Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Some thoughts about Harley Quinn #22

Harley's worst fears are finally here.

Harley's parents have just arrived and she will have to do her best to impress them. However, her lifestyle might make that a bit hard.

Well, this was a fine improvement.

Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner deliver a new chapter that starts with a bang by offering a quite humourous scene with several sexual implications and the fact that all of this happens in front of Harley's parents makes it even funnier. Things get even better once that they start remembering her own family which seems like is setting-up a future a family encounter.

The different plot-points are better handled this time by finally depicting the reencounter between the protagonist and Harley Sinn which creates pretty interesting ramifications for the future.

John Timms' artwork continues to be top notch thanks to his beautiful and flexible cartoony style that depicts the violent scenes perfectly.

The second segment by Paul Dini also works much better this time since it presents classic characters from the Batman Animated Series and Bret Blevins' style remains really fitting for it.

Solid stuff, more like this please.

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