Harley Quinn #37

Writer: A.J. Lieberman Artist: Mike Huddleston Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 1, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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"Behind Blue Eyes" reaches its devastating conclusion. Harley has little Amanda as well as the access code everyone's after. With international crime cartels in hot pursuit, Harley is out of options. But if she hands the girl over, she'll doom her to a lifetime of blindness.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 5, 2003

    While next issue looks like it'll be dealing with the lingering threads left over from this arc, this issue for better or worse looks to be the end of this latest story. Now I will give A.J. Lieberman credit for taking the unexpected path, as he allows Harley to make a choice that reveals she is still very much a villain, who will put her own self interests above others, even if the person in question is a child that Harley promised to protect from harm. However, this arc went on far too long for me to be overly excited by the rather abrupt ending that is offered up, and I suspect many readers might even be a little annoyed, as we've spent the past four issues watching Harley jump through all sorts of hoops to protect this little girl, but when the big moment comes we see Harley is just as bad as the people that she spent all this time protecting this child from. In the end what the readers are rewarded with is the revelation that Harley Quinn like money, something which has already be Read Full Review

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