DC Comics: Bombshells #11

DC Comics: Bombshells #11

Writer: Marguerite Bennett Artist: Mirka Andolfo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 30, 2015 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
7.8Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

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It's Christmas in war-torn London, and things are about to get even crazier when the woman known as Harley Quinn is unleashed.

  • 8.4
    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary - Anj Apr 18, 2016

    This was an action packed issue, as a war issue should be. And yet, throughout, we see these small moments of character. Whether it is romance or inspiration or even humor, Bennett is able to let the characters breath and be three-dimensional even as the chaos happens around them. So, outside the Stargirl and Supergirl odd moments, this book shined, another chapter in a great saga. Given the lack of #Rebirth news, I have to assume we are nearing the end. That is a shame. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Oct 4, 2015

    Bomshells has a solid issue here as it introduces Harley Quinn to us in this world and setting, which largely works well. It doesn't dazzle in a way that some past ones do from a story perspective, mostly because the second half just didn't click for me as well. I like the character in general, but I'm not enamored of her in the way some others are. That said, she's going to be a fun wrench in the works as it goes on I'm sure. What I really liked about this installment is Mirka Andolfo's work is definitely strong here and I love the 90's Batman Animated feel I got from parts of it, notably in the first half within Arkham. It gives the characters the right kind of roundness and smoothness combined with Broome's colors to really take it up a notch and make it stand out. I'm definitely looking forward to seeing more of her work in this series alongside the other artists. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Apr 14, 2016

    There was so much good in this issue, but it feel like it got seriously undercut by the strange treatment of Batwoman and the loss of her "support" team in Catwoman and Huntress. Still, the action is top notch as the other Bombshells combine forces to start a defense against the Tenebrae's attack on England, including a fun mix of shadow creatures and deep-sea monstrosities. There are still many plot threads dangling off the hem of the cape on this comic, but gradually we're seeing stuff cohese and it's nice to get a sense of some of the character's subplots gradually working their way out. On concept alone, this remains one of the stronger Elseworld-style books I've come across in a long time, and the consistency of the artwork (matching artists and having contiguous work throughout combined issues) has shown much improvement over the recent issues. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Apr 18, 2016

    Overall, "DC Comics Bombshells" #11 continues to bring the fun to life. I like that Bennett's brought just about all of the characters to the same spot to work together; what's more, there's so much potential here that it seems like this series could run for years to come. With some slight artistic tweaks, I'd most definitely welcome that. Even in its contradictions between art and text, though, "DC Comics Bombshells" is a winner. Read Full Review

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