Heroes In Crisis #2

Writer: Tom King Artist: Clay Mann Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 31, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 34 User Reviews: 61
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Suspected of murder, [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] find themselves on the run from the super-hospital called Sanctuary -with each thinking the other one is the real killer! It's up to Batman to solve this heinous crime, but suspicion falls on him when Superman and Wonder Woman ponder just how much Sanctuary's A.I. is telling them. Meanwhile, [REDACTED] tries to make a shady deal to hide from the Trinity, while [REDACTED] searches out an old friend to help him out of this mess-and only gets deeper in trouble.

  • 10
    Comic Book Corps - Keith OneShot Oct 31, 2018

    Heroes in Crisis is an excellent read that is well worth picking up and reading, and it will make you want to solve the mystery, seek out answers and connect with the heroes we all love on a new and personal level. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Epicstream - Brian McCormick Nov 9, 2018

    Anyone looking for a limited series that requires no prerequisite reading should consider picking this up. DC clearly put a lot of resources into making this title a worthy book. It's not a hastily produced cash-grab like we see in so many other limited series. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Infinite Earths - J.D. Jr. Nov 1, 2018

    Solid storytelling and sweeping art combine to form a terrifying tale that proves there is a dark side to being a superhero. Read Full Review

  • 9.3
    Black Nerd Problems - Mikkel Snyder Oct 31, 2018

    In a timeline with a harrowing 24-hour news cycle, Heroes in Crisis #2 is an exhausting read that reminds us that we are all struggling. It is a series that shows us that no matter how powerful you are, how powerful the world perceives you, you are still vulnerable. You are still human, and there's something intriguing in that meditation. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    GWW - Andrew Martinez Oct 30, 2018

    This issue ramps up the pace and moves the story forward in interesting ways. The killer remains a mystery, but King leaves plenty clues for observant readers to pick up on. The excellent action, in-depth mystery, and beautiful art have left me theorizing endlessly and eagerly anticipating the next entry in this run. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Pop Culture Uncovered - Eric Mitchell Oct 31, 2018

    I will admit that I read this book multiple times for this review and I cried every single time. What Tom King and Clay Mann have given readers in just two issues is fantastic. Like Identity Crisis before it, this is a story that shows readers that even the most heroic have their breaking points. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Shoot The Breeze Comics - Timothy Quail Oct 31, 2018

    The stakes have been raised, without killing another character. This issue focuses on the mystery, and it is stronger for it. While I had to recommend the last issue with a big caveat, this is no longer the case. Tom King is known to be able to craft amazing stories, and I feel like this issue signifies he will bring that craft over to "event comics." Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    The Brazen Bull - Charlie Chipman Oct 31, 2018

    As the Trinity continues its investigation into the heinous events that transpired at the Sactuary, it becomes clear that there is more to this tale than initially thought. Tom King continues to produce on his plot-driven examination of what it means to be a superhero in the DCU. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Multiversity Comics - Gustavo S Lodi Nov 1, 2018

    A murder mystery is as good as the pace of its reveals, the respect to reader's intelligence, and the underlying theme that makes it relevant. So far, "Heroes in Crisis" earned its keep as a story to watch. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Oct 31, 2018

    Heroes in Crisis #2 raises some concerns about the series' direction, but it also tells a very compelling story. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Batman-News - Joshua McDonald Oct 31, 2018

    King continues to face personal challenges head-on, creating a commentary that some reader, somewhere, might need to hear. That's not to say every comic should include these moments, be this deep, or personal, but Heroes in Crisis set out to do exactly this from its inception. And quite frankly, it's managing to accomplish that task quite well. Add in beautiful artwork from Clay Mann and Travis Moore, and you're left with one hell of a final product! Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Graphic Policy - Brett Oct 31, 2018

    The first issue was solid and second continues the pattern. This is an event you'll likely either love or hate and I'm enjoying it as it explores layers we rarely see discussed when it comes to superheroes and all of that is wrapped up in a nice murder mystery. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke Oct 31, 2018

    A good issue due to fantastic confessional scenes, even if the mystery is moving a lot slowly. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Green Lantern Corps - iggy Oct 31, 2018

    Even though this issue left us with more questions than answers, the emotional moments are what continues to drive this series forward. While the intensity has been drawn back a bit with this issue, the final page will want hook you enough to continue on. Clay Mann is doing the work of his career and thankfully it's on a stage where potential readership is at it's highest. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Nov 4, 2018

    I was not as impressed with the visuals this issue as with the previous one. Like I wrote above, the guest-filling was not as strong and Clay Manns work did not feel as polished as the first issue. I still like this comic, but this issue is not as remarkable. It is still a must pick comic though. The cover will remind some readers of Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Oct 31, 2018

    You have to give the DC marketing guys & gals a pat on the back, For a book in which, not a lot happens, there is an awful lot of chatter online that will increase interest in the book. King and Mann are in the midst of creating something really good or potentially a repetitive narrative right up to the last issue. As always, time will tell; for me, I am willing to keeping giving all involved the benefit of the doubt, for a couple more issues at least. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Oct 31, 2018

    There's a ton of potential and some great moments here, but right now it feels like an odd fusion of a character-driven King thriller and an event comic, and I'm not sure either part works 100%. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Oct 31, 2018

    I continue to be impressed with the bold choices that this series is making and Tom King's writing is amazingly dense and insightful. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Brandon J. Griffin Oct 31, 2018

    There are a few minor annoyances but the sentiment is still there in full force. Heroes In Crisis is still very much a mystery that we're to solve along with the characters. It's going to be a journey with plenty of emotional bumps and memorable moments. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Critical Blast - RJ Carter Nov 1, 2018

    The artwork is absolutely outstanding. I'm a bit concerned that Clay Mann got an assist from Travis Moore on three pages; I hope that's not indicative of scheduling problems with the workload. I'm definitely into this series for the long haul, but I think the real questions raised about Sanctuary will end up going forever unanswered: Why it was thought to be a good idea in the first place? Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Batman Universe - Adil Syed Nov 2, 2018

    The plot thickens as we continue to get candid looks into the minds of our favorite characters. King continues to explore what being a hero or villain really means and it is all rendered with beautiful artwork from the art team. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Oct 31, 2018

    After an extra week delay, Heroes in Crisis #2 doesn't offer any answers to last issue's questions. With seven more issues to go, King doesn't have to reveal a lot…yet, but there wasn't much here to suggest outside of body count spoilers that this event might be a better read in trade format. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Batmanaruto Oct 31, 2018

    Overall, I did like this issue. The story is very character focused which is really the main strongpoint of the series. The actual story itself I do find to be alright, but the story also did not move along in any major way in this issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Impulse Gamer - Andrew Bistak Oct 31, 2018

    Although not as powerful as the previous issue, Tom King only delivers a handful of clues in this issue about the mass murder in the first issue. I felt that issue 2 focused on the vulnerabilities of the heroes of the DCU which did work well. The dialogue was good, although a few moments such as Harley Quinn defeating the trinity was a little far fetched or Batman being caught again lying to his friends Superman and Wonder Woman again. The art was great, however it did seem a little disjointed compared to the first issue due to the two artists but all in all, a relatively solid issue about the mystery of Sanctuary. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Nov 1, 2018

    There's still time for King to turn it around - but he's got a long way to go. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Nov 3, 2018

    This is a well-crafted story from some of comics' top talent, but there's an ugliness to it that is ruining whatever story Tom King is trying to tell. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weird Science - Reggie Hemingway Oct 31, 2018

    The story widens in scope a little, but I find it difficult to see this as a story happening in the DCU. It's more like a super-dramatic episode of Hogan's Heroes. Like super-dramatic, like Colonel Klink's head was removed mysteriously. And then Corporal LeBeau punches Corporal Newkirk? I haven't worked out the allegorical details. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Newsarama - Justin Partridge Oct 31, 2018

    Heroes in Crisis #2 isn't great, but at the very least it is something beyond a drab and bloodsoaked mystery box. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Doom Rocket - Nov 2, 2018

    But it has also meandered into questionable character moments for major players and strained credibility. It continues dealing out the 'death of your favorite characters' hand to galvanize interest and investment. Frankly, at this point, it's not easy to care whether the fatalities are actual or counterfeit; this well-trod avenue just feels tired and temporary. In its styling, the series is golden. Whether it manages to rise above the surface it's treading, and in the artful manner it should, is still in question. That's where the faith comes in. Read Full Review

  • 5.8
    Comic Watch - Cody White Nov 4, 2018

    Amidst moments of brilliance, King fails to craft a cohesive and sensible enough narrative to sustain a Crisis-Level event. For many readers, the brilliance of Mann's artwork may not be enough to pull this series up by its bootstraps and elevate it to the level of the hype. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Sequential Planet - Matthew Dillon Oct 31, 2018

    Tom King has written a number of great comics but this isn't one of them. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine Nov 4, 2018

    I didn't care for this issue. The art is solid and I like a lot of the aesthetic choices. I like Barry Allen's small inclusion because that was the first time I felt invested in something. Barry discovering Wally's death was effective. Other than that, this issue isn't working for me. I don't find the story interesting yet. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Nov 6, 2018

    At this point, I would not recommend spending your hard-earned money for Heroes in Crisis. This story is probably going to be a more enjoyable read in trade paperback format. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    ComicBook.com - Chase Magnett Oct 31, 2018

    After only two issues it's clear that Heroes in Crisis suffers from many of the same problems as most superhero events, but has dressed these topics up in a serious tone that disallows even the possibility of stupid fun. Read Full Review

  • 2.5
    myconius Oct 31, 2018

    it seems Harley Quinn is now the most powerful character in the entire DCU.
    this time she completely outfoxes the entire DC trinity.

    characters act like complete idiots. dull robotic dialog. poor attempts at humor.
    (why is everyone including Batman all of the sudden calling Batman’s utility belt his “Bat-Belt”?)
    Batman carries Kryptonite in his *UTILITY BELT* he always has. everyone knows this.
    so why does everyone act shocked at this reveal?

    Tom King loves showing characters having emotional breakdowns.
    another beloved character added to the list of the dead just for the sake of it.
    trashy hack writing.

    added points only for the art.

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  • 2.0
    KFuqua Oct 31, 2018

    Tom King continues to prove that he should not be allowed to write comics for DC.

  • 9.5
    Batman Jones Oct 30, 2018

    We're two issues in and now I can say with certitude: I have never read a comic book series like this one before. I've read a million comics but I have never read a comic book series like this one before. I want to give every panel a 10 but I have to hold back for the issues that I anticipate will pack an even greater emotional wallop, because I can feel them coming.

    I remain saddened by far too many deaths of characters I dearly love, but when I can look past the fact of the deaths (it takes some effort), I find virtually every panel of these two issues to be exquisite.

    Two issues in Heroes in Crisis feels like a matter of two amazing creators making their best work while telling one of the most impactful stories in more

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  • 4.0
    GhostlyL Oct 31, 2018

    I tried to deduce whodunit based on the first two issues but failed come up with any conjecture that could be considered particularly promising and logical--wild and educated guesses are virtually nondifferentiable when it comes to this book, for the world depicted here is itself unreasonable. Under Tom King's pen, Harley beats the Trinity because she apparently can break Batman's neck before Superman, who is standing merely two steps away, can stop her. Who knows what ludicrous plots are waiting for us down the road and what nonsensical explanation we'll see when the mystery unravels?

    Really, one might as well guess it's Steve Rogers who killed them all.

  • 2.0
    Ellrick Oct 31, 2018

    I appreciate Tom just lazily saying outright Harley is as good as Batman in only 2 issues of this, rather than limply trying to convince us as he did with Catwoman over 50 monotonous issues of Batman.

    Friggen awful event so far.

  • 6.5
    Nihilist Oct 31, 2018

    The issue is less dreadful and boring than the series' debut, but it's still hardly a decent, enjoyable comic to read. The worst part about it is the fact it's just... boring and tenseless for the very most part, and Tom King's signature minimalistic, repetitious style of writing doesn't help. It worked in his first few Batman story arcs, but I wouldn't expect to witness it in a huge event involving so many characters and having such a huge impact on the entire DC universe.

    There's few genuine improvements compared to #1, and I'm glad to see them. Harley's classic costume is back, she doesn't have her usual ultra annoying and overused gimmicky accent Palmiotti, Conner, Tieri, Sebala and Humphries all love so much in her solo comi more

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  • 1.0
    RosenRose Oct 31, 2018

    This book has nothing to do with mental health. The plot is zero and makes no sense. If Harley's plot was to get caught then why visit Penguin and not just stay in Sanctuary?
    As for Poison Ivy's death. If you think that one less queer woman in comics is a good thing, then I understand why you'll like this. As a queer woman I can't support this.
    Actual dialogue from the book:
    Superman: Batman, I don't trust you, you have a case with cryptonite in your belt
    Batman: No I don't
    Superman: Oh, ok, I guess I won't check, I trust you.

    (after one of the biggest massacres in the DCU, instead of mourning their friends)
    Superman: Damn Batman, Harley is so good, she owned you
    Batman: She's not that good >Wonder Woman: Boys will be boys, lol more

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  • 10
    Samuel Almeida Oct 31, 2018

    Comicbooks should be like manga. Where the story just ends at some point and theres no connected universes. Maybe if that was the case, people would rate this story on the way its written and drawn not by who died. I dont think we deserve a writter like Tom King. He needs time to tell the story he wants to tell. And im glad im not in his place because i would have spoiled everything by now. The guy receives hate messages on twitter for fucks sake. Come on people. Lets be better. We're reading comicbooks. They will be back. Calm down.


    The art is spetacular. Clay Mann rocks. As always.
    I love the murder mystery hes building and the wat hes making the characters deal with death and the unsafe enviroment they are in. >I wonder what that last 3 pages means for Poison Ivy and Superman. I guess ill just have to wait. Like a normal, patient person. more

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  • 5.5
    waltgator93 Oct 30, 2018

    Harley best Batman? Now that’s crazy! This issue gave me bit and pieces of a lot but that’s it. Tom King extended the story to two more issues so he has more time to explain things out, so please King, give me more instead of chunks of pieces. While reading this, it feels like there is no emotion behind the characters. I’m not feeling anything from this and something this heavy should make me feel.

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  • 2.0
    Talon1load Oct 31, 2018

    Harley wants the Trinity’s attention but instead of staying at Sanctuary she runs and then lures them to her in some convoluted mess that ends with her beating the three of them. King, once again, makes Batman incompetent. Booster is now just a nutjob with no real explanation other than the other convoluted story that King wrote. The art was fine but the writing is bordering on pathetic and there is no way this guy should be paid to be a professional comic writer.

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  • 9.0
    Br'er Lapin Oct 31, 2018

    Clay Mann's art is really powerful here. I liked a lot of this, especially Barry's reaction to hearing Wally's news. It's good to see some of these characters let loose, I have always wondered if Harley and Superman especially are burying pain deep down.

  • 8.5
    Linkush Oct 31, 2018

    "EH, NO NEED TO WORRY, SKEETS! I'VE LEARNED A THING OR TWELVE IN ALL MY YEARS FIGHTING THE CRIME. FOR EXAMPLE. IF YOU ARE IN A TRICKY SITUATION, YOU JUST HAVE TO ASK YOURSELF...
    WHAT WOULD BATMAN DO?"

    I liked this issue a lot, art is great, story is interesting, and I can't wait to see where this is going.

    The best part of this book was definitely the trinity going to the sanctuary, absolutely brilliant in my opinion. it makes me connect with them even more, makes them more relatable. I loved it!

    Now, the only thing that was bothering me was that Harley Quinn managed to escape batman, superman and wonder woman so easily. Also, what penguin has to do with the story? I hope we'll get an answer for that. more

  • 8.0
    mynameisraj Oct 31, 2018

    My main problem with this issue is the length and Harley.

    I thought the book was too short. But with my issue with Harley is why didn't she stay at Sanctuary to maintain her innocence? I liked how he took advantage of WW's compassion of the situation to get the lasso but I don't like how Batman lunged at someone clearly off their rocker with the lasso of truth.

    I really enjoyed Clay mann's pencils as well the color's (don't know the colorist).

    Genuinely excited to see where this goes.

  • 7.5
    egon244 Oct 31, 2018

    "I'm going to boop you again"

    Easily my favorite parts of this issue are the two patient interviews that are opening and closing it. I really enjoyed seeing Harley being silly (not dumb or stupid) around Ivy and Superman's interview touched on a subject I never really thought about. Does "playing" two vastly different people on a daily basis can mess a person up? Even Super Clark-El of Steel?

    But what is in between these two pages is good too. The portrayal of the Trinity really worked for me here. This three know each other very, very well, so King's sometimes super-scarce dialogue fits for their scenes. Harley in her classic jester outfit was a nice surprise and her poker opponent seemed tough.

    And that w more

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  • 3.0
    YourGreenMuse Nov 2, 2018

    This is gross. Let's just get it out of the way. The dialogue is still as bad as ever. It's like the writer has a dart board with, maybe, 3 different dialogue trees. There's the "character A says X, character B says !X" one, there's the "character makes innocuous statements, but break down, letting the audience know that this is *deep*" and there's the "character goes off on an unrelated tangent because they're incredibly single-minded, apparently". And these have to be broken up with way too many ellipses, by the way. As for the plot and characters, there's a lot of annoying things to talk about. First, I'm glad Harley and Ivy's relationship is basically a mother finding their toddler cute, that's all I can get out of "boop". Ivy is killed more

  • 8.5
    Synthozoid Oct 31, 2018

    I enjoyed reading this, although the pacing is a bit choppy. Interested to see where this goes.

  • 8.0
    Dorival Oct 31, 2018

    I liked this edition, the story is getting more interesting about the murder. But the Harley Quinn vs Trinity part was a little embarassing, I have my doubts if them let she escape and all that was a plan to track her, what doesn't make much sense too.

  • 8.0
    Legendooflight1 Oct 31, 2018

    Solid issue great dialogue for the most part abit worried about the pay off and wasn't too keen on the trinity getting ousted by harley but can let it slide

  • 7.5

    ****Spoilers*****

    Heroes in Crisis #2 meanders a bit but manages to remain one of the better reads on the shelves this week despite its flaws. 

    The bulk of the comic covers the Trinity (Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman) and their investigation following the murder at Sanctuary and their confrontation with Harley Quinn.

    The rest of the issue follows Booster Gold as he conducts his own haphazard investigation. Boosters search for answers goes about as well as can be expected as he totally botches enlisting Flash to help him. 

    Harley, on the other hand, manages to get the best of the Trinity with relative ease. I'm not sure I buy the believability of the scene. In fact, I call bullshit. We've see more

  • 6.5
    William McKelder Nov 5, 2018

    I don’t think Tom King likes Batman very much. He makes him pretty incompetent a lot. He also seems to not give a damn about any kind of continuity. Besides that, I don’t hate this story. It has potential. I like Clay Mann’s artwork.

  • 5.0
    ohhaimark Nov 2, 2018

    THE GOOD:

    -Great art. Clay Mann continues to deliver in this issue.

    -I love the therapy session scenes. In a typical comic, I would usually knock those for being too repetitive, but for now, the emotion and character depth these scenes display is too remarkable for me to care

    -Very funny issue. I laughed a lot. I honestly think Tom King is a better comedy writer than anything else. Except for Nightwing, which he needs to stay at least ten feet away from ever writing again at all times.

    -Really cool title page. A nice juxtaposition to the first page and just a cool looking splash that I would love to have hanging in my room.

    -Harley Quinn's singing has grown on me. By dialing it WAY dow more

  • 9.0
    Aussie Dad Nov 3, 2018

    So far this series is laying some pretty impressive groundwork. It is highly character driven. What surprised me the most is that while we are all comfortable with Batman bettering "super powered" adversaries by his wits alone, we find the thought of Harley Quinn doing the same incongruous. Credit Tom King with some impressive writing which both intrigues, drops clues and keeps us off balance. Here's hoping the series does not run out of steam.

  • 8.5
    Comix4fever Nov 1, 2018

    How does a pengiun play card? 🤔🧐😧

  • 8.0
    Rogue_Thespian Nov 1, 2018

    Many people will dislike this series because of its premise alone. "Why do we need a gritty, psychological break-down of all these chipper heroes?" I understand that--but at the same time I'll take anything so long as the story is good. And I'm really digging the mix of humor and pathos so far.

  • 7.5
    bucswin611 Nov 1, 2018

    Mann has never been better. King has. But there are enough memorable moments and interesting character struggles (that are great in theory, but not execution) to solidify this series as a must-read.

  • 6.5
    JBL Reviews Nov 5, 2018

    So Harley Quinn can now get the drop on the big 3? Terrible. Brought the whole book down-

  • 5.0
    MKW69 Oct 31, 2018

    Boredom.

  • 4.0
    Briton Nov 2, 2018

    A bit of a mess. And none of the deaths will stick.

  • 3.5
    JordanT4021 Nov 2, 2018

    SPOILERS

    If you think the first issue was vague or lacking on a clear narrative, wait till you read issue #2. This issue has very little progression from the first. The events of the massacre are still unclear, the killer's identity is still a mystery and no one seems any the wiser as to what sanctuary actually is. Obviously, we're still extremely early in the arc, however we remain as confused as the characters and we're yet to get to the bare facts.

    In this issue, we learn about the death of Poison Ivy who is killed off panel by the mysterious killer. Not a fitting send off to a character whose been in comics for 52 years. Her presence in the story is seriously overshadowed by Harley. Her confessional is interrupted more

  • 3.0
    daddyT Oct 31, 2018

    both the art and story took a serious dive this issue.

    from a base of 6, this gets a rating of: 3.
    -2 because: yep.. Harley can do all that.. right. this is stupid.
    -1 because: seems to be the book Tom King was born for- completely ridiculous

  • 2.0
    Nightmare of Solomon Nov 3, 2018

    Remember kids, the moral of the story is that if you seek therapy, you'll get killed!

  • 1.0
    bleep_blorp_bloop Oct 31, 2018

    Fuck Tom King. Fuck Dan Didio.

    🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽

  • 1.0
    Darkseid24 Nov 3, 2018

    Awful issue. There is no way Harley could outsmart& beat the Trinity like that. I am sick of this ridiculous writing& forcing Harley on every story. Her classic outfit doesn’t make anything better, because it’s the same awfully written Harley, since New52 started. As for the plot there was no real plot.

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