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Review: Swamp Thing: Twin Branches

Swamp Thing: Twin Branches cover

Swamp Thing: Twin Branches features less swamp monster and more Alec Holland than usual…twice the Alec, as YA author Maggie Stiefvater gives Alec a new twin brother.

ArkhaManiacs | Review

ArkhaManiacs cover

Arkham Asylum becomes Arkham Apartments in Art Baltazar and Franco’s ArkhaManiacs, which reimagines Batman’s worst villains as eccentric neighbors who have a few things to teach young Bruce Wayne.

Justice League Unlimited: Time After Time | Review

Cover of Justice League Unlimited

DC Comics’ greatest heroes adventure in the past, present and future in Justice League Unlimited: Time After Time, which collects time travel-themed stories from the publisher’s millennial kid-friendly comics.

Batman Adventures: Nightwing and Batgirl Return

Batman: The Animated Series’ Batgirl and Nightwing return in a pair of collections of evergreen late-nineties comics that should pleases fans of the characters’ ,more recent interpretations.

Graphic Novels to Watch Out For in 2021

Here’s a glimpse of what next year will look like with cover reveals of three upcoming middle-grade graphic novels.

Review: ‘Teen Titans Go! To Camp!’

Sholly Fisch and Marcelo DiChiara send the Titans to summer camp on Apokolips in a new graphic novel that attempts the nigh impossible feat of translating the Teen Titans Go! cartoon into comics.

Review: Primer

book cover

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.