Supergirl Cosmic Adventures of the 8th Grade

Supergirl Cosmic Adventures of the 8th Grade

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Meet Linda Lee! She's the newest kid on the block-and the planet, too! Find out how an ordinary girl from Krypton became the most extraordinary girl on Earth. And if you think life is tough as a hero, try being in the eighth grade! Super-strength, the ability to fly and extra-speedy reflexes should make a girl's life easier, but they only seem to complicate things for Supergirl. Life gets a lot crazier, though, when a new enemy named Belinda Zee shows up. And with girls like Belinda around, facing down super-villains doesn't seem so bad. Arch-frenemies, scheming faculty, an intergalactic orange kitty and a flying horse are just a few things that come her way. Supergirl is so busy as a hero, will she even make it to graduation? Collects SUPERGIRL: COSMIC ADVENTURES IN THE 8TH GRADE more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 162 x 252 x 15mm | 281g
  • DC Comics
  • United States
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 1401263208
  • 9781401263201
  • 689,624

About Landry Walker

Starting with minicomics, Landry Walker has been working in the industry since 1991. He was a co-founder of a small press collective called Puppy Toss, and helped produce and distribute an anthology series called "Skim Lizard." Walker spent several years writing creator-owned, original comics for "Disney Adventures Magazine"--most notably a monster series called "The Super Scary Monster Show Featuring Little Gloomy." Walker wrote several BATMAN comics, co-wrote the "Incredibles" comic series with Mark Waid, co-wrote an original graphic novel called "Odd Thomas" with Dean Koontz, and worked in Paris developing "Little Gloomy "into the internationally distributed television series called "Scary Larry." He also wrote for "Marvel Super Heroes" magazines and has written "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"comics, a book sequel to "Frozen" and co-created and wrote a comic series for Image called "Danger Club.""show more