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Harley Quinn is center stage in the newest volume of the DC Super Hero Girls graphic novel series, DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 5: OUT OF THE BOTTLE! For an assignment in Ms. June Moone’s art class, the girls are working on their very own comic books. The character-created comic pages give us a glimpse into each girl’s personality. But Harley isn’t satisfied with her comics cre Harley Quinn is center stage in the newest volume of the DC Super Hero Girls graphic novel series, DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 5: OUT OF THE BOTTLE! For an assignment in Ms. June Moone’s art class, the girls are working on their very own comic books. The character-created comic pages give us a glimpse into each girl’s personality. But Harley isn’t satisfied with her comics creation and thinks a little of Ms. Moone’s special paint will really help her drawings come to life! The problem? Harley’s drawings literally come to life! DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 5: OUT OF THE BOTTLE continues to develop the relationships forged in DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: FINALS CRISIS, HITS AND MYTHS, SUMMER OLYMPUS and PAST TIMES AT SUPER HERO HIGH. Written by Shea Fontana, this Harley-centric story is perfect for girls ages 6-12!


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Harley Quinn is center stage in the newest volume of the DC Super Hero Girls graphic novel series, DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 5: OUT OF THE BOTTLE! For an assignment in Ms. June Moone’s art class, the girls are working on their very own comic books. The character-created comic pages give us a glimpse into each girl’s personality. But Harley isn’t satisfied with her comics cre Harley Quinn is center stage in the newest volume of the DC Super Hero Girls graphic novel series, DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 5: OUT OF THE BOTTLE! For an assignment in Ms. June Moone’s art class, the girls are working on their very own comic books. The character-created comic pages give us a glimpse into each girl’s personality. But Harley isn’t satisfied with her comics creation and thinks a little of Ms. Moone’s special paint will really help her drawings come to life! The problem? Harley’s drawings literally come to life! DC SUPER HERO GIRLS VOL. 5: OUT OF THE BOTTLE continues to develop the relationships forged in DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: FINALS CRISIS, HITS AND MYTHS, SUMMER OLYMPUS and PAST TIMES AT SUPER HERO HIGH. Written by Shea Fontana, this Harley-centric story is perfect for girls ages 6-12!

30 review for DC Super Hero Girls Vol. 5: Out of The Bottle

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rodney

    I'm rating this high because I bought it for my 5yo daughter and she was entranced! We read the whole thing--all 120 pp.--together and she loved every moment. The jokes landed (for her), the story was engaging, the characters were a lot of fun. It was a perfect gateway drug into the world of the Graphic Novel for my little one, which was what I was hoping for. She even had favorite pages that she wanted to return to again and again. There was also a really nice mental health, take-care-of-yoursel I'm rating this high because I bought it for my 5yo daughter and she was entranced! We read the whole thing--all 120 pp.--together and she loved every moment. The jokes landed (for her), the story was engaging, the characters were a lot of fun. It was a perfect gateway drug into the world of the Graphic Novel for my little one, which was what I was hoping for. She even had favorite pages that she wanted to return to again and again. There was also a really nice mental health, take-care-of-yourself, sort of message at the end, too, which I didn't expect but thought was a good touch.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tonje

    cute and chaotic, with a "believe in yourself" and "therapy is good actually" message. cute and chaotic, with a "believe in yourself" and "therapy is good actually" message.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rosemarie

    My 8 yr old son loves these - he reads them and then we read them together which is so much fun. I have to say I love these books - they’re funny and smart and I like that my son can read about super hero girls and enjoy them.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jaymie

    [I received an electronic review copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.] This was a fun addition to this series. These stories are lighter and sillier than what you will find in the Lisa Yee middle grade novels set at Super Hero High. This story in particular hits a lot of those silly notes. The solution to the runaway comic characters might get groans from some readers, but I had to chuckle. And the whole story took a more serious tone when th [I received an electronic review copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.] This was a fun addition to this series. These stories are lighter and sillier than what you will find in the Lisa Yee middle grade novels set at Super Hero High. This story in particular hits a lot of those silly notes. The solution to the runaway comic characters might get groans from some readers, but I had to chuckle. And the whole story took a more serious tone when the characters talked about mental health and seeing a therapist to help them with the ups and downs of being super. It was a nice and unexpected message in the story. Fans of this series will get a kick out of this one!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Theediscerning

    On these gaudy, none-more-bright-and-colourful pages, our superhero girls are writing each other into their comics for a school project, when all the characters come to life as evil equivalents. This causes a horrendous interruption in all the positive vibes and casual affirming going on, leading to many more characters you wouldn't even suspect being dragged into the drama. It's actually a decent way to get the heroines fighting themselves, and the new dark Harley is a decent design move, but b On these gaudy, none-more-bright-and-colourful pages, our superhero girls are writing each other into their comics for a school project, when all the characters come to life as evil equivalents. This causes a horrendous interruption in all the positive vibes and casual affirming going on, leading to many more characters you wouldn't even suspect being dragged into the drama. It's actually a decent way to get the heroines fighting themselves, and the new dark Harley is a decent design move, but boy it is pretty childish. There is a slathered-on message at the end, and to repeat – if reading this digitally, make sure you dim your screen's brightness first.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    *I received an egalley from Netgalley in return for an honest review.* 3.5 I think elementary and possibly middle school girls will enjoy this graphic novel which features a Harley and Ivy that are good, along with Supergirl, Batgirl, Wonder Woman, and other teenaged super heroes. The girls are given an art assignment to create a comic, and Harley creates an evil version of herself but uses magic paint that makes the drawings come to life! Added to this disaster, their art teacher, Ms. Moone turns *I received an egalley from Netgalley in return for an honest review.* 3.5 I think elementary and possibly middle school girls will enjoy this graphic novel which features a Harley and Ivy that are good, along with Supergirl, Batgirl, Wonder Woman, and other teenaged super heroes. The girls are given an art assignment to create a comic, and Harley creates an evil version of herself but uses magic paint that makes the drawings come to life! Added to this disaster, their art teacher, Ms. Moone turns into the Enchantress and the girls have to fight both sets of evil as they try to take over the high school and the town!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Herrington

    Librarian: As a woman, and an unashamed geek, it makes me extremely happy to see little girls get into superheroes. For that alone, I would love the DC Superhero Girls books. The fact that they're actually good? It makes me so happy. Plus, the stories are good enough, that the little boys want to read them too! With such broad appeal, how can any Elementary School/Children's librarian resist adding these to their Kid's Graphic Novel Section? Reader: The DC Superhero Girls continue to remain a tr Librarian: As a woman, and an unashamed geek, it makes me extremely happy to see little girls get into superheroes. For that alone, I would love the DC Superhero Girls books. The fact that they're actually good? It makes me so happy. Plus, the stories are good enough, that the little boys want to read them too! With such broad appeal, how can any Elementary School/Children's librarian resist adding these to their Kid's Graphic Novel Section? Reader: The DC Superhero Girls continue to remain a treat for readers of all ages. These are easily some of the best kid's comic books I've ever read, and it always makes me excited to read more of them.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lizz

    Another really solid juvenile graphic novel. I thought using the different art styles for the magic paper evil heroes was a great touch. Honestly, though, the thing that stuck with me the most and made me bump this up from a 3-star to a 4-star review is the page where Harley, Wonder Woman, and Supergirl all admit to going to therapy and talk about how helpful it is and how there is no shame in asking for help and guidance from professionals. That's huge. That's SO HUGE in a children's book. Shea Another really solid juvenile graphic novel. I thought using the different art styles for the magic paper evil heroes was a great touch. Honestly, though, the thing that stuck with me the most and made me bump this up from a 3-star to a 4-star review is the page where Harley, Wonder Woman, and Supergirl all admit to going to therapy and talk about how helpful it is and how there is no shame in asking for help and guidance from professionals. That's huge. That's SO HUGE in a children's book. Shea Fontana is out here normalizing therapy and seeking help for kids and that's awesome.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    Yes, this is a kids' comic book series, but I think they knocked this particular story out of the park. It was funny, self-irreverent in a delightfully meta sort of way, and threw in some big topics for a juvenile comic book. Sure, those big topics weren't tackled so much as gently nudged forward, but bringing up self-image and mental wellness in a engaging way for an audience that is primarily made up of adolescent girls? Kudos to you D.C. Girls! Keep up the good, and fun, work! Yes, this is a kids' comic book series, but I think they knocked this particular story out of the park. It was funny, self-irreverent in a delightfully meta sort of way, and threw in some big topics for a juvenile comic book. Sure, those big topics weren't tackled so much as gently nudged forward, but bringing up self-image and mental wellness in a engaging way for an audience that is primarily made up of adolescent girls? Kudos to you D.C. Girls! Keep up the good, and fun, work!

  10. 4 out of 5

    JoAnne

    My 7 year-old loves the DC Super Hero Girls, we always read them together and we always laugh. While this one is (in my opinion) the weakest out of the series so far, it's still really good. It's great to have a series with strong female super heroes, and especially where the traditionally "good guys" and traditionally "bad guys" all go to school together, and they can work together - it's a great message to send to kids. My 7 year-old loves the DC Super Hero Girls, we always read them together and we always laugh. While this one is (in my opinion) the weakest out of the series so far, it's still really good. It's great to have a series with strong female super heroes, and especially where the traditionally "good guys" and traditionally "bad guys" all go to school together, and they can work together - it's a great message to send to kids.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Carina

    Just found these at our library and my mom and I are eager to read them. We are fans of the DC Superhero Girls show. This book was exciting and felt just like the show. The girls are writing and illustrating their own comics in art class when their teacher mentions that they aren’t to touch her potions. Harley disregards the warning, and uses magical paint that makes her comic come to life. The superheroes have to defeat a bunch of comic book characters. Good twists and turns.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lissa Joy

    A fun book. It was really clever how they utilised the different art styles to tie in with the story (if that makes sense?) - it was a very good use of the medium. Honestly, the drawings come to life really creeped me out... I really liked how the story ended with the message that therapy is good & nothing to be ashamed about. Also the little nods to cannon/Easter eggs were fun (e.g Harley saying she might like to be a psychiatrist when she grows up).

  13. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Cowley

    This whole series of graphic novels is excellent, but this may very well be my favorite. Not only do we have an excellent cast of female superheroes, and not only does Harley Quinn make a really fun, quirky, and clever heroine... but this book deals with mental health in brilliant ways. I don't think I was exposed to a single book when I was a kid that normalized talking to a therapist or really explored how to deal with negative emotions. This book is amazing. This whole series of graphic novels is excellent, but this may very well be my favorite. Not only do we have an excellent cast of female superheroes, and not only does Harley Quinn make a really fun, quirky, and clever heroine... but this book deals with mental health in brilliant ways. I don't think I was exposed to a single book when I was a kid that normalized talking to a therapist or really explored how to deal with negative emotions. This book is amazing.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    I really enjoyed how this tackled mental health, especially in a way that's still accessible to kids. It's so important to normalize seeing a counselor and the way they combined it with Moone's more serious storyline worked so well. The different art styles also reminded me of some comics compilations from when I was younger. I really enjoyed how this tackled mental health, especially in a way that's still accessible to kids. It's so important to normalize seeing a counselor and the way they combined it with Moone's more serious storyline worked so well. The different art styles also reminded me of some comics compilations from when I was younger.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Theory4brains

    I mean, it's probably good for its audience? These "Superhero Girls High" books feel like their supposed to be written for a high school audience, but are actually written and drawn for people under the age of 10? Like, I'm not knocking it, it's fine for what it is, just think they need to figure out their demo. Glad it ends in them realizing editing is important and so is good mental health I mean, it's probably good for its audience? These "Superhero Girls High" books feel like their supposed to be written for a high school audience, but are actually written and drawn for people under the age of 10? Like, I'm not knocking it, it's fine for what it is, just think they need to figure out their demo. Glad it ends in them realizing editing is important and so is good mental health

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shazzer

    The DC Super Hero Girls series continues to be a seriously fun comic book, and I love that this title specifically spoke to the importance of taking care of your mental health. It's not something you see all that often in books for kids, but it's something that needs to be normalized. Awesome! The DC Super Hero Girls series continues to be a seriously fun comic book, and I love that this title specifically spoke to the importance of taking care of your mental health. It's not something you see all that often in books for kids, but it's something that needs to be normalized. Awesome!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Xander Kennedy

    At this point I don't know what more to say about these volumes. The kids are still hooked on them and I enjoy them enough and so we'll keep reading them. It is interesting how they keep changing the villains into heroes (such as Black Canary). At this point I don't know what more to say about these volumes. The kids are still hooked on them and I enjoy them enough and so we'll keep reading them. It is interesting how they keep changing the villains into heroes (such as Black Canary).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Raven Black

    Traditional graphic novel format, but younger crowd is the audience. Story line is connected, but something feels off. While does not say part of a series, you need a little knowledge about who the characters are. However, the mythology has changed to fit some new directions in their stories.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kaylabookworm22 L

    I loved it! This book was super cute and full of good lessons.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Schneider

    A fun comic book. I enjoyed. I will be recommending this series to my friends for their girls. I won this book through goodreads.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amelie

    You should read it. It's pretty good. You should read it. It's pretty good.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    I love this book!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Katelyn

    An amazing artistic adventure about believing in your self.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    A hit with my 5 year old Fun story and my daughter loved the metaphors involved with the Enchantress! Good for younger audience. Magic paint leads to some fun times!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Felicity walker

    Felicity the UK is the first place to be the best

  26. 5 out of 5

    Julia Butler

    My 9 year old daughter loves it! It's on her favorites list! The art/illustrations are amazing. My 9 year old daughter loves it! It's on her favorites list! The art/illustrations are amazing.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    This was definitely my least favorite in the series.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Travis Berketa

    DC Superhero Girls: Out of the Bottle was one of the best Superhero Girls graphic novels for its comedic humour. Both my daughters (ages 7 and 4) thoroughly enjoyed the antics of the girls (and guys) as they attempted to round up the villains that were spawned from their imaginations. The story begins with the girls having to produce their own comic for their Art class with Ms Moon. My first thoughts were, I think they've got a new artist, but then we find that it is just the artistic styling DC Superhero Girls: Out of the Bottle was one of the best Superhero Girls graphic novels for its comedic humour. Both my daughters (ages 7 and 4) thoroughly enjoyed the antics of the girls (and guys) as they attempted to round up the villains that were spawned from their imaginations. The story begins with the girls having to produce their own comic for their Art class with Ms Moon. My first thoughts were, I think they've got a new artist, but then we find that it is just the artistic styling of Katana, followed by the rest of the girls, as they tell their own Superhero Girl story. But all hell breaks loose when Harley Quinn uses some magic paints (that Ms Moon has told the girls not to use). This magic paint brings out the girls characters from the page and into real life, but with a darker edge to their characters - even Supergirl's sweet-as-pie Batgirl and Supergirl become "mean girls". Definitely a 5-star story with a lot to laugh about and enjoy.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alana

    mayhem ensues when harley accidentally paints with magic paint and her comic characters come to life. the girls help stop the characters rampage. what i like is in this as well as the other stories, everyone works to uplift and encourage each no matter if they are a villain or a hero. self-doubt is acknowledged and not ignored. everyone makes mistakes and that's ok if we work to make it better. this is a great series for girls or anyone who could use a hero and examples of how to love and sup mayhem ensues when harley accidentally paints with magic paint and her comic characters come to life. the girls help stop the characters rampage. what i like is in this as well as the other stories, everyone works to uplift and encourage each no matter if they are a villain or a hero. self-doubt is acknowledged and not ignored. everyone makes mistakes and that's ok if we work to make it better. this is a great series for girls or anyone who could use a hero and examples of how to love and support each other. (Received free through Goodreads First Reads)

  30. 5 out of 5

    uniquareads

    4 stars because harley going to see a therapist is something that kids who are struggling will be able to dress and possibly relate with

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