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Monday, July 20, 2020 | History

3 edition of Dear Justice League found in the catalog.

Dear Justice League

  • 323 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by DC Comics .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages151
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27328158M
ISBN 109781401284138

  Dear Justice League definitely does the JLA justice!” —Jerry Craft, author of New Kid "Dear Justice League really surprised me. That was a level of clever I haven't seen in comics in a long time." --Tom Angleberger, author of the Origami Yoda series. Dear Justice League FCBD edition #1 Near Mint condition, and tap the link: Read More for grading details for this Dear Justice League comic book, Dear Justice League FCBD edition #1 by DC comics, and tap Read More to lower your total for this Dear Justice League comic. This issue in other conditions Free Shipping for USA orders over $Seller Rating: % positive.

  Dear Justice League is a home run, and we're here to break down why you should consider giving this book a shot. Dear Justice League is made up of . GIVEAWAY: Dear Justice League by Michael Northrop! As many of you know, this blog is about to take a sharp turn into all things Austen starting tomorrow (!!). But though, yes, I consider her my own personal superhero, today we're focusing on some traditional superheroes — and giving you a chance to get your hands on a copy of DC's latest.

  Dear Justice League is the second book to come out of DC Zoom, DC Comics’ recently cancelled middle grade imprint (more on that in an upcoming post!). Its premise is simple: superheroes are pretty popular, and kids have important questions for the likes of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Hawkgirl, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Cyborg, and the Flash. dear justice league fcbd special edition (silver title) The greatest Super Heroes in the DC universe, the Justice League, answer mail from their biggest fans--kids! Courtesy of Michael Northrop, the New York Times bestselling author of TombQuest, and artist Gustavo Duarte, DC’s iconic Super Heroes find time to answer questions both big and.


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Dear Justice League definitely does the JLA justice!" --Jerry Craft, author of New Kid "Dear Justice League really surprised me. That was a level of clever I haven't seen in comics in a long time." --Tom Angleberger, author of the Origami Yoda series/5(58). Dear Justice League is a graphic novel aimed at middle grades kids.

It is a fun continuous story of kids asking questions of their favorite hero/heroine. And the Justice League even gets to save the day.

There are eight chapters featuring a member of the Justice League/5. This graphic novel is a really easy read, I won it from the free giveaway (thank you DOGO!) and it was pretty good. In this book, fans of the Justice league write letters, emails, texts (you name it!) to their favorite superheroes and are surprised to hear their replies/5(24).

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Dear Justice League definitely does the JLA justice!” —Jerry Craft, author Dear Justice League book New Kid "Dear Justice League really surprised me.

That was a level of clever I haven't seen in comics in a long time." —Tom Angleberger, author of the Origami Yoda seriesBrand: DC Comics. Dear Father: I Don't Want to be Black Anymore!: A Torchlight For Justice Part I by Muhammad, Dr Kelmer Elizabeth and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

“Dear Justice League” is a page graphic novel in DC’s new ‘kids’ line – DC Zoom (and there’s a few more pages if you count the opening tiles). There is also an excerpt from the next volume in the series at the back – “Dear Super Villains” featuring Harley Quinn/5(38).

DC is adding another anticipated addition to their DC Zoom imprint in Dear Justice League, which puts the icons of DC in the hot seat as they answer questions from their biggest fans. The new book. Dear Justice League has 33 reviews and 24 ratings. Reviewer unicornqueen wrote: OML I HAVE TO GET THIS BOOK SOOO INTRESTING!!!!.

- Page /5(24). Full of feats, follies, and colorful illustrations, Dear Justice League gives readers the inside scoop into everyday heroics, no matter who wears the cape!The greatest heroes in the DC Comics universe, the Justice League, answer mail from their biggest fans--kids!--courtesy of Michael Northrop, New York Times bestselling author of TombQuest /5(2).

Dear Justice League is the latest release from DC Zoom, a new Middle Grade graphic novel imprint featuring out-of-continuity, utterly unique takes on. Dear Justice League is a book for all, it even answered some of my own questions.

This is a precious, cute and all around lighthearted jaunt with the Justice League. I am very happy to have read this, and I know that I will be coming back to it again at some point, just to put a smile on my face. Towards the end of the book we get a sneak peak /10(8).

Dear Justice League by Michael Northrop,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Dear Justice League is available now in bookstores and comic shops everywhere.

Northrop and Duarte will join forces once again with the follow-up to Dear Justice time the tables are. Dear Justice League seems like the a perfect welcome for young comic fans, but based on our time with the book and our interview with Northrop, it won't just be younger readers who get caught up in these comic book quandaries when it arrives on August 6th, Dear Justice League‘s bright and colorful illustrations bring the superheroes to life, engaging the youngest of readers.

With their relatable candor, readers will be able to see that the problems that come with being a superhero can be just as tricky as being a kid.

Dear Justice League (FCBD) #1 (May, ) "Dear Superman" "Dear Hawkgirl" Story - Michael Northrop Art - Gustavo Duarte Colors - Marcelo Maiolo Letters - Wes Abbott Cover Price: FREE After the absolute slog that was this past week's coverage of Flash Forward, I decided to follow-up with something just a.

'Dear Justice League' Is A Love Letter To Comics — EXCLUSIVE Excerpt. By Woman chapter in his new book. in when he was a kid also appears in Author: Olivia Hinebaugh.

Full of feats, follies, and colorful illustrations, Dear Justice League gives readers the inside scoop into everyday heroics, no matter who wears the cape. The greatest heroes in the DC Comics universe, the Justice League, answer mail from their biggest fans--kids!--courtesy of Michael Northrop, New York Times bestselling author of TombQuest.

The greatest Super Heroes in the DC universe, the Justice League, answer mail from their biggest fans--kids. Courtesy of Michael Northrop, the New York Times bestselling author of TombQuest, and artist Gustavo Duarte, DC's iconic Super Heroes find time to answer questions both big and small when they are not busy saving the world.

Their honest and humorous responses will surprise. Dear Justice League cover, via DC Comics. Dear Justice League – Michael Northrop, Writer; Gustavo Duarte, Artist; Marcelo Maiolo, Colorist Ratings: Ray – 9/ Ray: The second original book from the DC Zoom (now DC Kids) lineup, Dear Justice League neatly sidesteps all the problems that plagued the Super-Sons graphic novel and comes out of the gate strong as a near-perfect all.

There are a variety of ways to tackle the issue of fostering young readers to books and how comics can be a gateway. Talk about your approach to coming up with a story or concept for Dear Justice League. Northrop: We both relied on the funnier, kid-friendly versions of these characters that we grew up on.

We both loved Super Friends, and for me, Richard Donner's Superman : Ernie Estrella. On my first read of Dear Justice League, the art was so forward and charming and integrated with the story that I simply assumed the book was the work of Author: Susana Polo.