Tag: Harleen

Pullbox Reviews: Harleen, Or One Woman’s Descent Into Madness…

…the reader witnesses the gradual descent of the character—and sudden birth of Harley Quinn—from her mind’s perspective, as issues in the (DC) world around interact with the young doctor’s experience at Arkham Asylum. The psychology Sejic presents is fascinating, and horridly logical. The birth of Harley Quinn is less a tragic happenstance or star-crossed love story than a cold, malignant evolution. And “Jay” and Harleen’s relationship? Much less a fun Natural Born Killers-esque love story and much more an exploration of psychological abuse and control. (13/13)

Pullbox Reviews: Harleen #1- The Psychological Deconstruction of a Pop Culture Icon

Harleen #1 DC Black Label Story & Art by Stjepan Šejić Letters by Gabriela Downie Harley Quinn created by Paul Dini & Bruce Timm 64 pages Available now! Dr. Harleen Quinzel has discovered a revolutionary cure for the madness of Gotham City-she just needs to prove it actually works. But with the criminal justice and […]

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