Panel Mania: ‘Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass’

September 19, 2019 | 1 book mentioned

Eisner Award- and Caldecott Honor-winning comics writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Steve Pugh collaborate on Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass, a new graphic novel about the teen years of Harleen Quinzel—better known as Harley Quinn—as she wanders the hallways of Gotham City High School.

In this 12-page excerpt, Harleen arrives in Gotham, broke, on a bus from a small town, and is taken in by a welcoming community of drag queens. Eventually she meets two people—teenage activist Poison Ivy and later, of course, the violent and anarchic young Joker—who will contribute to her transformation into the complex superhero she is destined to become.

Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass is available now from DC.

This piece was produced in partnership with Publishers Weekly and also appeared on publishersweekly.com.

is senior news editor of Publishers Weekly and editor of PW Comics World.

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