By Philip Schweier
April 6, 2018 - 08:35
But Harley isn’t exactly alone in her battle. Sure, she’s walked away from her friends and co-conspirators, but that was under the influence of the Mad Hatter and False Face. But there’s something appealing about Harley that draws people to her. Maybe it’s her devil-may-care charm, maybe it’s the guarantee of excitement, or maybe it’s her psychology background manipulating people’s motivations.
She and her army of cronies, as well as the other quirky citizens of Coney Island band together in a broad farce, making her the hero du jour. I love a happy ending, and the possibilities are endless for where Harley goes from here.
issue with this issue is the artwork. Inaki Miranda’s work feature some of the
manic rendering one might expect from a book about an anti-hero with emotional
issues. But it also has a certain wild, careless style that is not my
particular cup of Earl Gray. I prefer a tighter, more economical line style,
but that’s just me. Moritat illustrated the latter portion of the book, and as much as I enjoy his retro-style, I'm not Harley Quinn is the best place for it.