Harley Quinn and The Birds of Prey: Review

Doesn’t it become very awkward when an old friend of yours comes back into your life after a long gap? It actually takes a lot of time to recreate that same bond that you guys once had. But with “Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey” #1 exactly the opposite of this happens. Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner appear to your residence by hacksawing through the front door along with a six-pack and a pizza in hand. The creative team from the character redefining run of Harley Quinn picks up right where everything left off. 

As it publishes the books under DC’s black label, it allows the team to push its limits with a mature rating. Well, Harley’s New 52 and Rebirth runs had many blocks previously which were almost like an R-rated film. This first issue can sometimes make you feel like you are experiencing it in 4K. As there is no holding back to the violence or dirty humor, it sits with the character very well. 

Harley is in the new stage of her along with her friends and a sense of identity at the end of their run. So, with this new story from Palmiotti and Conner, Harley gets to face some completely new problems regarding money and also drama with her best friend, Poison Ivy.

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Just in case you do not have that much knowledge about the cast of this Coney Island characters, then there are chances that you will feel left out here. Well, the book helps you a bit by providing you some context in defining the characters and making it not-so-important to the plot. All you’ll get is that it is her own team and she is trying to help them. The titular Birds mentioned, appears at the very end of this issue.

As the creative crew was permitted to turn the parental control off, it really worked out well for the team. One who doesn’t know the taste of their comic may feel a bit jarring. Moving on to the tone and rating of the brand new movie, all the readers should be aware of the fact that they are going to discover more adult facts than normal. You may feel very happy and laugh reading the entire issue in case you are a big Harley Quinn fan.