Frankie's Blog — Harley Quinn
“Dark Knights of Steel” is Where High Fantasy Meets Superheroes, by Angela Rairden
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When your most notorious characters have been around for decades, it becomes necessary to mix things up a little bit from time to time, which is exactly what Dark Knights of Steel does. Set in medieval times, the comic takes DC’s most venerated characters such as Batman and Superman and reinvents them as knights and kings while still keeping true to their core personalities. With Krypton nearing its inevitable end, Jor-El and his pregnant wife Lara flee the doomed planet and crash land in a medieval landscape where Jor-El is forced to protect Lara from an incoming band of knights...
Harley Quinn’s Cinematic Evolution Mirrors Her Comic Transformation, by Angela Rairden
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The Continued Evolution of Harley Quinn, by Angela Rairden
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Harley Quinn went from being a notorious criminal as the Joker’s girlfriend in Gotham to being a well-intentioned, but not exactly law-abiding, anti-hero when she got a fresh start in Jersey. Now, in her newest reboot from writer Stephanie Phillips, Harley’s looking to become…a hero?!? In March’s Harley Quinn #1, everyone’s favorite psychiatrist-turned-delinquent clown finally returns to Gotham with an aim to make amends for her past misdeeds. This is not the same Gotham as the one she left, however. This Gotham is still shook from the Joker War, the aftermath of which has left the good people of Gotham...