Single and Ready to Kick Some Ass: Harley Quinn #26
No one likes ending a relationship. For Harley Quinn, she had to end two at the same time: her blossoming relationship with Mason and her previous relationship with Mason’s neighbor at Arkham, the Joker. The strings have been cut, and Harley is finally free of the Joker. (Something tells me he’s not going to let go so easily, though)
Now that Harley has returned home to New York, she surrounds herself with her friends as life gets back to normal. Queenie, however, thinks that the best way to start fresh is with a new look. When Harley awakens from her nap, she has a brand-new hairdo. If the style looks a little familiar, it’s because we’ve seen this Harley hair on Suicide Squad’s Harley Quinn. Gone is the vibrant black and red in favor of Margot Robbie’s blonde hair with red and blue accents. “It’s so…cinematic,” Harley breathes in delight. Queenie also presents her with a custom made body armor jacket that features a defeated Joker behind bars with “Owned” written across the top. It’s perfect.
Meanwhile, despite her best efforts, the mayor has been cleared of all charges. Add to that a mysterious nemesis, and it’s another day at the office for our girl.
The Fall TV Premiere season is underway. The networks are vying for your eyes. They want your viewership. Nowadays, a new show can face peril after one bad night.
That said, what are you watching?
I’m hooked on Gotham already. It’s gritty and dark. It’s a police procedural set in a fictitious world where we know the main characters…or better yet, we know who the main characters will become. There are Easter Eggs and double entendres aplenty if you pay close attention. Technology exists, and yet the cars are from the 70s and 80s, though they look very new. It’s an exciting concept, and I’m eager to see how it plays out.