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Study Hall of Justice

af Derek Fridolfs, Dustin Nguyen (Illustrator)

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"My name is Bruce Wayne, and I'm the new kid (UGH) at Ducard Academy. I can't say for certain, but I think something fishy's going on. There's a gang of clowns roaming the halls, a kid named Bane wants to beat me up, and the guidance counselor, Hugo Strange, seems really, well, strange. At least I have two new friends -- Clark and Diana are kinda cool, I guess. We're going to solve this case no matter what, even if I have to convince Alfred to let me stay up past eleven."--Page 4 of cover.… (mere)
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This was really fun! I like how readers both familiar with and new to the DC universe could easily read this, although those who already know the adult versions of these characters will get more enjoyment out of it. I'm somewhere in between, and I thought the characters were written well, and the mystery element was intriguing. The artwork was really pretty, too! Almost like a black-and-white watercolor. ( )
  littlebookjockey | Sep 15, 2020 |
Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are all kids, pre-superheroes and all enrolled in a school with a dark secret. Told in comics, text messages, emails, journal entries, lists, this disjointed and fragmented narrative attempts to tell a story but I don't think it's very successful. The same criticism I have with many of DC's publications for kids like Tiny Titans, I found this to be yet another collection of inside DCU continuity jokes and obscure references that kids won't likely get. My ARC didn't have completed artwork but I'm certain that Nguyen's work will be amazing here. It's unfortunate the story just doesn't hold together. ( )
  scout101 | Sep 15, 2020 |
What a failure. I almost like the idea of recasting Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman as middle school students at a boarding school, because why not? But then I read this and found out why not. It's too stupid for adults and has way too many inside jokes and references to mainstream DC continuity for most children. Can't say I'm a fan of the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" format either. Be a comic or be an illustrated book, I say. At the very least, try not to be a waste of my time like this book was. ( )
  villemezbrown | Jul 28, 2018 |
This was interesting and kept my 8-year-old's attention. I was impressed by the mixed method of storytelling - from comics and journal entries and chat room conversations... inventive. ( )
  lissabeth21 | Oct 3, 2017 |
This graphic novel is set at Ducard Academy. A young Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent and Diana Prince have just been accepted to this prestigious school. However, when they get there, they all have a feeling that something is off. They are bullied by clown-faced classmates, shady instructors and the reader can see ninjas in the background. They decide to meet in the library, however, they soon realize that school's vigilant central computer system/librarian, is watching their every move. They decide to investigate things to try to get to the bottom of what is going on. They also want to find out who their principal is. Bruce, Clark and Diana are each assigned missions, but unfortunately, none go as planned. The group gets into a fight and decide to go their separate ways. The reader will be thrilled to find out that there separation does not last long, and they get back together to try to figure out what is going on at their weird school.

The comic panels are in organized in a traditional style, but the drawings are watercolor. They are in black and white. There are lots of visual clues scattered throughout the book, like journal entries, text messages, flyers, photos, lists and maps. These all help tell the story and might help bring some readers into the mystery. There are some clues through the story as to Batman, Superman and Wonderwoman, but you would have to know the adult version of these characters to get the jokes. Lex Luthor makes an appearance and from that the reader might start to realize that the school might be evil. I think the book is a good choice for a upper elementary or middle school library collection. It could be appealing to reluctant readers. It could be used in a classroom library or for a free choice reading book. A librarian could use it to teach about the graphic novel/comics genre. It could also be a good choice for a younger DC comic fan who is not ready for cartoon violence found in comic books geared toward older readers. Although, reluctant middle school readers will get a kick out of this alternate history back story. ( )
  kmjanek | Mar 14, 2017 |
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"My name is Bruce Wayne, and I'm the new kid (UGH) at Ducard Academy. I can't say for certain, but I think something fishy's going on. There's a gang of clowns roaming the halls, a kid named Bane wants to beat me up, and the guidance counselor, Hugo Strange, seems really, well, strange. At least I have two new friends -- Clark and Diana are kinda cool, I guess. We're going to solve this case no matter what, even if I have to convince Alfred to let me stay up past eleven."--Page 4 of cover.

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