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{Detention of Doom: Derek Fridolfs}Detention of Doom by Derek Fridolfs
Series: DC Comics: Secret Hero Society
Published by Scholastic Press on December 26, 2017
Genres: Childrens, Graphic Novels, Middle School, TV Adaptation
Pages: 176
Format: Hardcover
Source: Scholastic Press
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{Synopsis} – When Lex Luthor’s family company, Lexcorp(TM), invites kids from all over the country to attend an honors ceremony, Clark Kent is happy to participate. That is, until his award trophy creates a portal to another dimension and sucks him in! Lucky for Clark, his old friends Bruce and Diana along with newer friends Barry (The Flash(TM)) and Ollie (Green Arrow(TM)) are on the case! They’ll have to travel to an alternate dimension to free their friend from Lex Luthor’s grasp (and the worst detention ever) in this all-new adventure from Eisner Award winner Dustin Nguyen and Eisner Award nominee Derek Fridolfs.

{My thoughts} – All of the main characters are given trophies for various reasons. Some how the trophies make those who touch them vanish. Clark was the first to disappear.

When Bruce figures out what happened its a little late. They all end up joining Clark in a detention of sorts. The detention they come to find out was created by Lux Luther.

I enjoyed this book as it is written in the same style as the previous two. It is a quick and fun read that is sure to have any comic lover pulled into the story within the pages.

I believe that any child that enjoys reading comics and or graphic novels will enjoy reading these books.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.