A solid series. I mean, who doesn't want to see Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Harley become roommates? What could go wrong when you put three criminals together? Just their own villain, pissed off ex-employee (Ivy gets a new job), and crazy baby sister (Selina's sis, a former nun who's trying to cast the Cat demon out of her).
It's fun to see these women interact with each other and work together. It's even interesting to see the Riddler's guest appearance as a private detective. Still don't understand why he's "reformed" but okay.
It does have some drawbacks. I think what bothered me the most was the way Harley was written. In her flashbacks, she's the incredibly smart psychologist but then she sometimes comes off as childish. She's definitely still nuts, but sometimes she seemed dim and felt like a side character herself. I did like the bit with her family though.
The art was nice, even if it still sexualizes them. The references to Hush were lost on me but that's only because I haven't read it. But it doesn't distract from the story at all or make it hard to follow.
3.5 stars Reply