Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy make it to Berlin, where Harley ill-fully finds the Joker’s Cabaret in the hands of the Joker’s Daughter! It’s a Harley versus the Joker’s Daughter brawl that you don’t want to miss!
Just wow. Bennett and Andolfo have delivered consistently throughout this series with some great work and they still manage to find ways to just delight me that I didn't expect. Harley feels more realized now than she has in the past and that has me hopeful for a bit greater presence in installments going forward as she's been underused. The background here is solid, creative, and just engaging across the board to see brought to life in a new way. That it's all done up in some great artwork from Mirka Andolfo just elevates it all. The 1941 pieces stand out all the more for me because of Poison Ivy, but I loved the style and design that went into the earlier pieces. Yet those first two pages and that end sequence. Why aren't there waves of posters and prints being made constantly for this series by these fantastic art teams doing some of the best work DC Comics is producing? Read Full Review
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