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  1. Image Comics’ Invincible is a prime example of this. Named for it’s main hero, Invincible tells the story a teenager trying to be a hero and grow up at the same time. That might sound familiar, but Invincible is actually kind of unique in today’s comic book market because, for the course of it’s entire run, it has only had a single writer.

  2. While Robin, Wonder Girl, Speedy, Aqualad, and Kid Flash may have all grown into more adult roles, they formed the core of the Teen Titans well past their teen years. Even into the era of the...

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  4. While stories have followed the iconic heroine mostly as an adult, a Zatanna show tracing her adventures as a teenager would work just as well. Her origin story has barely been touched upon in other media versions which would help a solo series stand out. 5 Wonder Twins

    • Superman. Superman is arguably the most iconic superhero of all time. Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, Superman represents justice in the face of evil.
    • The Hulk. Boys and girls of all ages love the Hulk. Sure, he can be terrifying at times, but under all the aggression is a hero with a heart of gold. Plus, kids understand temper tantrums.
    • Spider-Man. Spider-Man is an easy character to relate to for kids, because for almost all of his career, Spider-Man has been a teen. While Superman worried about Kryptonyte, Peter Parker stressed over a curfew and the Green Goblin.
    • Lumberjanes. If comic books often feel like a boy’s club, Grace Ellis, Shannon Watters, and Noelle Stevenson’s Lumberjanes will be a breath of fresh air.
  5. Apr 25, 2016 · The story follows orphan Nobody Owens, or Bod, who is raised in graveyard by a pair of ghosts and a vampire. Meanwhile, his parent’s killer seeks to find him and finish the job. The sheer scale and...

  6. Caped is the story of a classic superhero "coming of age" story that follows a kid as he tries to figure out whether he wants to be a hero and then how it makes him a darker person than he wants to be. I really enjoyed the entire series. I also recommend his Superhero Detective series. 9. Villains Rule by M.K. Gibson

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