Harley Quinn #54
Written by Sam Humphries
Art by Lukas Werneck
Colors by Gabe Eltaeb
Letters by Dave Sharpe
Minor disasters threaten to derail Harley’s burgeoning Internet career.
Minor Disaster has finally revealed herself and her disaster disc has done its job of sending out the embarrassing videos that Harley doesn’t want seen to the web. Unfortunately for the wannabe supervillain, the videos have the opposite effect. Everyone loves this new, raw Harley Quinn and her popularity only grows.
When Minor decides to call in her father for approval and a team-up, Harley is there ready to take her down. The meeting doesn’t go as planned and as Harley tries to go super psychiatrist on her, she smashes her disaster disc and begins an event that could destroy Coney Island and kill everyone on it.
Sam Humphries manages to cleverly skewer internet culture and online fame in this issue in subtle ways that convey a message without preaching. It’s nice seeing Harley embrace her ability to be insightful sometimes. The light and fun tone of this comic continues to be one of its most enduring features and keeps me coming back as a reader.
Lucas Werneck’s art is great in this issue. His art complements the tone of the story and works brilliantly with the plot and dialogue.