The Oracle Code Is Squad Goals

At the start of The Oracle Code, the new DC Young Adult graphic novel written by Marieke Nijkamp with art by Manuel Preitano, young Barbara "Babs"

Perfect Panels: Discovering the Hero Within

Perfect Panels is a section of Ink Spots in which we take a look at noteworthy panels or sequences from recent YA comic titles and discuss what makes them stand out.

Supergirl: Lena Luthor is Not Your Villain

Supergirl's 100th episode, "It's a Super Life," stepped back from the main action of the season and gave Kara the chance to try to repair her relationship with Lena through Mr.

Book Breakdown - Shadow of the Batgirl Makes Us Happy and Hungry

The latest in DC's line of Young Adult graphic novels is out, and it's a return to original stories for this line (rather than the also excellent adaptations of the DC Icons prose novels).

Perfect Panels: Action, Attraction and Great Hair
Krypton: The Battle is Won, But This War is Far From Over

Krypton’s second season has been one battle after another. The season started with Seg stuck in the Phantom Zone, battling haunting images of his friends and family.

Teen Titans: Raven's Armor Isn’t the Metal Kind

Teen Titans: Raven, written by Kami Garcia and illustrated by Gabriel Picolo, is the first in a new DC Young Adult graphic novel series that rei

Krypton: The Super Odd Couple

It goes without saying, but Brainiac isn’t a good guy. He’s an example of the worst kind of villain: One who thinks that his way, regardless of who or what he destroys, is the only way.

iZombie: Major's Major Struggles

When iZombie first started, I thought Major Lillywhite was a boring, milquetoast character with few redeeming qualities (other than his attractiveness, natch).

Bruce Wayne: Gotham Dreamboat

Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale is the second in the DC Ink series of graphic novels.

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