Harley Quinn #38

Writer: A.J. Lieberman Artist: Charlie Adlard Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 10, 2003

    I can't say I ever found this series as engaging as the television episodes where Harley Quinn became a fan favorite, and as such earned herself a spot in the mainstream DCU. In fact the recent switch to a more serious minded style as Harley Quinn became a largely humorless title was never viewed as a good move in my book, as the series essentially became Batman-Lite instead of its own entity. With this in mind I'm rather glad to see this book has been brought to a finish, as the book was already on the bubble, and if the series hadn't ended with this issue I suspect I would've left the book soon after. I mean I'm already reading far too many titles that feature an angst ridden character who is haunted by their past, and to see Harley Quinn, who I consider one of the most promising new creations to emerge out of the 1990's, being devolved into such a mundane character type was downright depressing. Here's hoping that when she makes it back out of comic limbo, she's handled by a writer Read Full Review

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