Alfred Is the Driving Force Behind Bruce Wayne in Batman: Overdrive

We all know that two of Gotham City’s biggest heroes reside in Wayne Manor: Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth.

Green Lantern: Legacy Reminds Us that Heroism is Found Close to Home

You might want to take a closer look at your grandmother’s jewelry box…

Green Lantern: Legacy - Official Trailer

When 13-year-old Tai Pham inherits his grandmother’s jade ring, he soon finds out it’s more than it appears. Suddenly he’s being inducted into a group of space cops known as the Green Lanterns, his neighborhood is being overrun by some racist bullies, and every time he puts pen to paper, he’s forced to confront that he might not be creative enough or strong enough to uphold his ba’s legacy. Now Tai must decide what kind of hero he wants to be: will he learn to soar above his insecurities or will the past keep him grounded? 

Diana: Princess of the Amazons Show that Even Heroes Need Friends

In Diana: Princess of the Amazons, writers Shannon Hale and Dean Hale and artist Victoria Ying tell the story of an 11-year-old Dian

How to Have a Bat-tastic Batman Day with Your Kids

Batman Day has arrived, and it’s time to celebrate in a big way (it’s Batman’s 80th Anniversary year, after all)! Not everything about the Dark Knight has to be dark—there’s a Batman for everyone.

The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid - Official Trailer

Russell's not like other kids. He has algae for hair, vines all over his body and a frog named Specimen Number Two who lives in his right arm (which also happens to be a tree trunk). In short, life for Russell is quite different than it is for you and me, which is why he documents all of his adventures in a spiral notebook. It's top secret and usually no one's allowed to see it, but since you're a friend, maybe it's okay if you take a peek...

How to Binge DC Super Hero Girls in One Metropolis-Sized Marathon

Green Lantern versus Star Sapphire. Wonder Woman versus Cheetah. Batgirl versus…her part-time job?!

In Superman of Smallville, Kansas is One Colorful Place

Everyone has to start somewhere—even Superman.

Dear Justice League Mixes Humor, Hope and Heroics

If you’ve dipped your toe into the Ink Spots corner of our blog—that’s our series of posts devoted to DC’s Young Adult comics and graphic novels—there’s a good chance you’ve come across my past articles on

Dear Justice League is One for the (All) Ages

We live in a Golden Age of series, movies and books for the youngest superhero fans. In fact, I can’t help but feel a twinge of jealousy toward my ten-year-old.

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