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DC Preview: Harley Quinn #27 Variants

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DC Preview: Harley Quinn #27 Variants

Harley’s known for her even temperament and economy of language—oh, we can’t even finish that sentence. Let’s face it: she’s crazy, and she talks too much. So what happens when she discovers a nemesis even more insane and more hyper-loquacious? It’s Harley vs. the unbelievable Redtool!

Check out the John Romita, Jr.’s variant and the debut of Amanda Conner’s never-been-seen variant cover!

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Harley Quinn #27

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Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner
Artist: John Timms
Variant Cover: Amanda Conner
Variant Cover: John Romita Jr.

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