Book Breakdown - Superman Smashes the Klan Brings a Dark Past to Light
Book Breakdown - The Lost Carnival is a High-Flying Romance

Superman Smashes the Klan - Official Trailer

The year is 1946, and the Lee family has moved from Metropolis' Chinatown to the center of the bustling city. While Dr. Lee is greeted warmly in his new position at the Metropolis Health Department, his two kids, Roberta and Tommy, are more excited about being closer to their famous hero, Superman!

Inspired by the 1940s Superman radio serial “Clan of the Fiery Cross,” Gene Luen Yang (American Born Chinese, Boxers and Saints, The Terrifics, New Super-Man) brings us his personal retelling of the adventures of the Lee family as they team up with Superman to smash the Klan!

Book Breakdown - Gotham High Brings Angst and Teenage Drama to Gotham

DC released the latest in their original YA graphic novel line last week, and it's a bit of a departure from all that's come before.

Melissa de la Cruz Enrolls Us All in Gotham High

With eighty years of history behind them, it’s sometimes easy to forget that Batman, Catwoman, the Joker and all the other heroes and villains of Gotham were teenagers once.

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"

Gotham High - Official Trailer

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Alex and Eliza and The Witches of East End comes a reimagining of Gotham for a new generation of readers. Before they became Batman, Catwoman and the Joker, Bruce, Selina and Jack were high schoolers who would do whatever it took—even destroy the ones they loveto satisfy their own motives.

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.

Book Breakdown - The Oracle Code Gives Babs an Empowering New Origin

“Why do we fall?” has been an important question to the heroes of Gotham well before we heard it uttered outright in Batman Begins fifteen years ago.

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