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If you're looking for a book with your little superhero jumping for joy, look no further than "Teen Titans and Superhero Girls: Exchange Students"! This book is an absolute blast from start to finish, filled with action-packed adventure, humour, and a crossover that will make even the most stoic heroes crack a smile.
They were completely absorbed when I handed this book to my little one. They couldn't put it down! And who could blame them? With a plot that sees the Teen Titans and Superhero Girls teaming up to fight evil forces and save the world, this book has it all. And the best part? The characters are so well-written and funny that even I found me laughing out loud.
So if you want to give your child a book that they'll love, ignite their imagination and inspire them to be the hero they were born to be, then "Teen Titans and Superhero Girls: Exchange Students" is the book for you! Highly recommended!
Amy Wolfram, a writer of the Teen Titans/Teen Titans Go series, has done a phenomenal job with this comic book addendum to both series.
The story focuses on the Starfire's evil sister Blackfire going to the DCSHG universe to plot universal mischief, and subsequently the TTG to this alternate universe to bring her back. From there, it's one of those opposing team up adventures as both sides confront and get to meet each other.
The artist, also well with varying the art styles of the various shows. Look at the differences between the TTG and the DCSHG and you'll notice a slight difference of shading. Now that's diligence. Good pairing of characters when they go off on separate adventures such as Robin/Batgirl, Supergirl/Cyborg, Green Lantern/Starfire and such. This really helps to showcase their personalities and add to their comic misadventures. Ms. Wolframn doesn't forget that that the Boy Wonder of the DCSHG is a jerk, as both Babs and Dick confront his not so nice doppelgänger. Would have liked more adventures between those two, since continuity fans of TTG will remember Dick's older self (Nightwing) hooks up with Batgirl in his universe. Ok. Ok. I know these are two different dimensions.
Kids will enjoy this novel, as everyone's in character and the plot and jokes are well paced out. I liked it.
Would have liked a mention of how different the two Bumbleebee's were in both universes. But that's nitpicking.