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DC Super Hero Girls: Finals Crisis (edition 2016)

by Shea Fontana (Author), Yancey Labat (Illustrator)

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Title:DC Super Hero Girls: Finals Crisis
Authors:Shea Fontana (Author)
Other authors:Yancey Labat (Illustrator)
Info:DC (2016), 128 pages
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This series is fun and especially recommended for young girls who are keen on superheroes. The characters don't follow canon at all but they are cute, funny, and exciting. I like the cartoony art but the manga eyes are a bit annoying. This story sees the girls preparing for their finals. Each chapter shows a hero girl prepping for finals before being kidnapped by a mysterious villain. It's pretty easy to guess who the bad guy is early on but at the end, the girls learn a lesson about teamwork. ( )
  ElizaJane | Jul 21, 2017 |
I think that part of the weirdness about this book for me was that it wasn't actually created for me. I had women that I looked up to when I was a pre-teen and teen, and I still look up to those women. I don't necessarily need a book like this to be there for me too.

Still. Even though it wasn't written with my age (let's go with over 25) I enjoyed the story because it had many of my favorites. From Poison Ivy to Harley, to Supergirl and Batgirl (although, um, why is James Gordon a teacher there and not the head of Security or something?) It was interesting (and well done) how they went through each of the girls and how they were as students, not to mention what their academic weaknesses/power weaknesses were, and then they each had to face those weaknesses.

I will say that I wasn't too surprised by the 'bad guy' in it unfortunately. But, I did like the story that was the backstory for the 'bad guy'.

One thing that depressed me was Bumblebee. Not because she was in it, I liked her story. But, I would have loved to see Vixen in there too, or any other non-white hero so that it wasn't just Bumblebee and Katana in there. (And, if you can apparently have a Flash in there, why not have Bunker in there, or Victor?)

I got this galley through Netgalley on behalf of DC Comics. ( )
  DanieXJ | Aug 9, 2016 |
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