Wonderful Women of the World Highlights Some of History's Finest

From 1942 to 1954, a feature ran in the back of DC’s Wonder Woman comics highlighting powerful and innovative women from history.

I Am Not Starfire - Official Trailer

From New York Times bestselling author Mariko Tamaki (Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with MeHarley Quinn: Breaking Glass) and artist Yoshi Yoshitani (Zatanna and the House of Secrets) comes a new Young Adult graphic novel about Mandy, the teenage daughter of super-famous superhero Starfire.

I Am Not Starfire is a story about teenagers and aliens (and teenagers AS aliens); about knowing where you come from and where you are going; and about mothers—who may just be the best superheroes of all.

Book Breakdown - Poison Ivy: Thorns is Filled With Prickly Bits

Pamela Isley's penchant for plants is a well-known aspect of her character, but the reason she loves them—and the reasons why she goes by the name Poison Ivy and isn't exactly a good guy—vary from story to story.

Book Breakdown - Black Canary: Breaking Silence Sounds Off

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

Book Breakdown - Nubia: Real One Mixes Real Talk with Real Action

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.

Book Breakdown - House of El Sets the Stage for Krypton's Downfall

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

Book Breakdown – Swamp Thing: Twin Branches Blends Horror and Heart

For how often I’m around plants, it’s pretty astonishing how little thought I give to them. They’re pleasant, no doubt about that.

Perfect Panels: Hope, Hotness and Heartbreak

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.

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