What If Bruce, Clark And Diana Went To The Same School? Study Hall Of Justice, A New Novel By Derek Fridolfs And Dustin Nguyen

All power to Tortsein Adair over at the Beat for the persistent Googling on this one.

Study Hall of Justice is a new series of novels of younger reader novels by the L'il Gotham team, written by Derek Fridolfs, illustrated by Dustin Nguyen from Scholastic, that repurposes the Justice League as kids in the same school creating their own detective agency…

Being the new kid at school is tough, especially when your school is called Doomvale Academy and your name is Bruce Wayne. There's a gang of jokers roaming the halls, a muscle-headed kid named Bane wants to beat you up, and your headmaster Hugo Strange seems really, well, strange.

This inventive novel follows young Bruce Wayne and his friends Clark (Superman) and Diana (Wonder Woman) as they start a Junior Detective Agency to investigate their teachers and find out what's going on behind closed doors at Doomvale Academy, all before recess.

This all-new story presents a twist on the idea of junior sleuths, using comics, journal entries, and doodles to reimagine Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman as three students in the same school. They'll try their best to solve their case, but just because you're faster than a speeding bullet or more powerful than a locomotive, it doesn't mean you get to stay up past eleven.

Out at the end of January it can be ordered here in the US and here in the UK… cheaper right now in US hardcover than on Kindle…

Could it look anything like this?

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