DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster!

DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster!

From the highly successful multimedia pop culture property comes DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: DATE WITH DISASTER!, starring one of its most popular characters, Batgirl. Catwoman is out alone on the prowl one night when KABOOM--an explosion at S.T.A.R. Labs rouses the other girls from their slumber. Star students Batgirl and Lois Lane both know the lab incident is fishy, and they me From the highly successful multimedia pop culture property comes DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: DATE WITH DISASTER!, starring o...

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Title:DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster!
Author:Shea Fontana
Rating:
Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401278787
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster! Reviews

  • Lizz
    Feb 12, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

  • Xander Kennedy
    Mar 12, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

  • Kellee
    Apr 16, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

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  • Heather
    Mar 26, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

  • Sunny Carito
    Feb 05, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

  • Beth Cataldo
    Apr 29, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

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    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Denise
    Jan 17, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

  • Jillyn
    Feb 17, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

  • Ryan
    Oct 27, 2017

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

  • Lauren Paletta
    Mar 10, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • M.L.D.
    Feb 12, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

  • Heather Rochon
    Feb 06, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

  • Bran Pendergrass
    Dec 22, 2017

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

  • Court
    Aug 08, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Mary Zambales
    May 02, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Jill Jemmett
    Feb 10, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

  • Jana
    Feb 06, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

  • Sam (RiverMooseReads)
    Apr 01, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

  • Rachel McKitterick
    Feb 10, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

  • ✨
    Jul 09, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

  • Veronica
    Jan 28, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

  • Catherine
    Jun 23, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

  • Charity Rau
    May 05, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

    ...

    ...

  • Nicole Sobon
    Jan 19, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

  • Michael A.
    Sep 10, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Amber Webb
    Nov 05, 2017

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

  • Reegan
    Mar 01, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

    ...

  • Audrey
    Jul 17, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Steven
    Mar 29, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

  • Kaylabookworm22 L
    May 16, 2018

    I'm in love with the idea of this series. Admittedly, I even own a Harley Quinn Super Hero Girls doll. I think it's a fun way to make classic DC Comic book characters more approachable to a wider audience. Even though it's recommended audience is girls aged 6-12, I think it's fun eno...

    This one is probably tied with Finals Crisis as my favorite DCSHG book. It contains a lying government official who thinks he has the power to do anything he wants in the interest of ?safety? and the ethics of accurate reporting in journalism in order to create an informed citizenr...

    I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads Giveaway! 4 Stars To be honest, a lot of my review for Batgirl At Superhero High could apply to this graphic novel volume -I like the idea of these books, making superheroes for girls too, not just books. Encouraging reading wi...

    There?s nothing that I love more than an awesome and positive display of girl power. In a world bogged down with male heroes, its so refreshing to see the ladies of DC Comics take the much deserved spotlight. Not only do the DC Super Hero Girls always save the day, but they never fai...

    This has been on my to-read list for a bit now, and given that I'm stuck in bed sick, I finally had time to give it a read. What's so wonderful about the DC Super Hero Girls series is that it presents fun and relatable heroes for the younger demographic to look up to. The ability t...

    I bought this on a whim because it looked cute and most of all, Lois Lane had an arc! Even better?it was a journalism arc! I loved seeing her featured as an integral character to the story. Despite the sexism thrown her way, she used her intrepid reporting skills and support from her...

    This is another great story about the DC Super Hero Girls! One of the great things about this book is that it featured some non-superhero characters along with the Super Hero Girls. Lois Lane and Commissioner Gordon played an important part in this story. They don?t have super pow...

    This was really cute. Great way to get young kids into DC comics in a fun way and give them good role models to look up to. This wasn't the first novel in the series, so I was a little confused by some of it, as weird as that is to say about a kids book. Mostly, I was just surprised ...

    The every-kid pathos of the previous books in the series doesn't figure as large in this one but it's an interesting step towards what makes someone a superhero rather than a super villain, a big question in a series where canonically ambiguous (though mostly evil) characters like Pois...

    ARC via Netgalley. I haven't read any of the other Super Hero Girls books, but this one was ADORABLE. Very kid-friendly, but a fun plot, and the art is a lovely, clean style with engaging colors. I will say that I felt there was a missed opportunity to give Harley and Ivy a romantic mo...

    I received a copy of this book to preview from NetGalley. I have read DC Superhero books in the past and found them clever and entertaining. This one however felt a little scattered and forced. Maybe there are too many characters now and so to have them all interject throughout the ...

    *thank you to Netgalley and DC Entertainment for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 4 stars. Such a fun read. This will appeal to younger girls. I found the story plot interesting enough to hold my attention. I really enjoyed seeing all my favourite female supe...

    ***I was provided this ARC by Netgalley for an honest review*** The graphics were really cute and the girls were adorable but the storyline was just blah. I lost focus several times and did not want to finish the story. I have never really read comics before and this one did not ins...

    Another cute additon to the the DC Super Hero Girls collection. Love the focus on batgirl (as she is my personal favorite). However, I think they could have utilized the side characters a little more this time around. Do like that catwoman finally had a speaking role in this. If you ...

    This title comes of much better than the rest of the series. The girls are not as whiny, and don?t worry as much about ?superhero lines?. They get into the action of saving Metropolis and it works. This time we get introduced to new characters, and learn how Ivy gained her powers...

    I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I adore this series. The characters are fantastic, the drawing style is so cute and the plot is always interesting and action-packed. Absolutely fantastic. ...

    Fontana does it again with DC Super Hero Girls: Date with Disaster. The graphic novel is quick and easy to read and the different dates set up throughout the book help move the story along. We love DC Super Hero Girls in our house, so this book was an easy win! ...

    I appreciated that Catwoman made a bigger appearance in this. Nothing particularly noteworthy here, but the kids continue to enjoy these ladies' adventures. ...

    goooooooooooooooood ...

    Cute installment, with some Poison Ivy backstory! ...

    I love this series! ...