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Harley Quinn Vol. 1: Hot in the City (The New 52) - Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti
Harley Quinn Vol. 1: Hot in the City (The New 52)
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3.82 85
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781401248925 (1401248926)
ASIN: 1401248926
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
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FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleThis is a tricky one for me to rate. While I love the idea of Harley Quinn and all of her craziness, I'm also not huge on gore and violence.A while back, I passed up buying this book because I read reviews critiquing how it's basically just a collectio...
Blondie and Read
Blondie and Read rated it
4.0 Harley Quinn Vol. 1: Hot in the City (The New 52)
Very meta at the beginning - Harley's pseudo monologue with illustrators is just perfection. Also really enjoyed the DC corporate office thrown in toward the end. Harley is absolutely great. She's innocent, yet insane and psychotic.
Lollypop's book
Lollypop's book rated it
5.0 Harley Quinn : Volume 1 Hot In The City (New52)
Authors: Lot of People lol Pages: 224 Published: 28th October 2014 I adore Harley Quinn and I am so glad that she is getting the attention that she deserves I got this awhile ago but never felt in the mood for Harley but Friday night I was and I devoured it and loved every minute of the graphic no...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it
5.0 It's so nice of DC to give Lady Deadpool her own series!
I mean, I'm joking, but not really. She's crazy. She talks to to a dead, stuffed beaver (that no one else can hear, so it's really like a voice in her head), she's freaky looking, she's hyper-violent, she cracks jokes all the time, she breaks the fourth wall in this volume, and she's bisexual. ...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it
3.5 A madwoman with a mallet
It's no surprise this was far from sane or sedate. Harley Quinn can lay claim to neither. I really liked the artwork, the look of the character and the bright color throughout. Both were gorgeous. I really liked how they had every artist who ever drew Harley draw some panels near the beginning. I th...
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