Harley Quinn #36

Writer: A.J. Lieberman Artist: Mike Huddleston Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 4, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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At last, the truth is revealed about Amanda's parents: why they hid valuable information with her, and how to retrieve it. But knowledge isn't always power, and Harley is running out of options as she struggles to keep herself and her unlikely ward alive.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 11, 2003

    This issue is not exactly a thrill a minute reading experience it seems to be striving for, as frankly the issue is repeating the same plot that has made up the previous two issues. Harley Quinn is saddled with a young girl who has a code imbedded on her eye, and this code is of great interest to some very powerful figures in the criminal community. Harley is deeply troubled by the idea that this young girl is being treated like property instead of an innocent young girl. Plus, in order to collect the reward being offered for this girl, Harley will have to hand the child over to a group that plans on performing a procedure that will blind her for life. Now this is an interesting dilemma, but the problem is that A.J. Lieberman has already covered this ground in the previous chapters, so this issue is essentially repeating this information instead of advancing the plot forward. In fact the only bit of plot advancement we do get occurs on the final page when we learn the young girl has ru Read Full Review

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