Harley and Ivy’s relationship has been stress-tested in nearly every way over the course of this series, and now, as their adventure comes to a close, we are left with one question: Is their love strong enough to withstand these trials and tribulations? Check out this fanshmabulous finale to find out!
Dark Knight NewsRead this series. Do yourself a favor and give into the whimsy and the chaotic good that is Harley Quinn: The Animated Series – Legion of Bats #6. There are so many setups that I know we will see conclusions for but as a six part series with THAT good of a final bow. Read this book.
The Comicbook DispatchHarley Quinn: The Animated Series – Legion of Bats! #6 is a good finale to the miniseries that perfectly sets up the next season of the animated series. We get some great scenes between Harley and Ivy and this Earth’s version of Vixen, Wonder Woman, Nightfall and Livewire are complex and interesting. Recommended.
Geek DadAfter five issues of dancing around each other, Harley and Ivy’s lies have been exposed—with Ivy’s supervillain plot with her ex, and Harley’s working with the Bats causing no small amount of conflict. And that’s really all this episode is—Harley and Ivy trying to work things out, while just about everyone around them snarks and bickers. It was satisfying watching Black Mask—the most repulsive character in a show full of jerks and villains—finally get his, but other plots like the rushed kid romance between Damian and a young Cassandra Cain fall flat. Overall, the dialogue in much of the issue is a little too busy, but the final pages which have the two leads finally talk things out are the strongest of the run. It does a good job of capturing the feel of the series, even if it’s always a bit of an acquired taste.
Batman-NewsHarley Quinn: The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #6 is a disappointing ending that fails to deliver on any of the promises which it's built up over the course of the run. Every plotline outside of Harley and Ivy's relationship drama is completely forgotten about, and the drama itself doesn't feel satisfying either. At its best it's a retread of stories better executed by the show, and at its worst it's a disposable tie-in that doesn't even give the effort to care about what it's telling.