Review: Harley Quinn And Poison Ivy #6
Writer: Jody Houser
Artists: Adriana Melo and Mark Morales
Color Artist: Hi-Fi
Letterer: Gabriela Downie
Review by Fay Clark
Okay, so here we are. This is not a drill, the end of the awesome mini-series about our girls has arrived. Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy; we’ve seen you go through some serious stuff recently, but this is going to hurt. I’m both unbelievably excited to be able to see, finally, what’s going on but really sad that it’s all over.
Here we go… Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy #6.
Plot Twist for Pamela
Jumping back in, just seconds after we left off, writer Jody Houser has obviously decided not to pull any punches in this finale. In my previous reviews I’ve heaped a ton of praise on Houser’s writing, and once again she’s blown me out of the water. There wasn’t a break in the action in this issue, just one punch in the face after another. Of course, that will happen if you do insist on pitting two powerhouses against each other. The writing was great.
There were some fantastic, emotional conversations between Harley and Ivy, too. I think we need to have a chat with Houser about what led her to the decision to rip my heart out and show it to me, but other than that… great work.
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