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Harley Quinn #3 Comic Review

Harley Quinn #3 Comic Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Caution: Dangerous Curves Ahead! And I do mean dangerous. Up until now I had honestly never wondered what super villains do on their days off...

Author: DC Comics

Caution: Dangerous Curves Ahead! And I do mean dangerous. Up until now I had honestly never wondered what super villains do on their days off, but Harley Quinn, once again, breaks new ground with a girls night out to end all girls nights.


The Bottom Line

Considering all the personalities thrown into the mix though I'm truly surprised there wasn't more mayhem. Catwoman just wasn't very catty and Ivy produced all the poison of a potted palm. The saving grace of HQ #3 is that after spending an evening with these fatal femmes, our little Harley is all but ready to strike out on her own. No more second banana stuff for her. Next time this elite club of well-endowed, bad intentioned women gets together, I hope they bare more soul than cleavage! To mirth, mischief and the Harley Quinn way!


Harley Quinn #3 Rating:3


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