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Did you join us for the one-day event, Pre-Free Comic Book Day? Whether you missed it or not, come to our next comic book event on Sept 30, 2021, "Into the Comic-Verse". There will be attendance prizes, trivia, free comics, and a viewing of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse right here at the Millstadt Library. (And, yes, I know I'm mixing my Marvel and DC in the same post. Don't yuck on my yum. I love them both.)
Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo, Aug 29, 2017
Diana bears a great deal on her young shoulders, including the responsibility for breaking Themyscira’s law about allowing strange mortals on the island. Alia is more than she knows, the secrets of her family held closely by her overprotective brother. Racing against a deadline, she must find a magical place to stop a war. And Wonder Woman can get her there, despite the assassination attempts on Alia's life, surely?
Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu, Jan 2, 2018
Bruce shortly turns 18 and isn’t yet the Dark Knight we all admire from afar, but his sense of heroics and need to interfere with unjust actions is already in place. The prisoner who doesn’t speak to anyone but him may be a villain or a victim. Bruce needs to find out for certain and he doesn't have the benefit of mask or cowl.
Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas, Aug 7, 2018
Selina is back in Gotham! She notes the absence of The Bat and takes advantage of his distraction to run Gotham in circles. Teaming up with Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, the ladies wreak havoc. But Luke Fox is testing out his equipment and skills as Batwing. Can he subdue the feline – er, * cough * – female burglar before the trio can do real damage?
Superman: Dawnbreaker by Matt De La Pena, Mar 3, 2020
Smallville has a hero in it and his name isn’t Superman - it’s Clark Kent. With some help from classmates and friends like Lana Lang, he investigates the disappearances of migrant workers. What’s happening to these people and can they be returned safely to home and family?