Harley Quinn, Vol. 6: Black, White and Red All Over by Amanda ConnerHAS HARLEY MET HER (LOVE) MATCH?
Harley Quinn knows all about mad love, but she’s put all that behind her. Now she’s an independent, butt-kicking woman with a business that offers violence in the service of good. But Harley is about to find out what it feels like to be on the receiving end of some truly mad love.
His name is Red Tool, and he wants to prove his love for Harley…by murdering people, kidnapping her and trying to force her to marry him!
But Harley’s got even bigger problems on her plate than a homicidal lovesick psycho who can’t feel any pain. The mayor of New York City has decided that the “understanding” he had with her to let her business operate without interference came with an unannounced expiration date…and that date is now.
Will Harley end up behind bars, or worse? Or will Red Tool prove to be the right tool for the job?
Writers Amanda Conner (BEFORE WATCHMEN: SILK SPECTRE) and Jimmy Palmiotti (JONAH HEX) and artists John Timms (Deadpool) and Chad Hardin (DEMON KNIGHTS) introduce the new character that will have Harley seeing red! Collects HARLEY QUINN #26-30.
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Though in the film Harley went willingly into the acid, we still saw Harley's dangerous obsession with the Joker and his total manipulation of her in the scene. This collection of stories penned by Paul Dini showcases their friendship and their eccentric escapades—and touches on Harley and the Joker's relationship, particularly how Harley copes without him in her life. Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti's run on Harley's solo title brought her away from the Joker and saw her establish herself as an independent character and antihero. We see Harley trying to earn her redemption throughout the comic, even resisting an attempt to break her out. Set pictures already show Harley and Cassandra spending time together, so it's possible that we'll see them join forces—or even form an unlikely friendship. What's most interesting about this issue isn't the fighting, though, but rather Harley's reaction to discovering Black Canary's pregnancy. Through this, we see a softer side to Harley—and a heartbreaking revelation about her past and her relationship with the Joker.
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Harleen Quinzel, aka Harley Quinn, is one of the most fascinating Batman Universe characters, the rare Batman villain that actually originated from outside of comic books on the excellent Batman: The Animated Series. Comic Book Herald is reader-supported.
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