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Gotham City Sirens Book One Paperback – October 28, 2014
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"Fun is definitely the key word for GOTHAM CITY SIRENS."—EXAMINER
"The idea of a book written by Paul Dini and starring Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn seems like sheer brilliance."—COMIC BOOK RESOURCES
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The winner of multiple Emmy, Eisner and writers Guild of America Awards, Paul Dini is renowned for his work on Batman: The Animated Series and Lost, the comic book series DETECTIVE COMICS and Jingle Belle, and the graphic novel THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPER-HEROES. He was head writer on DC Comics' 2007 weekly series COUNTDOWN TO FINAL CRISIS, and is the writer of the new series BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM and GOTHAM CITY SIRENS.
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This was such a fun read! I would highly recommend for DC comics fans, or anyone like myself that hasn't read many comics over the past few (ok more like 35) years. Very easy to get in to, without having to know a whole complicated past of these ladies.
But I also wanted to attest my pure, unadulterated passion for this comic. It is my all time favorite DC comic series. While it primary features Ivy,. Harley, and Catwoman, it features all of the DC ladies to a degree; the more morally ambiguous, the more likely you are to see them here.
This comic does two things really well. It humanizes a lot of characters that we love, but don't always understand. A huge part of this comic is the friendships that these girls cultivate among each other, and how strong their loyalties are. It also gives weight to the female characters of DC, sidelining the fellas in favor of female rivalries and friendships. Characters like Batman and the Joker, who would typically be running the show, are not.
and it's fun. A lot of fun. Sure, there are some intense and emotional arcs that give us insight into the lives of these bad girls, but there are also a ton of stories where they are going on goofy adventures. All of this is packaged quite nicely and naturally
The art is quite consistent and pretty solid, even though it's not the newest comic out there. It's also one of the last depictions of the original Harley Quinn before her looks and personality were altered for new 52.
Do yourself a favor and give this comic a try. You will be happy you did.