Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Some thoughts about Harley Quinn #21

Harley's future is getting more and more complicated.

Someone has just captured both Harley and a new Batman who has come to kill her and just when she needed to face something even worse, the arrival of her parents.

Welp, pretty much just like the last issue.

Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner offer a new installment where they focus on the conflict with the Batman of the future. There's the usual humour that you would expect but unfortunately the story gets resolved rather quickly an in a kinda unsatisfying manner, There wasn't too much of a conflict now that I think about it since everything concludes so fast that is not even worth mentioning.

John Timms and Joseph Michael Lensnir do a pretty solid job at art duties though, particularly the former.

Paul Dini continues his story between Harley and the Joker and is once again fun but short while also playing with the strengths of the relationship. Bret Blevins' artwork is pretty fitting for the tone once again.

Nothing different, hope things improve soon.

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