When Lex Luthor's family company, Lexcorp(TM), invites kids from all over the country to attend an honors ceremony, Clark Kent is happy to participate. That is, until his award trophy creates a portal to another dimension and sucks him in! Lucky for Clark, his old friends Bruce and Diana along with newer friends Barry (The Flash(TM)) and Ollie (Green Arrow(TM)) are on the case! They'll have to travel to an alternate dimension to free their friend from Lex Luthor's grasp (and the worst detention ever) in this all-new adventure from Eisner Award winner Dustin Nguyen and Eisner Award nominee Derek Fridolfs.
About the Author
Derek Fridolfs works in the comic industry as a writer, artist, and inker on many beloved properties. With Dustin Nguyen, he cowrote the Eisner-nominated Batman: Li’l Gotham. He’s also written and worked on such titles as Batman: Arkham City Endgame, Arkham Unhinged, Detective Comics, Legends of the Dark Knight, Adventures of Superman, Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, Catwoman, Zatanna, JLA, Justice League Beyond, and comics based on the cartoons for Adventure Time, Regular Show, Clarence, Pig Goat Banana Cricket, Dexter’s Laboratory, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teen Titans Go, Looney Tunes, and Scooby-Doo Where Are You!
Dustin Nguyen is a New York Times bestselling and Eisner Award–winning American comics creator. His body of work includes the cocreation of Batman: Li’l Gotham, numerous DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, and Boom! titles along with Image Comics’ Descender, which he cocreated. He lives in California with his wife, Nicole; their two kids, Bradley and Kaeli; and dog, Max. His first children’s picture book, titled What Is It?, was written by his wife (at the age of 10) and is their first collaboration together. He enjoys sleeping and driving.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Detention of Doom (DC Comics: Secret Hero Society #3) based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I really enjoyed this instalment of the series! Bruce, Clark, and Diana are sent into a strange detention world by Lex Luthor. Clark entered first, and his friends went in to find him afterwards. They were also joined by Barry (The Flash), Oliver (Green Arrow), and Victor (Cyborg). The kids also found Bruce’s archnemisis Joker and Harley Quinn. While they were there, they came across Bizarro Superman, who ultimately helped them. I was very pleased with the graphics in this story. They were black and white, but the characters were more distinct. It was much easier to distinguish between the kids. I struggled figuring out who the characters were in the previous book, so I was glad this one was easier to read. This is a great book!
5 Stars on the Series