Fresh from Batman: Death of the Family and Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn returns to her first solo series in the New 52! The writing team of Jimmy Palmiotti (All Star Western) and Amanda Conner (Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre) unleashes Harley on an unsuspecting DC Universe, as she encounters various heroes and villains ... and leaves no one unscathed in her wake! With art by Chad Hardin and a slew of comics' best artists including Darwyn Cooke, Sam Kieth, Tony S. Daniel, Paul Pope, Walter Simonson, and Art Baltazar! Collects Harley Quinn #0-8.

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DC Comics
Character Series:
Harley Quinn
Character:
Harley Quinn
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DC COMICS

DC Comics Harley Quinn: Hot in the City - Volume 01 (The New 52) Paperback Graphic Novel

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Fresh from Batman: Death of the Family and Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn returns to her first solo series in the New 52! The writing team of Jimmy Palmiotti (All Star Western) and Amanda Conner (Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre) unleashes Harley on an unsuspecting DC Universe, as she encounters various heroes and villains ... and leaves no one unscathed in her wake! With art by Chad Hardin and a slew of comics' best artists including Darwyn Cooke, Sam Kieth, Tony S. Daniel, Paul Pope, Walter Simonson, and Art Baltazar! Collects Harley Quinn #0-8.

franchise:
DC Comics
Character Series:
Harley Quinn
Character:
Harley Quinn
Brand:
DC COMICS

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For a comic about a former villainous side kick I thought this was a great read. It captured the more malicious side of the protagonist (like deadpool in his comics / movies) but managed to still make them likeable through their actions towards people who were in their inner circle. A much better rendition of Harley than the one relegated to minimal speaking roles in various DCAU series / films and a more fleshed out character than we’ve been afforded to see in Margot Robbie adaptations on the big screen.