The Hunt for Red Octogenarianz last edited by doughnut42 on 11/24/20 01:06PM View full history

Sure, Harley has made some enemies along the way. So what happens when a bunch of them show up to kill her dead? She kills them right back, of course! You’ve been warned: This issue contains violence.

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A Harley Quinn and Sy-Borg adventure, yay? 0

Writers, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, join Harley Quinn and Sy-Borg in the Hunt for Red Octogenarians! With artwork by Chad Hardin.The GoodHarley and Sy about to cross off one of Sy's old enemies!In this issue, Harley Quinn teams up with Sy-Borg; a man that needs to put his old enemies out of commission. Knowing that he's old and can't do it alone, Sy-Borg enlists Harley Quinn to help him in exchange for information on the current bounty that's on her head.It sounds really exciting, but re...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Nice Change of Pace 0

I think that a more actiony (Is that a word?) issue is nice for a change, but yet keeping to the zany antics of past Harley Quinn issues. I have liked all issues to date, but this is near the top of my personal list of Harley Quinn issues. Granted there aren't a lot to begin with but still you get my gist. I think that Jimmy Palmiotti has done great with the stories, Amanda Conner has killed it with the covers, and I particularly like Harley drawn by Chad Hardin for some reason....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Nice Change of Pace 0

I think that a more actiony (Is that a word?) issue is nice for a change, but yet keeping to the zany antics of past Harley Quinn issues. I have liked all issues to date, but this is near the top of my personal list of Harley Quinn issues. Granted there aren't a lot to begin with but still you get my gist. I think that Jimmy Palmiotti has done great with the stories, Amanda Conner has killed it with the covers, and I particularly like Harley drawn by Chad Hardin for some reason....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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