Alright Fangirls. We’re back on the horse with Harley, and she’s on the mayor’s Back. This issue starts strong with HQ demanding to talk to the mayor. She thinks that he ordered the hit on Mason while he was in prison. After trying to save him, if you remember, she decided it would be best if he went to Arkham instead. But maybe that’s not the best idea.
Fangirls, our favorite flipped out fruitcake is back with issue 20! After her road trip with the other two sirens (an issue I can’t seem to get my paws on), she’s on her way to LA to go after the daughter of one of her coworkers at the nursing home. As she travels across the country, we learn that Harley is terrible at flying; she’s fidgety and grumpy.
Harley Quinn is back with a vengeance, Fangirls! Harley took a short break recently, but is now back on the shelves, and it seems like she’s having a slammin’ good time already. In case you forgot, the last couple of issues were about Harley getting together a gang of Harleys. Their goal is to fight crime the only way they know how, and to get paid for doing so.
Holy Harleys, Batman! I’ve been really excited for this issue of Harley Quinn for awhile now; they’ve really been leading up to this for a couple issues now. I definitely didn’t expect it to be as great as it was though!
Fangirls, Harley’s life is super hectic, and I am feeling that so much. It’s a crazy time right now, for both me and Harls. She’s running around saving people from buildings, and I’m finalizing plans for graduation and a trip to Walt Disney World. I know we’re on different levels, but we’re both pretty busy.
Fangirls, we all know how much I love Harley. Last month was actually DC Comic’s Harley Quinn Month (as she knows all about the madness of love), and they did a couple sweet giveaways. More importantly, though, Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner did a Valentine’s Day special for our lovely Miss Quinn. But we’ll get to that in a bit.
I know the holidays are over, but we can enjoy Harley’s cheer for just a bit longer, can’t we?