Starfire’s Goth daughter and new love interest for Poison Ivy debut in new YA DC Comics graphic novels

Back in May 2019, DC Comics unveiled its lineup for upcoming YA and Middle Grade graphic novels for 2020/2021 including I Am Not Starfire from novelist Mariko Tamaki. New indices recently discovered on the Penguin Random House website discovered liberation details for the YA DC Comics graphic novels I Am Not Starfireas well as a previously unannounced Poison Ivy: Thorns .Tamaki, who won the Eisner for “Best Writer” for the Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass OGN, joins creator Yoshi Yoshitani team up for the Starfire graphic novel. Arriving August 10, 2021 I Am Not Starfire debuts Mandy Koriand’r, the daughter of the eponymous Teen Titan member.

From New York Times bestselling columnist Mariko Tamaki( Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me, Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass) and craftsman Yoshi Yoshitani( Zatanna and the House of Mystery) comes a narrative about Mandy, the daughter of super-famous superhero Starfire, and her desperate attempts to get out from under her shadow.

Seventeen-year-old Mandy Koriand’r is not her father. Daughter of Starfire and high school outcast, Mandy is constantly trying to get out from under the shadow of her color, bubbly, scantily attired, and far-famed mother. Dyeing her shining orange whisker black and remaining close to her best good friend, Lincoln, Mandy spends her periods at academy shunning Teen Titans superfans and trying to hide her feelings for the ravishing, favourite, and perfect Claire. And while Mandy generally forestalls expend too much time with her foreigner baby, she’s been particularly quiet as she’s keeping one major mystery from her: Mandy went out of her S.A.T.

While Mandy continues to tell Lincoln her schemes of moving to France to escape the family spotlight and not go to college, she privately secretes a horror of not knowing her identity outside of time being the daughter of a superhero and who she will become. But when she is partnered with Claire to work on a school project, their friendship develops into something more and a self-confidence unknown to Mandy begins to bloom. Claire seems to like Mandy for being Mandy , not the daughter of Starfire.

But when someone from Starfire’s past comes to disrupt Mandy’s future, Mandy must finally make a choice: give up before the engagement has even begun, or step into the unknown and risk everything. I Am Not Starfire is a story about mother-daughter affairs, hugging where you come from while noting your own identity, and learning to be unafraid of miscarrying, if it was even flunking in the first place.

Meanwhile YA novelist Kody Keplinger makes spring into the DC Universe with craftsman artist Sara Kipin for a gothic-horror reimaginging with Poison Ivy: Thorns accessible June 8, 2021.

New York Times bestselling author of The DUFF Kody Keplinger and artist Sara Kipin reimagine an iconic DC antihero with a gothic-horror twist.

There’s something uncommon about Pamela Isley-the girl who obscures behind her light red mane. The girlfriend who won’t caused anyone inside to see what’s lurking behind the curtains. The girl who is applicable to extreme portions to care for a few bushes. Pamela Isley doesn’t trust other beings, specially males. They ever demand something from her. Something she’s not willing to give.

When cute goth girl Alice Oh comes into Pamela’s life after an accident at the neighbourhood park, she makes her feel like pulling back the palls and giving the sunshine in. But there are dark secrets deep within the Isley house. Secrets Pamela’s father has alarmed must remain hidden. Secret that could turn deadly and destroy the one person who ever cared about Pamela, or as her mom preferred to call her…Ivy.

Will Pamela open herself up to the possibilities of love, or will she forever be transformed by the thorny vines of retaliate?

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