*DC: Something a little different in this week’s Batmania Max update. What more can be said about Harley Quinn, DC’s breakthrough phenomenon of the 21st Century? Rao knows we’ve said enough – but she keeps on selling! From being the Joker’s moll in the Batman Animated TV show, she’s progressed into DC’s juvenile line of comics, then the mainstream DC Universe, then the world of greater public consciousness with her starring role in the Suicide Squad film, and more media releases to come! This particular series was her first Joker-free (well, mostly) solo vehicle in the DCU, and under its initial creative team of Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson, very highly acclaimed indeed. This is a complete run of all 38 issues, December 2000 to January 2004, and while there are a couple that are less pristine, the average here is a solid high grade, with several NM+ and NM/M copies – and if you’ve been paying attention, you’ll know how seldom we award grades that high, even to modern comics! Time to join the madness! #1 pictured NM at £75.