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DC’s Misfit Mistress of Mayhem gets an encore anthology series

Debut issue features Harley Quinn stories from leading comic book talent, including actor Paul Scheer and "Impractical Jokers'" Nick Giovannetti. The book will be available at participating comic book shops and digital platforms July 18.

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DC is back with more stories featuring Gotham City’s most unpredictable antihero with “Harley Quinn: Black + White + Redder,” the follow up to the Harvey award-nominated anthology series, “Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red.”

In this all-new six issue limited series, some of comic books’ finest talents tell brand-new Harley Quinn tales, rendered in the trademark black and white, with red spot color in each story. In the debut issue, writer Chip Zdarsky (“Batman”) teams up with artist Kevin Maguire (“Justice League”) to send Harley and Poison Ivy deep into the heart of Superman’s Fortress of Solitude, while Leah Williams (Marvel’s ‘X-Terminators,” “Amazing Mary Jane”) joins artist Natacha Bustos (“DC POWER: A Celebration”) to spin a story from Harley’s past, as a high-flying gymnast with vengeance on her mind! 

And actor Paul Scheer (“Black Monday,” “Veep,” “The League”) joins co-writer/producer Nick Giovannetti (“Impractical Jokers,” “Far Cry New Dawn,” Marvel’s “Cosmic Ghost Rider”) and artist Tom Reilly (Marvel’s “X-Men: Snapshots,” “Morbius: Bond of Blood,” “Thor,” “The Immortal Hulk”) in a story teaming Harley up with Gaggy Gagsworth, the original sidekick of The Joker. The two are paired up on a heist that’s worth the risk… If they can set aside their vendetta for each other long enough! 

The debut issue of this six-issue limited series features a main cover by Bruno Redondo, with open to buy variant covers by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau and Guillem March. A 1 in 25 ratio variant cover is also available from Tom Reilly, with a 1 in 50 ratio variant cover by Kevin Maguire. See your local comic book shop for details and pre-ordering.

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