Comic Review: Harley Quinn #21 ( DC Comics)

We finally find out more about Red Tool this issue and it’s definitely not what I was expecting! We start with Harley Sin and her ongoing vendetta but will she […]

We finally find out more about Red Tool this issue and it’s definitely not what I was expecting!

We start with Harley Sin and her ongoing vendetta but will she have a change of heart after Mason Macabre offers a fresh perspective on her situation? We will find out once her story properly comes to the fore

Harley Quinn is still being bothered by future girl Devani who attacks her on the roof only for them both to be knocked out in the struggle, they both wake up tied to a chair separated by soundproof booths with a mysterious voice talking to them. Harley is merely a spectator as the voice unravels Devanis plan and tries to convince her that it’s not the way to go and that she could simply enjoy her year before heading back and educating the future on what really happened.

Red Tool gets close to Devani and reveals to her his past and how he got involved with Harley and helps to set her up with somewhere to stay as she decides what to do for the year she gets to spend in the past while Harley wakes up in a freshly cleaned apartment just in time for her parents to visit!

The Joker/Harley story moves on with Harley having to cope with looking after the Joker and his whole gang while they hide out in a crummy little flat and she runs around dealing with all the day to day chores like clearing out the old gang and laundering Jokers suits where they won’t ask questions. It’s on one of these chores that she decides to enter the property market to find a new hideout and enters in the most Harley Quinn way possible, things are looking up for the Quinnster and her pudding.

About Martin Cameron

A 34 year old manchild from Scotland, bravely fighting the on going war between a love of comics and space to keep them. Boxes are filling and thanks to the digital age we live in so is the harddrive! I love finding a new comic to obsess over and rediscovering old comics to immerse myself in from the very first issue. A healthy mix of the seven dwarves of geekdom all wrapped up in one kilted bundle of amusement