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Review: Primer

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There’s a new superhero in the DC universe, and she gets her power from … paint? Esther tells you all about it in her review of ‘Primer.’

Review: ‘The Lost Carnival’

Before he became Batman’s Boy Wonder, Dick Grayson was a circus acrobat having adventures of his own in Michael Moreci and Sas Milledge’s ‘The Lost Carnival.’

Review: ‘Zatanna and The House of Secrets’

Zatanna makes her debut as a kids comic star in Matthew Cody and Yoshi Yoshitani’s Zatanna and The House of Secrets, an original graphic novel with bold visuals that separates it from the rest of the publisher’s line of such books.

Review: Young Justice Volume 1: Gemworld

Young Justice returns in a new reboot as the first series under DC Comics Wonder Comics imprint.

Review: Wonder Twins Volume 1: Activate!

Superhero twins from the 1970’s get the update they deserve in a series that teens and young adults will enjoy.

Review: ‘Batman: Overdrive’

Before he was Batman, Bruce Wayne was a teenager trying to restore his late father’s broken down muscle car in Shea Fontana and Marcelo Di Chiara’s ‘Batman: Overdrive,’ a refreshing overhaul of Batman’s origin story.

Review: ‘Shadow of The Batgirl’

Sarah Kuhn and Nicole Goux retell the story of the second Batgirl Cassandra Cain in a new graphic novel that is remarkably faithful to the original comics, and remarkably good.

Review: ‘Diana: Princess of The Amazons’

Diana, the little girl who will grow up to be Wonder Woman, tires of being the only kid on an island of immortal women, so she decides to try to literally make a new friend. Complications ensue, and lessons are learned in this new book by Shannon and Dean Hale and Victoria Ying.

Review: ‘Superman Smashes The Klan Part One’

Cartoonist Gene Luen Yang joins forces with the art team Gurihiru to adapt the most famous Superman radio serial into a new story in the character’s home medium.

Review: ‘Superman of Smallville’

Everyone’s gotta start somewhere, and for Superman, that somewhere was Smallville. Art Baltazar and Franco reintroduces us to the Man of Steel when he was still just a boy in their new original graphic novel, Superman of Smallville.