The Art of Harley Quinn

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About The Book

Discover the complete history of DC Comics' Harley Quinn comic art with this deluxe book.  

Harley Quinn made her comic book debut in The Batman Adventures #12 and soon became one of the most popular characters in the DC Comics pantheon. From there, Harley made regular appearances in multiple series, eventually getting her own ongoing comic in 2001. This deluxe art book provides the complete history of Harley Quinn comic art, detailing the creation and evolution of the character through exclusive interviews with the writers and artists who have brought the character to life. Packed with the most iconic covers and panels in Harley Quinn history, The Art of Harley Quinn is the ultimate visual guide to one of the most beloved villains in comic book history.  

About The Author

Andrew Farago is the curator of San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum. He is the author of The Looney Tunes Treasury and the Harvey Award-winning Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History, and The Complete Peanuts Family Album. Farago received the prestigious Inkpot Award from Comic-Con International in 2015.

Product Details
  • Publisher: Insight Comics (November 2017)
  • Length: 184 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781683830023

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Raves and Reviews

“Writer Andrew Farago does a great job making the text as interesting as the art — quite the accomplishment for a coffee-table picture book!”

– Comics Worth Reading

“It’s an oversized book, which means that the many absolutely gorgeous covers and intricate panel art that are featured in it are shown in glorious detail — larger, glossier and in higher quality than you usually find at your local comic book store...The Art of Harley Quinn is phenomenal and unique art book — part history book, part art gallery, and wholly deserving of a spot on any comic book fan’s coffee table.”

– Hypable

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