Harley Quinn #33

Writer: A.J. Lieberman Artist: Mike Huddleston Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 4, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
8.0Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

Harley signs on for a mercenary gig, to hunt down a guy on the lam and retrieve an unnamed object of limitless value for him. Sounds easy enough, except that bounty hunters from all over the globe are on the case as well, and the last one standing will be the winner. What does all this have to do with a seemingly random murder in Paris? And will Harley’s latest attempts at decorating her newest apartment the illegal way cost her big time? All that and a trip to the eye doctor, too.

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 17, 2003

    A fairly enjoyable adventure, as Andy Lieberman seems to be growing more confident in how he delivers the story to the reader, as while the opening half of the book is a bit difficult to follow, once the information does start coming in, it's worth going back over the opening half to see how well it all tied together. I also like the fact that this plot is able to pull Harley in with the simple lure of money, as there's something rather appealing about the idea that our lead character is allowed to engage in criminal activity. The story moves along at a brisk pace, so that one is never allowed to become bored, and there's also a couple nice plot twists, as we learn the rather unconventional reason for why this person is being hunted, and the last page delivers an unexpected surprise that should make the next chapter quite interesting. There's also some fun moments of interaction in this issue, as I consider myself a bit of a film buff, and as such I've always been rather fond when exch Read Full Review

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