The Joker's deadly sweetie stars in this new title collecting BATMAN: HARLEY QUINN #1, JOKER'S ASYLUM II: HARLEY QUINN #1, and stories from BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #14, COUNTOWN #10, BATMAN GOTHAM KNIGHTS #30 and BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE #1.
It's a nice ensemble of Harley Quinn stories for the price, but Mad Love‘s absence is felt and Batman: Harley Quinn #1 looks like it was scanned in low-resolution. Otherwise, I think fans of the character will have a wonderful time reading these amusing tales of Quinn's misadventures. Read Full Review
In the end, this package is mixed at best. It does offer a nice glimpse of who Harley is and why she was a more entertaining character prior to the New 52. But it's by no means a comprehensive look at the character. I would have liked to see some of Dini's later work from his Detective Comics run included where Harley made a go at an honest, Joker-free lifestyle. Or better yet, a reprint of the full, hard-to-find Harley & Ivy mini-series. This issue is a decent, if pricey primer on all things Harley, but newly converted fans will have a lot of other reading to do afterward. Read Full Review