Detective Comics #831 -- I don't care much for Batman, but this issue features a Harley Quinn story by her creator
kingofbreakfast, so that's got to be worth a look. And it is not a bad story, although I'm not sure if reforming Harley is really the way to go (but that's probably just setup for some larger story, I hope). And a question -- do state mental institutions really have parole board-like panels that decide if patients should be released?
TMNT April Movie Prequel 4 of 5 -- An April O'Neil comic book? well, I have fond memories of the previous two April O'Neil comics, so I tried it. It's not bad, and it has some good points to make about the down side of Indiana Jones-style archeology, but it's mainly just a teaser for the movie (which I do want to see, so that's OK).
This week's cheap back issue:
Josie #39 (February 1969) -- More late-sixties Josie goodness! The cover is pretty lame however, redeemed only by Clyde's attempt to ski in the background...