Wednesday, April 1, 2015

SPOILERS: Harley Quinn #16

Harley knows what all you ladies are doing by yourself in those apparently poor representation of BDSM relationship movies, Harley knows.

The Spoilers:

Harley and Ivy have a girls night out at the movies and then get dinner to discuss the gang of assistants idea Harley has, which Ivy still thinks is terrible, but this book depends on terrible decisions being made, so spoilers: It's gonna happen.

It's gonna happen so hard that Harley even buys a shitty rundown apartment building to house all her soon to be hired doppelgängers. Then come the interviews, where we get a wide variety of people, ranging from spoiled rich girls who are just there to tell their dad they went on an interview all the way down to complete psychos. There's even a blind girl in a wheel chair with a blind German Sheppard, she's pretty rad. Harley likes them all, but there's only one way to figure out who gets the job: Turn the lights off and hire whoever is left standing when they come back on... Also, no one touches Harley's beaver when the lights are off. INNUENDO.

So, that battle royal happens after a page of the letterer complaining about all the constant changes Amanda and Jimmy give him, so Harley's got her gang. Now she just has to finish the renovations, move everyone in, and get them in their costumes. And there we have it, a gang of Harley look-a-likes who want to beat some ass. What could go wrong?


The Opinion:

I know I said I would like to see this book start to play with some more familiar faces in the future, but I've got to admit that this concept is too ridiculous for me to not be totally behind. I know Harley having her own gang is nothing new, but c'mon... if they're just spreading more mayhem in the vein of this book's usual mayhem, then it's safe to say we're in for some god damn entertainment. Outside of that, we've still got our usual Harley elements, Ivy's there for some fun, there's some masturbation jokes here and there, so-on-and-so-on... You know, real standard Harley stuff we all know and love. This is going to be one of those books that I'm really going to miss during the break. It's just too much fun.

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