HARLEY QUINN #36 CVR B JENNY FRISON CARD STOCK VAR

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Writer:
Tini Howard, Alexis Quasarano
Artist:
Sweeney Boo, Steve Beach
Cover Artist:
Jenny Frison
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LAST DAY TO ORDER:
12/17/2023
IN STORE DATE:
1/23/2024
Number of Pages:
40

Beep Borp. Harleytron-666 Reporting For Doodie. Jus' Kiddin', Kittens! It's Me, Ya Gorl, Harleen Eucalyptus Tree Quinzel, Alive And Kicking. Speaking Of Kicking, I'm Fighting For My Life Over Here Against Brother Eye And His Dang O.M.A.C.S! Maybe You Could Help A Gal Out And Lend Some Muscle Of Your Own? How About It? Oh Yeah, Also My Estranged Siblings Alexis Quasarano And Steve Beach Are Getting Out Their Buttslayer Greatswords And Axes To Tell The Ab-Rippling Tale Of Harley The Barbarian.

T - Teen

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Steven Currie
5 stars for the cover, not the contents.

I wrote a review for the book itself, so I won't rehash that here. I will say that I LOVE me some Jenny Frison though! First of all, she comes up with some beautiful compositions that capture her characters personalities. For example, on this cover, you've got fun-loving, sexy Harley with her heart shaped sun glasses and lollipop, but the expression on her face is 100% "F*@! around, and find out."
I also love the fact that Frison hasn't done the Harley jester costume that many people end up portraying her in during this cover run. Don't get me wrong, I'll always have a soft spot for OG Harls, and I have LOTS of that version of the character in my collection. That costume ties her back to the Joker though. Harley with the Joker was more of a tragic character, trapped in a manipulative and abusive relationship. That is not the version of the character people should be celebrating. She has been a much more interesting character since splitting with him though, so I hate when people romanticize that version of her.
Artistically, I find Jenny Frison's style very interesting. She starts out drawing some very tight outlines on paper. On a second sheet, she then does a majority of her shading in black and white, which gives some parts of the cover very "traditional" pencil on paper types of textures. Finally she combines everything in photoshop, and adds color and some digital textures and effects. It makes for a very distinctive style (you know a Frison cover when you see one), that no one really emulates for some reason. I'm not complaining about that, just surprised.


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