Superheroes don't need love interests. But if you're a superhero on a CW show—the network well-known for teen dramas—chances are good that you'll have one (or more) at some point. Oliver had Felicity, Barry has Iris, Mick has his beer.
DC’s newest YA graphic novel, Superman Smashes the Klan, is a story with layers.
One of my favorite things about the DCTV universe—most specifically the shows on The CW—is the crossover events.
Before diving in to Pennyworth, I thought I knew most of what there was to know about the longtime butler of the Wayne family.
DC released the latest in their original YA graphic novel line last week, and it's a bit of a departure from all that's come before.
At the start of The Oracle Code, the new DC Young Adult graphic novel written by Marieke Nijkamp with art by Manuel Preitano, young Barbara "Babs"
Perfect Panels is a section of Ink Spots in which we take a look at noteworthy panels or sequences from recent YA comic titles and discuss what makes them stand out.
Supergirl's 100th episode, "It's a Super Life," stepped back from the main action of the season and gave Kara the chance to try to repair her relationship with Lena through Mr.
The latest in DC's line of Young Adult graphic novels is out, and it's a return to original stories for this line (rather than the also excellent adaptations of the DC Icons prose novels).
What makes a good panel or page?