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Review: Harley Quinn #46
By Philip Schweier

Jul 18, 2018 - 5:31

Publisher(s): DC Comics
Writer(s): Sam Humphries
Artist(s): John Timms
Colourist(s): Gabe Eltaeb
Letterer(s): Dave Sharpe
Cover Artist(s): Guillem March, Tomeu Morey; Frank Cho


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Harley’s having the time of her life on Apokolips, where she’s been inducted into Granny Goodness’ Female Furies (or Furies, if you prefer. I try to avoid sounding sexist but the alliteration sounded sensational). After a knock-down, drag-out with Petite Tina, Harley has settled in, though is a bit displeased with the hazing she’s getting from the other Furies.


MEANWHILE… Back on Earth, a comic starring Harley and her gal pals (okay, that was sexist, wasn’t it?), with a cover homage to Teen Titans #16 (July/Aug. 1968) has been delivered to her domicile. But for what purposes remains to be seen. Stay tuned, dear reader.


MEANWHILE… Back on Apokolips, Harley has returned to Granny Goodness the Splinter of Destiny, with which the witch will spread Darkseid’s power throughout the universe. Harley’s okay with that until she realizes it will be at the expense of some of the lowlies who live on Apokolips – including little Cindy Lou Lowlie, who’s no more two.


Now Harl must suffer the wrath of her granny. Goodness, it’s enough to make a girl plotz right there in front of Darkseid and everybody. Never fear. Granny has a gadget that will remove any embarrassment, and is all too eager to use it on her failure of a Fury (Hey! Alliteration without a hint of sexism. Yay me. I’m evolving.)


Rating: 7/10


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