DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 5
Harley Quinn is center stage in the newest volume of the DC Super Hero Girls graphic novel series, DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 5: OUT OF THE BOTTLE!For an assignment in Ms. June Moone’s art class, the girls are working on their very own comic books. The character-created comic pages give us a glimpse into each girl’s personality. But Harley isn’t satisfied with her comics creation and thinks a little of Ms. Moone’s special paint will really help her drawings come to life! The problem? Harley’s drawings literally come to life! DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 5: OUT OF THE BOTTLE continues to develop the relationships forged in DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: FINALS CRISIS, HITS AND MYTHS, SUMMER OLYMPUS and PAST TIMES AT SUPER HERO HIGH. Written by Shea Fontana, this Harley-centric story is perfect for girls ages 6-12!

DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 5 Details

TitleDC Super Hero Girls Vol. 5
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 12th, 2017
PublisherDC Comics
ISBN-139781401274832
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Comics Manga, Fantasy, Supernatural, Childrens, Middle Grade

DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 5 Review

  • Ryan
    January 1, 1970
    I was expecting a play on Genie in the Bottle, and instead got a comic book heist, about a comic book heist. The girls of Super Hero High are working on graphic novels, but Harley gets into some magic paint and the comics come alive. Which may sound like fun, but in the comics each character is an evil doer instead of someone who fights for justice. This book is exactly what you expect to be when you pick it up. Cheese one liners, and a cartoon TV sensitivity. I will say the “messages” at the en I was expecting a play on Genie in the Bottle, and instead got a comic book heist, about a comic book heist. The girls of Super Hero High are working on graphic novels, but Harley gets into some magic paint and the comics come alive. Which may sound like fun, but in the comics each character is an evil doer instead of someone who fights for justice. This book is exactly what you expect to be when you pick it up. Cheese one liners, and a cartoon TV sensitivity. I will say the “messages” at the end are a little heavy for my taste.
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