This looks vaguely like Harley Quinn. Maybe it's her stunt double?
Oh! Maybe she'll convert it into a Roller Rink for the Criminally Insane!
Am I typing "Criminally Insane" too much?
Harley and her companions.
As Harley is entering the city, she is beset upon (or just followed or attacked or threatened or chased) by Ghost Rider that forgot to light his face. He just happened to be sitting on the freeway with a Wanted Poster of Harley Quinn in his hand checking it against all the people passing by. He must have a really shitty memory or he's a face-blind bounty hunter if he needed to keep Harley's picture on hand to make sure he recognized her.
I'm four pages in and Chad Hardin's art alone is enough to recommend this book. I knew he'd do a bang up job after his work on Demon Knights.
I have a feeling human life isn't going to be portrayed as being worth much in this comic book! Which is fine by me! At least she cares about the widdle animwals.
Harley arrives at home.
Oh man. I'm thinking like a stuffed beaver. I think it's time to retire from Comic Book Commentary!
Hey, that's my joke!
By the end of her first day in her new place, Harley seems to have everything under control.
With a little help from Big Tony and his little friend (his gun. His gun is his little friend).