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Harleen

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Stjepan Sejic

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DC Black Label
11 February 2020
Series: Harley Quinn
ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- I can't describe how much I loved this graphic novel. Stjepan Sejic has created an entirely new take on the origins of Harley Quinn with not only an incredible page turning story but his spectacular art style that makes the comic what it is. Mary O'Sullivan

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It's been months since Harleen began interviewing criminals at Arkham Asylum, and she's having strange dreams about one of them in particular- The Joker. What start off as nightmares will soon evolve into fantasies. Despite warnings from the Dark Knight himself, she's utterly fascinated by this man who seems the perfect expression of theory; who says all the things she needs to hear; who seems to know her better than she knows herself.

Written and drawn by superstar artist Stjepan Sejic best known for his work on Aquaman and Justice League- Odyssey. Harleen is a bold new reimagining of the origin of one of Batman's greatest foes as she takes her ultimate fall from grace. Think you know Harley? Think again.

The DC Black Label imprint features classic DC characters in compelling, standalone stories written and illustrated by world-class authors and artists.
By:   Stjepan Sejic
Imprint:   DC Black Label
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 276mm,  Width: 216mm, 
ISBN:   9781779501110
ISBN 10:   1779501110
Series:   Harley Quinn
Pages:   200
Publication Date:   11 February 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Stjepan Sejic born November 27, 1981 is a Croatian comic book writer and artist, best known for his work on the Witchblade, The Darkness, and Aquaman among others. Stjepan's art is very unique in its own way as it is characterized by painting-like graphics which are usually digitally altered with Photoshop and other visual softwares.

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