Harley Quinn #25

Writer: Karl Kesel Artist: Craig Rousseau Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 16, 2002

    If you enjoyed Harley Quinn back when she was a standout character in "Batman: The Animated Series", then chances are you'll find this issue a lot of fun, as the story is very much in the spirit of that period of Harley's history. Her interaction with the Joker is the amusing back & forth banter that made her so much fun, and her dealings with Batman are equally entertaining. The problem with this series is that it is so focused on having a good time that it forgot it's suppose to be set in the DCU. I mean both Batman & the Joker are almost toothless in this issue, and their relationship with each other has a Silver Age quality to it, as the book seems to have forgotten how dangerous the Joker is suppose to be. I mean this is the man who tore into Jason Todd with a crowbar, and shot Barbara Gordon, but this issue plays the character as an amusing guest-star. Still, this is an issue that I'm sure younger readers will enjoy. Read Full Review

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