Harley Quinn's Greatest Hits

Harley Quinn s Greatest Hits Get ready for this summer s most anticipated movie SUICIDE SQUAD with the comics that inspired the film including fan favorite character Harley Quinn Love makes you do crazy things And Suicide Squad

  • Title: Harley Quinn's Greatest Hits
  • Author: Paul Dini Scott Snyder
  • ISBN: 9781401270087
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Paperback
  • Get ready for this summer s most anticipated movie SUICIDE SQUAD with the comics that inspired the film, including fan favorite character Harley Quinn Love makes you do crazy things And Suicide Squad member Harley Quinn is madly in love After springing her psychotic killer boyfriend, the Joker, from Arkham Asylum, former psychiatrist Harleen Quinzel put on a clown cosGet ready for this summer s most anticipated movie SUICIDE SQUAD with the comics that inspired the film, including fan favorite character Harley Quinn Love makes you do crazy things And Suicide Squad member Harley Quinn is madly in love After springing her psychotic killer boyfriend, the Joker, from Arkham Asylum, former psychiatrist Harleen Quinzel put on a clown costume and said sayonara to sanity Now Harley brings her own unique brand of psychosis and revelry to whatever she does, whether it s causing mayhem alongside her beloved Mistah J saving the world as the nuttiest member of the Suicide Squad, or relaxing with her gal pals Poison Ivy and Catwoman With her deranged mix of fear and fun, she knows how to leave a crowd in stiches HARLEY QUINN S GREATEST HITS collects eight of the lovesick lunatic s best stories from such talented writers and artists as Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, Jim Lee, Jeph Loeb, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Scott Snyder and Collects BATMAN ADVENTURES 12, BATMAN 613, COUNTDOWN 10, GOTHAM CITY SIRENS 7, SUICIDE SQUAD 1, BATMAN 13, HARLEY QUINN 21 and HARLEY QUINN AND SUICIDE SQUAD APRIL FOOL S SPECIAL 1.

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    1. Paul Dini Scott Snyder

      Paul Dini is an American television producer of animated cartoons He is best known as a producer and writer for several Warner Bros DC Comics series, including Star Wars Ewoks, Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman The Animated Series, Superman The Animated Series, The New Batman Superman Adventures, Batman Beyond and Duck Dodgers He also developed and scripted Krypto the Superdog and contributed scripts to Animaniacs he created Minerva Mink , Freakazoid, Justice League and Justice League Unlimited After leaving Warner Bros In early 2004, Dini went on to write and story edit the popular ABC adventure series Lost.Paul Dini was born in New York City He attended the Stevenson School in Pebble Beach, California on an art scholarship He attended Emerson College in Boston, where he earned a BFA degree in creative writing He also took zoology classes at Harvard University During college, he began doing freelance animation scripts for Filmation, and a number of other studios In 1984, he was hired to work for George Lucas on several of his animation projects.The episodes of the He Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon that were written by Dini have become favorites amongst the show s fans over the internet, although despite this as well as contributing to interviews on the released box sets of the series, Dini has made no secret of his distaste for Filmation and the He Man concept He also wrote an episode of the Generation One Transformers cartoon series and contributed to various episodes of the Ewoks animated series, several of which included rare appearances from the Empire.In 1989, he was hired at Warner Bros Animation to work on Tiny Toon Adventures Later, he moved onto Batman The Animated Series, where he worked as a writer, producer and editor, later working on Batman Beyond He continued working with WB animation, working on a number of internal projects, including Krypto the Superdog and Duck Dodgers, until 2004.He has earned five Emmy awards for his animation work In a related effort, Dini was also the co author with Chip Kidd of Batman Animated, a 1998 non fiction coffee table book about the animated Batman franchise.Dini has also written several comics stories for DC Comics, including an acclaimed oversized graphic novel series illustrated by painter Alex Ross A hardcover collection of the Dini and Ross stories was published in late summer 2005 under the title The World s Greatest Superheroes Other books written by Dini for DC have featured his Batman Animated creation Harley Quinn as well as classic characters Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel and Zatanna.Best known among Dini s original creations is Jingle Belle, the rebellious teen age daughter of Santa Claus Dini also created Sheriff Ida Red, the super powered cowgirl star of a series of books set in Dini s mythical town of Mutant, Texas Perhaps his greatest character contribution is the introduction of Harley Quinn along with designs by Bruce Timm on Batman The Animated Series.In 2001 Dini made a cameo appearance in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back during the scene in which Jay and Silent Bob wear ridiculous looking costumes for a film being directed by Chris Rock, in which Dini says to them you guys look pretty bad ass.In 2006, Dini became the writer for DC Comics Detective Comics That same year, he announced that he was writing a hardcover graphic novel starring Zatanna and Black Canary In 2007, he was announced as the head writer of that company s weekly series, Countdown Paul Dini is currently co writing the script for the upcoming Gatchaman movie Dini is also currently writing a series for Top Cow Productions, based in a character he created, Madame Mirage.Paul Dini is an active cryptozoologist, hunter and wildlife photographer On a 1985 trip to Tasmania, he had a possible sighting of a Thylacine He has also encountered a number of venomous snakes, a Komodo Dragon and a charging Sumatran Rhi

    359 thoughts on “Harley Quinn's Greatest Hits”

    1. my favourite piece was the jim Lee illustrated story greatest hits checklistgirl band- checkpower ballad- checkpunk inspired chaos- check


    2. Dear oh dearwhoever termed this HQ's greatest hits seriously needs a slap! These are not HQ's best stories, not by a long shot!I am bitterly disappointed with this volume involving one of my favourite DC characters and I think this is the reason I have given Amanda Conner's New 52 series a wide berth. I simply don't like what she has done with the character. I hate the way she talks (all slangy, etc.), I'm not too keen on her "makeover" and I just find the stories pretty boring. They're not funn [...]


    3. This was a pretty good collection of Harley stories! Some of them did feel a little out of place and didn't make much sense because they kind of required some context to what happened before that issue but they were all enjoyable! My favourite thing was probably the variety of different artwork and I literally love the cover so much!


    4. I love Harley Quinn, so reading her 'Greatest Hits' was just a brilliant insight into her life. For example, meeting her family, getting to know her best friend: poison ivy, viewing parts of her and 'The Jokers' story and parts of the suicide squad. This was a very fun read.


    5. Loved this one. Harley Quinn is my favorite "villain" and it was nice to see more of her origins and greatest hits. Definitely worth the read if you are a Harley Quinn fan, or want to learn more about her!



    6. This was a fun collection of comics. It served its purpose in introducing Harley Quinn to me, a relatively new fan. I enjoyed seeing the different art styles and portrayals of Harley and I also liked seeing characters that I know from elsewhere interacting with her. While I liked reading this, I just don't think comics are for me, and I have known that for a while, so I'm not surprised that I didn't fall in love with this. I like having it on my shelves, though.


    7. That was an interesting mix of Harley stories, for sure. I'm not sure it convinced me to read more of her stories, though. I mean, I've got a volume or two more to go, but this wouldn't have convinced me to pick them up.I think the issue for me is that it felt like there were a couple of different versions of Harley in this book and that's weird to me.I liked most of the versions, but it wasn't an easy narrative to follow.


    8. I don't know what I was expecting from this graphic novel but it sort left me meh. I can't believe these are "eight of the lovesick lunatic's best stories ". Normally I would say I like this one or that one but none really stand out. Maybe the Gotham City Sirens one I like when the bad guy is attempting to reform. I like the Batgirl one but I feel it was because I enjoy the Batman animated series. But none of them really hit any emotional notes expect I am not going to buy Suicide Squad books be [...]


    9. I have been on a kick of trying graphic novels and I had a good feeling about this one. However, I found the stories confusing and the story hard to follow. I simply don't know enough about Harley Quinn or DC Comics to be able to enjoy a collection of greatest hits.



    10. I am absolutely obsessed with Harley Quinn! This book is definitely for anyone who loves comic book or is a fan of Harley. My favorite was the ones involving Suicide Squad.


    11. You would think that a book entitled "Greatest Hits" would include the character's best appearances in the DC world. Alas, this collection is a baffling collection of stories that don't fit together well, nor do they give a comprehensive view of the character. Well to be honest, this was obviously put together to lure in fans of Suicide Squad the movie and perhaps it does suggest something about that character But it's a horrible selection of Harley comics that focuses on how she is sexy and "cr [...]


    12. I really did enjoy reading all the comics. However, I feel like some of them could have been replaced with better works of Ms. Quinn. But that's not my reasoning for giving it four stars instead of five. I feel like the cover is kind of misleading.Let me explain. :)The cover states that there is a issue involving the Suicide Squad and Of course there is but not in the way I thought. Killer Croc, Captain Boomerang and Katana are only on ONE PAGE. Judging by the cover I expected to see them a litt [...]


    13. Very disappointing. I guess the point is to get you interested in different story lines, so that you buy the comics that are featured here. But without the context, in many of them I had no idea what was going on exactly. Also, I haven't read anything about Harley but I have to believe that there are better stories about her than these. "Greatest hits" is definitely not the most accurate title (I sincerely hope!)


    14. collection of 8 stories of Harley's considered to be the best! I read most previously but was nice to read through them again





    15. This did not disappoint me. I am a huge fan of Harley Quinn and reading this only made me want more. A nice little collection of stories and the different art styles were all really good.



    16. Guess I’m more of a Marvel girl or this was just a weak set for me because there was no coherent story and I disliked most of the art style.


    17. A very haphazard collection of one-offs from Harley Quinn's past. I had read most of them before, but out of context, I have a feeling it'd be rather confusing, especially as the focus wasn't always on Harley, despite the name of the volume. The last issue, covering her recruitment into Suicide Squad, was interesting, as it covered more of her worldview and her unstable personality without getting too campy about it. Wide variety of art styles with very interesting proportions, as per the usual. [...]


    18. Public Library copy. A mix bag of different tales with different interpretations of Harley Quinn. Since many of the tales were previously published in single issue form or other collections, I read them already. Some ongoing tales were awkwardly meshed with one shots so the readers experience won't be all that satisfying this go around.




    19. So this collection was a bit of an odd mixture designed for people who saw Suicide Squad (which I haven't.) The collection has some Harley stories where she's an extra villain, some where she's the main character and some where she's a bit of an after thought. It really highlights the whole different range of the Batman (and in a way how schizophrenic that setting is). You have the cartoon style (the first story with an EXCELLENT reference to Hopey and Maggie in Love and Rockets), the totally fu [...]


    20. Well, I would call it a 2.5 star rating really, but I rounded up as I did like a couple of the stories included. Although I read comics I am more of an indie title reader, so my knowledge of Batman mainly comes from the Burton-led films and the 90s animated series. But I have a couple of friends who really love Harley, and considering that Suicide Squad has recently been released I thought this might be a good primer for me to see what the fuss is about. First off, I don't really know why Batgir [...]


    21. Not the greatest hits by a long shot. Fragmented and in pieces this was not a good mix tape of a book simple because of the song choices. World: The art is fine, it's one of the best thing about Harley books you feel the artists having fun and it shows. The world building is not present. Sure, there is the little piece with the origin and the family stuff but that's it's. Weak. Story: There is no real story, it's a collection of single issues that are part of a larger arc. If they had chosen one [...]


    22. First I've never read much Batman or related stuff, and this reminds me why. Not what I'm liking.Second this is, and I think the marketing makes it pretty clear, a collection of several books involving Harley Quinn from over a 20 year time period. Now if they all were stand alone stories that give some insight into the character's changes that might work well, but they really aren't. Most of them look to be first entries in various series. Which is unsatisfying, of course.And as for the characte [...]


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