It's a pretty solid bit of crime-fiction that I feel could use a little more meat on its bones, as while there's a nice high energy feel to the material, the simple fact of the matter is that there's not all that much happening. Now I will concede that the question of what is driving Harley's actions makes for a pretty interesting examination of what motives the character, and while I would prefer she remain a chaos loving villain, the book is doing a pretty fair job of showing her indecision. However, the book is moving forward with all the momentum of a train starting up with greased wheels, and given this was a problem that I found I was having with the opening arc, I have to say that I'm starting to become a little concerned that A.J. Lieberman simply isn't putting enough plot to support the number of issues that he's using to tell the story. Still, the closing bit of action does leave me extremely hopeful for the next issue. Read Full Review
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