DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 2: Hits And Myths

DC Super Hero Girls Vol Hits And Myths None

  • Title: DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 2: Hits And Myths
  • Author: Shea Fontana Yancey Labat
  • ISBN: 9781401267612
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Who wouldn't want to attend a super fun slumber party at Themyscira? All of the superheroes at Super Hero High are super pumped for a slumber party this weekendat is, until things start to go wrong. Batgirl's Batplane goes missing. Professor Etrigan is nowhere to be found and all signs point to him having stolen the Batplanebut why?This is another cute installment in this graphic novel series. It continues to show the superheroes honing their skills and learning to work together to achieve a com [...]

    2. Still very, very cute, but not quite as fun as the first volume had been. That's fine, I'm sure that the target audience will love to read this and then act out the story with the companion dolls. And the art is still great.

    3. This is the second book in the DC Superhero Girls series. It introduces even more characters we know and love, and provides an easy way of identifying those characters through the “roll call” in the front of the book. It doesn’t start with the most straightforward opening, it more through you into the action, which I guess might confuse some kids, but if they have read the first book or seen the show, they should understand.I thought the book had two shining qualities. One, it introduces c [...]

    4. Teniendo en cuenta que es una historia dirigida a un público infantil, me ha gustado más de lo que me esperaba. Como entrelazan su aventura actual de llegar a la fiesta de Wonder Woman con la Odisea me pareció interesante. Al igual que el misterio de la desaparición del batplane, que estuvo sorprendentemente bien llevado y con una trama bastante consistente.Las dos únicas pegas que le pongo son el cameo de Raven, que creo que merecía algo más de resolución (que la invitaran a Superhero h [...]

    5. The only reason I read this was to fulfill the "superhero comic with a female lead" item on the #ReadHarder reading challenge. It was the item on the list I was least looking forward to as I have zero interest in superhero comics, and I usually find them way too overstimulating. However, I was pleasantly surprised by this series. It was just a whole lot of fun, and I think I would've really enjoyed this volume when I was in middle school and going through my Greek mythology phase. I might even b [...]

    6. This is my favourite of the first three books in this series so far, with a fourth coming out this Fall. Lots of stuff going on without a moment's downtime. A plethora of almost every female superhero you can think of and no shortage of males or villains either. The book loosely follows aspects of "The Odyssey" by Homer while the main plot is the theft of Batgirl's batplane and the kidnapping of a teacher. The action never lets up from the first page to the last. I do have to mention a disparagi [...]

    7. Not the best book in the series. It is full of cliched lines, and unbelievable story, even for a kids graphic novel. The entire team is on the lookout for Batgirl’s plane. They have a slumber party at Wonder Woman’s that they must get too. It was a lot of girl fighting, and I expect better. This title was all Miss and no Hits.

    8. A great introduction to these characters for younger girls (and guys). Lots of situational comedy. However, I found it strange that they made Black Canary a villain (while keeping so many other characters as superheroes who do not end up becoming superheroes). I also thought the entire side story of battle of the bands was unnecessary. Fun read.

    9. ik vond de eerste volume erg leuk en deze was ook weer leuk. er zat actie in maar ook humor en ben dol op onze helden. je hebt een jonge Katana, wonder woman, supergirl, batgirl, poison ivy, bumblebee, HArley Quinn en beast boy en in dit deel zelf een jonge Flash en hawkgirl. verheug me nu al op volume drie die aan het einde van het jaar uitkomt.

    10. This series is so much fucking fun, especially for adults. There are so many cameos and hidden jokes. The jokes are punderful. So stop being serious and read about tween heroes.

    11. Still very fun - I really love the art and colors in this series - though I think I preferred the first one's story a bit more.

    12. This a cute toned down version of the normal characters aimed at pre-teens. Love the characters and I can't wait until my grand-daughter is old enough to appreciate this series.

    13. The perfect balance of friendship, independence, school story, and action in a volume perfect for a fledging superhero fan, and a more experienced comic reader alike. I loved it.

    14. The DC SuperHero girls are going to have a sleepover at Wonder Woman's home, but they need Batgirl's batplane to get there and it is missing. The ladies are off on a quest to find the batplane, and their adventures strangely mirror those in The Odessey which they were reading in class earlier.The series of adventures in this actually form one coherent plot. (That doesn't always happen in a comic book collection.) It's fun and clean with superhero action. There's an entertaining story. And it mak [...]

    15. DC SuperHero Girls: Hits and Myths is a children’s graphic novel written by Shea Fontana and illustrated by Yancey Labat. It is the second volume of the series. The first volume was Final Crisis, which I did not read. “Intro to Epics” is one of Wonder Woman’s favorite classes at DC Super Hero High, but even for an overachiever, balancing high school literature assignments with learning to be a superhero can be tough. But you know what they say about learning, experience is the best teach [...]

    16. Not my favorite I didn't really find anything compelling about this series based off of the television series.

    17. We read this about twice a day, and while I'm still not a comic book convert, I appreciate the straightforward, powerful and thoughtful characters in the D.C. superhero girls series. This one focuses on the theft of Batgirl's Batjet and there are fewer leaps of logic/knowledge of comic book conventions necessary than in most graphic novels. I wish I could just let go of my confusion about so many of the characters being good guys despite my understanding of them as bad guys (Harley Quinn, Poison [...]

    18. Yes! A new DC Super Hero Girls Volume! I just love these, so much fun to see all my favourite heroes and villains in one book/world. :) Often at the same school even!This time we have a stolen Batplane, Odyssey books (and some more deeper story about it), demons, and much more. At times I was a bit bored, but then the pace picked up again and I was back to being fully immersed in the story.I was delighted to see some new characters, including Raven, who is a big favourite of mine. I hope we do s [...]

    19. Things I Absolutely Loved About This:-The Odyssey starring all the DC Super Hero Girls (it was perfectly cast. and also teaches people the story of the Odyssey in a fun way. Plus, it connects great with Wonder Woman.)-Gorilla Grodd is the vice principal. WHAT EVEN-The Flash. Oh my gosh the Flash is hilarious. He's such a dork. (Always.) BUT Oh my.-So. Many. Puns. I'm in pun heaven.-all the DC characters in a high school setting. It's so funny. and adorable.-AMANDA WALLER IS THE PRINCIPAL OF THE [...]

    20. I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This series is so much fun! The fact that the art style is rather cutesy instead of your typical comic book art style might make it more accessible to people who feel intimidated by the vast size of the Marvel and DC universes but wanted to get into superhero comics anyway. It's obviously lovely to see all of our beloved DC heroines united in this series, and since there's not really any overlying arc, y [...]

    21. I adored the first volume of Super Hero Girls, so I was a tad disappointed to find that the second volume was slightly cheesier and not quite as clever. But the main story line was fairly solid--Wonder Woman's life strangely echoes The Odyssey as Diana and her friends battle sirens and the underworld to make it back to Themyscira for a sleepover. Still guaranteed to be a hit with its tween audience.

    22. I LOVE reading these little graphic novels. The DC Superhero Girls is something that I think was desperately needed as it sheds light on some of the lesser known DC characters.My only qualm with this one was that they made Black Canary a bad guy. Canary is a LEGENDARY DC hero, and I don't understand why they would want to change that for one graphic novel.

    23. Not sure what this was suppose to be but I got the eARC from Edelweiss and it was mainly just illustrations with very little to read. It had some captions of what each charcter was which would be interesting for beginners but the graphic novel part was just cool illustrations. Maybe I didn't get the whole thing in my download?? But the illustrations were really good.

    24. Good artwork and a better storyline than the previous edition in the series, Finals Crisis. Just wondering how Harley Quinn can be presented as a young Superhero Girl when she doesn't take on this alter-ego until meeting The Joker as an adult psychiatrist?

    25. Not really that much to this story, but I appreciate the various shows of camaraderie. Keeley gets a kick out of them too.I still can't figure out why they don't use Catwoman more.

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