One of my favorite things about DC's YA graphic novel line, which we cover here in Ink Spots, is that it's moved toward focusing on characters who aren't as well known as the major member
Diana Prince, a.k.a. Diana of Themyscira, a.k.a. Wonder Woman, is the most famous Amazon to grace the world of man with her power and beauty.
Although I've traveled to Krypton previously, thanks to the TV series that centered on a certain Man of Steel's ancestors, I've always wanted to learn even more about Kryptoni
When the news broke last summer that a new Batwoman would replace Kate Kane under the cowl on the fledgling CW series, it seemed like 2020 had struck again.
It's likely that you're familiar with Arthur Curry, a.k.a.
Perfect Panels is the place here in Ink Spots where we take a look at noteworthy panels or sequences from DC’s recent YA comics and discuss what makes them stand out.
The new Diana Prince origin story and latest DC YA graphic novel, Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed, is a story of a young woman separated
Superheroes don't need love interests. But if you're a superhero on a CW show—the network well-known for teen dramas—chances are good that you'll have one (or more) at some point. Oliver had Felicity, Barry has Iris, Mick has his beer.
DC’s newest YA graphic novel, Superman Smashes the Klan, is a story with layers.
One of my favorite things about the DCTV universe—most specifically the shows on The CW—is the crossover events.