DC Comics just announced a "glimpse into the future of the DC Universe" with Future State.

Not only do they have Harley's look for her mini-series (which is SO CUTE) but they also released some brief information on other mini series that are part of this universe (keep scrolling to see!).

The DC site lets us know that everything will start in 2021- so there is plenty of time still to debate and conspire about what is going to happen (this will pick up in March of 2021 and continue current series from 2020).

Future State: Harley Quinn is announced as a mini-series

and frickin GOTHAM CITY SIRENS is returning in Future State: The Next Batman!

I am so excited to see announcements coming soon and can't wait to see those pre-order variants!

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Hiya and happy Thursday! I hope this week is treatin' you well!

I get a lot of questions on where to read comics- so here it is! The complete guide on where, how, and when to read all your favorite series'!

1. I am a comic collector- so I love collecting the physical comic books and their variant art designs. If you want to get your hands on some of these, it's best to find your local comic shop (supporting your local comic shop helps keep them in business!). Comic shops are amazing because they have new comics, old comics, rare comics, and also tons of collectables and figures! A lot of comic shops also can set you up with a subscription box- this is so every month when a new series comes out that you want- they set your comics aside and you go to pick them up (I am a HUGE fan of this method and have had a comic sub box for over 10 years). Just a warning: collecting the individual copies is by far the most expensive route (especially if they are older comics or rare editions!)

To find your local comic shop check out https://www.comicshoplocator.com/

2. If you don't care about the individual comics and want to read them in a more book-style form: trade backs are the way to go! Trade backs are like an omnibus- or collection of multiple comics that you can get. These are fairly inexpensive- but can get pricey if you go for the hardcover editions or get a lot of them. They are usually around $16.99 and range anywhere from 4-12 comics in one book (although 5-6 is standard). These you can pick up at your local comic shop, amazon, Barnes and Noble, and even libraries have some!

3. If you already have access to a tablet, smartphone, or computer- digital comics are the easiest and cheapest way to go! My favorite comic reading app/ website is the DC Universe (soon to be DC Universe Infinite). This is run by DC Comics and for $7.99 a month it gives you access to all DC Comics that are older than 1 year (soon to change to 6 months). Another good option- if you are looking for more then just DC Comics- is Comixology (owned by Amazon). Comixology not only has DC Comics, but Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, and even a TON of manga! Comixology is $5.99 a month for their "unlimited" plan which takes a percentage off books and gives access to digital sales and sometimes free comics- however you still have to pay for the comics on top of the monthly subscription (I used this to purchase Harley Quinn Black + White + Red).



I hope this helped you find ways to read all your favorite comics!

As always, please check me out on tiktok, instagram, and facebook @sweetheart.harley

Subscribe and join the Harleyverse to never miss an update (we also have forums now so please join us in the discussions!)

Happy readings,

<3 Sweetheart.Harley

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This weeks Comic of the Week is Harley Quinn Rebirth #18 by the dynamic duo of Amanda Connor and Jimmy Palmiotti. This comic hit shelves April 19th of 2017 and the pictured cover is the original cover art by Amanda Connor (there is a variant available by Frank Cho).

This comic is the second part to the 2-part story "Deadly Sin." This 2-part series also spurred off the mini-series "Joker Loves Harley."

Since there are too many spoilers to talk about- all I'm going to say is a much hated green haired homicidal maniac makes some appearances and takes us back to Harleys roots (with some twists and turns along the way!).

I highly recommend a read!

I get a lot of questions on "where can I read comics" so keep reading if you want to find out (I will be making a more in-depth post about this next week)!

The easiest way is on DC Universe website or app- its $7.99 a month and you get access to EVERY DC comic that has come out (I believe there may be a few not on here like Harleen). You can read comics 1 year after they've hit shelves so you can stay up to date (Harley Quinn Black, White, & Red #1 just launched).

Subscribe to my Harleyverse to make sure you get all the latest posts and updates!

As always- check me out on instagram and tiktok @sweetheart.harley!

I hope you have a wonderful week- until next time

<3 Sweetheart.Harley

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