Gotham City Sirens #18

    Gotham City Sirens » Gotham City Sirens #18 - Yrotsih released by DC Comics on February 1, 2011.

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    How far will Zatanna go for the people she loves? How far will Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn go for Catwoman when they find out that she's been lying to them? And how long can Talia al Ghul hold off an enraged Ivy? Find out here!

    Zatanna debates with the gosh of her father (Zatara) on the morality of wiping Catwoman's memories to protect Batman's secret identity. All the while Talia al Ghul is pulling the strings. Meanwhile Harley and Ivy battle each other before they agree to help their friend Catwoman from both Zatanna and Talia.



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    I wrote it 0

    So, here I am, reviewing a comic I wrote.  Don't worry, I have no intention of giving myself five stars  - in fact, I'm pretty certain I could NEVER give myself five stars.  As a writer friend of mine said about his own work (and something that I agree with whole heartedly): the only perfect thing I've ever written is what I haven't written yet.  In other words, it seems perfect in my brain before I put it down, and then something gets lost in translation.    I hope this doesn't seem self-absorb...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    You know Zee, you have your own series. 0

    Synopsis: Zatanna makes a choice when it comes to wiping out Selina's mind What's good? Actually, I'm not sure if Zatanna stealing the show from the Gotham City Sirens is a good thing. While her presence in this issue is important, you can't forget about Ivy and Harley, as Harley convinces Ivy to help save Selina.  In some ways, I do like Talia's real reason for wanting Selina to have her memory erased. What's bad? Once again, Selina is playing the damsel in distress for the second time in a ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Annataz Ot Degnoleb Eussi Siht 0

    The Good: Guillem March's cover is stunning.Although I have other things to say about the change in artists, I rather enjoyed Jeremy Haun's artwork as I usually do. Some of his faces are kind of funky, but many of them display some quite good emotions. And I think he really made those scenes with the flow of memories. Zatanna's conversation at the beginning was a good way to explore her emotions, and overall it was a very good scene. Harley playing the mediator seems apt. She WAS a psychiatrist ...

    5 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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