Shea Fontana And Agnes Garbowska Launch New DC Super Hero Girls Comic Starring Jessica Cruz

DC Comics has revealed the next installment in their DC Super Hero Girls comics, hitting digital comics outlets on November 20th. Called DC Super Hero Girls: Spaced Out, the comic is written by Shea Fontana with art by Agnes Garbowska, and features "Jessica Cruz, Earth's new Green Lantern, as she heads to Oa with some of her best friends to introduce herself to the Green Lantern Corps." New chapters in the 12-issue series will be available every two weeks.

To learn more, check out an upcoming Facebook Live broadcast on the DC Kids page:

Fans of the DC SUPER HERO GIRLS series can hear all about the new tale by joining a special Facebook Live broadcast on the DC Kids page on Monday, November 13 at 3p.m. PST. Begin submitting questions now about the story and characters, including our favorite pup, Krypto the Super-Dog, by commenting on the DC Kids Facebook post, or by using #AskDCSuperHeroGirls via Twitter.

Here's the description of the comic:

Jessica Cruz is the new girl at Super Hero High, and the newest Green Lantern of Earth. And if she thought learning how to control her powers was scary, she now must report to Oa to meet the rest of the Green Lantern Corps. Luckily, some of her new friends are willing to make the trip with her, but they never would have expected that they would be coming up against some of the biggest threats in the galaxy! Meanwhile, the earthbound students are faced with their own challenge—pet-sitting Krypto the Super-Dog, Supergirl's adorable and feisty Kryptonian pup.

Shea Fontana And Agnes Garbowska Launch New DC Super Hero Girls Comic Starring Jessica Cruz Shea Fontana And Agnes Garbowska Launch New DC Super Hero Girls Comic Starring Jessica Cruz Shea Fontana And Agnes Garbowska Launch New DC Super Hero Girls Comic Starring Jessica Cruz

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