Book Review: Harley Quinn Vol. 4: A Call to Arms

The usual goofy antics! (4 stars)

Don't ask me why but I have been struggling to review this one. It was a totally fun romp but there wasn't anything about it that really stood out and made me want to rave about it. It's Harley and her hijinks, a fun read, and I'm enjoying this current continuity fairly well so I'm gonna keep reading it.

Notes: Review copy received via NetGalley.

Harley Quinn Vol. 4: A Call to Arms
by Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti
Villains, Comics, Graphic Novels
Digital/Print (# pages, DC COMICS)
Harley continues carving out her own path, with the help of guest stars Poison Ivy and Catwoman!
Harley Quinn is on a mission to make the world a better place—and get paid for it at the same time! Quinn and her Gang of Harleys are taking on do-gooding missions for a price, but sometimes that means they’re biting off more than even a gang of semi-sane butt-kickers can chew. So when a simple search and rescue mission turns into a battle royale against an invulnerable alien-empowered sea captain—that means it’s time for a vacation!
But no trip to Hollywood could ever be simple for Harley Quinn—she’s got a job to do, too. As she navigates a twisted web of movie producers, starlets, kidnappings and cults, Harley discovers that the bounty hunting business can be even more dangerous than being a hero-for-profit—especially when you’re trying to poach a bounty from Deadshot!
This collection includes HARLEY QUINN #17-21 and HARLEY QUINN ROAD TRIP SPECIAL #1, from co-writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti (STARFIRE) and artists including Chad Hardin (SUPERGIRL) and John Timms (Nova).

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