DC Super Hero Girls: Summer Olympus Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-07-23 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" I read an online copy from NetGalley- Fun graphic- that continues following the DC Super Hero Girls on summer vacation. Wonder Woman is invited to stay at Mt Olympus with her father Zeus this summer. Not sure if kids are going to get the references to all of her half siblings- there are a lot of them. Could segway into a spin off series " The children of Zeus!" I liked reading the ARC with all of the editing remarks fun.Still a good graphic for 4-5th graders " said.

" It's a fun little tale that has a nice moral at its center. I still can't figure out why they don't use Catwoman more. " said.

" This quirky little graphic novel geared towards tween girls worked surprisingly well for me. It was a fun read and I appreciated how the tweaks to the characters still honored the spirit of the originals. " said.

" Thanks to DC for early access to this title from NetGalley! The school year at Super Hero High is wrapping up, and Wonder Woman is invited to Olympus to spend the summer with her father, Zeus. Zeus offers her the opportunity to become full-goddess, but his renegade children are wreaking havoc on Metropolis. Not great, but a solid middle-grade offering. " said.

" Just to be clear, I read the FCBD version, so it may be quite different from the full version. I personally didn't care for it as there was far too much sexism (shopping is mentioned on page 3) and the whole thing lacks sustenance. I just don't care for works that claim to empower girls while simultaneously belittling them. But maybe that's just my old, grouchy opinion. :) " said.

"I read this with my 8 yr old because she is a HUGE DC Super Hero Girls fan. She has a bunch of the dolls, Legos and playsets. When I took her to see Wonder Woman she even brought her DC Super Hero Wonder Woman doll with her.

This wording probably works a little better for starting around the Middle School Age but my daughter didn’t have trouble understanding the story lines. There is a huge bit that involves the Greek Gods and thanks to Rick Riordan she was very familiar with them and their background but if your child isn’t they may need a crash course to keep everything straight and really get all the context. You could easily see a spin off here. Yeah! More toys for me to buy lol

The graphics and color pallet worked well with this age level story and really helped the plot and characters come to life more. Overall it’s just a fun story.
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" ARC from NetgalleyPerfect for middleschoolers. i love the design of the characters and the world. I thought it was a fun read. " said.

" I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This volume is just as its predecessors: a lot of fun, hilarious and full of badass female characters. I especially love the the cutesy art style takes nothing away from the characters' badassness. This volume has another really fun storyline and I'd definitely recommend it if you like superheroines and if the cute artstyle intrigues you. " said.

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