Skate and/or Die in ‘Harley Quinn’ #10!

Highfather knows we love us some Harley Quinn round the Man Cave — she’s the Joker if instead of being a total creep he were a fun-loving, surprisingly sensitive gal. There’s nothing worse than a comedian who can’t be convinced he isn’t funny. That’s the Joker. But Harleen Quinzel? Her kills are downright hilarious, and she projects a way better stage persona than her ex-boyfriend.

Ah, Harley. You’re messed up, but only in a way that makes us love you all the more for it. Let’s see what the dashing doctor is up to now that she has settled into Coney Island (which is only fitting, since she already had the Brooklyn accent).

And hey, when you’re done with that, you’re going to want to read our interview with Harley’s superstar writer tag-team.


This…this is how we want to die.


There’s a certain extra pride in getting hit on by the bartender. Also, we would absolutely drink at a place called Vladimir Tootin’s.


So nobody else on the team has a problem with the fact that the rookie used to help a serial killer terrorize an entire city? No? Just us? Man, derby dames are tough cookies.


That 2-point perspective makes for the most dramatic air-conditioning system we’ve ever seen.


That lady in the back of panel 1 plainly wandered in here by accident while running some errands.


Here’s why this book is great: on a page full of dirty fightin’ it’s still no match for lines like “Ooooohhh! I want a spear gun!


Whaaaat? TWO Amanda Conner covers? Such a blessing is thought to be impossible!

Yeah, you’re gonna be after picking up Harley Quinn #10 now. Man, how are you even going to choose between an Amanda Conner direct sales cover and an Amanda Conner variant? You’ll have to get both, that’s the only answer.

Brendan McGinley is editor round these parts when not writing comics or Cracked columns. You can say a neighborly hello to him on Twitter @BrendanMcGinley. You’d probably enjoy his supervillain comic Heist, if you’re a fan of tarnished souls and brutal retribution. 

Down we go.

Crime pays.

Brendan got the skinny on the new Star Wars comics this week when he interviewed Star Wars Editor Jordan D. White.

We see you have constructed a new line of comics.

We see you have constructed a new line of comics.

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