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Harley Quinn - Episode 7 Review

Production: DC Universe

Starring: Kaley Couco as Harley, Lake Bell as Poison Ivy, Alan Tudyk as Clayface/Joker, Tony Hale as Dr. Psycho and Ron Funches as King Shark.

Reviewed By: Dean Asquith

My Rating: 4 out of 5 🏹

Plot

In this episode we witness the release of the Queen of Fables. Well, the release from her

tax code imprisonment. Harley then decides to prevent her being locked up at Arkham but she gets more than she bargained for. The Queen of Fables turns out to be one of the most grizzly, murderous bad guys ever. Harley decides to part ways with Fables before she starts her next heist. Obviously parting ways with Fables turns around and bites her on the butt.


My Opinion


This is quite simply the goriest, most messed up episode yet. But that makes its special, this is the show at it’s finest. I will never quite look at fairy tale creatures in the same way. Be on the lookout for the side story of Ivy and Kite Man, it’s a brilliant respite from the gor

e but it’s still incredibly funny. Another great episode.


We finally have some big news on the show too! Channel 4 have won the rights for the show, even more people are going to be able with witness the magic that is, Harley Quinn. Watch out UK, she’s coming for us!


“And… I care about...dat a**!” - Kite Man



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