The young DC heroes of DC Super Hero Girls are jumping from cartoons to comics pages once again in the new miniseries DC Super Hero Girls: Weird Science.
The digital-first comic is set in the same continuity as the popular DC Super Hero Girls animated series, created by My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic's Lauren Faust.
This all-ages series follows Zatanna, as the magic-using hero struggles to help her superhero friends out in Metropolis High’s science fair. As hi-jinks ensue, Zatanna is forced to question whether her magic is causing her friends' science projects to off the rails as more science-inclined heroes like Batgirl and Jessica Cruz's Green Lantern try to outdo each other.
Weird Science is penned by Amanda Deibert (Teen Titans Go!, John Carpenter's Tales for a Halloween Night and Batman and Harley Quinn). Art duties on the 14-issue series will be handled by a rotating roster of artists that includes Yancey Labat, Agnes Garbowska and Erich Owen.
DC: Super Hero Girls: Weird Science is released weekly on digital comics platforms by DC Comics. Check out a preview of the first issue, which is on sale now, below.
DC Super Hero Girls #1, by Amanda Deibert and Yancey Labat, is on sale now, on digital comics platforms.