Mashable reports the series will launch in August 2017 with “Wonder Woman,” by author Leigh Bardugo (The Grisha Trilogy), arriving on the heels of the Warner Bros. movie.
That will be followed by “Batman,” by Marie Lu (“The Young Elites”); “Superman,” by Matt de la PeÃ±a (“Mexican Whiteboy,” “The Living”); and “Catwoman,” by Sarah J. Maas (The Thrones of Glass series).
According to Random House Books For Young Readers, the novels “will embrace themes of good vs. evil, coming-of-age romance, and superheroes from unexpected places who have the determination to achieve seemingly impossible dreams.”
Last year DC partnered with Capstone’s Switch Press for the Lois Lane young-adult novel “Fallout,” by Gwenda Bond. Random House has also launched a line of DC Super Hero Girls novels for middle-school readers, beginning with “Wonder Woman at Super Hero High.”
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