Harley Quinnâ€™s got her own definition of family. The gang of misfits, weirdos and two-fisted freaks sheâ€™s assembled in her Brooklyn crash pad are all the family a reformed psychotic super-villain could ask for, ya know?But thatâ€™s all about to change. The Mistress of Mayhem is about to face the biggest shock sheâ€™s seen in yearsâ€¦a visit from her parents.Thatâ€™s right, folksâ€”Mr. and Mrs. Quinzel are in town to take a bite of the Big App...
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Reviews Harley Quinn Volume 4
- Harley gets a fun visit from her parents. Then it's all about the birthday celebrations as Harley turns 25 (in real life. It's the 25th anniversary of her creation.) The fill in issue by Frank Tieri was not good until the last page which made it all worth it.
- That's my girl!Much improved story line than the last collection but I still miss the anti-hero vibe
- 3.5. A little unbalanced but still so fun. World: The art is much better compared to the last arc, there's a bigger sense of fun and ridiculousness. The world building is solid, much like the last arc there is a lot more call backs to the entire run and it's great for long time friends. It's a good intro too with mum and dad that was fun. Story: The parent arc was fun fun fun. The assassination story was great cause we get to see Harley let loose...
- 3 1/2 Stars. Surprise Surprise continues the fun of the Harley Quinn Rebirth series. You could technically jump in here (or anyway else) and get a feel for things, but you would be missing out on a lot of the events and context. This volume has issues 22 through 27, as well as the Harley Quinn 25th Anniversary Special. Iâ€™m not going to lie; itâ€™s hard to believe that our little Harley has been around that long. Man does time fly.(view spoiler)...
- No volume-wide storyline ,which is a nice change and a better fit for the character, but also widely varied quality in the art that was disappointing.
- Yet again, another load of sexist material. Can DC please fire Palmiotti and Connor? They're ruining a great anti-hero by making her a childish, abusive bitch whose only purpose is to be eyecandy for creepy old men.
- This entry into the ongoing Harley Quinn is good but not one of the strongest. The First half of the book continues the series and is the strongest. It involves a visit from Harleys' parents who have a few surprises of their own to show proving the apple does not fall far from the tree. The first half also puts the crazy cast of characters that surround Harley to good use and that is always a plus. The return of Chad Hardin is also welcome. He ca...
- Harley is stressed because her parents are coming for a visit... which is exactly why a visit from Harley Sinn is very bad timing! But her parents are no goody goodies either, which leads to a fun family adventure taking down criminals. LOLNext up? A surprise birthday party for Harley! What happens when assassins show up uninvited? Harley and Friends vs. The Unconquerable 25! Add in a trip to throwdown on Penguin for taking over part of the neigh...
- A fun and silly volume, but I wish it had gone a bit more into Harleyâ€™s relationship with her parents. However, seeing all of the chaos of her building pop out one by one like a British farce was highly entertaining. And a Gotham City Sirens reunion is always a good thing!
- Harley's birthday party is interrupted by a league of 25 assassins - chaos and goofiness ensues! Another fun/mindless outing - I enjoyed the Christmas "episode" quite a bit. 3.5 stars
- I loved it.
- Good volume.
- A few stories here: Harley's parents come to town, she has an eventful surprise party, and Penguin tries to take over Coney Island. A good time.
- 3.5I really like the variant cover galleries!
- Continues with the stories started. Nothing really new but hopefully more to come.
- Harley and her crew are simply not to my taste. Okay story...but a comic I would be better with being thinner on story.
- A fun book that was way dirtier than I expected. The art is beautiful and the stories are fun, but a little Harley goes a long way. Awesome lettering work by Dave Sharpe!
- Ehhh this one sorta sucked