Harley Quinn #12 Review

Stephanie Phillips – Writer
Riley Rossmo – Artist
Ivan Plascencia – Colour
Andworld Design – Letters

Full steam ahead as we’re put on edge this week, giving us the conclusion to the math madness. Harley manages to save Kevin from Keepsakes catastrophic plan; Kevin was tied to train tracks, leaving Harley in a predicament, having to choose Kevin or Gotham City, she succeeds in saving both by defusing the bomb.  

The run is doing a great job introducing new friendships and bonds between Harley and others. Some being familiar faces we all know and love, and plenty of new characters on the scene also. Personally, I adore the bond between Kevin and Harley; it’s the kind of energy I look for in a true friend. 

Stephanie Phillips is fantastic; she understands a perfect balance in Harley’s tempo. Her thoughts and actions are exactly what you would expect from a character of her mentality. There is so much progress happening and much more room for growth and exploration of the character. Riley Rossmo’s art really coincides with the story and tone. He uses Harley’s bows to emote her so often, it’s my favourite aspect of any art he does of her. Such a unique and distinguishable style I adore anything he’s a part of. It’s playful and perfect for our favourite jester!

When you thought we were just getting settled; a new character is thrown into the mix. “The Verdict”. Now I don’t know about you but I thought Keepsake was a super cool villain and as bad as they come, but this new girl seems to be more trouble than most and I simply cannot wait to watch the chaos unfold!! 

-Violet ❤ 

Suicide Squad: Blaze Review

Simon Spurrier  – Writer 
Jordie Bellaire – Colourist 
Aaron Campbell  – Artist
Aditya Bidikar – Letterer 

DC Black Label’s Suicide Squad: Blaze is here and it is explosively violent, gory, sickeningly endearing, and as equally as humorous. A real cannibalistic, Tokyo Ghoul-type villain is literally ripping people to shreds for a yummy treat. It’s up to senior members of the Suicide Squad to mentor rookies in the field. The rookies? They are given superpowers! Cool right? Well not exactly, you see, the rookies die within a couple of months of receiving said powers.

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DC x Mad Love Collection from Makeup Revolution

If you remember our previous post about the DC x Makeup Revolution release, then you may be excited for the next – the Mad alone collection, coming just in time for Valentine’s Day.

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