Flash/Supergirl Books Available Now!

Christmas is right around the corner.

You might be having trouble deciding what types of gifts to get people.

For those that love the Arrowverse TV shows,

there are 2 books available – one featuring the Flash and one spotlighting Supergirl.

The Flash: Hocus Pocus 

“In a timeline where Flashpoint never happened, The Flash (aka Barry Allen) must face a mysterious villain who can control the minds and actions of citizens. But when Hocus Pocus, as he calls himself, takes control of Barry, it’s up to Team Flash to help the Scarlet Speedster before he’s forced to do the unthinkable. Written by New York Times bestselling author Barry Lyga, this is one adventure fans of the TV series won’t want to miss!”

Price – $13.99 

Supergirl: Age of Atlantis 

“Supergirl (aka Kara Danvers) has been running across average citizens performing amazing feats all over National City. But that’s not even the weirdest thing going on. The Department of Extranormal Operations has captured a mysterious humanoid sea creature. Supergirl must find out what has drawn him to National City, and his connection to this surge of super-citizens. Written by celebrated author Jo Whittemore, this is one adventure fans of the TV series won’t want to miss!”

Price $ 13.99 

These would be great gifts for those that love the DC/CW TV Shows.
These will also help fill the void when these shows go on their winter hiatus!

Both are available now at your favorite bookseller and online!

  • Killsqu4d

    Meh. Having kids. I don’t know….🤥👋

  • 🎅Poppity🛷

    They are pretty ‘recent’. I first saw them in the mid-2000s when my first kids were around that age and I thought they were brillant. The Dr. Seuss ones are very cute. I’m sure they’ll still be around for when you have kids of your own! 🙂

  • Killsqu4d

    Ok that makes sense. Must of not had those when I was a kid haha

  • 🎅Poppity🛷

    Board books are very hard and resistant books with thick pages that are very hard to destroy, though not impossible (trust me). They are meant specifically for small children who are not delicate in their handling of things and for those who use them as teething objects. 🙂

  • Killsqu4d

    Oh. Thanks

  • twstdbydsn

    Those hard cardboard page books for little kids. so they can’t rip pages out.

  • Killsqu4d

    Board books?

  • 🎅Poppity🤶

    LOL Toddlers usually read board books. 😉
    I know adults that still read comics like this. If my hubby grabs one of the kids’ comic books, he’ll thumb through it and sometimes be very taken into the story. It’s good fun.

  • Killsqu4d

    Ain’t no adult going to buy these shits. Good for toddlers maybe

  • 🎅Poppity🤶

    It’s a great idea to offer something like this and it really helps promote literacy when so many youngsters seem to shy away from books. They have actually started to incorporate full-length comic strip books into school curriculums here because it holds kids’ interests and can be used in the classroom. I’m all for it!
    I hope your niece will be getting some superhero stuff from her dedicated uncle. 😉