DC Comics: Bombshells #14

DC Comics: Bombshells #14

Writer: Marguerite Bennett Artist: Mirka Andolfo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 21, 2015 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
8.2Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

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Harley Quinn falls from the sky and crashes into a greenhouse, where she meets a girl who is obsessed with her research on plant life.

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Oct 28, 2015

    Bombshells brings us another character that fits in the gray area of how she can be perceived and that's definitely welcome to see. The story is mostly just a simple introduction piece with minor backstory to it that helps to beef up the cast overall. Bennett continues to bring in some sharp and fun dialogue that hits a few layers at times, speaking to the present and providing a contrast to the past, which keeps it moving and engaging to read. This installment brings back Mirka Andolfo and that's definitely a treat as she gives both characters a great look, sense of power and strong sense of sensuality as well. Combined with Wendy Broome's strong color design in general, you end up with another very fun installment that has got to be a great read when you can sit down with a slew of installments all at once. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Jun 3, 2016

    I gave this book an extra point for doing something different for this issue, even if it wasn't 100% successful. I love when books change things up just to get out of the potential rut of telling stories that become predictable in terms of their arc or style. When you have an issue like this that tells a variety of stories tied together thematically which can almost be enjoyed as pure standalone, I actually think it strengthens the value of the book (as opposed to those year-long arcs). Bombshells does the right thing by building on the broader narrative but also remembering to keep the arcs small enough that readers can come and go without the burden of lengthy commitments. Read Full Review

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