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Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries Vol. 1 | Review

The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries Vol. 1 finds The Dark Knight Detective reteaming with the cowardly canine and teen ghost-breakers on a regular basis.

Batman and Robin and Howard | Review

Robin Damian Wayne is starting at a new school, where he’s surprised to learn that he may not actually be the smartest and most athletic student. That role might already be filled by a boy named Howard. Can the two rivals become friends in time to save Damian’s dad Batman from a new soccer-themed villain?

Wonderful Women of the World | Review

DC resurrects the Golden Age feature Wonder Women of History as Wonder Women of the World, an anthology of short comics biographies of inspirational women by inspirational female comics creators.

Justice League Unlimited: Girl Power | Review

Justice League Unlimited: Girl Power presents eight female-fronted Justice League stories starring the likes of Zatanna, Mary Marvel, Gypsy and Natasha Irons.

Metropolis Grove | Review

Is Superman living in the woods behind a suburban development? That’s what the kids in Drew Brockington’s Metropolis Grove want to find out, but the answer is more bizarre than they could imagine.

Dear DC Super-Villains | Review

Even the baddest of the bad guys get fan mail, and in Dear DC Super-Villains Michael Northrop and Gustavo Duarte reveal the kinds of questions that kids ask the Legion of Doom

Nubia: Real One | Review

L.L. McKinney and Robyn Smith’s Nubia: Real One finds a young woman with Wonder Woman’s powers living in the real world, which is no fairy tale. Even for an Amazon princess.

Flash Facts | Review

The Flash leads a score of DC superheroes (and just as many comics creators) in Flash Facts, a winning anthology of explanatory science embedded in light superhero adventures.

Justice League Unlimited: Hocus Pocus | Review

Doctor Fate, Zatanna, Deadman and DC’s magical heroes take the spotlight in Justice League Unlimited: Hocus Pocus, the latest themed collection of the new reader-friendly, mid-aughts super-comic.

Batman Adventures: Robin, The Boy Wonder | Review

Batman Adventures: Robin, The Boy Wonder makes the world’s greatest sidekick the latest recipient of a character-focused collection of evergreen stories