Supersnouts Hamlet the piglet joins Snoutbuster and Kernel Hog in a flying confrontation with two burglars on Farmer Frank's farm.
Superdog: the Heart of a Hero Tired of being overlooked because he is so small, a big-hearted dog named Dexter transforms himself into a superhero.
Eliot Jones, Midnight Superhero By day, Eliot is quiet. But the grown-ups don't know that when the clock strikes midnight Eliot is a SUPERHERO! Then one night, Eliot receives an urgent message from the world's most important scientists and he embarks on his most important mission ever-saving the world.
Do Super Heroes Have Teddy Bears? Follow along as two ragtag, everyday super heroes don capes to play in the mud, save their stuffed animals from certain peril, conquer the vegetables at dinner, and overcome darkness at night.
Superheroes When Max and Pinky decide to play superheroes, Pinky gets stuck with all of the unappealing sidekick duties, until Max finds himself in real trouble.
Gingerbread Man – Superhero! A gingerbread man, baked by a little old lady for her husband, bursts from the oven ready to save the world, beginning with trying to rescue some brownies from a macaroon gone mad.
Max Max, the young son of superheroes, is a late bloomer when it comes to flying, until he is inspired by the plight of a falling baby bird.
Zero the Hero Zero believes that he is a hero, but the counting numbers think he is worthless until they get into trouble with some Roman numerals, and only Zero can help.
Superhero Me! The heroes in this touch-and-feel board book include a superhero in a sleek cape, an astronaut in a shiny spacesuit, a brave knight with a shimmery shield, and more.
My Dad, My Hero A child describes his dad, who may not have super powers but is still wonderful.
SuperHero ABC Humorous superheroes such as Goo Girl and The Volcano represent the letters of the alphabet from A to Z.
The Adventures of Sparrowboy After an encounter with a sparrow, Henry finds he is able to fly just like his favorite comic book hero Falconman.
Super Chicken! Here comes Super Chicken-a little chicken with a giant imagination. Chicken's bath may be just a bath, but when he becomes Super Chicken, he's sailing the high seas!
Superhero School When Leonard starts attending Superhero School he is disappointed to find that all they learn is math, but when the ice zombies strike, Leonard and his classmates put their newly-acquired knowledge to good use.
The Amazing Adventures of Bumblebee Boy As imaginary superhero Bumblebee Boy, Sam rejects his pesky little brother's help in defeating pirates, dragons, and saber-toothed lions, but when Sam comes up against some scary aliens, he discovers the advantage of having a sidekick.
Superhero Joe Five-year-old Joey uses his super powers to help his parents out of a sticky situation.
Captain Pajamas In the middle of the night, Brian transforms himself into Captain Pajamas, Defender of the Universe, to save his older sister Jessie from attacking aliens, but they are nowhere to be found.
Mighty Max! As Max imagines himself as the super hero-Mighty Max-while at the beach, he saves a game, a castle, and his lunch from some hungry gulls.
Buzz Boy and Fly Guy Buzz creates a comic book that features Buzz Boy and Fly Guy as the superheroes.
Sophie the Hero When little Ella ran out into the street in front of a car, Sophie swooped in to save the day. If that's not heroic, what is? But being a hero might be tougher than this third-grader expected. She's supposed to save the day--not cause more trouble!
The Hero Revealed Ordinary Boy, the only resident of Superopolis without a superpower, uncovers and foils a sinister plot to destroy the town.
Sidekicks Thirteen-year-old Guy Martin, also known as superhero Pumpkin Pete's sidekick Speedy, helps the League of Big Justice save the human race from being turned into puppets by Pinoh Keyoh and the Brotherhood of Rottenness.
Mascot to the Rescue! Twelve-year-old Josh, who feels connected to the comic book superhero, Mascot, sets out on an odyssey to discover the comic's creator when he learns that the fictional Mascot is going to die.
Prince of Underwhere When Zeke, his twin sister Stephanie, their neighbor Hector, and Hector's cat Fitz slide into the world of Underwhere, Zeke is hailed as a prince who will, according to an ancient prophecy, free the Undies from the evil UnderLord's rule by finding and destroying his throne.
Lunch Lady Serving justice... and lunch! Hector, Terrence, and Dee have always wondered about their school lunch lady. What does she do when she isn't dishing out the daily special? Where does she live? Does she have a lot of cats at home? Little do they know, Lunch Lady doesn't just serve sloppy joes-she serves justice! Whatever danger lies ahead, it's no match for LUNCH LADY!
The Adventures of Captain Underpants: an Epic Novel When George and Harold hypnotize their principal into thinking that he is the superhero Captain Underpants, he leads them to the lair of the nefarious Dr. Diaper, where they must defeat his evil robot henchmen.
Captain Nobody When ten-year-old Newton dresses up as an unusual superhero for Halloween, he decides to keep wearing the costume after the holiday to help save townspeople and eventually his injured brother.
The Great Cape Rescue Upon entering fourth grade, Fin and his friends think they must stop playing superheroes, until they discover that their game might become real through a magical cape, and the Society of Secret Superheroes is born.
Billy Hooten, Owlboy Unassuming twelve-year-old Billy Hooten, who loves reading superhero comic books, suddenly learns that he has been chosen to become the next Owlboy, whose destiny it is to save the inhabitants of Monstros, a city underneath the cemetery next to Billy's house.
The Adventures of Daniel Boom (aka Loud Boy) Being the new kid in town with no volume control on his voice, Daniel Boom discovers an even bigger problem: the evil Kid-Rid Corporation has silenced the entire world with their terrible Soundsucker LX machine! Daniel taps into his inner superhero to become Loud Boy!
Secret Identity Fifth-grader Nolan Byrd, tired of being called names by the class bully, has a secret identity-Shredderman!
Oliver the Mighty Pig Oliver feels like the superhero Mighty Pig when he wears his Mighty Pig cape, but he finds that being a superhero in the real world has some complications.
Bizarro Day! Can the Super Friends show Superman's opposite, Bizarro, how to be a hero?
Comic Book Heroes Easy-to-follow instructions show readers how to create life-like comic book characters.
Super Grammar: Learn Grammar with Superheroes In this book, all of the major elements of grammar are personified with superhero or super villain identities. The book's fun, full-color design looks like a mix between a reference book and a comic book.
Rise of Renegade X When Damien Locke finds out that his father is a superhero, not a supervillain like his mother, he realizes that he has to choose between the life of a villain or the life of a hero.
Super Human A group of teenagers learn about their abilities while fighting against a super human being from the past.
Artemis Fowl A twelve-year-old evil genius, Artemis Fowl, kidnaps a fairy and holds her for a large ransom of gold.
Dull Boy Fifteen-year-old Avery tries to hide his super powers until he befriends others with special abilities. Together, they learn about becoming heroes and try to figure out if they can trust a would-be mentor.
Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 Michael, a fourteen-year-old with Tourette’s syndrome, discovers that he has special electric abilities. While trying to discover how he ended up with his powers, he ends up on the run.
Sidekicks Scott Hutchinson is an ordinary boy by day and Bright Boy, a superhero sidekick, by night. After an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction, Scott starts to question his role as a sidekick.
Dark Star Sixteen-year-old Audrey thinks her mom is just a superhero fighting crime in the Twin Cities until she discovers she needs to use her own powers against what her mom is really fighting in the night.
Alex Van Helsing: Vampire Rising Fourteen-year-old Alex goes to a boarding school in Switzerland where he discovers that he has abilities that help him fight vampires, like his family has done for generations.
Hero Zach is a fourteen-year-old boy who discovers he has special abilities like his father, a man who completes missions for the president. Now Zach just has to decide how he wants to use those abilities.
Hero Thom has been hiding two things from his father: that he has special powers and that he’s gay. When he joins the League, he must learn to trust other aspiring heroes with special abilities and face a conspiracy within the League.
The Lightning Thief Percy Jackson learns that he is the son of the ancient Greek god Poseidon and works together with other demigods to prove he did not steal Zeus’s lightning bolt.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Harry learns that he is a wizard on his eleventh birthday, then attends a school for witches and wizards where he learns that there’s a lot more to being a hero than just developing his magical abilities.
The Talents Dancia, a fifteen-year-old with special abilities, enrolls in a boarding school for teenagers like her. It’s the first time that she really gets to make friends, have crushes, and avoid enemies.
The Mysterious Benedict Society After responding to a newspaper advertisement for children with special abilities, eleven-year-old Reynie and joins the Mysterious Benedict Society and, along with a few other kids, must stop a criminal mastermind from brainwashing the world.
Runaways Six teens find out their parents aren’t just evil, they’re supervillains. The teens discover they have powers of their own and go on the run.
The DC Comics Guide to Writing Comics This insider guide to writing comics will take readers through different tips and techniques for comic-book storytelling. Learn about the different formats, developing stories, and writing proposals to editors.
Graphic Novels & Comics:the Avengers, Batman, Captain America, Daredevil, Green Lantern, the Hulk, Iron Man, the Justice League, Spider-Man, Superman, Thor, Wonder Woman, the X-Men, etc.
Masked Features original stories and novellas from some of today's most exciting voices in comics, science fiction, and fantasy.
Chicks Kick Butt An anthology featuring strong, independent, and intelligent heroines who are quite capable of solving their own problems.
American Gods: A Novel An adventure into American cultural myth and legend that delves into the very heart of the USA.
Soon I Will Be Invincible Humorous account of Doctor Impossible, an evil genius and wannabe world dominator, who resides in a federal detention facility.
A Once Crowded Sky: A Novel Fuses comic-book-style storytelling with modern literary fiction to bring to life a universe of super men stripped of their powers.
The Fortress of Solitude: A Novel An urban coming of age novel that delves into the issues of race and class, superheroes, gentrification, funk, hip-hop, graffiti tagging, loyalty, and memory.
Wild Cards I An anthology of shared-universe superhero stories.
V for Vendetta A tale of the loss of freedom and identity in an eerily believable totalitarian world.
Watchmen Graphic novel chronicles the fall from grace of a group of superheroes while dissecting the concept of the superhero.
Bad Monkeys A member of a secret organization, the Department for the Final Disposition of Irredeemable Persons, or “Bad Monkeys,” has been imprisoned for murder.
After the Golden Age The powerless and estranged daughter of two great heroes gets drawn into a crime investigation.
Supergods Draws on art, science, mythology, and personal journeys to provide a true history of the superhero.
DC Universe: Legacies History of the DC Universe told from the dawn of superheroes during World War II through the present.