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‘I Am Not Starfire’ Explores What It Means To Be A Superhero’s Daughter

Mandy isn't sure who she wants to be, but she knows who she is not.

(Featured Image: DC / Mariko Tamaki / Yoshi Yoshitani)

DC has released a trailer teasing the story for their upcoming graphic novel, I Am Not Starfire, and it looks like a fun and unique story of what it means to be the daughter of an iconic superhero.

Mandy isn’t sure who she wants to be, but she knows who she is not.

I Am Not Starfire is an upcoming young adult graphic novel written by New York Times Bestselling Author Mariko Tamaki with art by Yoshi Yoshitani. The story follows Mandy, the daughter of the popular hero Starfire, as she deals with what it means to be a teenager heading into adulthood, being the daughter of an alien superhero, and what she wants for herself.

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A unique coming-of-age story exploring what it means to have your identity, the art looks great and is both detailed and fun.

I Am Not Starfire will be available July 27, 2021. Head here to learn more and to pre-order your copy.

Do you like anime? Then you will want to check out Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2021, an online anime convention coming to screens August 6-7th! You can head to the official site to learn more.

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