As many in comics would have told you over the last few years, if there’s one place where comics can definitely grow, it’s with younger readers. It seems that DC Comics has heard the message, as they’re launching DC Ink and DC Zoom, two new imprints targeted at young adult and middle grade audiences, respectively. […]
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Although the rest of the news from this breakfast is embargoed – this isn’t! A lot more from Ink and Zoom even though the first books haven’t appeared yet. DC Entertainment announced today during a press breakfast at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2018 (SDCC) the next wave of titles, authors and artists for the […]
The first books from each of the all-ages imprints will be in stores in 2019.
Acknowledging the importance of getting more young readers into their characters – and buoyed no doubt by the massive success of the DC Super Hero Girls franchise – DC officially announced not one but TWO new original graphic novels lines for young readers. DC Ink is focused on young adult (YA) readers, while the DC Zoom line […]