Harley Quinn #24

Writer: Karl Kesel Artist: Craig Rousseau Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 11, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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7.0User Rating

Harley Quinn is back from Hell! The tragically disembodied troublemaker is wreaking havoc across Martian Manhunter's hometown, and the Manhunter's finding out that it's hard to stop the spirit form of one of the DCU's most random villains without being able to touch her. The Manhunter calls on the aid of the magician Zatanna to wrangle the slippery spirit, but even their combined efforts may not be much help once Harley figures out how to possess people at will.

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 18, 2002

    A fun issue the makes good use of its guest-heroes, as J'Onn gets to endure the full wrath of Harley Quinn, as she has fun with her new found ability to jump from body to body. We also get a couple surprise guest-stars for the big finish to this latest adventure, as Karl Kesel gets Harley a new body before he leaves the book. The issue also nicely captures the idea that Harley would have a blast body hopping, as we see it allows her to directly involve herself in the love life of another, and in typical Harley fashion her help is more harmful than helpful, though she's blissfully unaware of this fact. Now I did find myself wishing that Karl Kesel had another couple of issues to play with the idea that Harley didn't have herself a body to call home, as this issue nicely showed that the idea had legs, and this adventure only scratched the surface. Still next issue does look rather promising, as Mr. J is set to finally put in an appearance. Read Full Review

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