Harley Quinn #26

Writer: A.J. Lieberman Artist: Mike Huddleston Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 22, 2002

    The new creative team looks to have taken a more serious take on Harley's world, as we open the book with what looks to be Harley Quinn's murder, and then we flashback to see how she ended up in this particular point in her life. We get a pretty quick recap of how an up and coming psychiatrist named Harlene Quinzel came to be the costumed villain Harley Quinn. We also get a scattered look at the new plot that will presumably drive this book for this arc, as we see Harley is framed for the murder of a police officer, and when the dust settles the issue ends with Harley's new apartment about to be raided by a swat team of armed police. Now the book is a little on the detached side, as even when the book's being directly narrated by Harley Quinn herself, her personality seems a bit off, as it's far too analytical and reflective in tone, and it doesn't read like the Harley Quinn we've seen in the previous twenty-five issues. However, the book is still a pretty engaging read, and I'm not re Read Full Review

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