Old Lady Harley
After liberating New York City from her now-feral Gang of Harleys, poor Harley wants nothing more than to slip back into retirement in her coastal (and heavily guarded) paradise. But the Laughing Boys Gang has another idea--they'll follow her to the ends of the Earth, to drag her back to their leader!If you think that's a big problem, just wait. The Joker couldn't possibly still be alive, could he? After all ... Harley killed him with her bare hands! Should she turn to President Power Girl for help? Or flee to the 51st state, Atlantis? Step into an insane vision of a future DC Universe we all better hope we don't live to see!In this dystopian-future tale, Harley's quest to find out how The Joker could possibly still be alive has taken her back to their old stomping grounds, but Gotham City is very different nowadays! Nobody's allowed on the streets without the Batman's permission--but who is this Batman, anyway? Harley's only choice is to return to Arkham...the Arkham Home for Criminally Insane Retirees, that is! Fancy a round of bingo with the Riddler? Or some pool aerobics with Killer Croc? Collects Harley Quinn #42 (Rebirth Series) and Old Lady Harley #1-5

Old Lady Harley Details

TitleOld Lady Harley
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 2nd, 2019
PublisherDC Comics
ISBN-139781401292164
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Dc Comics

Old Lady Harley Review

  • Chad
    January 1, 1970
    This was actually a lot of fun. A spoof of Old Man Logan mixed in with some Mad Max. Tieri is wittier than I remember. This was almost like a Mad Magazine spoof.
  • Paul Griggs
    January 1, 1970
    Spoofing what started with Old Man Logan, a future Harley has to face up to her past in a truly bizarre take on the Dc world. Good fun!
  • Tina Speece
    January 1, 1970
    Interesting concept, the intermission/commercial segments were moderately humourous (think THEY LIVE); not the worst read to read
  • Mik Cervera
    January 1, 1970
    Good combination of making Harley sympathetic and fun without making her too obnoxious. Nice twists on familiar characters.
  • Shawn Manning
    January 1, 1970
    I found it quite fitting that I read this shortly after hearing about the demise of Mad Magazine. The regular Harley series is pretty damned wacky, but this thing? This thing? If it ain't the bastard son (or daughter as the case may be) of Alfred E. Neuman, I don't know what is. The book is basically a take off of Old Man Logan, and boy does it take off!There are more sight gags in one panel then most books have in an entire run. The script is snappy and the story hurtles like a runaway train. H I found it quite fitting that I read this shortly after hearing about the demise of Mad Magazine. The regular Harley series is pretty damned wacky, but this thing? This thing? If it ain't the bastard son (or daughter as the case may be) of Alfred E. Neuman, I don't know what is. The book is basically a take off of Old Man Logan, and boy does it take off!There are more sight gags in one panel then most books have in an entire run. The script is snappy and the story hurtles like a runaway train. However, it probably helps if you have read the regular series; which you should, anyway.My only regret is that I have to wait for the next volume.
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