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Review: Harley Quinn #32


By Philip Schweier
November 22, 2017 - 04:38

Harley mayoral bid is over. She’s in a much more personal conflict with Mayor DePerto, now that he’s brutally murdered her main squeeze. But she’s held captive, and he’s off-site, protected by a couple dozen of his own personal bent cops. Harley has no hope of getting to him before receiving a bullet to the head.

Well, clearly she does, otherwise this would be her last issue. She’s got a plan, but she’ll need help to pull it off. And the best source for that is DePerto himself. She’s counting on him to act true to form.

This was a satisfying conclusion to the current era of Harley Quinn. From here, I feel the title/character could go anywhere, and I appreciate that freedom. As a character, Harley has options – back to a life of crime, missions with Task Force X, or a career as a mass media shrink. She’s tried them all. Perhaps as a counselor to the costumed community, villains and heroes alike.

Regardless, whatever happens – and whether the current creative team will be a part of it – is anyone’s guess. I wouldn’t blame DC Editorial if it chose to switch things up a little, but I hope Palmiotti, Conner and Timms continue to stick around. If it aint broke, don’t fix it.

Rating: 9/10

Last Updated: February 5, 2023 - 09:06

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