Harley Quinn (2000) #1 NM+ [1st Harley Series]
From the moment she first appeared on Batman: The Animated Series, Harley Quinn has taken the world by storm. Now, building on her triumphant debut as part of the DC Universe during "No Man's Land" (in the hugely successful BATMAN: HARLEY QUINN one-shot), the Joker's special lady takes center stage in a new ongoing series titled ? what else? ? HARLEY QUINN. Written by Karl Kesel (SUPERBOY, Section Zero) with art and covers by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson (SILVER AGE, Generation X), HARLEY QUINN is not the story of an honorable woman and her quest for justice. Instead, it's a love story gone horribly, horribly, horribly wrong, especially in the first, extra-length issue, as the Joker's girlfriend must do without Mister J's "calming" influence! And considering just how many sandwiches short of a picnic Harley is, you know this book's going to be wild! Harley is driven to astounding lengths to free her loony lover. And that's just in the first seven pages! What follows is too strange for words, though it does involve one itsy-bitsy cameo by Batman. Just one! Once you see life through the eyes of Harley Quinn, you'll find she makes a lot more sense. Would you believe a little more sense? Cover price $2.95.