I'm not sure exactly why most of this issue happens, but it sure is cool.
In the wake of Grayson, Batwoman is the new Bat-related international adventures book.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
LotDK Dr. Quinn's Diagnosis Review
Today saw the release of Legends of the Dark Knight #50, written by Jim Zub and illustrated by Neil Googe, concluding their "Dr. Quinn's Diagnosis" story. Last week I wrote a bit about the first chapter, and now I'll finish up my thoughts, with a little summary of this chapter and a review of the story itself.
See, the real plan was for Harley just to distract Batman, while Joker pulled off his biggest stunt yet, and Harley is happy because she proved herself that she could do right by the Joker, but Batman doesn't seem bothered by it at all, placing her in cuffs, and bringing her outside to the police. Turns out, Batman caught the Joker a couple of hours ago, and was just cleaning it up. Instead of Harley tricking him, he tricked her into admitting that she willing helped the Joker instead of being forced to. So much for her being "free."
I can't recommend these two chapters enough, especially if you're a fan of the old series. They're only a grand total of $2, so don't be cheap and go buy them! If you want to wait.... they'll be collected sometime next year, in issue #16 or 17, if I had to guess... so you know what, you might just want to jump on the digital trainnow.