Comic Book Reviews: Harley Quinn #0, Daredevil #33, The Wake #5

Here’s this week’s books (depending how classify, possible spoilers):

Harley Quinn #0:


I don’t typically like zero issues, they usually leave me wanting, and this one was no exception. I commend newly wed writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti for trying something different, but most of the humor fell flat. It was awkward how they tried to work in the artists name onto every page. I’ll at least try issue #1.

Daredevil #33:


The monster mash wraps up in this issue. It was an interesting but odd turn from the story, but that didn’t keep me from enjoying the issue. With only 3 issues left in the run, I take my time, making it last. Mark Waid has been building this arc for a while. I can’t wait to see how it wraps up.

The Wake #5:


And so ends what was apparently part one. With so many big guns revealed in the last two issues, was wondering where the latter half of the series was heading. Looks like we’re switching protagonists next issue. Snyder said in the afterword that this was the story they wanted to tell. I can’t wait.

What did you read this week? Comment below!


One response to “Comic Book Reviews: Harley Quinn #0, Daredevil #33, The Wake #5

  1. Pingback: Comic Reviews: 2/26/14 – The Wake #6, Fantastic Four #1, Chew #40, & More | The Credible Hulk·

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