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Harley Quinn: Black + White + Redder #4 (of 6)

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Eisner nominee Zoe Thorogood has Harley recruit seven girls who compete to be her sidekick, but their attempts to be like Harley give her a bit of an identity crisis!

Kyle Starks (Peacemaker Tries Hard!) and Chris Schweizer reacquaint Harley with an old college friend who needs her help to get back at their mutual bully!

And Sean Lewis (King Spawn) and Hayden Sherman (DC Pride 2023) take Harley into the future, where an alien invasion might destroy the Earth, but more importantly, interrupt her favorite show!

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
45 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CJ5XRD9B

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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    ComicBook.com

    Harley Quinn: Black + White + Redder # 4 is just so good. This whole little series has been with each issue containing stories that take on different aspects and approaches to Harley and this time we get a Harley that we’ve never really seen before, one dealing with anxiety and self in Zoe Thorogood’s “Harley Quinn and the Seven Sidekicks” then we get a vengeful and fun version in the second story, “A Voice Traveling” that feels a lot like the live action Harley we’ve seen most recently in The Suicide Squad. But it’s the last story, “Golden Years” that actually gives us a great Old Lady Harley story, rounding out what might be the best issue of this little series to date.

  • 100

    Dark Knight News

    Harley Quinn: Black, White, and Redder #4 is utterly amazing. Zoe Thorogood gives us the most exquisite art, the “Who Are You?” page is such a testament to her skill. Kyle Starks and Chris Schweizer give us a reason why it is better to be kind. Sean Lewis, Hayden Sherman, and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou give us laughs galore in a brilliantly crafted story.

    Yes. This issue is just plain genius.

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    Overall, another three excellent stories by teams I hope to see more of at DC.

  • 70

    Razorfine

    The comic your average anthology issue, but given the exceptional level of stories in the previous few issues, the series feels like its returning to the mean.

  • 45

    Batman-News

    As you can tell, I’m not at all crazy about this book. DC just needs to stop publishing Harley Quinn titles for a while. Just keep her as a supporting character in other books if they can’t present anything better for her. Elseworlds tales used to be the only place you could still find any good writing for Harley Quinn, but now this series has gone downhill, too. DC has had plenty of big characters that they’ve been able to retire from solo content for a time: Green Lantern, Catwoman, Robin, Green Arrow, etc. It’s time for them to do the same with Harley Quinn.

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