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Welcome back to DC Super Hero High in the newest original graphic novel from the DC Super Hero Girls line! “Intro to Epics” is one of Wonder Woman’s favorite classes at DC Super Hero High, but balancing high school literature assignments with learning to be a superhero can be tough, even for an overachiever. But you know what they say about learning—experience is the best t Welcome back to DC Super Hero High in the newest original graphic novel from the DC Super Hero Girls line! “Intro to Epics” is one of Wonder Woman’s favorite classes at DC Super Hero High, but balancing high school literature assignments with learning to be a superhero can be tough, even for an overachiever. But you know what they say about learning—experience is the best teacher! So when Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy, Katana and Harley Quinn fight a cyclops, a witch and a bevy of sirens, they’re sure to learn a thing or two about The Odyssey—if they survive their epic battle in the underworld! DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: HITS AND MYTHS continues to develop the relationships forged in DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: FINALS CRISIS. Written by Shea Fontana, this story is perfect for girls ages 6-12. The DC Super Hero Girls line is an exciting new universe of super-heroic storytelling that helps build character and confidence, and empowers girls to discover their true potential. Developed for girls aged 6-12, DC Super Hero Girls features DC Comics' most powerful and diverse lineup of female characters as relatable teens, playing out across multiple entertainment content platforms and product categories to create an immersive world. Icons including Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumble Bee, Poison Ivy, Katana and many more make their unprecedented teenaged introductions, as each character has her own storyline that explores what teen life is like as a super hero.


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Welcome back to DC Super Hero High in the newest original graphic novel from the DC Super Hero Girls line! “Intro to Epics” is one of Wonder Woman’s favorite classes at DC Super Hero High, but balancing high school literature assignments with learning to be a superhero can be tough, even for an overachiever. But you know what they say about learning—experience is the best t Welcome back to DC Super Hero High in the newest original graphic novel from the DC Super Hero Girls line! “Intro to Epics” is one of Wonder Woman’s favorite classes at DC Super Hero High, but balancing high school literature assignments with learning to be a superhero can be tough, even for an overachiever. But you know what they say about learning—experience is the best teacher! So when Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy, Katana and Harley Quinn fight a cyclops, a witch and a bevy of sirens, they’re sure to learn a thing or two about The Odyssey—if they survive their epic battle in the underworld! DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: HITS AND MYTHS continues to develop the relationships forged in DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: FINALS CRISIS. Written by Shea Fontana, this story is perfect for girls ages 6-12. The DC Super Hero Girls line is an exciting new universe of super-heroic storytelling that helps build character and confidence, and empowers girls to discover their true potential. Developed for girls aged 6-12, DC Super Hero Girls features DC Comics' most powerful and diverse lineup of female characters as relatable teens, playing out across multiple entertainment content platforms and product categories to create an immersive world. Icons including Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumble Bee, Poison Ivy, Katana and many more make their unprecedented teenaged introductions, as each character has her own storyline that explores what teen life is like as a super hero.

30 review for DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 2: Hits And Myths

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kerri

    A fun, quick read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rodney

    My daughter loved it. We had a ton of fun reading this together, and it's got a five-year-old wanting to read 128 page books! Recommended! My daughter loved it. We had a ton of fun reading this together, and it's got a five-year-old wanting to read 128 page books! Recommended!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    It was a lot of fun to see more characters making cameos, especially some anti-heroes/villains. I really liked that the story is more multi-faceted than good v. bad, but it's still a cute light read that focuses on actions over reputations. It was a lot of fun to see more characters making cameos, especially some anti-heroes/villains. I really liked that the story is more multi-faceted than good v. bad, but it's still a cute light read that focuses on actions over reputations.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sofia

    I think this book shows girls that they can do what they want when they want. take wonder woman as an example she comes from a place were they only have woman and no men. they depend on each other for what they need and there are never men to help them.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    Who wouldn't want to attend a super fun slumber party at Themyscira? All of the superheroes at Super Hero High are super pumped for a slumber party this weekend....that is, until things start to go wrong. Batgirl's Batplane goes missing. Professor Etrigan is nowhere to be found and all signs point to him having stolen the Batplane...but why? This is another cute installment in this graphic novel series. It continues to show the superheroes honing their skills and learning to work together to achi Who wouldn't want to attend a super fun slumber party at Themyscira? All of the superheroes at Super Hero High are super pumped for a slumber party this weekend....that is, until things start to go wrong. Batgirl's Batplane goes missing. Professor Etrigan is nowhere to be found and all signs point to him having stolen the Batplane...but why? This is another cute installment in this graphic novel series. It continues to show the superheroes honing their skills and learning to work together to achieve a common goal. The artwork follows along with the other graphic novels in this series and the movies that have been released in this franchise. Definitely recommend if you are looking for a series for your children, or if you want a quick, fun read for yourself.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

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

  7. 4 out of 5

    Grace (The Reading Raindoe)

    This is the second book in the DC Superhero Girls series. It introduces even more characters we know and love, and provides an easy way of identifying those characters through the “roll call” in the front of the book. It doesn’t start with the most straightforward opening, it more through you into the action, which I guess might confuse some kids, but if they have read the first book or seen the show, they should understand. I thought the book had two shining qualities. One, it introduces childre This is the second book in the DC Superhero Girls series. It introduces even more characters we know and love, and provides an easy way of identifying those characters through the “roll call” in the front of the book. It doesn’t start with the most straightforward opening, it more through you into the action, which I guess might confuse some kids, but if they have read the first book or seen the show, they should understand. I thought the book had two shining qualities. One, it introduces children to the Odyssey in a way that it easy for them to comprehend and two, it shows kids that not even Wonder Woman can do everything. It’s okay to say no and to take some breaks. The book is broken up into easy to read issues and it has recaps at the beginning of each issue. This is handy if you aren’t reading it in one sitting, but if you are, it gets a bit repetitive. It also bothered me that for some reason Black Canary is a villain in this book. Several of her scenes felt entirely out of place. Despite that, I think this book could easily be enjoyed by both kids and adults. There are a lot of hidden jokes and cameos that the adults will enjoy, but might go over the heads of kids. Overall, this book was a cute and short story that I think a lot of kids will love. I personally didn’t find it quite as fulfilling as the first volume, but it was still very enjoyable. Originally posted on The Reading Raindoe

  8. 5 out of 5

    Travis Berketa

    I enjoyed the way Hits and Myths began, with Wonder Woman so worked off her feet that she cannot get her homework completed, so when she attempts to read The Odyssey she can't get it done. The story is then summarised by her teacher, Etrigan the Demon, while Wonder Woman sleeps and imagines her version of the myth. The chapters are then broken up into different parts of the tale in order to tell the story of Batgirl and the Super Hero Girls tracking down the mystery of the stolen Batplane. W I enjoyed the way Hits and Myths began, with Wonder Woman so worked off her feet that she cannot get her homework completed, so when she attempts to read The Odyssey she can't get it done. The story is then summarised by her teacher, Etrigan the Demon, while Wonder Woman sleeps and imagines her version of the myth. The chapters are then broken up into different parts of the tale in order to tell the story of Batgirl and the Super Hero Girls tracking down the mystery of the stolen Batplane. What follows is a story told from different points of view, which works well; just some of the characters in the story seemed forced, in order to make it flow with The Odyssey storyline. That said, my daughters absolutely enjoyed it and (as they are closer to the target audience than I am) they would give it five stars.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Santosh Thapa

    Bhadra 26, 2077, Friday DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 2: Hits And Myths - Shea Fontana, Yancey Labat (Illustrator) (2016) (DC Super Hero Girls Graphic Novels #2) Genres: Fiction/ Children's Literature/ Comics/ Graphic Novel/ Middle Grade/ Superhero/ Fantasy Pages: 127 Rating: 6/10 Themes: Cooperation/ Friendship/ Teamwork/ Quest Opener: “I’ll get you, Batgirl!” Summary: Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy, Katana, and Harley Quinn fight a cyclops, a witch, and a bevy of sirens, where they Bhadra 26, 2077, Friday DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 2: Hits And Myths - Shea Fontana, Yancey Labat (Illustrator) (2016) (DC Super Hero Girls Graphic Novels #2) Genres: Fiction/ Children's Literature/ Comics/ Graphic Novel/ Middle Grade/ Superhero/ Fantasy Pages: 127 Rating: 6/10 Themes: Cooperation/ Friendship/ Teamwork/ Quest Opener: “I’ll get you, Batgirl!” Summary: Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy, Katana, and Harley Quinn fight a cyclops, a witch, and a bevy of sirens, where they will learn a thing or two about The Odyssey—if they survive their epic battle in the underworld! Verdict: A fun way to adapt The Odyssey, ever so loosely that it might be. I don’t know how people will react to it but puns galore in this superhero comic. Not as good as the first book in my opinion but still plenty of fun can be gleaned from this graphic novel.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    The only reason I read this was to fulfill the "superhero comic with a female lead" item on the #ReadHarder reading challenge. It was the item on the list I was least looking forward to as I have zero interest in superhero comics, and I usually find them way too overstimulating. However, I was pleasantly surprised by this series. It was just a whole lot of fun, and I think I would've really enjoyed this volume when I was in middle school and going through my Greek mythology phase. I might even b The only reason I read this was to fulfill the "superhero comic with a female lead" item on the #ReadHarder reading challenge. It was the item on the list I was least looking forward to as I have zero interest in superhero comics, and I usually find them way too overstimulating. However, I was pleasantly surprised by this series. It was just a whole lot of fun, and I think I would've really enjoyed this volume when I was in middle school and going through my Greek mythology phase. I might even be a fan of the superhero genre today if that had been the case. Probably not, but you never know. What I liked best was the way that characters who are considered in canon to be villains (like Harley Quinn) are presented here as one of the young superhero girls because they haven't "gone bad" yet. Of course, that begs the question of how they decided who the actual villains of the narrative were going to be, but as someone with little knowledge of the characters' backstories, I didn't really care and just accepted what I was given. Grade: B

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ceejay

    On Free Comic Book Day I got a copy of DC SuperHero Girls. I enjoyed it enough to get this graphic novel from the library. Very enjoyable. It's aimed at kids, but adults can enjoy it too. It was so nice to have all the members of a team actually working together. There were no deaths of the good guys or bad guys. There was no foul language. No blood and gore. Wait a minute, that was how comics were when I was younger. There is a three fold plot in this story. Wonder woman wants to host her first On Free Comic Book Day I got a copy of DC SuperHero Girls. I enjoyed it enough to get this graphic novel from the library. Very enjoyable. It's aimed at kids, but adults can enjoy it too. It was so nice to have all the members of a team actually working together. There were no deaths of the good guys or bad guys. There was no foul language. No blood and gore. Wait a minute, that was how comics were when I was younger. There is a three fold plot in this story. Wonder woman wants to host her first slumber party. One of their teachers goes missing. The Batplane disappears. The plots intertwine for a very enjoyable read! Get your cape on!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nicola Mansfield

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

  13. 5 out of 5

    Heather

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

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

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

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jasmine

    I kept putting off reading this until it had to go back to the library the next day, but it was surprisingly great! The art is a bit flat, but it is serviceable, and the writing is super voicey and fun. I would still kinda debate whether this is, in fact, a Odyssey retelling, but a version about friendship and without cannibalism is probably more appropriate for an all-ages comic anyways.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lissa Joy

    Though I love these characters, this fell a little flat for me. Largely I believe this was due to the characterisation of Black Canary - as a petty and shallow villain - and her so called “birds of prey” - Who I didn’t care about, because the REAL birds of prey are Batgirl and Huntress. So, I’m a bit bitter about that, but overall this volume was fine.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    Reread. I couldn't remember where I left off in this series so I decided to reread them from the beginning. A fun visit to the DC Comics world for young readers. I like the introduction to not only the characters everyone knows like Batgirl and Wonder Woman, but also Bumble Bee, Starfire, Frost, and more. Reread. I couldn't remember where I left off in this series so I decided to reread them from the beginning. A fun visit to the DC Comics world for young readers. I like the introduction to not only the characters everyone knows like Batgirl and Wonder Woman, but also Bumble Bee, Starfire, Frost, and more.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Carina

    My mom and I really love this series of books - I was a little hesitant to check this one out though because Trigon is on the cover. This book was over my head (I'm only 5), so I didn't understand all of the mythological details and references to the Odyssey. This series is still great though. My mom and I really love this series of books - I was a little hesitant to check this one out though because Trigon is on the cover. This book was over my head (I'm only 5), so I didn't understand all of the mythological details and references to the Odyssey. This series is still great though.

  19. 5 out of 5

    J.X.

    I enjoyed the second volume a little more for whatever reason; might have been that it felt less like an introductory tale, and more like just a fun read. Also, Harley definitely has a strong thing for Princess Diana.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

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

  21. 4 out of 5

    Katbyrdie

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

  22. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    cute and fun which comics are not these days

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lizz

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

  24. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Very good book similar to comics. Although I can't tell if it's a comic or a graphic novel. Very good book similar to comics. Although I can't tell if it's a comic or a graphic novel.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kaylabookworm22 L

    This was a fun book. I loved it!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Creasman Family

    It is awesome i love Harley

  27. 5 out of 5

    A

    So cute!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Meredith Ann

    I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first one but it's still a fun series. I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first one but it's still a fun series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Roseann

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

  30. 4 out of 5

    Becky B

    The DC SuperHero girls are going to have a sleepover at Wonder Woman's home, but they need Batgirl's batplane to get there and it is missing. The ladies are off on a quest to find the batplane, and their adventures strangely mirror those in The Odessey which they were reading in class earlier. The series of adventures in this actually form one coherent plot. (That doesn't always happen in a comic book collection.) It's fun and clean with superhero action. There's an entertaining story. And it mak The DC SuperHero girls are going to have a sleepover at Wonder Woman's home, but they need Batgirl's batplane to get there and it is missing. The ladies are off on a quest to find the batplane, and their adventures strangely mirror those in The Odessey which they were reading in class earlier. The series of adventures in this actually form one coherent plot. (That doesn't always happen in a comic book collection.) It's fun and clean with superhero action. There's an entertaining story. And it makes allusions to high literature. Pretty impressive for a superhero graphic novel. Notes on content: No language issues. No sexual content. Superhero battles, but no one is seriously hurt permanently.

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