by Rachel Dodson, Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson
There's less focus on her bisexuality/implied polyamory**, and it's simply less witty. It's also less crazy. That is, Harley seems offbeat here, but not quite as predatory, homicidal or mentally ill as in the next series. And the thing is that all those things in the third sentence may not s...
Title of the volume sounds familiar? The sandman, right? Preludes and nocturnes. Joke's on Gaiman.Well, it's awesome how Harley was split from the Joker in these first issues of her own comic. Great backstory and exciting flashback of the first interview with the Joker. Gonna read more now!
I adore Harley so it was awesome seeing her out on her own in Gotham. It was exactly what I was expecting, everything from her adorable pouting faces to her corny jokes