Review: Breaking Glass by Mariko Tamaki and Steve Pugh
This is a clever coming-of-age story about friendship, loyalty and betrayal. While Harley Quinn's character cops a lot of flack from DC fans, there's no denying that she is the perfect lead in the story of a misfit teen whose desire to stand up for her friends lands her in a lot of trouble. There's something undeniably likeable about this incarnation, to the point where I think the story would lack something if it featured a different DC anti-hero, such as Selina Kitt/Catwoman. Anyway, this is an enjoyable read and beautifully illustrated. Although it will probably appeal most to teenagers who feel at odds with the world, the story is told well enough to appeal to readers from a broad range of ages and backgrounds.