Diana Prince (Wonder Woman), Bruce Wayne (Batman), and Clark Kent (Superman) take a field trip to the 31st century in this newest Secret Hero Society adventure!
The first EVER Secret Hero Society volume narrated by Diana Prince (Wonder Woman)!
When a foreign exchange student arrives at Justice Prep, Diana is excited to greet her! While Clark (Superman) is also curious to meet this shy student, Bruce (Batman) is wary. Bruce's suspicions are warranted when they are unable to find any record that this student even exists. When the three confront her, an accident transports them all the way to the 31st century! Now Diana, Clark, and Bruce get to meet the heroes of tomorrow... the Legion of Super Students!
Our displaced time-traveling heroes will struggle to grasp future technology, homework assignments, and most importantly -- bullies. Especially one in particular who has a plan to go back in time and change the course of history! It's up to Clark, Diana, and Bruce to stop this villainous plan before it happens, and find their way back home in this newest Secret Hero Society adventure!
About the Author
Dave Bardin is an award-winning illustrator who has worked in comics, commercials, music videos, video games, magazines, television, and book publishing. He has illustrated over twenty children’s books including titles for Bad Robot, Graphic India, Leap Frog, Little Brown, Scholastic, Pearson, ABDO, Cartoon Network, Marvel, and DC. He lives and works in Los Angeles.
Derek Fridolfs is a New York Times bestselling author. With Dustin Nguyen, he cowrote the Eisner-nominated Batman: Li'l Gotham. He's also written and worked on such comics series as Batman: Arkham City Endgame with Paul Dini, 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! He's written several chapter books for Capstone based on the Justice League.