Luke Fox has a lot of trash to talk about his brother in this preview of Harley Quinn #21, in stores Tuesday from DC Comics. Just your normal sibling rivalry? Or is there a hint of jealousy there? Only one brother got to be Batman, after all. The other had to settle for Batwing. Check out the preview below.
HARLEY QUINN #21
0622DC069 – Harley Quinn #21 Derrick Chew Cover – $4.99
0622DC070 – Harley Quinn #21 Ryan Sook Cover – $4.99
0622DC071 – Harley Quinn #21 Megan Huang Cover – $4.99
0622DC821 – Harley Quinn #21 Stanley Artgerm Lau Cover – Please Inquire
(W) Stephanie Phillips (A) Simone Buonfantino (CA) Jonboy Meyers
Nuke it from orbit…is what we shoulda done to this whole entire moon. Who needs a moon anyway? I blame Luke Fox for sending a team of villains into space to fight a horrific alien monster in the first place. Obviously, that was just never going to work out well. Has Luke ever seen a sci-fi movie? And now you’re expectin’ me to save Earth with just my super-awesome-mallet-ofalien-skull-crashing-madness™? Okay, you asked for it…
In Shops: 8/23/2022
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