By Philip Schweier
Mar 29, 2017 - 3:46
Ship damaged and his hog limited when it comes to interstellar travel, Harley and Lobo end up sitting in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g, until they see fit to move on the naked-at-the-waterfalls portion of the story. I suppose it owes a little to the movie, Six Days, Seven Nights, but since I never saw the film, I couldn’t say for certain.
Simon Bisley’s artwork fits the subject matter, because Harley was created a cartoon and unto cartoon she has returned. There’s a wee touch of Mad magazine to the stylings, but such is the combination of Conner, Palimotti and Harley.
Where Harley’s Little Black Book goes from here is anybody’s guess. It could be the end of the series, or it might simply be the lull before the next whacky adventure. Either way is fine by me, as a little bit of Harley goes a long way. As the regular reviewer for Harley’s monthly series her at the Bin, I’m getting more than my fill.