'Squirrel Girl: Universe' by Tristan Palmgren is a successful young adult superhero adventure worth reading about.
'Zatanna: The Jewel of Gravesend' by Alys Arden and Jacquelin de Leon is an enjoyable origin tale that stumbles occasionally.
Teen Titans Academy vol. 1 helps to introduce readers to a new generation of Titans, however, it has a few missteps along the way.
Green Arrow: Stranded a perfect read for any kid looking to get into comics and soars where the CW's Arrow sank.
Superman: Action Comics Vol. 1: Warworld Rising is a strong Superman title that gives Clark a moral conundrum that impacts nearly every facet of his life.
Batman: The Imposter allows fans to to take a darker look into their favorite hero's psyche, but it's not a must-read.
While "Three Swords" is an enjoyable tale, it doesn't quite live up the thrilling synopsis that promises a swashbuckling fantasy adventure.
Fearbook Club is a story that manages to tackle fear, grief and the pains of growing up through a spooky ghost story.
Slip, from writer Marika McCoola and debut artist Aatmaja Pandya, is a haunting grapic novel that tackles suicide through art.