Today on the show, we’re talking to Shea Fontana, the dominant creative voice behind ‘DC Super Hero Girls.’
A young Bruce Wayne takes a major step towards becoming Batman in this all-ages OGN.
A history of female DC characters and creators, ‘Women of Action’ is a lovingly crafted homage to some of greatest ever comic book characters.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Wisp’s first transformation in Rainbow Land Back in September, the first issue of the new Rainbow Brite comic launched, and I was immediately enchanted. A magical girl story about a young girl bring light and color back to a darkened and grayed out world? Yes, please. And it doesn’t hurt that Jeremy […]
‘DC Super Hero Girls: Search for Atlantis’ is a fun, light-hearted book that I highly recommend for all ages, and the casual diversity of cultures and personalities that we see interacting in this book is something that all DC teen books should be emulating.
Catwoman and Black Canary go to war, as the fate of the universe may hinge on Looney Tunes’ most famous rivals. Yes, seriously.
Steve Orlando takes over, and gives us a story spanning years, as we catch up with B-list villain Mayfly and find out that Diana hasn’t forgotten about her.
Even bad guys take summer vacation! Ten stories of what the DC’s most notorious villains do when it’s hot out.
DC’s Holiday Special takes us from Gotham, to the front in World War II, into space, and even to Deathstroke’s darkly humorous attempt at a family holiday in a terrific collection of tales.
‘New Super-Man #15’ continues an excellent run by award-winning YA author Gene Luen Yang, the “Metal” event is in full swing with Batman-Who-Laughs, and the man behind the curtain, Oz, reveals himself to Superman.
Tribute issues to Jack “King” Kirby plus the returns of Bombshells are the highlights this week.
‘Dark Nights: Metal #1’ debuts and there’s a shocking guest-star on the last page. Plus, we highly recommend the terrific Kirby tribute comic starring his Sandman.
Azrael is spotlighted in Batman: Detective Comics this week and The Shadow and Batman pulls out all the stops to produce an incredible pulp tale. Meanwhile, Larson’s Batgirl drops its best issue yet.
We’re taking a trip to Super Hero High. You can thank us later. We’re talking to Lisa Yee, author of the DC Super Hero Girls middle grade novels.
The crossover is coming! The Metal crossover is coming! Meanwhile, Superman and friends fight all the bad guys, Bug discovers his origins in the Source Wall, and Maps breaks into Wayne Manor.
More Looney Tunes/DC fun and, for once, Ray and Corrina disagree about whether Batman is going in the right direction. Plus, Bombshells continues to be gloriously gay.
USA Today already leaked the big Batman spoiler this week (and you’ll find it inside) but there were some other fine DC issues this week too.
Have you been reading ‘DC Superhero Girls’ digital comics? I scored an interview and a special promo code to share with you.
Gizmos and gadgets make great gifts, but there’s nothing like sinking into a good book to escape the holiday madness.
Our favorite superheroes encounter mythical beasts and baddies in the second ‘DC Super Hero Girls’ graphic novel.
The first DC Super Hero Girls graphic novel is everything you’d hope to see in a kids’ comic book.
On Saturday, March 19, ‘DC Super Hero Girls’ will premiere on Boomerang. This action-packed hour long episode will introduce the newest student at Super Hero High–Supergirl.
Our first comic book glimpse of the DC Super Hero Girls and their high school will come on Free Comic Book Day.
Two members of the DC Super Hero Girls creative team gush about their role in the project.
Do girls love superheroes? Mattel and DC received a resounding “yes” when they surveyed girls 6-12 about what they wanted in their superheroines.
Sometimes we need stuff specifically targeted at girls. The new DC Superhero Girls line is one of those times.
To celebrate both new ‘Star Trek’ and 30 years of ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’, here are 30 ‘Star Trek’ books to add to your reading list.