Harley Quinn #23

Writer: Karl Kesel Artist: Craig Rousseau Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 20, 2002

    I'm a big fan of the Martian Manhunter, so I imagine I found this issue far more enjoyable than a reader who only has a passing familiarity with the character. Still, while the issue doesn't feature much Harley Quinn action for her fans to enjoy, the story did a nice job building up her return, as while it's not exactly surprising the learn the second presence was Harley, the issue does a solid job of detailing the steps that J'Onn makes to uncover this fact. The idea that Harley lacks a body to call home is also a rather novel situation for the character to overcome, as the only other character that I believe is faced with a similar problem is everyone's favorite deceased circus acrobat, Deadman. It should be interesting to see how Karl Kesel resolves this situation before his departure, and having the Martian Manhunter on hand is certainty a welcome touch. My only problem with the story is that it makes certain elements more complex than they really needed to be (e.g. the side-plot i Read Full Review

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