Harley Quinn #73

by Alan Rapp on June 17, 2020

in Comics

Harley Quinn #73 comic reviewHarley and Booster sitting in a tree… Sure there’s plenty of other stuff happening in this issue, including Harley Quinn pushed through an emotional meat grinder, but the stand-out panel for me was the comic continuing down the road of possibly of seeing Goldie Quinn become a thing with the hero from the future turning down a quick roll in the hay with an emotionally vulnerable Harley and admitting to deeper feelings for the Joker’s ex.

Continuing the current storyline, Harley’s search into who murdered her friend, and fellow wrestler, Alicia takes some disturbing turns as Harley finds a suicide note from her friend that only brings more pain to the daughter Alicia left behind.

Defeated, and confused by Booster Gold, Harley returns to the ring to make an important discovery that gives a name to the person really behind Alicia’s death and foreshadows a throwdown between Harley Quinn and Granny Goodness. My money’s on the clown.

[DC, $3.99]

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