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Harley Quinn #24

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 10 critic ratings.

Like the old Russian proverb says, if you wanna catch a killer, kidnap a different killer and force them to walk you through their process until you eventually find the person who murdered you in cold blood on your newly renovated Gotham ferry…point is, I’m makin’ Victor Zsasz help with my murder mystery and this Sherlock and reluctant Watson are about to blow the doors wide open on some universe-alterin’ shenanigans. Plus, Bud and Lou get belly rubs, I lose my deposit on a fog machine I rented, and my killer is revealed!

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26 pages
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10 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    You Don't Read Comics

    The bomb that Phillips and company mix in at the end promises to launch the storyline in another really, really weird direction that should be a lot of fun as the series reaches its 25th issue before the end of 2022. Harley has had some difficulty finding the right equilibrium after writer Sam Humphries stopped hanging out with her some time ago. Phillips has clearly managed to find the right pulse.

  • 100

    Dark Knight News

    There are so many reasons to fall in love with this series. The cover variants from Lee Bermejo, Leirix, and Ludo Lullabi are fabulous, each distinctly different and each given different emotions upon viewing them. Matteo Lolli and Rain Beredo give us a main cover that’s fantastic as well. It’s always a joy to see a main cover on the same level as the variants.
    Harley Quinn #24 gives us humor and answers. It also delivers one of my favorite moments so far in this run, with Harley as Sherlock Holmes and Zsasz as Dr. Watson. I can’t wait to see what comes next with this storyline!

  • 94

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Phillips once again combines humor and action in this captivating narrative. Harley’s full duality is presented as her mood shifts between jovial and vicious. Although she is charming and funny, this episode never lets the reader forgets that she is both powerful and deadly. This makes the surprising ending even more appealing. I am excited to find out Harley’s current situation will resolve itself.
    The Art: The illustration in this issue has a modern, realistic comic book styling. Although the color work is bold, has a dark tone that perfectly matches the mood of the story. I found the visuals thrilling and intense.

  • 90

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Harley Quinn #24 is a fascinating continuation of the “Who Killed Harley Quinn?” storyline, with Harley interrogating Mr. Zsasz in scenes that are gripping, alternating between comedy and horror. We get to see Harley struggle with her dark side and we get a stunning reveal of the mystery assassin. Another great Harley Quinn issue!

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    This is definitely a better story than the last few arcs, because it has more chaotic energy than the Verdict story and Harley works best in Gotham rather than space. The book has been good all the way through, but watching Phillips get to finally indulge Harley’s more vicious side this arc is great. (…) This is Harley, just with her morals and personality just a little skewed—but the ending takes a bizarre turn that indicates we’re nowhere near completely down the rabbit hole yet. This is a great series, and whoever takes over after Phillips will have a hard road to hoe. It’s been great to see Harley consistently develop over the last few runs.

  • 90

    But Why Tho?

    Harley Quinn #24 is excellent. It is not a lively book, with an interrogation taking the place of a lengthy fight. But the dialogue and character development are so powerful that it is just as intense as any battle. Harley is such a strong protagonist that she can be exhilarating no matter what she does.

  • 80

    Women Write About Comics - WWAC

  • 60

    Harley Quinn #24 is an interesting mix of exposition and sparing use of action.

  • 60

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Harley Quinn #24 unravels the big mystery behind Harley’s death in a low-energy, lackluster issue. The art is excellent, but the plot is paper-thin and wastes the potential set up in the previous issue.

  • 50

    The Batman Universe

    We are hurtling towards the end of the Phillips era on the book, and at times the plotting and dialogue reflect the rush. Still, Harley is the center of the storm, and it will be interesting to see how she grapples with her new formidable nemesis.

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