HARLEY QUINN #1-52 (Palmiotti, Conner, Tieri, Humphries / collectif)


(Le Doc) #61

Harley Quinn #48

Being stuck on an alien planet for months has really messed with Harley’s finances—she’s gotta become a working stiff again just to pay off all the bills she racked up while on Apokolips! And not only is the city threatening to demolish her Coney Island apartment building if she doesn’t pay up, she’s helping failed Fury Petite Tina to adjust to life on Earth, which ain’t cheap. Sounds like it’s time for the ramen diet!

Written by: Sam Humphries
Art by: Alisson Borges, Gabe Eltaeb
Cover by: Guillem March
Variant cover by: Frank Cho

U.S. Price:
3.99
On Sale Date:
Aug 15 2018

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(Le Doc) #62

Harley Quinn #49

written by Sam Humphries
art by Alisson Borges
cover by GUILLEM MARCH
variant cover by FRANK CHO
Harley’s straight-up clowning around on her latest mission, and she’s faced with a real laugher of a puzzle: How does she kill and collect the bounty on Lord Death Man, an immortal murder machine who seemingly can’t be killed? Nevertheless, she will persist with a host of attempted assassinations, all doomed to fail. Time is running out, and Harley’s running out of material, too!
ON SALE 09.05.18
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | RATED T+

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(Le Doc) #63

Harley Quinn #50

STORY BY

Sam Humphries

ART BY

Agnes Garbowska, Babs Tarr, Brett Booth, Cam Smith, Dan Jurgens, Guillem March, John McCrea, John Timms, Jon Davis-Hunt, Kelley Jones, Mirka Andolfo, Norm Rapmund, Scott Kolins, Tom Grummett, and Whilce Portacio

COLORS BY

Alex Sinclair, Andrew Dalhouse, Gabe Eltaeb, John Kalisz, Michelle Madsen, and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

LETTERS BY

Dave Sharpe

COVER BY

Amanda Conner and Paul Mounts

PUBLISHER

DC Comics

In a special anniversary story, “Harley Saves the Universe!”-no kidding! While reading a mysterious Harley Quinn comic book, H.Q. accidentally breaks all of reality. And you know the saying: if you break it, you bought it! Now it’s up to Harley to travel through both time and space to fix all the continuity errors she created. Luckily, she’ll have a little help, ‘cuz riding shotgun is none other than special guest star Jonni DC, Continuity Cop! Good thing, too, because if Harley fails, it means her own mom will be lost forever. Gulp! That doesn’t sound very funny!

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(Le Doc) #64

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Harley Quinn #51

Harley broke most of DCU continuity last issue, and in this ish, she’s dealing with the fallout, namely the time-tossed hero of World War II called Captain Triumph! The golden boy of the Golden Age finds his black-and-white approach failing miserably in the gray areas of the modern world (although unfortunately, there are still plenty of fascists for him to punch). It’s up to Harley to return Captain Triumph to his own time, but she’ll have to put the kibosh on his do-gooding first—right after she figures out what “kibosh” means!

Written by: Sam Humphries
Art by: Sami Basri
Cover by: Julian Totino Tedesco
Variant cover by: Frank Cho

U.S. Price:
3.99
On Sale Date:
Oct 3 2018

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(Le Doc) #65

Harley Quinn #52

Trapped in a future he doesn’t understand, Captain Triumph can’t battle his way out of our modern world, as all his efforts lead to disaster. That causes him to butt heads and trade punches with his would-be protector, Harley Quinn. Can Harley talk her way out of this clash? And more importantly, where’s she getting a time machine so she can send Captain Triumph home?

Written by: Sam Humphries
Art by: Sami Basri, Alex Sinclair
Cover by: Guillem March
Variant cover by: Frank Cho

U.S. Price:
3.99
On Sale Date:
Oct 17 2018

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