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First Preview of Mera: Tidebreaker by Danielle Page and Stephen Byrne

Danielle Page and Stephen Byrne‘s first graphic novel for DC’s young adult reader imprint, DC Ink, stars a certain Queen of the sea. Out in April, Bleeding Cool has the new cover of Mera: Tidebreaker and the first few pages. Princess Mera is teenage royalty and heir to the throne of Xebel, a penal colony ruled by […]


DC Ink and DC Zoom Imprints Delayed, Will Now Launch in 2019

Uh, remember when we said that DC had “locked down” the publishing dates for their new publishing imprints geared respectively at Young Readers and Young Adults, DC Zoom and DC ink? Well, it turns out that “locked down” doesn’t mean what we thought it did. At the Diamond Retailer Summit at C2E2 Thursday morning, DC […]


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Publishing Dates for DC Zoom and DC Ink Titles Locked Down

Revealed at the comic book retailer advocacy summit, ComicsPRO, being held at Portland this week, DC Comics laid out the schedule for some of the DC Zoom and DC Kids titles they revealed earlier in the month at the American Libraries Association event. And while some of the months were mentioned, we didn’t get the […]


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Marie Lu to Adapt Her Own Batman Novel, Nightwalker, as a Graphic Novel

At the American Library Association meet for the launch of the DC Ink and DC Zoom line for younger readers, for the Young Adult Zoom line, they announced that Marie Lu would be adapting her own Batman: Nightwalker novel as a graphic novel for November next year. Here’s the listing: Before he was Batman, he was […]

wonder woman: Tempest Tossed

A Teenage Wonder Woman Becomes a Refugee in Laurie Halse Anderson’s ‘Tempest Tossed’

At the American Library Association meet for the launch of the DC Ink and DC Zoom line for younger readers, for the Young Adult Zoom line, DC announced Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed by the Speak and Chains writer Laurie Halse Anderson. With a 15-year-old Wonder Woman on Paradise Island who sees drowning refugees and disobeys her mother Hippolyta to rescue […]







Batman Tales: Once Upon a Crime

Return to Li’l Gotham with Batman Tales: Once Upon a Crime

Derek Fridolfs and Dustin Nguyen were on hand at the American Library Association meet for the launch of the DC Ink and DC Zoom line for younger readers. With an audience familiar with their Li’l Gotham work, Nguyen mentioned that he told his editor Hank Kanalz that he was going to draw this comic anyway, […]


Michael Northrop on How Being a Sports Reporter Led to Writing ‘Dear Justice League’

At the American Library Association meet, DC Comics announced their new imprints DC Ink and DC Zoom. Including TombQuest’s Michael Northrop‘s graphic novel Dear Justice League, based on his work as a sports reporter. He observed the differences in the behaviour and attitude that sports players exhibited, regarding a question he asked as opposed to a […]


Superman of Smallville by Art Franco and Baltazar – With a Dad Who Looks Like Josh Snyder

Superman Of Smallville is a new comic from Tiny Titans and Aw Yeah team, Art Franco and Baltazar from the DC Zoom line. They were on hand to announce their new project at the American Library Association meet, along with the announcement of the lines. Superman Of Smallville will be a clean slate and intended to be read by those who have never read a Superman comic before, of […]