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Harley Quinn #36

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.

BEEP BORP. HARLEYTRON-666 REPORTING FOR DOODIE. Jus’ kiddin’, kittens! It’s me, ya gorl, Harleen Eucalyptus Tree Quinzel, alive and kicking. Speaking of kicking, I’m fighting for my life over here against Brother Eye and his dang O.M.A.C.s! Maybe you could help a gal out and lend some muscle of your own? How about it? Oh yeah, also my estranged siblings Alexis Quasarano and Steve Beach are getting out their buttslayer greatswords and axes to tell the ab-rippling tale of HARLEY THE BARBARIAN.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
34 pages
Amazon ASIN

4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 85

    Geek Dad

    I’m not as sold on the larger plot involving Brother Eye, who has a surprising agenda for Harley, but the issue as a whole has some great moments.

  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    Harley Quinn #36 has so many wonderful things about it; the artwork, the dream story, and the emotional ka-pow. I look forward to discovering what’s next for our troupe. It’s been a pleasure seeing the entire creative team showcasing their best work.

  • 54

    The Batman Universe

    We are back in Gotham, but the narrative is bloated and breathless.

  • 50

    Overall, as Howard’s Harley Quinn run continues, Harley Quinn #36 is better than one might expect. It leans into the core relationships that make Harley a more human and well-rounded character and pulls her back from caricature just a bit. But it still feels like it doesn’t really know where it’s going. There’s still too much reliance on the idea of Harley defined by being wild and crazy for this story to work.

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