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DC ZOOM AND DC INK COME TO FREE COMIC BOOK DAY, 2019

DC Ink and DC ZoomTo celebrate 'Free Comic Book Day', 2019, DC Comics are happy to announce a new series of graphic novels targeted at a younger audience. Collectively, this innovative incentive is going to be published under two different imprints: 'DC Ink', which is mainly focused at young adults; and 'DC Zoom', which covers ages eight to twelve. Want to know more? Then please check out this selection of books soon to be released.





Mera: Tidebreaker
Mera: Tidebreaker

Author: Danielle Paige.
Artist: Stephen Byrne.
Publisher: DC Ink.
Page Count: 192 pages.
Format: Paperback.
Size: 152x229mm.

Synopsis: Now you would have thought that life would be very, very easy for Princess Mera. After all, she's a teenage member of the royal family and a direct heir to the throne of Xebel. However, when the Xebellian Military plots to overthrow Atlantis (in order to break free from their oppressive regime), Mera seizes the opportunity to take control of her destiny by assassinating their long-lost prince: Arthur Curry. Can she do this though? Can Mera actually kill a man who she may end up falling in love with? Or will she fail her mission and get crabs in her pants?


Super Sons: The PolarShield Project
Super Sons: The PolarShield Project

Author: Ridley Pearson.
Artist: Ile Gonzalez.
Publisher: DC Zoom.
Page Count: 160 pages.
Format: Paperback.
Size: 140x203mm.

Synopsis: At face value, Jonathan Kent and Damian Wayne seem like complete opposites, because their attitudes, their personalities, and their overall temperament differ in both tone and style. Having said that, though, they also have two very specific things in common. Firstly, they are the sons of Superman and Batman respectively, and secondly, they have to work together so they can uncover a global conspiracy involving the mysterious Candace.


Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale
Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale

Author: Lauren Myracle.
Artist: Isaac Goodhart.
Publisher: DC Ink.
Page Count: 208 pages.
Format: Paperback.
Size: 152x229mm.

Synopsis: For Selina Kyle to survive on the mean streets of Gotham City, she needs to be tough, she needs to be determined, and she needs to understand that sometimes brute force is the only way for her to keep on keeping on. Can she do this though? Can she actually abate her humanity, temper her resolve, and finally find her desire for community and love? Here's hoping.


Dear Justice League
Dear Justice League

Author: Michael Northrop.
Artist: Gustavo Duarte.
Publisher: DC Zoom.
Page Count: 136 pages.
Format: Paperback.
Size: 140x203mm.

Synopsis: If you ever came face to face with a member of the Justice League, what would you want to ask them? I mean, would you ask Superman if he's ever made a mistake? Would you ask Wonder Woman what her eleventh birthday was like? Or would you ask Aquaman if he enjoys the smell of fish? Either way, at the end of the day, I'm sure their honest and humorous answers will surprise you!


Teen Titans: Raven
Teen Titans: Raven

Author: Kami Garcia.
Artist: Gabriel Picolo.
Publisher: DC Ink.
Page Count: 176 pages.
Format: Paperback.
Size: 152x229mm.

Synopsis: Who is Raven Roth? Seriously, who is she deep inside? Is she a sad seventeen-year-old girl who's forgotten her past life? Or is she a happy Goth chick who's been adopted by a new family and now living in New Orleans? Well, according to Max, her new foster sister, she has to embrace what she is and confront the darkness growing inside her.


Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass
Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass

Author: Mariko Tamaki.
Artist: Steve Pugh.
Publisher: DC Ink.
Page Count: 128 pages.
Format: Paperback.
Size: 152x229mm.

Synopsis: Ever since she was a tough, outspoken, rebellious kid, Harleen Quinzel has always had a difficult time making choices! So, what should she do now? Should she join forces with Ivy? Who's campaigning to make her neighborhood a better place to live! Or should she join forces with The Joker? Who's planning to take down all of the corporations in Gotham City, one business at a time. Well, if he does this, not only will it save Harleen's dilapidated apartment, but on top of that, it will also save a karaoke cabaret owned by MAMA, a drag queen Harleen regards as family.


DC Ink and DC ZoomAbout Free Comic Book Day

Since 2002, FCBD has taken place on the first Saturday of every May, and fortunately, this year is no exception. So get ready for the 4th of May, 2019, and prepare yourself for an annual event that celebrates the comic book medium by giving away a variety of comics absolutely free. Coordinated by the industry's single largest distributor, Diamond Comic Distributors, FCBD is currently celebrated throughout North America and across countries in Asia, Europe, and Australia. For more information on DC’s participation as well as the low down on DC Zoom and DC Ink, click here.

DC ZOOM AND DC INK COME TO FREE COMIC BOOK DAY, 2019 DC ZOOM AND DC INK COME TO FREE COMIC BOOK DAY, 2019 Reviewed by David Andrews on February 20, 2019 Rating: 5

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