Stack Rundown, 12/4/2016

Here's an image of Batman looking at a dog. There you go.

Stack Rundown, 11/27/2016

2016 takes something else from us, and this time it's Chew.

SPOILERS: Detective Comics #945

The gift of Clayface, TAKE IT IN MAAAAAAAAAAN. (reference!)

SPOILERS: Batgirl #5

I could make a joke about memory and my feelings towards this arc, but that would be rude.

Batman Group February 2017 Solicitations

Batwoman returns to the world of having her own solo in February.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

SPOILERS: Harley Quinn #21

Harley's adventures in LA come to an end... OR DO THEY!? I'm honestly not really sure.

The Spoilers:

As we left off, Deadshot has shot Harley's cowboy friend, and now is shooting at Harley. They run wild through the seedy motel and eventually come across a family about to get killed, but Floyd shoots the would be killers, and pauses his fight with Harley to find that they're wanted criminals with larger bounties, and the cowboy guy was one too, so he doesn't care about Harley anymore. Harley still punches him some.

Anyways, Harley's target gets away, she goes to the sleazy in debt movie producer who staged the robbery last issue, they track the girl down to the gym the dealers she scores from own. Some stuff happens, guys looking for money from the producer get killed, the dealers give up the girl to Harley because they're business women and the girl is nuts.

So Harley gets the girl's mother out there, gives some psychological advice to both and walks away with her money, which she uses as a loan (with interest) to the producer who helped out. Some jokes about the Suicide Squad trailer later and Harley's on her way back to the east when she meets Floyd in the airport bar. She gets him drunk, steals his money and makes it seem like she's buying a place out West.

...please be next to the DC offices, I'd read that book.


The Opinion:

Harley is what it is. It's a fun book, but nothing kind of matters because insanity rules above all else. In fact, I'm thinking about stopping my coverage for this one, because it just takes up time with little reason to do so. There's no real point in criticizing the book, I've got the same thing to say about it every month ("It's fun and crazy, but the Brooklyn specific characters are getting old" and repeat). And it's not like there's some detailed plot that needs to be kept track of. I don't know. I like the book, but it just seems like a waste to cover it like this.

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