The latest in DC’s new line of Young Adult graphic novels—Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass—is in bookstores this week.

Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass - Official Trailer

Harley's taking a mallet to the world of Young Adult comics! In this stylish new graphic novel from Eisner Award-winning writer Mariko Tamaki and Eisner Award-nominated artist Steve Pugh, a fifteen-year-old Harleen Quinzel finds herself at odds with a greedy corporation in a no-rules fight for the soul of Gotham City.

Now available wherever books and comics are sold. Order here: https://www.dccomics.com/graphic-novels/harley-quinn-breaking-glass-0

Vertigo Book Club: Hellblazer Addiction

Among all of the comics that have starred the cigarette-smoking, trench coat-wearing magician-slash-con-man known as John Constantine, I’ve always loved the

The Flintstones: A Love Letter

The titular family of Bedrock is back, trying to figure out what civilization is in a way that mirrors our own great leap toward the unknown of our age.

DC All Access - Convergence Changes Harley Quinn Forever

It's the return of the red and black! Yes, the original Harley Quinn is back to help kick off the first week of Convergence, and writer Steve Pugh is giving up the goods on what to expect. In this exclusive DC All Access clip, Jason talks to Steve about revisiting the pre-Flashpoint Harley Quinn, and how everything comes down to a no-hold-barred battle between Quinn and...a rabbit.

Buddy Baker’s life is in complete turmoil—his only son is dead, his wife has left him and taken their daughter with her, and the crushing weight of fame bears down on him in the wake of his award nomination.

SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read ANIMAL MAN #17 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoiler alerts ahead!)

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