Having played out every trick on the fine citizens of Gotham City, Harley Quinnthe Joker's former girlfrienddecides that another city deserves her attention. After all, why menace one city when you can menace two? Especially if the second has a Man of Steel guarding it.
Harley hightails it to Metropolis, with allies Poison Ivy and Bizarro in tow. Writer Karl Kesel and artist Terry Dodson continue their now classic run on this beloved title in HARLEY QUINN: WELCOME TO METROPOLIS, collecting issues #14-25.
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About the Author
Karl Kesel is one of the most successful artists to come out of DC's New Talent program, and also counts Jack Kirby as a major influence on his work while having a fondness for Kirby's quirky character creations. Kesel built a solid reputation as a respected inker on such titles as SUPERMAN and SUICIDE SQUAD in addition to his efforts as a writer on HARLEY QUINN, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN and SUPERBOY.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A tale of two halves. This collection, which is quite large, has a really good first half which involves Harley and Ivy taking on Metropolis and a second half that featured the afterlife and Martian Manhunter for no reason. I really struggled to enjoy the second half. It seemed like it was written by a completely different author. The humor really ran out of steam. The art was decent to really good. Overall, the collection was too large an inconsistent but worth a read.
The Harley series comes to a close with Harley and Ivy up to mischief in Metropolis. The best part of which is Harley (in disguise) interacting with Jimmy Olsen. Sadly that doesn't last very long as the abrupt end to her time in Metropolis leads to a very weird second half of the book.