Exploding from the blockbuster DC Universe Rebirth event from the best-selling creative team of Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and John Timms comes HARLEY QUINN VOL. 2: JOKER LOVES HARLEY. It ain’t easy being the world’s most psychotic psychiatrist, but hey, Harley Quinn just might pull it off. With her tight-knit Coney Island crew and her gal-pal Poison Ivy by her side, things are looking up for the mistress of mirth and mayhem. From nudist colonies to roller-derby rinks, she’s livin’ the good life. But the joke’s on her. That’s right, folks: the Clown Prince of Crime has come crawling (and killing!) back into Harley’s life. This time around, the Joker’s promising to show her a kinder, gentler side of himself-the stuff that made her fall for him in the first place, back when she was his shrink and he was her most dangerous patient. Can Harley trust her ex? (Please!) Will she ditch it all to join him in his war on sanity? (Again!) One thing’s for sure: if the Joker betrays her again, this time puddin’ will go SPLAT! Comics’ craziest couple reunites (or do they?) in HARLEY QUINN VOL. 2: JOKER LOVES HARLEY! Collects stories from HARLEY QUINN #8-13.
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About the Author
Amanda Conner started out in comics after working as an illustrator for New York ad agencies. However, loving comic books and cartooning the most, Amanda found work at Archie, Marvel and Claypool Comics early in her career. She's probably best known for her work on VAMPIRELLA for Harris Comics, as well as PAINKILLER JANE, HARLEY QUINN, BEFORE WATCHMEN: SILK SPECTRE, CODENAME KNOCKOUT, BIRDS OF PREY, and the creator-owned books GATECRASHER and THE PRO (with Jimmy Palmiotti and Garth Ennis).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Harley Quinn Vol. 2: Joker Loves Harley (Rebirth) based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Another good volume.
This was my first time reading a DC comic book. Like many, I loved Harley Quinn in the Suicide Squad movie, so I was naturally curious about her in the DC universe. I was a bit worried I’d be totally lost, but between what I had previously searched online and the story itself, I had no problems following along. I look forward to reading more comics with Harley Quinn. **I voluntarily read and reviewed this book