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Harley Quinn: Welcome to Metropolis Paperback – March 11, 2014
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Karl Kesel is one of the most successful artists to come out of DC's New Talent program, and also counts Jack Kirby as a major influence on his work -- while having a fondness for Kirby's quirky character creations. Kesel built a solid reputation as a respected inker on such titles as SUPERMAN and SUICIDE SQUAD in addition to his efforts as a writer on HARLEY QUINN, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN and SUPERBOY.
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I have to say that I will always love and prefer classic blonde, jester outfit Harley better than the new 52's version of her in that half black, half red hair and sexy outfit.
A. Bumbling sidekick,
B. Clingy girlfriend,
C. Absolutely awesome villain in her own right?
After reading this compilation of Harley Quinn #1-7, the answer is quite obviously C. In this, the Maid of Mischief goes up against some of Batman's greatest villains, throws a very dangerous slumber party, creates her own team, and overall, is absolutely fantastic. Funny and interesting with great action and superb artwork by the Dodsons.
The art does shift from time to time, and at strange places -- I assume this is a result of Terry Dodson and his wife working together. It will slip from it's streamlined and curvy artstyle to a more cartoony Bruce Timm-esque look, but these changes are pretty rare and don't bother you if you're ready for them.
In this marvelous collection, Harley gets betrayed for the umpteenth time by her puddin', the Joker. She goes on the tussle with Two-Face, throw an all-villainess party, start her own gang, the Quinntets, and then go off on her own schemes that pit her against the Riddler and Big Barda. Along the way, a few detectives search for her, digging into her past.
I'm absolutely trying to find the rest of this series now. Pity it's so tough to find.