Mirka Andolfo writes and draws Harley Quinn Black + White + Red Chapter Two

Mirka Andolfo writes and draws Harley Quinn Black + White + Red Chapter Two
As reported a few days ago, DC has launched a new digital first anthology magazine entitled Harley Quinn Black + White + Red - find the details HERE - and today announced that the Second Chapter entitled Fashion Victim to be released on Friday 3 July will be written and designed by Mirka Andolfo.

This is the first time ever that an Italian signature will work as a complete author. No Italian before the Neapolitan author had ever been called to write and draw a story for some of the most iconic and recognizable characters ever created.

Harley Quinn Black + White + Red is an anthology series in 14 chapters that will be published first digitally every Friday at a cost of $ 0.99 and will subsequently be collected in paper format - it has not yet been specified, however, whether directly in volume or stapled.

The particularity of the series, as the title suggests, is that it will be in duotone - black and white like the legendary Batman Black and White anthology - with red inserts.

The other authors who will join Harley Quinn Black + White + Red are among others Paul Dini ( co-creator of the character), Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Chad Hardin, Erica Henderson, Saladin Ahmed and Joe Quinones.

Mirka Andolfo, international comic star with hits such as Sacred / Profane, Crontronatura and Mercy, with assets c hundreds of thousands of copies sold, thirty years of Italian excellence in the world comic book market, Mirka Andolfo has long worked at the highest levels of the sector with European and American publishers. She has been collaborating with DC Comics for five years, for which the Italian author has signed stories for characters such as Wonder Woman, Catwoman, Teen Titans, Green Arrow and DC Bombshells.

The irreverence and energy of emancipatory Harley Quinn is the bride fully with the spirit of Mirka Andolfo, which established itself over the years for his female characters strong and inspiring, told often through a representation of the unconventional, body-positive, and the charge of an erotic, liberating, assertive. An explosive combination that is already in the past has managed to inflame the debate.

Bought the graphic novel Harley Quinn – Gotham's Arrival by clicking HERE.

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