Aspen Comics Harley Quinn #1 Exclusive cover

Aspen Comics are doing another DC Rebirth Exclusive this time featuring Harley Quinn. I really wish Aspen would do a book with all of Michael Turners unused artwork, he was a real innovator of comic art and helped influence so many artists in the industry today. I love how they have managed to recolor the rare cover to match her Suicide Squad hair, Margot Robbie is going to do such a good job in that role.

Aspen Comics is pleased to announce the third DC Rebirth-related exclusive cover  on DC Universe Rebirth: Harley Quinn #1, available for pre-order as a full color edition, as a color edition and black-and- white Artist Edition set, and a rare Harley Quinn “Puddin’” Set including both color and black-and- white Artist Edition as well as an ultra rare premium color variant, all available exclusively on www.AspenStore.com beginning on July 11 th followed by the on sale date of August 3rd , 2016.

Based off of the previous two Aspen Comics exclusive DC Rebirth variants that sold out within hours, Aspen strongly encourages customers to pre-order their copies of Harley Quinn #1 as early as possible.

DC Universe’s Rebirth: Harley Quinn #1 is written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti with art by Chad Hardin. Solicitation copy for the issue reads:

“Die Laughing” part one! Welcome back to Harley Quinn’s crazy world on Coney Island…now get ready to wave goodbye, because everyone there just might get eaten alive! Harley’s gotta protect her neighborhood against an all-out zombie apocalypse! Break out the chainsaws, everybody!

Aspen Comics will also be allocating limited daily quantities of Harley Quinn #1 exclusively at Boston Comic Con, and Dallas Comic Show, at the Aspen Comics Booth. Aspen strongly recommends fans arrive early at the booth to ensure their copy.

Posted by Adi Mursec on July 12, 2016

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