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This bombastic debut issue features art by award-winning illustrators including Darwyn Cooke, Sam Kieth, Tony S. Daniel, Paul Pope, Walter Simonson, Art Baltazar and others—but will any of them measure up to the exacting standards of the Clown Princess of Crime?


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This bombastic debut issue features art by award-winning illustrators including Darwyn Cooke, Sam Kieth, Tony S. Daniel, Paul Pope, Walter Simonson, Art Baltazar and others—but will any of them measure up to the exacting standards of the Clown Princess of Crime?

30 review for Harley Quinn (2013-2016) #0

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alejandro

    Gathered together from the cosmic reaches of the comic book industry -- here in this great comic book issue -- are the most powerful artists of good ever assembled... ...well, maybe it’s not the most powerful ever assembled (is it wise still use that word nowdays in a DC title and/or product?), but definitely it’s an amazing (no, wait, that adjective can’t be used in this publishing house)... it’s an uncanny (dang! That was worse! Let’s see...) it’s fantas... (four times dang! Are any adjectives Gathered together from the cosmic reaches of the comic book industry -- here in this great comic book issue -- are the most powerful artists of good ever assembled... ...well, maybe it’s not the most powerful ever assembled (is it wise still use that word nowdays in a DC title and/or product?), but definitely it’s an amazing (no, wait, that adjective can’t be used in this publishing house)... it’s an uncanny (dang! That was worse! Let’s see...) it’s fantas... (four times dang! Are any adjectives free out there?! Okay, give a moment, I am sure that I can think in something... ... ... okay, I think I got it, thanks for your patience, folks!)... ...definitely it’s a pretty neat group of good artists (there aren’t the Pretty Neat Avengers or the Pretty Neat X-Men, aren’t they, right?) I got this in its single issue, both, in its regular edition and this “director’s cut” edition that since it contains more explanation about each page and even a bonus gallery of art, not available in the regular edition, it was obvious that the best edition to make a review from, was this one. Creative Team: Writers: Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti Illustrators: Amanda Conner, Becky Cloonan, Tony S. Daniel, Sandu Florea, Stephane Roux, Dan Panosian, Walter Simonson, Jim Lee (is he here?!!! Wow!!!), Scott Williams, Bruce Timm (is he too?!!! Wee-wow!!!), Charlie Adlard, Adam Hughes, Art Baltazar, Tradd Moore, Dave Johnson, Jeremy Roberts (who is this??! Oh, right he is the winner of the polemic contest…), Sam Kieth (Holy Sam Kieth!), Darwyn Cooke, Chad Hardin… and that’s all folks! And no, I’m not kidding, they all do the art in this single issue! AND HERE WE GO AGAIN How cool would it be to have my own comic book? After the insane popularity of the animated character of Harley Quinn, created by Paul Dini & Bruce Timm, introduced in the iconic Batman: The Animated Series, it was logical that DC Comics would capitalize that success and insert the character into the official DC Comic Book Canon Universe (without counting her already appearances in the comic books of Batman Adventures set in the animated universe). Harley Quinn was introduced in the middle of the event No Man’s Land and she came to stay. Even she got her own comic book series between 2001 and 2003 (that I did from #1 to like #32, yes I know it got to 38th, I could get them all, I know! I stopped it since the title wasn’t particularly good and I didn’t think that it would last only a few issues more). And now, here we go again, with yet a new solo ongoing comic book title. Honestly, I think that the only person who really know what’s in the crazy mind of Harley, is “her co-dad”, Paul Dini, since while Bruce Timm draw her, Dini was the writer. Timm was pulling the strings, but Dini was who said where to take the strings. That’s why that Mad Love, the comic book telling her secret origin, and Detective Comics #831, both written by Paul Dini, are ones of the most precious items in my very wacko collection of comic books (and action figures and statues) related to Harley Quinn. Also I have some of the miniseries of Harley & Ivy. Still, that never discouraged me to buy her solo miniseries and ongoing titles (dang marketing!!! I will beat some day!!! Mmh... no, no really, who am I kidding? That dang marketing is too appealing, too seductive!). So, here we go again, buying a new ongoing comic book series of Harley. HARLEY QUINN AND THE QUEST FOR THE ARTIST Mmh, but who could create my books...? This issue #0 is a project breaking the fourth dimension, since the whole issue is made as a process of searching for the artist for a comic book about Harley Quinn, where she is aware of it and and she commented her opinions about each artist. And of course , in the middle of all that madness, Harley is able to speak to Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti (the writers, in case you didn’t put attention in the creative team section, you lazy reader!), but also she speaks with “Bernie”, a taxidermist beaver, that she found in her storage locker. (And of course, Bernie speaks back to Harley! She is mad, remember?) So, besides some pages at the beginning and at the end to bound the whole issue, the rest of pages have a different artist each, and in this “director’s cut” issue you have pretty neat comments by Conner, Palmiotti and some of the artist telling “behind-the-scenes” detailed info about each page, what they want to do on each, etc... Also, the “director’s cut” edition includes an exclusive gallery of the art of the closer ones to win the contest to be selected and include his/her art in the comic book issue (by the way, that innocent contest made a lot of polemic since some people thought that the contest was encouraging to commit suicide! Dang! Why always are there people only thinking the worst of everything and trying to make everything look bad?) Oh! And you will get an extra gallery with variant covers for the issue too. Also, you can read how Palmiotti came with the crazy idea of getting artists for each page of this issue and how after the green light by Dan Didio (DC Co-Publisher in Chief), Palmiotti and Conner had to run, taking the chance that they were in the San Diego Comic-Con, so they have direct access to a… well… a pretty neat group of artists and convinced to be onboard. So, you won’t get many inspired dialogues, but they are very funny dialogues, and certainly an amaz...(dang!)... a pretty neat gallery of many inspired artwork about Dr. Harleen Quinzel, our favorite criminally insane psychiatrist.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Terrific prologue to Harley’s new series kicking off next month. After binging on junk food, Harley goes into a sugar-induced dream where she, alongside the disembodied voices of Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, audition artists to draw her strip. 17 amazing artists drew pages in this comic! One of the most fun DC comics I’ve read in a long while, here’s hoping the series itself turns out to be this much fun! Read the full review here! Terrific prologue to Harley’s new series kicking off next month. After binging on junk food, Harley goes into a sugar-induced dream where she, alongside the disembodied voices of Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, audition artists to draw her strip. 17 amazing artists drew pages in this comic! One of the most fun DC comics I’ve read in a long while, here’s hoping the series itself turns out to be this much fun! Read the full review here!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gemma Feltham

    So for my latest review I've moved away from novels and short stories and decided to celebrate and showcase my total obsession for all things Harley Quinn. I was ecstatic when I found out Harley Quinn was getting her very own comic book series, I love her in everything I've read that she's appeared in, loved the cartoons from when I was a kid and of course there are the computer games such as Batman: Arkham Origins in which she features once more as Mr J's personal doting ball of crazy. Firstly I So for my latest review I've moved away from novels and short stories and decided to celebrate and showcase my total obsession for all things Harley Quinn. I was ecstatic when I found out Harley Quinn was getting her very own comic book series, I love her in everything I've read that she's appeared in, loved the cartoons from when I was a kid and of course there are the computer games such as Batman: Arkham Origins in which she features once more as Mr J's personal doting ball of crazy. Firstly I personally think the cover to Harley Quinn #0 is stunning. The clothes and style in which Harley herself is drawn in (by Amanda Conner) portray her in her more sexual variant, while the inclusion of a large Mr J (iconic if not slightly odd in this form), covered in red lipstick kisses- presumably from Harley because who else would have him, pays homage to Harley's ever eternal, sadistic and twisted infatuation with The Joker. Moving on, the story for this issue focuses on Harley musing over the possibility of having her very own comic series, contemplating the different scenarios, clothing options and of course who would be the best artist for the job. Now I've heard of comic writers occasionally breaking the fourth wall- but Harley Quinn #0 doesn't just break the fourth wall...it totally demolishes it and leaves nothing but rubble behind! The first scene in which readers meet Harley is not the most flattering, featuring an assortment of rubbish, junk and a rather dirty and disheveled Harley; and she doesn't seem to be in this state for any particularly stimulating reason. But she's soon tidied up, whisked off, the fourth wall is smashed and the fun begins as Harley, the writers and various talented artists have her play out different scenes. One of my favourite inclusions throughout the whole issue is the use of typical Harley phrases such as 'Puddin', 'Hunky Monkey' and so on. Combined with the generally witty banter between the writers, artists and Harley Quinn, and the lighthearted approach; these phrases bring Harley's character to life in a new way but also acknowledges the much-loved and iconic past of Harley's character history. Also featured were other favourites of mine: Poison Ivy, Catwoman, The Joker, Batman, Harley's trusty sledge hammer and a mention to my other slightly morbid love: Suicide Squad. All the way through the art is again stunning, amusing and eyebrow raising- I never envisioned what Harley would look like as a pageant queen and now I know why, but interesting it was. Now it comes down to the nitty gritty. My favourite two scenes are the one by Jeremy Roberts- definitely want to see some future collaboration between Mr Roberts and Harley Quinn, and artist of Harley Quinn #1 Chad Hardin. Unfortunately having a most favourite means I also have a least favourite. Again I have two scenes by artists which are just as talented as the rest but who's work didn't really push my buttons, and they are Darwyn Cooke, because although the skill is evident I was never a huge fan of the Jetson; and Art Baltazar- again obvious skill but it was just far too cutesy for my slightly more macabre taste. Overall I have high expectations for great things to come for future issues and would recommend to anyone looking for something new to try- especially people looking for something different to the regular novel. My only decision is whether to buy it as individual issues, or save some space on my groaning bookshelf and wait it out for the graphic novel- I'm just not sure I can wait that long for my next Harley Quinn fix!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Beck Frost

    When this was coming out, I was super excited. So much so that I got the art print of the cover signed by Amanda Conner and it is still hanging on my office wall. But after at least a year since reading it, I can tell you that I remember NOTHING about it specifically except that I thought Batman's Death of the Family issue #1 did so much more to stir up my emotions about Harley Quinn than this did. Now all I can say about this particular issue was that I did not hate it. A year later, I wish I h When this was coming out, I was super excited. So much so that I got the art print of the cover signed by Amanda Conner and it is still hanging on my office wall. But after at least a year since reading it, I can tell you that I remember NOTHING about it specifically except that I thought Batman's Death of the Family issue #1 did so much more to stir up my emotions about Harley Quinn than this did. Now all I can say about this particular issue was that I did not hate it. A year later, I wish I had been able to remember more...and I stopped with the series quickly in because it just could not hold me.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Meera A.S.

    I've been planning to start reading Harley Quinn (The New 52) since forever! One of my all time favorite female villains in DC comics! It was a veeery fast read, however, there was NOTHING new added since it's the just volume #0, except enjoying seeing her drawn by seventeen different talented comics artists, where each has its own short story and own version of Ms. Quinn. I gotta say that it was funny at some points and cheesy in others lol But oh well, she's Harley and I freaking love her! Exci I've been planning to start reading Harley Quinn (The New 52) since forever! One of my all time favorite female villains in DC comics! It was a veeery fast read, however, there was NOTHING new added since it's the just volume #0, except enjoying seeing her drawn by seventeen different talented comics artists, where each has its own short story and own version of Ms. Quinn. I gotta say that it was funny at some points and cheesy in others lol But oh well, she's Harley and I freaking love her! Excited to see how the plots in this series will be developing!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Clara Morbin

    I'm not sure how I felt when I read it. It was, essentially, just a bunch of inside jokes about DC artists. That aside, the artwork is astounding and the story is somewhat interesting (if a bit cheesy.) If I was basing my interest on this series purely on this issue I'd give it a pass. But I'm not so I'll hold out hope for #1. I'm not sure how I felt when I read it. It was, essentially, just a bunch of inside jokes about DC artists. That aside, the artwork is astounding and the story is somewhat interesting (if a bit cheesy.) If I was basing my interest on this series purely on this issue I'd give it a pass. But I'm not so I'll hold out hope for #1.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ashish

    It's fun to see how different artists would handle Harley, but the whole concept of breaking the 4th wall is a bit too... strange. For lack of a better word, it's unrealistic, an immersion-breaker, and it would've been fun to see entire stories play out instead of single pages in different styles; as it is, it's casual, but also a bit shallow. Let's see how the rest of the series develops. It's fun to see how different artists would handle Harley, but the whole concept of breaking the 4th wall is a bit too... strange. For lack of a better word, it's unrealistic, an immersion-breaker, and it would've been fun to see entire stories play out instead of single pages in different styles; as it is, it's casual, but also a bit shallow. Let's see how the rest of the series develops.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Annice22

    There really wasn't much to the story. Harley during a dream wondered if she had a comic book who should be the artist. Which proceeded with 17 different artists showing her how she would look. This was basically a filler issue. There really wasn't much to the story. Harley during a dream wondered if she had a comic book who should be the artist. Which proceeded with 17 different artists showing her how she would look. This was basically a filler issue.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sandro Falce

    A very fun issue. Really looking forward to issue 1 now.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jaena Rae

    Cheesy, but in a delightful way. I genuinely enjoyed seeing Ms. Quinn drawn by multiple talented artsits.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Paul Noguerol

    It´s not the most amazing Harley Quinn's story ever, but it is pretty funny and the art is awesome, with contributions of some of the best artists at the time. It was also the beggining of the fourth wall breaker Harley in a more deliverated way, and the first appeareance of some concepts that later in the Conner run will be recurring, as the beaver or the Poison Ivy ship in this queer biting oriented way. I liked it very much, but I found it overwhelmed by in-jokes and metafictional references. It´s not the most amazing Harley Quinn's story ever, but it is pretty funny and the art is awesome, with contributions of some of the best artists at the time. It was also the beggining of the fourth wall breaker Harley in a more deliverated way, and the first appeareance of some concepts that later in the Conner run will be recurring, as the beaver or the Poison Ivy ship in this queer biting oriented way. I liked it very much, but I found it overwhelmed by in-jokes and metafictional references. One issue with those characteristics is OK for me, but more of it would be annoying. It was a fresh, funny and beautiful approach on the character.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Steven Shinder

    The idea was to have one artist for each page, interpreting Harley as they pleased. This Director's Cut also includes behind the scenes info about the panels. The tidbits could be a little bit of a slog to get through in a book where it feels like you're supposed to go from the panels of one page to the panels of the next right away. It was weird, but fun seeing all these different artistic interpretations. The idea was to have one artist for each page, interpreting Harley as they pleased. This Director's Cut also includes behind the scenes info about the panels. The tidbits could be a little bit of a slog to get through in a book where it feels like you're supposed to go from the panels of one page to the panels of the next right away. It was weird, but fun seeing all these different artistic interpretations.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mandy

    I was stuck in a reading funk and decided to give a comic a shot. Little did I know I would become a huge fan of Harley Quinn that I have been devouring all her comics. I love the art and the stories paint her in a light I never expected. I have enjoyed every installment so far and looking forward to reading them all. Highly recommend she's quickly become my favorite DC character. I was stuck in a reading funk and decided to give a comic a shot. Little did I know I would become a huge fan of Harley Quinn that I have been devouring all her comics. I love the art and the stories paint her in a light I never expected. I have enjoyed every installment so far and looking forward to reading them all. Highly recommend she's quickly become my favorite DC character.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Funny and all the different artworks is a wonderful idea.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Abhinav

    You can read the full review over at my blog: http://sonsofcorax.wordpress.com/2013... There isn’t any comics issue or character in recent months, or even in the last couple years as far as I know, who has drawn as much attention and controversy as Harley Quinn, who got a new ongoing series today from veteran industry professionals Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner. The controversy had largely to do with an apparently insensitive artist submission that was put together for this title in September, You can read the full review over at my blog: http://sonsofcorax.wordpress.com/2013... There isn’t any comics issue or character in recent months, or even in the last couple years as far as I know, who has drawn as much attention and controversy as Harley Quinn, who got a new ongoing series today from veteran industry professionals Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner. The controversy had largely to do with an apparently insensitive artist submission that was put together for this title in September, which involved some test art panels that completely lacked the context of the actual issue. Do a search for it and you’ll find all there is to know about it. That’s not what this post is about thought. I love Harley Quinn as a character. Bruce Timm and Co. introduced her in Batman: The Animated Series nearly two decades ago and since then she’s gained a life of her own, becoming one of the most quirkiest characters in comics, and that’s saying something since she debuted as the sidekick to the Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime and you can’t get any (insanely) quirkier than that guy. And yet, Harley one-upped him. With this new issue, a zero issue no less, Harley Quinn is back in the saddle with lots of great humour and some fantastic artwork. Harley Quinn 00The entire concept behind this issue here is that Harley essentially holds a trial for which artist is eventually going to draw her in the regular series, which starts next month with #1. As such, there are no less than SEVENTEEN artists on hand for this issue, each of whom gets a page (a small few get 2) to show off their skills. I’ve never heard of any single comics issue being drawn by that many artists and man… I’d initially thought that this just might be a mess. I was wrong. Completely wrong. Jimmy and Amanda are the writers on this issue and they tell the story as per the premise. And their entire approach depends on Harley breaking the imaginary fourth wall between the characters and the creators/readers. Harley knows what’s happening here and she converses with both Jimmy and Amanda throughout the book as they parade all the different artists. There’s a certain insanity about Harley that is at the core of who she is, what she is. Several writers have tried to take that on and deliver it, but none have really had much success of it, off what I’ve read. Matt Kindt, Adam Glass, and have tried and failed, as far as I’m concerned. But with Jimmy and Amanda at the helm, things are looking great for the character. There’s so much great humour in this comic. The writers hit the definite beats with that and the artists do their part to make all of that stand out. Each page features Harley in a completely different situation, or sometimes multiple situations, and through all of it she keeps on a commentary about the artist who is drawing her on that page. And all of that feeds into the story itself in really fun and interesting ways. Honestly, there isn’t really anything negative that can be said about this comic, except in one way. Where the art is concerned, between all the seventeen artists, there is absolutely no straight consistency. And we don’t even get a “normal” Harley at that. We see Harley-Zilla as she demolishes an entire city, Godzilla style. We see Tiny Harley in Art Baltazar’s Tiny Titans-themed page. We see Bruce Timm and Darwyn Cooke’s animated look. We see Harley as she looks in different costumes, different situations, whether that be a noir-style office setting or sitting in a whale’s mouth and tickling it no less. We see a hyper-realistic Harley, a stylised Harley. Seriously, what’s not to love here? If you were to ask me, I’d throw down in an instant for either Bruce Timm or Dave Johnson or Becky Cloonan or Stephane Roux or Dan Panosian to draw the monthly series. I’m pretty sure that the actual artist has already been picked by DC, but damn, this issue was a fantastic concept and I loved it. Loved it, I fell head over heals for this comic. This issue was Harley at her best, in whatever context you deem fit to talk about. I want more of this kind of perfect blend of silliness and humour mixed in with the trademark goofy Harley/Joker action. Jimmy, Amanda, and the entire army of artists have done a fantastic job here, and I can’t wait to see the “results” in next month’s issue. Rating: 9.5/10

  16. 4 out of 5

    Isabella

    Real rating: 3.5 (but I rounded it up) If you don't know me, you don't know how much I LOVE Harley Quinn. She's literally my favourite character from DC, only tied up with the Joker because... well... he's the Joker. So when I heard a long time ago that they were going to make a new comic series with her, I was mega excited. But then the suicide controversy happened (you can google it if you don't know what I'm talking about) and I must admit, that made me avoid her comics for a while. But I still Real rating: 3.5 (but I rounded it up) If you don't know me, you don't know how much I LOVE Harley Quinn. She's literally my favourite character from DC, only tied up with the Joker because... well... he's the Joker. So when I heard a long time ago that they were going to make a new comic series with her, I was mega excited. But then the suicide controversy happened (you can google it if you don't know what I'm talking about) and I must admit, that made me avoid her comics for a while. But I still read issue #0 because, well, I was curious. Many people were making fun of this series because they said "She's gonna be a female Deadpool". After rereading this issue, I can totally see where they're coming from. In this entire issue, Harley constantly breaks the 4th wall and says what she thinks about the artists that could potentially draw her comics. Her humor is also very "deadpool-ish", like when she was drawn by Art Balthazar in Tiny Titans and all she wanted to do was wreck their crayon shit up. Personally, I love Deadpool and I love Harley Quinn and I secretly ship them together even though it's impossible sssshhhhh don't tel Mr J I said that so I wouldn't mind if her entire series was like that! But the writers themselves said that this was a one-time only thing, so... if you didn't like it, you don't need to worry about it. About Artists, there were some I loved, some I didn't mind and some I hated. I would've prefered if Adam Hughes drew it, but sadly, he couldn't keep up with the monthly schedule :( but Amanda Conner's style isn't bad either, I think it will just take me some getting used to.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Balliett

    I have to start off by saying that I LOVED all the different type of art styles in this comic. It was so enjoyable to turn the page and see a different style. I didn't find this to be a story, I'm assuming it wasn't meant to be, but rather just a long funny comic. Even though I don't admire her love for the Joker, I can't understand why some people do, I still love her. She is funny in so many different ways! She might be a murderous bitch sometimes but I think she has some good in her. I mean I' I have to start off by saying that I LOVED all the different type of art styles in this comic. It was so enjoyable to turn the page and see a different style. I didn't find this to be a story, I'm assuming it wasn't meant to be, but rather just a long funny comic. Even though I don't admire her love for the Joker, I can't understand why some people do, I still love her. She is funny in so many different ways! She might be a murderous bitch sometimes but I think she has some good in her. I mean I've seen some good in her judging by other comics I read that had her in them. I'm actually a new fan of her so I'm sure there is plenty I don't know about her yet. :)

  18. 5 out of 5

    connie

    4/5 stars This is the beginning of the New 52 series based around Harley Quinn, my all time favourite female in the DC universe (despite only having read 1 or 2 other graphic novels where Harley is present, I love her anyway). In this issue, after falling asleep due to consuming too much sugar, Harley- with the help of Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti- begins her search to find artists to draw for her new comic book series. Seventeen different artists audition, all bringing something different t 4/5 stars This is the beginning of the New 52 series based around Harley Quinn, my all time favourite female in the DC universe (despite only having read 1 or 2 other graphic novels where Harley is present, I love her anyway). In this issue, after falling asleep due to consuming too much sugar, Harley- with the help of Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti- begins her search to find artists to draw for her new comic book series. Seventeen different artists audition, all bringing something different to the table, and all pretty goddamn amazing, if I'm honest. It's a neat prologue to the New 52 series, and I'm so happy Harley has her own series. She breaks the fourth wall- not exactly Deadpool level breaking, but the wall definitely has massive gaping holes in it- and that's always a way to suck me in. Looking forward to carrying on.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

    Harley Quinn is a bad ass. Harley Quinn wants a comic book about her. Harley Quinn wants to pick out her own artist for her comic book by breaking the fourth wall. If you know Harley Quinn at all you know she won't stop until she gets what she wants and that's what you get in The New 52's Harley Quinn issue #0. I couldn't stop laughing as I read this issue! Harley Quinn has always been an interesting and appealing character to me put plainly, because there's no other character like her. She does Harley Quinn is a bad ass. Harley Quinn wants a comic book about her. Harley Quinn wants to pick out her own artist for her comic book by breaking the fourth wall. If you know Harley Quinn at all you know she won't stop until she gets what she wants and that's what you get in The New 52's Harley Quinn issue #0. I couldn't stop laughing as I read this issue! Harley Quinn has always been an interesting and appealing character to me put plainly, because there's no other character like her. She doesn't care what people think she has her own missions and she plans on seeing them through. Even if it's something silly like the artist for her new comic book. Simply put, this was wonderful and I can't wait to read the rest of the issues! :D

  20. 5 out of 5

    Phoebe

    Picky Sicky Neat introduction to the series with Harley breaking the fourth wall and a look at a few cool drawing styles. Felt like these artists and writers were in on a few jokes in this comic, which is interesting but a little annoying as I'd have to read up on them to get all of the jokes. There's no beating Bruce Timm and the BTAS style, if this series was all drawn in that style it would instantly improve it so much. But that's just my personal preference. But I did also like Becky Cloon Picky Sicky Neat introduction to the series with Harley breaking the fourth wall and a look at a few cool drawing styles. Felt like these artists and writers were in on a few jokes in this comic, which is interesting but a little annoying as I'd have to read up on them to get all of the jokes. There's no beating Bruce Timm and the BTAS style, if this series was all drawn in that style it would instantly improve it so much. But that's just my personal preference. But I did also like Becky Cloonan, Sam Kieth and Baltazar, which I've seen before in Itty Bitty Hellboy

  21. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    That was excellent. I am completely ok with Harley being to DC as Deadpool is to Marvel. Having her break the 4th wall so continuously just meant that we got to keep putting her in wackier and wackier situations. I'm a little sad to see the infamous bathtub scene has been cut but overall since I couldn't stop smiling I guess I'm ok with it. Here's to bigger and better on Harley's second attempt at her own series. That was excellent. I am completely ok with Harley being to DC as Deadpool is to Marvel. Having her break the 4th wall so continuously just meant that we got to keep putting her in wackier and wackier situations. I'm a little sad to see the infamous bathtub scene has been cut but overall since I couldn't stop smiling I guess I'm ok with it. Here's to bigger and better on Harley's second attempt at her own series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kait Byrnes

    This was wonderful! I am a fan of Harley Quinn after watching my fiancé playing all the Arkham Xbox games. I fell in love with character and I've always been interested in learning more about here so I was very excited when he picked up this comic for me. I loved most of the artists depictions of her but some of them I didn't care for. But the main artist has made me very happy with the way he depicts her. I am so ready for the next installment and have put my fiancé on the look out for it. :) This was wonderful! I am a fan of Harley Quinn after watching my fiancé playing all the Arkham Xbox games. I fell in love with character and I've always been interested in learning more about here so I was very excited when he picked up this comic for me. I loved most of the artists depictions of her but some of them I didn't care for. But the main artist has made me very happy with the way he depicts her. I am so ready for the next installment and have put my fiancé on the look out for it. :)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey

    For anyone who loves Harley Quinn: you won't be disappointed. Jim Palmiotti put together an amazing line up of artists for this #0 series starter who each created a couple pages to show Harley in her multifaceted and vast personality. Harley Quinn's humor throughout is spot on and fun-loving, as she always is. Amanda Conner and Jim Palmiotti have truly done an amazing job in creating this version of Harley Quinn. This is the most fun series starter I've read in a while. For anyone who loves Harley Quinn: you won't be disappointed. Jim Palmiotti put together an amazing line up of artists for this #0 series starter who each created a couple pages to show Harley in her multifaceted and vast personality. Harley Quinn's humor throughout is spot on and fun-loving, as she always is. Amanda Conner and Jim Palmiotti have truly done an amazing job in creating this version of Harley Quinn. This is the most fun series starter I've read in a while.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Cover2CoverBlog

    This was a wonderfully quirky prequel to Harley Quinn's new comic series. Breaking the fourth wall, the writers play with various artists throughout the comic to appease Harley and it is wonderfully done. I cannot wait to see what is in store for the rest of the series. Harley is just as crazy interesting as normal and the artists did an amazing job with their pages. This was a wonderfully quirky prequel to Harley Quinn's new comic series. Breaking the fourth wall, the writers play with various artists throughout the comic to appease Harley and it is wonderfully done. I cannot wait to see what is in store for the rest of the series. Harley is just as crazy interesting as normal and the artists did an amazing job with their pages.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    Now...I promised my ratings would get tougher, but this is an honest to god 5 star read. I absolutely, positively LOVED how the writers broke the 4th wall (a gajillion times, I might add). NOT to be missed by any serious Harley fan. I coughed up an extra 50 bucks for 2 pristine copies, plus 2 different variant covers it was so great!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    Just read this. Picked it up from the local comic bookstore in order to get a free pair of Batman Hero Clix. I really liked this comic. Ita the first Harley Quinn Ive read and Im looking forward to getting into this one! Hopefully I can keep up. I couldn't stop chuckling. It was so cool to see the different art styles. Just read this. Picked it up from the local comic bookstore in order to get a free pair of Batman Hero Clix. I really liked this comic. Ita the first Harley Quinn Ive read and Im looking forward to getting into this one! Hopefully I can keep up. I couldn't stop chuckling. It was so cool to see the different art styles.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Shamus

    Harley Quinn goes on a comic books fueled, sour malt whisky driven, psychotic dream quest where she imagines herself drawn by 17 different artists in one book. Just kicking off what should be a highly satisfying, fourth wall breaking, murder fest of an ongoing series. I love the old She-Hulk comic that did a very similar thing in the nineties, so I have high hopes for this one.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    This is very GOOD!!!! I heard so many great things about this and I decided to pick it up today! and this doesn't disappoint me at all! This issue introduce me into so many different and significant art style and I'm really impressed! and of course Harley herself is such a sassy character!!! Love her!! My second fav anti-hero after deadpool!! 4 stars!! This is very GOOD!!!! I heard so many great things about this and I decided to pick it up today! and this doesn't disappoint me at all! This issue introduce me into so many different and significant art style and I'm really impressed! and of course Harley herself is such a sassy character!!! Love her!! My second fav anti-hero after deadpool!! 4 stars!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lorna

    As the #0 you don't expect much action so I wasn't expecting it. And I didn't get disappointed with this number. It's more like an introduction to how's Harley now and a conversation with the writers giving her different styles and stuff. So you can't really say much about it. But yeah I liked it. Currently reading #1 As the #0 you don't expect much action so I wasn't expecting it. And I didn't get disappointed with this number. It's more like an introduction to how's Harley now and a conversation with the writers giving her different styles and stuff. So you can't really say much about it. But yeah I liked it. Currently reading #1

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ceejay Cartuneo

    Brilliant concept.. Harley searches for her dream artist to illustrate her new series, While the writers in her head help her in her search. The concept Reminded me alot of the ol' 'Duck Amuck' Bugs and Daffy caroon.. perfect for our girl Harl aka "Looney Toons".LOL Brilliant concept.. Harley searches for her dream artist to illustrate her new series, While the writers in her head help her in her search. The concept Reminded me alot of the ol' 'Duck Amuck' Bugs and Daffy caroon.. perfect for our girl Harl aka "Looney Toons".LOL

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