentrification hipsters. However, it quickly falls off.

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