In the latest installment of DC Beyond the Panels, writer Claudia Gray discusses the next book in her House of El graphic novel series. On the doomed planet Krypton, can two young rebels team with Jor-El and Lara to help their world escape its fate? With art from Eric Zawadzki, get House of El Book Two: The Enemy Delusion at a comics shop near you or digitally now!
In the latest installment of DC Beyond the Panels, award winning author Laurie Halse Anderson discusses what it was like to bring together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of Wonder Women. See the stories of real-world heroes who take up Diana’s mantle and work in the fields of science, social justice activism, diplomacy and more. Get Wonderful Women of the World at a comics shop near you or digitally now!
Meet the newest hero of Gotham City and her super canine sidekick! In a new installment of DC Beyond the Panels, bestselling writer E. Lockhart (We Were Liars) takes us into the downriver neighborhood of Gotham. After teenage Willow is unexpectedly gifted superpowers, she’ll need to face some familiar foes in the Gotham City underworld and try to save her neighborhood. Get Whistle: A New Gotham City Hero at a bookstore or comic shop near you or digitally now!
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Kami Garcia (Beautiful Creatures) and artist Gabriel Picolo, the creative duo behind the New York Times bestselling graphic novel Teen Titans: Raven, comes the romantic meet-up we have all been waiting for!
From New York Times bestselling author E. Lockhart (Genuine Fraud, We Were Liars) and artist Manuel Preitano (The Oracle Code) comes a new Gotham City superhero making her debut in this exciting new Young Adult graphic novel.
From New York Times bestselling author Mariko Tamaki (Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me, Harley 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.