Mother Panic follows a young woman named Violet Paige who takes to the streets in Gotham City to exact revenge on those who wronged her when she was younger.
If any book deserves to be on a ‘Best Comics of 2017’ list it’s this one. 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank blends an excellent story with some amazing artwork and gives readers a book they aren’t likely to forget any time soon.
Who says comics aren’t for girls? The Big Book of Girl Power is a primer for budding DC fans who want to learn more about their favorite characters — and meet a few new ones, too! (A review copy was provided by the publisher.)
Marie Lu tells a great story in Batman: Nightwalker that will appeal to a wide variety of readers. And she makes us excited to see what the rest of the DC Icons series has in store for us!
Batman Beyond: Rebirth Vol. 1 delivers one heck of a story and it sets up some seriously awesome reveals that will definitely leave readers wanting more!
Scooby-Doo and the rest of the gang meet Batman in their latest team up, Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold, a straight-to-DVD adventure where the world’s greatest detective and these meddling kids take on a literal ghost from Batman’s past! (A review copy was provided by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment!)
Since they are complete sets, they are longer reads, which many will find enjoyable. And it’s always nice to go back and revisit your old friends.
The 27 Run combines the question of sustainability with human tenacity and a never ceasing fight to find meaning in a wasteland.
We got the chance to talk with Julie Merberg about Downtown Bookworks’s DC Comics series, the inspiration for the Girl Power line, what she hopes young readers can get out of these books, and more. Read the full interview!
Color Me Powerful is the perfect activity book for young girls looking for a way to express their love of comics and embrace their girl power! (Thanks to Downtown Book works for the review copy.)