Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red #7

Writer: Erica Henderson Artist: Erica Henderson Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 5, 2020 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 5
8.1Critic Rating
7.7User Rating

Some people burn their ex’s belongings as a way of putting their past behind them. When Harley Quinn does it, she takes her whole apartment building with her, which causes more than a little friction with her roommate Poison Ivy, who’s something of a stickler when it comes to not almost dying in a fire. The legendary partners come to blows in this cautionary tale for the ages!

  • 8.2
    Comic Watch - Nicholas Osborn Aug 9, 2020

    Harley Quinn Black + White + Red #7 is another strong entry with enjoyable artwork that falters just slightly in relying on the well trodden path of Harley's relationship difficulties for a predictable story. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Aug 7, 2020

    Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red Chapter Seven is the great build-up to the joke that gets you to laugh when it's all over. I fully expected to hear a rim shot at the end as the "sketch" ended along with some audience laughter. And, it got me to actually laugh. It's really cute and another solid addition to the digital series. Again, it's a prime example as to how flexible the character is and awesome to see what another creator brings to the character. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Aug 12, 2020

    Erica Henderson's art style is well-suited to this and the crazy energy of Harley comes through wonderfully here. Ivy's reaction shots are great and the comedy that we get when things shift outside is a lot of fun to watch play out. I really liked the art style and how Henderson works the color design to really give it some extra life and style. It's a good issue and handles the story well and has a wonderful little epilogue scene that just made me grin. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Seth Singleton Sep 27, 2020

    Harley Quinn: Black+White+Red #7 is a great display of color and artistry. Quinn is precocious and a troublemaker who doesn't know her own strength. Ivy is quick to recognize a problem in the making and like us, she is too drawn in to do more than watch. The ensuing explosion is a catalyst. Read Full Review

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