Harley Quinn #28

Writer: A.J. Lieberman Artist: Mike Huddleston Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 31, 1969 Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 16, 2003

    I can't say that I'm exactly enamored with this book's new direction, and the plot that A.J. Lieberman has come up with is a bit too run-of-the-mill for my tastes, but I will give him credit for the delivery of some pretty impressive scenes that show us what Harley does to occupy her time when she's not in costume. The issue also features a guest-appearance by the Joker, and while Mr. J isn't quite his usual crazy self, and Harley manages to get the drop on him a bit to easily, it is nice to see this unusual relationship finally getting some play in these pages. Still, if only to belabor the idea I have to say that I miss the sense of fun that this book used to have going for it. Unlike Bruce Jones' work over on the Hulk, A.J. Lieberman's darker take on this title seems to lack any sense of forward motion, as it's more like Harley has gotten herself stuck in a slow-moving crime-drama, that seems to be trying to hide the fact that there's very little meat on its bones by delivering jarr Read Full Review

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