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|Collector||MISFIT42 private msg quote post Address this user|
|Hot or Not?
My local comics store says the Harley interest is decreasing but I think the opposite. I feel it's only the beginning-image how many Harleys well see on Halloween! I'm choosing to not to sell my old books of Harley. What do you think.....
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|Collector||Darkga private msg quote post Address this user|
|Harley's been around over 20 years and has been hot since the beginning. She's not going anywhere for the long-term, but all these variants are going to bust like the 90's, mark my words.|
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Originally Posted by MISFIT42
I don't buy new books, but I think the decreased interest may be due to the umpteen variants being pushed on the already cash-strapped consumer.
I think DC is taking advantage of Harley's fan base.
That would certainly put me off their product.
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|Collector||dpiercy private msg quote post Address this user|
|There's a handful of books that will retain value. She will remain one of DC's top characters. Wish I'd bought one of those pink Dell'Otto books at $50.|
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|There might be a lull since the Suicide Squad movie has past and the new #1 release has past, but I'll put money on WB and DC doing a Harley Quinn movie and hype will pick up again. One thing is for sure, her popularity as a character has no lifespan, she is as immortal as Batman and Joker at this point.|
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