Work is killing my writing at the moment. If you look at the bottom, I only wrote about two hundred words this week. So I even have less time to read. But sometimes you need a break, and fortunately for me, we hit the jackpot on our last trip to Collector’s Paradise https://www.comicsandcards.net/ .
When I do read, its usually when I go to bed. Over two nights, I read DC Super Hero Girls “Powerless”. All the power in Metropolis goes out. And all the girls’ tech, which is linked to the city cloud, goes out, too. Most of the girls are fine as they search for the culprit. All of Batgirl’s gadgets don’t work and she finds herself in the position of having to prove to the others she’s not useless, but still a detective. Bumblebee is trapped in her insect size without being able to fly.
If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m a big fan of G2 (Generation 2) DC Super Hero Girls. The book is true to the series, which was developed for television by Lauren Faust, who also developed My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Like the previous book, “DC Super Hero Girls at Metropolis High”, it was written by Amy Wolfram. I’m familiar with her from her writing on the “Teen Titans” and “Teen Titans Go” television series.
This book was illustrated by Agnes Garbowska. She has done the artwork on many of the “My Little Pony” comic books. I met her and got her autograph at last year’s Babscon (Bay Area Brony Spectacular).
If you’re a fan of DC Super Hero Girls, this book is for you. I’ve got the next book, “Mid Terms” on order.
Dennis Amador Cherry
30th article completed.
First Steampunk novel: 58,960 words.