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Bestselling author Lauren Myracle has been tasked with reimagining one of the most iconic Bat-characters of all-time for Young Adult readers with her upcoming graphic novel
Mera, Princess of Xebel, is a serious role model.
It’s time to give Danielle Paige her due, y’all.
I’m not going to bury my lede on this. I firmly believe the answer to the title question is “yes.” In the past few years, Mera has really stepped out of Arthur Curry’s watery shadow.
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The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is the single largest literary event in the nation, drawing over 150,000 enthusiastic attendees each year.
Supergirl has long been an analog for everything good in the world. Her and her Kryptonian cousin are often utilized when the DC Universe needs heroes who are pure-hearted and strong.