Harley Quinn Vol. 5: The Joker’s Last Laugh

Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti are two of greatest collaborators of DC and the creators of this special and conflict story of Harley Quinn.

Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti are two of greatest collaborators of DC and the creators of this special and conflict story of Harley Quinn.

In this comic book the central theme is a mad love, a Harley Quinn love. Mason Macabre is more than just the neighbor of Harley Quinn in her new Coney Island residence, he might be the soul mate of Harley Quinn, but he is also confined in prison with his life continually in risk. With somebody in the office of the Mayor gunning for Mason, he needs to be going out from the prison and quick.

With Harley and her bunch of criminals of merry maidens battling to keep innocents out of the crossfire of her enemy’s most recent revenge, other problem is taken form. The perfect man for Harley ends up being transferred to the Arkham Asylum of Gotham City, in a cell right next door to the Joker. Inside the horrendous halls, Mason is at the caring mercy of the Clown Prince of Crime, the Joker.

To save the life of Mason, Harley is going to have to break into her previous workplace and face the clown that made her into Harley Quinn.

Harley Quinn Volume 5: The Joker’s Last Laugh‘ has a complete wealth of graphics that are master pieces. Any person who has ever looked at the relationship between Harley and the Joker as negative and wrong will find themselves cheering for Harley in this.  She faces her fears, doubts and past dead on. While some of the challenges she faces with her loyal friends, there are also a small number of things she has to do on her own.

Will Harley and the insanity man who helped make her what she is make a peace deal and make up long enough for her new gallant to run away with his life? Or this time will the Joker be on Harley Quinn for good? This is a reunion that you can not miss!

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