Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Injustice: Ground Zero #5 - A Review

Harley Quinn was finally finding some degree of contentment (not peace because... well, this IS Harley Quinn we're talking about!) as an honest to goodness superhero. Unfortunately, her ex is back. Or at least a reasonable facsimile of "good ol' Mistah Jay"is in Gotham and Harley isn't sure just how to feel...

Pop Mah's artwork is a little uneven this time around. The individual splash pages look fantastic but some of the panels in the action sequences appear to be a little rough. Thankfully, even the rough patches look merely good rather than great.

What really makes this issue shine is the story. Chris Sabela does a fantastic job getting into Harley Quinn's head and portraying her central conflict - the heart and the mind at war between what feels right and what you know logically is wrong. This dichotomy is what has endeared Harley to many readers and these fans will truly love this issue.

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