Lois Lane Has Some Friendship Growing Pains

Lois Lane and the Friendship Challenge explores the dynamics of childhood friendships, as well as the universal experience

Dustin Hansen and Michael Northrop Talk Comics, Games and Dyslexia

DC’s quickly growing kids line is about to get quite a power-up with the release of Dustin Hansen’s My Video Game Ate My Homework, t

Anti/Hero Asks You to Walk a Mile in Someone Else's Secret Identity

Anti/Hero, DC’s latest graphic novel for readers ages 8-12, is the story of two young all-new characters in the DC Universe.

Anti/Hero Brings New Faces and Switched Places to the DC Universe

Piper Parajo is an upbeat, popular girl from East Gotham who spends her afternoons stopping crime as a superhero. Sloane MacBrute is a quiet, brilliant outcast who supports her family by stealing for her super-villain grandfather.

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…

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...

In Superman of Smallville, Kansas is One Colorful Place

Everyone has to start somewhere—even Superman.

Gustavo Duarte Shows a New Side of Superheroes in Dear Justice League

When you were a kid, did you ever try writing a letter to your hero?

Not Your Mama's Super Sons

Let’s go on ahead and get my bias out of the way right at the beginning—I love the Super Sons.

Justice is for the Young in Super Sons: The Polarshield Project

Think being a superhero is tough? Try being the child of one.

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