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A new era of DC Super Hero Girls begins in DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High! A new era begins for the DC SUPER HERO GIRLS...but battling super-villains is easy compared to finding the right after-school club! Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are continually late to class because of their crime-fighting, and the principal is tired A new era of DC Super Hero Girls begins in DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High! A new era begins for the DC SUPER HERO GIRLS...but battling super-villains is easy compared to finding the right after-school club! Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are continually late to class because of their crime-fighting, and the principal is tired of hearing their excuses. These girls need to show more school spirit...or else they'll be suspended! Principal Chapin's demand that they each find an after-school club and stick with it for a whole week seems easy, until the girls get kicked out of the clubs they choose. Instead, they must think outside the box and step out of their comfort zones. As if having secret identities and balancing school with super-heroics didn't offer enough challenges! Amy Wolfram (Teen Titans, Teen Titans Go!) and Yancey Labat (DC Super Hero Girls) show off a new vision of the DC Super Hero Girls!


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A new era of DC Super Hero Girls begins in DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High! A new era begins for the DC SUPER HERO GIRLS...but battling super-villains is easy compared to finding the right after-school club! Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are continually late to class because of their crime-fighting, and the principal is tired A new era of DC Super Hero Girls begins in DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High! A new era begins for the DC SUPER HERO GIRLS...but battling super-villains is easy compared to finding the right after-school club! Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are continually late to class because of their crime-fighting, and the principal is tired of hearing their excuses. These girls need to show more school spirit...or else they'll be suspended! Principal Chapin's demand that they each find an after-school club and stick with it for a whole week seems easy, until the girls get kicked out of the clubs they choose. Instead, they must think outside the box and step out of their comfort zones. As if having secret identities and balancing school with super-heroics didn't offer enough challenges! Amy Wolfram (Teen Titans, Teen Titans Go!) and Yancey Labat (DC Super Hero Girls) show off a new vision of the DC Super Hero Girls!

30 review for DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High

  1. 5 out of 5

    Etienne

    I didn’t like this book at all. For me it was a generous 2/5. That being said, I totally see the potential for younger reader. It was an easy, colorful and fun «origin» story of teenage girls heroes. It is nothing out of a super-hero comic, but it’s more of a kid cartoon involving teen heroes. Can be good to introduce a new generation to those super-heroes. Like I said, good for kids but not sure the old school comic book veteran like myself will find much in it. Potential for kid 4/5, I will go I didn’t like this book at all. For me it was a generous 2/5. That being said, I totally see the potential for younger reader. It was an easy, colorful and fun «origin» story of teenage girls heroes. It is nothing out of a super-hero comic, but it’s more of a kid cartoon involving teen heroes. Can be good to introduce a new generation to those super-heroes. Like I said, good for kids but not sure the old school comic book veteran like myself will find much in it. Potential for kid 4/5, I will go with an average of 3/5.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Liliana Silva

    I really enjoy this book! The book focuses on the relationship between girls, their friendship, and how they deal with the real world, powerlessness, adapting and learning more about themselves!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    No thanks. I liked the previous Super Hero Girls well enough -- they weren't the best comics had to offer, by any means, but they offered a quick, fun read with kid friendly takes on popular characters. I was unsure about this version, as I wasn't sold on the art style, and the short I watched was subpar. But then, it wasn't like I was sure about the first iteration before I read it, so I tried to give it a fair shot. Yeah. That didn't last long. First, it's so boring that they appear to be at a No thanks. I liked the previous Super Hero Girls well enough -- they weren't the best comics had to offer, by any means, but they offered a quick, fun read with kid friendly takes on popular characters. I was unsure about this version, as I wasn't sold on the art style, and the short I watched was subpar. But then, it wasn't like I was sure about the first iteration before I read it, so I tried to give it a fair shot. Yeah. That didn't last long. First, it's so boring that they appear to be at a normal high school. Well, as normal as a school that has clubs meeting literally every day after school can be. A superhero school is way more fun and interesting. The reveal that characters who had been heroic in the previous iteration were now villains like in the source material bummed me out more than I would have thought. I don't know exactly why this bugged me so much -- maybe it was because it was one of the few original aspects the first series had, and now it's gone. And of course there is the artwork. I tried to get used to it, but for most of the characters it's a major downgrade, with maybe Supergirl as an exception. Yes, I know it's subjective and a matter of preference, but it makes Batgirl and Harley Quinn look even more ridiculously skinny, like anyone could snap them in half. There's more variations in body types, which is good, but most of them don't look impressive. Finally, there's even less story than usual. Blech. Do not recommend. The previous series was better, and it wasn't like it was a masterpiece.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Syryus 2.0

    Again, a nice graphic novel for children!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bethany

    SUPER HERO GIRLS brings us Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna as teenagers. When they aren't trying to save the world, they have to attend school like ordinary students. No using their powers. Follow all of the rules. No being late. When the group is late again to school after fighting a battle, the principal tells them they need to join an after-school club or get suspended. Not wanting it to go on their record or to get in trouble with their parents, the SUPER HERO GIRLS brings us Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna as teenagers. When they aren't trying to save the world, they have to attend school like ordinary students. No using their powers. Follow all of the rules. No being late. When the group is late again to school after fighting a battle, the principal tells them they need to join an after-school club or get suspended. Not wanting it to go on their record or to get in trouble with their parents, the girls decide it's best to join clubs. However, it doesn't work out like they hoped it would. Instead, it's a disaster. Not to mention the new villain that wants to make her mark in the villain world. This is a cute graphic novel for kids who might not know the backstories of each of the heroes and who want something light and fluffy. I do wish there was more depth to the story and think that the words should be a little bigger and easier to read. I like that each girl has their own unique personality and that it doesn't stop them from working so well together. Final Verdict: I would recommend this to fans of superheroes, DC icons, and fluffy high school stories with a twist of action. This review can also be found on YABC: https://www.yabookscentral.com/kidsfi...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Radclyffe U-Haul

    It's okay but frankly I miss the old DC Super Hero Girls comics :(

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michael A.

    First it is smaller than the Super Hero High School series of graphic novels, making the word balloons harder to read. I had to use a magnifying glass. The art has dropped into caricatures. .. Second it rewrites it to a regular school, not one for supers. Third all the characters like Harley Quinn, etc are back to being flat out villains, and Supergirl et al have their basic personalities rewritten for the worse. In short it has been transformed into a new version of Teen Titans Go!, a chaotic First it is smaller than the Super Hero High School series of graphic novels, making the word balloons harder to read. I had to use a magnifying glass. The art has dropped into caricatures. .. Second it rewrites it to a regular school, not one for supers. Third all the characters like Harley Quinn, etc are back to being flat out villains, and Supergirl et al have their basic personalities rewritten for the worse. In short it has been transformed into a new version of Teen Titans Go!, a chaotic satire of the super genre. If you like Teen titans Go!, you will like this. But as for me, I won't get future volumes.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kailey (BooksforMKs)

    Supergirl, Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are all required to join a school club to show their school spirit. They can barely find time to attend classes between superhero crime-fighting, so how will they find time to join club activities? They find out that it's harder than it seems to stay in a club without getting kicked out by their frustrated classmates. If they want to find a club where they can fit in and learn something new, they will have to change their Supergirl, Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are all required to join a school club to show their school spirit. They can barely find time to attend classes between superhero crime-fighting, so how will they find time to join club activities? They find out that it's harder than it seems to stay in a club without getting kicked out by their frustrated classmates. If they want to find a club where they can fit in and learn something new, they will have to change their thinking, especially when they are used to feeling capable and super at everything. I enjoyed this graphic novel so much! The character development is wonderful, and I liked how the various plot lines wove around and finally resolved together. The super girls join clubs where they are either TOO good at the activity, risking revealing their powers, or they join a club where they are really terrible at the activity, and they feel stupid and incompetent. The best part about this story is the adorable friendships between all the super girls! They are all so different, with different powers, abilities, personalities, and interests, but they love and support each other through everything, and not just in their crime-fighting missions. They really come together to inspire and encourage one another, and I loved the caring dynamic they shared. The story focuses slightly more on Supergirl, as she struggles with feeling inadequate for the expectations that are put on her. They all have a lot of pressure on them, both in their crime-fighting and in regular school, and it was wonderful to see how they learn to deal with that pressure and ask for help when they need it. I loved the cartoony art! It's really colorful and bright, with great action and easy to read dialogue. I loved the characters' style; their costumes, hair, and facial expressions really brought them to life. The art made it so easy to get lost in the story! I found it difficult at first to keep track of all the super girls and remember who was who. There are seven of them, and that's a lot of main characters to be introduced all at once in the beginning. I wish I could have started reading from the beginning of this series, although I think each book in the series is supposed to work as a stand-alone. Of course, I was already familiar with Batgirl, Wonder Woman, and Supergirl, but I didn't know a lot about Green Lantern or Bumblebee, and I had barely heard of Zatanna before. I wish that there was a little more introductory information about these characters for those of us who like superheros but don't know everything in the DC universe yet. I'm still learning and discovering all these great characters! I found it almost impossible to follow who all the villains are. I recognized Harley Quinn, Catwoman, Lena Luthor, Livewire, and Ivy, but I had no clue who the other two were, and it was never really explained in the story what their powers are, or who they are, or where they come from, or what they want. That's a lot of villains to be running around together and no explanation about why they are working together or anything. Maybe that is explained in other books in the series, but a recap would have been nice. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Aeicha

    Being a super hero is hard enough, but for Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, Supergirl, Batgirl, and Zatanna they must balance their super hero lives with protecting their super hero identities, all while navigating the world of high school...and they haven’t been doing too great lately. So, their principal tells each girl she must join an after-school club for a whole week, then report on what they’ve learned, or it’s bye-bye Metropolis High. Can the girls save themselves? Amy Wolfram and Being a super hero is hard enough, but for Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, Supergirl, Batgirl, and Zatanna they must balance their super hero lives with protecting their super hero identities, all while navigating the world of high school...and they haven’t been doing too great lately. So, their principal tells each girl she must join an after-school club for a whole week, then report on what they’ve learned, or it’s bye-bye Metropolis High. Can the girls save themselves? Amy Wolfram and Yancey Labat’s middle-grade DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High is an engaging new graphic novel, full of laughs, relatable characters, fun artwork, and age-appropriate action. Set in the same universe as the DC Super Hero Girls animated series (on Cartoon Network), DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High excitedly explores a hip, fresh new take on these beloved super heroines. Wolfram infuses the story with a lot of clever laughs, cool super hero tech, thrilling action sequences, relatable teenage moments, and captivating character development. Young readers will enjoy and appreciate the excellent way the story focuses on the girls as both super heroes and complex teenage girls, and the fun, messy, never-boring-way, their two worlds collide. Labat’s bold, energetic, and expressive artwork perfectly captures all the humor, thrills, and heart within the story. With a refreshing take on beloved characters, cool action and fun thrills, charming illustrations, and an empowering message, DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High is sure to delight, amuse, and entertain young readers!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kate Waggoner

    @kidlitexchange #partner Thank you to @dccomics and @dczoombooks for an advance copy of DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High written by Amy Wolfram and illustrated by Yancey Labat. This graphic novel was released October 15, 2019. All opinions are my own. Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are constantly late to school. Upon their most recent tardy, their principal gives them an ultimatum: join an after school club and give a presentation at the end of the @kidlitexchange #partner Thank you to @dccomics and @dczoombooks for an advance copy of DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High written by Amy Wolfram and illustrated by Yancey Labat. This graphic novel was released October 15, 2019. All opinions are my own. Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are constantly late to school. Upon their most recent tardy, their principal gives them an ultimatum: join an after school club and give a presentation at the end of the week explaining what they've learned or be expelled. Each girl initially gets kicked out of the first club she joins and has to find a new club and a way to make it to the end of the week. This was a quick and fun read. I love that it focuses on female heroes. Additionally, there is a big focus on learning to balance their school life with their out of school life. While many readers don't have secrete identities and super powers, they can relate to the stress of having to balance their school work with their after school activities. There is also a focus on teamwork and friendship and positive messages about both. The girls learn to use their strengths to help with each other's weaknesses. They encourage each other and work together to not only fight crime but also to make it through their after school clubs. My students love graphic novels and heroes. I have a feeling this book would be a hit in my classroom library.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Court

    I read these with my niece, and we were both really enjoying the continuity established by Shea Fontana's comics and the cartoon movies. While it's good to see characters like Zatanna and Jessica Cruz, and some variations in skin color and body type amongst the characters, I find this version of DCSHG very sub par in comparison. The girls and the stories are one dimensional punch ups and frenetic battles instead of stories about friendship and forgiveness and a lot of other topics my niece found I read these with my niece, and we were both really enjoying the continuity established by Shea Fontana's comics and the cartoon movies. While it's good to see characters like Zatanna and Jessica Cruz, and some variations in skin color and body type amongst the characters, I find this version of DCSHG very sub par in comparison. The girls and the stories are one dimensional punch ups and frenetic battles instead of stories about friendship and forgiveness and a lot of other topics my niece found really relatable. it was interesting to see villains as teens who weren't written off as "bad" and there was no sexist rivalry like there is in these (the Star Sapphire/Hal stuff is just gross). We both liked the references to the bigger DC universe (and man were there some surprising deep dives!) AS well as all the familiar faces in Super Hero High, rather than the same old hiding identities stories. It's a shame and I will really miss the previous books. ARC acquired at ALA Annual 2019, provided by DC Comics/DC Zoom.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jill Jemmett

    I love the DC Super Hero Girls graphic novels. It’s great to see these familiar characters interacting in their high school. This graphic novel was a little different from the other DC Super Hero Girls books I’ve read because the girls were divided into groups of super heroes versus villains. They are usually a big group of friends, not divided. This was part of the storyline, because the superhero girls were getting in trouble for being late at school, but the villain girls somehow always made I love the DC Super Hero Girls graphic novels. It’s great to see these familiar characters interacting in their high school. This graphic novel was a little different from the other DC Super Hero Girls books I’ve read because the girls were divided into groups of super heroes versus villains. They are usually a big group of friends, not divided. This was part of the storyline, because the superhero girls were getting in trouble for being late at school, but the villain girls somehow always made it there on time, even when they were wrecking havoc. A funny part of this graphic novel was that the teachers were never shown. They weren’t even given dialogue. This reminded me of Charlie Brown, where the teachers and adults only make noises, but we never actually understand what they’re saying. This made the students the focus of the story, rather than what the teachers were telling them. I really enjoyed this graphic novel! Thank you DC Comics for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  13. 4 out of 5

    RedPoppyReading

    @kidlitexchange #partner “DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High,” by Amy Wolfram and Yancy Labat is a fun graphic novel about friendship and teamwork! Our favorite Super Hero Girls are in trouble with the school principal and forced to join after school clubs when they would rather be fighting crime. Their first attempt at choosing clubs turns out be a disaster because they chose clubs that they are too good at, then they pick clubs that do not match their superpowers and each learn something @kidlitexchange #partner “DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High,” by Amy Wolfram and Yancy Labat is a fun graphic novel about friendship and teamwork! Our favorite Super Hero Girls are in trouble with the school principal and forced to join after school clubs when they would rather be fighting crime. Their first attempt at choosing clubs turns out be a disaster because they chose clubs that they are too good at, then they pick clubs that do not match their superpowers and each learn something new. In the end they realize how much they need each other and all they can do when they work together. Don’t worry, they stop some bad guys in the story too! Pick it up on October 15, 2019. For ages 8-12, but my five-year-old also loved it as a read aloud. Thanks to the author and publisher for sharing this book with #kidlitexchange and thanks to the @kidlitexchange network for the review copy of this book – all opinions are my own.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for a review. This is a really cute introduction to graphic novels/comics for younger ages. I teach middle grades and i could see this being popular with the 8-10 year old crowd. This book focused on a group of teenage superhero girls and their experiences learning to balance life between superhero antics and high school. They are often late to class because of their superhero duties so the principal insists that they join I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for a review. This is a really cute introduction to graphic novels/comics for younger ages. I teach middle grades and i could see this being popular with the 8-10 year old crowd. This book focused on a group of teenage superhero girls and their experiences learning to balance life between superhero antics and high school. They are often late to class because of their superhero duties so the principal insists that they join after school clubs. The lessons portrayed in the next session are great lessons for children of this age group as they struggle to find their place in the world. I enjoyed this story about the female superheroes and expect that my students would enjoy it too.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Theediscerning

    Origin story? What origin story? This book for the under-tens takes a bundle of badly-drawn juvenile superheroes, whether we have ever met them or not, and makes them do after-school activities, so they can't use the powers we came along to watch them use. But luckily enough Ms Luthor is around to pep things up, as are other various other people from school they somehow fail to recognise… Gaudy, childish and rather weak, this is another failure for the incipient DC Zoom imprint, much along the Origin story? What origin story? This book for the under-tens takes a bundle of badly-drawn juvenile superheroes, whether we have ever met them or not, and makes them do after-school activities, so they can't use the powers we came along to watch them use. But luckily enough Ms Luthor is around to pep things up, as are other various other people from school they somehow fail to recognise… Gaudy, childish and rather weak, this is another failure for the incipient DC Zoom imprint, much along the lines of the Superman one. So what if it piggybacks on a TV cartoon where you can work out who is who, this should be a lot more self-contained, easy and interesting, whatever the audience.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Vantine

    Other reviewers were right when they said it had a Breakfast Club feel. Primarily female characters trying to navigate discovering themselves and how they fit into the world within the restrictions of high school. Engaging art. Definitely aimed at the younger set (under 10 yrs old). Despite having a "message" it was not terribly preachy. Would appeal to those who like stories about friendship and school in addition to those seeking stories about their favorite character. There are introductory Other reviewers were right when they said it had a Breakfast Club feel. Primarily female characters trying to navigate discovering themselves and how they fit into the world within the restrictions of high school. Engaging art. Definitely aimed at the younger set (under 10 yrs old). Despite having a "message" it was not terribly preachy. Would appeal to those who like stories about friendship and school in addition to those seeking stories about their favorite character. There are introductory books about the DC SuperHero girls which might be a better place to start for those who are not familiar with the series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Clara

    Super fun book ! I like this iteration of the DC Super Hero Girls as much as I like the original one and I'm never disappointed even though the stories are quite simple and meant for kids. I like the cartoon a lot and this felt like watching an episode so it was really great. The overall story arch was fun, I liked how it mixed their high school life and super heroing, and Lena Luthor is amazingly bonkers. As a Supergirl fan, this was a nice read as it didn't shy away from her complicated Super fun book ! I like this iteration of the DC Super Hero Girls as much as I like the original one and I'm never disappointed even though the stories are quite simple and meant for kids. I like the cartoon a lot and this felt like watching an episode so it was really great. The overall story arch was fun, I liked how it mixed their high school life and super heroing, and Lena Luthor is amazingly bonkers. As a Supergirl fan, this was a nice read as it didn't shy away from her complicated feelings while still staying mostly light hearted.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Denise (ramblingoutloud)

    This was a sweet graphic novel. I love me some superheroes and it was fun to read about them in their teens. I recognized most of them, even though I'm not a hardcore comic reader. The illustrations were light and went well with the all around feel of the story. I really think this would suit middle grade-kids well. There's friendship, superpowers, villains, action and rubber ducks - what more could you ask for? Thank you Netgalley and DC Entertainment for the free copy!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mehsi

    I received this graphic novel from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. All in all, I still had fun reading it though I was quite confused. I miss that our girls are barely interacting outside of their friend group, that is what I loved in the Shea Fontana series, everyone was together and no matter if they were going to be baddies or not they were friends. I won't be continuing this series. Review to come in October.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Xander Kennedy

    Not quite as fun as the other version of DC Super Hero Girls. My kids and I prefer it when the likes of Poison Ivy, Catwoman, Harley Quinn, etc. are included among the heroes. Still, I guess it was an OK little tale.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kat Carty

    This Super fun and cute book has an adorable message about friendship and trying new things. The art and style of storytelling reminds me of the new My little pony series. I think this comic is perfect for building a new Graphic Novel section in a library.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    A total reboot of the franchise. I'm sorry I don't like this incarnation quite as well. I certainly don't like the art as well. Maybe this is bringing it in closer to the cartoon?

  23. 5 out of 5

    Charlie Byers

    My 4yo *loves* this book, and it's a nice taste of comic book fandom for kids. Good story, well-realized characters, and great artwork. Recommended.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Love the new art style! A fun and light read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Claiborne

    Super cute book with a great message. Love the illustrations! This will make a great addition to our graphic novel collection.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Chris Aylott

    Nothing exceptional, but a fun reboot of the DC Super Hero Girls line for younger readers. I enjoy the many background cameos as much as the leads.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Michaela

    This was a cute shot story, however somethings didn't land quit right with me. First, it should be known that I am in the camp of being a fan of the old animation style of the Youtube shorts and not this new cartoon. It just looked better in my opinion. I really didn't like what they did with Super Girl's personality in this story. It was vastly different from how we usually see her and did not work. If you are looking to get antiquated with different super heroes that are a little lesser known This was a cute shot story, however somethings didn't land quit right with me. First, it should be known that I am in the camp of being a fan of the old animation style of the Youtube shorts and not this new cartoon. It just looked better in my opinion. I really didn't like what they did with Super Girl's personality in this story. It was vastly different from how we usually see her and did not work. If you are looking to get antiquated with different super heroes that are a little lesser known I would recommend this , but otherwise the previous comics were better.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

    This book was received as an ARC from DC Entertainment - DC Zoom in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. Being a superfan of the DC Super Hero Girls and the comic book series, I was so excited to preview this comic because I knew this adventure would be just as exciting than the last. When it comes to school, superheroes always struggle with protecting their secret identity and when school becomes trouble, they must think on their This book was received as an ARC from DC Entertainment - DC Zoom in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. Being a superfan of the DC Super Hero Girls and the comic book series, I was so excited to preview this comic because I knew this adventure would be just as exciting than the last. When it comes to school, superheroes always struggle with protecting their secret identity and when school becomes trouble, they must think on their feet and get creative to stay in school and remain secret. The artwork in this series is so whimsical and breathtaking that it almost seems unreal that a series such as this exists. I know our teen book club will go crazy for this new release like they loved the rest of the series. We will consider adding this title to our graphic novel collection at the library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Andréa

    Note: I received an ARC of this book from the publisher at ALA Annual 2019.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shawn

    Felt like we dropped into the middle of the story and didn't quite find the beginning. Read this with my daughter and she LOVES Superhero girls, but because of that she had a hard time connecting with this reboot. The story itself wasn't bad, although the end had a very 'Breakfast Club' feel. The moral of the story was a good one, but I wonder if there wasn't a bit much distraction from the main storyline to really get the impact. Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for the opportunity to Felt like we dropped into the middle of the story and didn't quite find the beginning. Read this with my daughter and she LOVES Superhero girls, but because of that she had a hard time connecting with this reboot. The story itself wasn't bad, although the end had a very 'Breakfast Club' feel. The moral of the story was a good one, but I wonder if there wasn't a bit much distraction from the main storyline to really get the impact. Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this comic.

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