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About Scott Sonneborn
Scott Sonneborn has written a bunch of TV shows for Disney, Cartoon Network, MTV, E!, and VH1. He's also the author of more than 40 books for kids, as well as a circus for Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey and some funny stuff for Mad Magazine. He's been nominated for an Emmy and was a Hugo Award Finalist in 2016. Back when he lived in New York, Scott was an Associate Editor at DC Comics. Now he lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their two sons.
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Batman: Killer Croc Hunter Apr 1, 2014
As a former pro wrestler, KILLER CROC bullied his opponents inside the ring. As a cutthroat criminal, this ferocious freak forces his competition out of town. Next on his hoodlum hit list is KITE MAN, but the second-rate super-villain isn't leaving GOTHAM without a fight. He's partnering with BATMAN, the WORLD'S GREATEST DETECTIVE, to wrangle up the reptilian rogue and take him down for the count.
Batman: Catwoman's Classroom of Claws Apr 1, 2014
When BATMAN learns about a school for aspiring villains, he sends ROBIN to find out who's in charge. While undercover, the BOY WONDER discovers that the mysterious headmistress is none other than . . . CATWOMAN! The DYNAMIC DUO must find a way to take down this feline felon before her students graduate to full-time crooks.
Supergirl vs. Brainiac (DC Super Heroes Book 81) Jul 1, 2013
Earth is under attack by a billion Braniacs! The evil android and his cold and calculating clones have tricked Superman into straying far from Earth's orbit, leaving the planet ripe for the picking. Only Supergirl stands a chance of slowing down the super-villain's army. But will the Man of Steel return in time to aid his younger cousin?
Other Formats: Library Binding
The Frankenstein Journals: I For an Eye Dec 21, 2015
J.D., the fourteen-year-old son of the notorious Frankenstein monster, comes into possession of the original mad scientist's secret journal. Clues lead him to the donor of his dad's right eye: a world famous detective from the 1940s whose grandson is now a detective himself. It's a good thing J.D. has inherited the sleuth's super skills, (along with his pale blue eye), because he also accidentally stumbles into his cousin-detective's most difficult case. And J. D. becomes the prime suspect! Readers will unscramble the pieces of the story through diary entries, mixed media images, and diagrams of mad science. Because if the young Frankenstein can't solve the crime, he'll be locked up for the rest of his strange, unnatural life!
The Frankenstein Journals: Feet First Dec 21, 2015
Fourteen-year-old J.D. discovers Dr. Frankenstein's Journals -- and that he is the son of Frankenstein's monster! J.D. always wanted a big family. Well, he's got it! -- all the people who made up his dad and their living descendants. Readers will rush headlong through J.D.'s quest in a flurry of mixed media images, maps, charts, and diary entries as he unlocks clues in the mad scientist's journals. When he discovers his dad's feet came from a famous explorer whose grandson is trekking through the wastelands of Antarctica, J.D. sets out to track him down. But he's not alone. Soon, he's in a race against time with a mysterious villain who schemes to collect J.D.'s cousins and use them to build a new monster!
Once again, Batman catches the Penguin in the act, meaning more prison time for the villain. Since the fowl felon has a bad habit of escaping his cell, the Dark Knight delivers him to a privately run, impenetrable prison this time around. But even from behind solid bars, the Penguin finds a way to gain the upper hand... and appoint himself warden! With all the thieves, thugs, and crooks under his sway, the Penguin hatches a plan to unleash his new army on Gotham City. The only shot Batman has at preventing the Penguin's entire army from flying free is to go inside the prison and battle the bird-brained villain on his own turf...
Deep Space Hijack (Superman) Apr 1, 2014
When astronauts crash on Pluto, only one man can save them . . . SUPERMAN! Faster than a speeding bullet, the MAN OF STEEL soars toward the dwarf planet, towing a high-tech rescue vehicle. Soon, he discovers an unexpected passenger aboard the spacecraft. JIMMY OLSEN, the DAILY PLANET'S young photographer, has hitched a ride, but that's not SUPERMAN'S biggest problem. When the evil KANJAR RO attacks, the MAN OF STEEL finds himself weakened by deep-space travel. Can he summon the strength to defeat the alien invader 3,660,000,000 miles from Earth's yellow sun?
No Guts, No Gloria (The Frankenstein Journals) Dec 21, 2015
Fourteen-year old J.D. is on the hunt – this time for guts! Readers will become immersed in J.D.’s quest through a blend of mixed media images, diary entries, and diagrams as the son of Frankenstein’s monster searches for the contributor of his dad’s large intestines. The clues lead him to his cousin, Gloria. Members of Gloria’s family have always had one job – to be a bodyguard to an ancient vampire! But after a run-in with the villainous Fran, Gloria is wounded after protecting J.D. Now the Invisible Man has come to town to seek revenge on the Vampire, and Gloria is at risk. If J.D. is going to save the day and his cousin, he’ll need to be brave. The only question is . . . does he have enough guts?
A Pain in the Butt (The Frankenstein Journals) Dec 21, 2015
J.D. is the fourteen-year-old son of the notorious monster of Frankenstein, on a quest to find his family – the donors of his dad’s parts. In New York City J.D. discovers a cousin, Bertie, who is extremely rich and likes sitting on his butt and doing nothing all day. Speaking of butts, that’s how J.D. is related to Bertie – through Frankenstein’s monster’s butt! Now Bertie is in danger. Fran is desperate to get her hands on a cousin and has enlisted the help of the Werewolf and the Invisible Man! But can J.D. convince the slacker Bertie that he really is related to an adventurer like J.D. and that the threat is genuine? Readers will be swept up in the story’s use of maps, diary entries, and mixed media images as J.D. and Bertie go on the run through the streets of the Big Apple.
The Frankenstein Journals: Guts or Bust Aug 1, 2015
Another day, another family member to find! J.D. is the fourteen-year-old son of Frankenstein's monster and is on a quest to find his family . . . the donors of his dad's mismatched parts. But with every cousin he meets, the danger mounts. New monsters lurk at every turn, and Fran will stop at nothing to get her hands on J.D.'s cousins and enlists the help of the Werewolf and the Invisible Man! Readers will be pulled into the delightfully creepy story with tons of diary entries, mixed media images, artifacts, maps and more as J.D. solves the secrets of his own rag-tag family!
Other Formats: Hardcover
The Good, the Bad, and the Monkeys (Comics Land) Nov 1, 2014
Jake is a kid cowboy, in charge of a wild bunch of monkeys. The work is hard and sometimes Jake wishes he could get away from those monkeys. But when a crew of rustlers try to nab them, Jake is ready to protect his herd.
Other Formats: Hardcover