Review: Harley Quinn #3

Written by Stephanie Phillips
Art by Riley Rossmo
Color by Ivan Plascencia
Lettered by Deron Bennett
Edited by Dave Wielgosz

Harley Quinn here, still narrating my solicit text! My war of wellness with Hugo Strange kicks into high gear this issue, and things are gonna get ugly. Hugo is about to send his right-hand man-child Lockwood, Arkham Asylum’s most sadistic guard, after Kevin and me at our first support group meeting. Folks, some things in this world are sacred, and I am not gonna stand for this. Hugo Strange never picked a fight with someone like me before, and he’s not going to like the results. Buy this issue-it’s a real gem!”

Harley is having a hard time getting things worked out in Gotham. But it was so endearing to see her trying to get back to her psychology background to help former Joker clowns. Chaos breaks out, Harley has to kick some ass, and then things get even crazier.

The art is just as fun and unique as always. It fits so perfectly, and the vibrancy of the colors feels so right for Harley’s perspective of gloomy old Gotham. The lettering is great. All around, it’s a great team.

Grab Harley Quinn #3 now!


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