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My Video Game Ate My Homework Is Virtually the Best

There’s a lot you can accomplish with good friends at your side. Spend time together at your favorite hangout? Check. Fix big mistakes as a team? Check.

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.

DC Super Hero Girls Prove You Don't Need Powers to be a Hero

Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Bumblebee, Zatanna, Green Lantern Jessica Cruz and Supergirl are the DC Super Hero Girls

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.

The Magic of Being a Middle Schooler: Zatanna and the House of Secrets

Inside the pages of the delightful Zatanna and the House of Secrets by Matthew Cody and Yoshi Yoshitani, your own tweens and young te

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…

Bringing Excitement, Joy and Kangas to Diana: Princess of the Amazons

The creators of Diana: Princess of the Amazons want kids to know that even Wonder Woman had trouble making friends.

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