Review: Harley Quinn #7

[Editor’s note: This review may contain spoilers.]

Writer: Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti
Artist: John Timms

Our favourite, freshly buzzed, freaky songstress finds herself in a frightening frenzied fetish club in this issue — and not in the fun way! Quinn’s deal with the senator is starting to become quite the task as she ventures deeper and deeper into this club to take down the murderers of Harley’s favourite mailman. Amidst her work she is also getting closer to taking back the heart that was stolen from her.


On the other side of town, Red Tool, Eggsy, and Tony find themselves enjoying a little B&E. No, not bacon and eggs (Would Eggsy be offended if they were?), breaking and entering! They’ve tracked down the armored bandits warehouse and make their way in for evidence but instead find themselves in big trouble.


The issue is a lot of fun, the conclusion to this story is satisfying and suits the characters and their weird ways of working. As with the last few issues, the creative team has hit their stride and truly figured out their portrayal of Harley Quinn. She is a great character to read, and though my high school English teachers would be furious to know the amount of alliteration coming, they too would enjoy this book.


I honestly have nothing bad to say, and I am highly impressed with the way Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti portrayed a fetish club. It wasn’t overdone and without tact. In fact there is a great scene where Harley gives a transvestite some tips on his lipstick which really demonstrate the open-mindedness and fun that this creative team will give us.

I serious enjoyed this issue and I know that readers, any readers, will enjoy the wacky world of Harley Quinn #7.


Konrad Secord-Reitz

Konrad (@WednesdayNR) is a comic book fan for all genres. Staring with superheroes and moving toward more non-traditional characters and stories he reads everything and anything that draws his attention and is written well. Growing up Konrad watched Batman:TAS and all the other WB cartoons. That childhood love of Batman spread into gaming and comics. In 2011, with the New 52, Konrad picked up his first comic and started collecting, not stopped since. Konrad loves to review comics and interview your favorite artists and writers! For more of his content be sure to follow him on social media and check out his website