This review is so spot on!!!
First, I LOVED this film! My only critique has been stated by others: I must admit, I wish Harley had been portrayed as a little more unhinged. She seemed a bit too sane somehow… Overall, it was a wonderful film, and my fingers are crossed for another Harley film with Margot Robbie.
This review is so spot on!!!
At the very least we’ll probably get to see her steal some scenes in The Suicide Squad.
Reflecting on the myriad points of sexism leading to undeservedly poor reviews, this is reminding me of the 2016, female reboot of Ghostbusters. That film was easily as funny, engaging, and generally great as the original, and yet it’s reviews were mostly awful, and many of those reviews seemed to be coming from a similar place to some of the points this guy is making about reviews of Birds of Prey.
I just posted on the “Collection Requests” thread for a Harley Quinn Omnibus Vol. 4 that would collect Issues #35-75 plus whatever odds and ends they may think or want to add that have come out since her 3rd Omnibus volume. I encourage you all to like and comment on it, in case that would help get their attention…
For those who are newer to the DC site, the post can be found at: “Suggestion Box” on the DC Universe Community page > Comic Books Feedback > MASTER TOPIC: Comic Book Collection Requests.
New reading and games…n’ THINGS…come check it out!
Good morning the Harley’s Crew friends!
Good morning @DC89 how are you today?
Hello friend @iJest. I am feeling the wonderful this AM- thank you for asking. (I am also channeling Starfire as well )
Yaay~ It’s gearing up to be a good day! Lol “feeling the wonderful” xD Star is so cute. Nothing wrong with being pleasant and happy 24/7.
Luv Star so much.
So, February solicits came in, and like many years previous, DC is doing a Valentine’s Day special called “Love Is a Battlefield,” and guess who’s the cover stars?
written by CAVAN SCOTT, ANDREW WHEELER, CRYSTAL FRASER, and REGINE SAWYER
art by JOSE LUIS, CRYSTAL FRASIER, REGINE SAWYER, and others
cover by KAARE ANDREWS
PRESTIGE FORMAT | ON SALE 2/9/21
$9.99 US | 80 PAGES | FC | DC
BLAM! KRACK! POW! Look out—it’s…love?! Falling in love is rough, even for DC’s greatest. Watch as Batman and Catwoman, Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor, Mister Miracle and Big Barda, and all the rest of your OTPs fight in vain against the all-powerful forces of romance (and super-villains)! Even Amanda Waller fights the urge to bail on her mystery date. We guarantee that this Valentine’s Day, someone’s taking a shot to the heart—from Cupid’s bow!
Ivy’s head is… in a position…
This is how college English 1 feels like sometimes.
I have a question for any of you more seasoned, DC Omnibus aficionados… I watched a video on YouTube (I believe it may have been: “Top 5 Graphic Novel and Hardcover Collecting Tips: A Nerdventures Guide” on the YouTube channel: Sequentials Deluxe), and he was talking about the idea of waiting for hardcover and/or Omnibus editions to come out if you’re not in a hurry to read a given comic series right away.
Now, I do prefer the Omnibus books, due to the larger page size and the convenience of having series collected in single tomes; so, ideally for me, if I could be CERTAIN all would be released, eventually, in an Omnibus, I would never buy a trade paperback or smaller, deluxe collection.
Alas, I am at a place where there are some titles I do want to read, and I am debating whether to wait. To help me decide, I thought I would pose the query to those with more experience/knowledge, “Just how consistently do runs and collections get put into Omnibi?” Specifically, I have read the first 5 vols. of the New 52 Suicide Squad, and I want to read further, but I think I’ll put it on pause, if I can be relatively certain that all of the New 52 Suicide Squad will eventually find their way into an Omnibus collection. The same goes for the Harley Quinn series: I have all of the current, 3 Omnibus volumes, and I would like to read the rest of the series, being Issues #35-75, but again, if they will be collected into a 4th Harley Quinn Omnibus, I would rather just wait for that to be released.
Thus, the question I pose to you, again, is how likely are these titles to be collected into DC Omnibi, and/or do you have any suggestions where I might find more information, whether educated conjecture or otherwise?
Hmm. Gotta’ read this one for sure. Need to know why Frank is freaking out on Harl and Pam.
Good Morning the Harley’s Crew peeps! I am of the retro mood inclinations today and am hoping you are having the most wonderful of mornings!
Star doesn’t quite feel like Star without her hair being almost bigger than her entire body.