Blue Beetle: Día de Graduación

Blue Beetle: Día de Graduación

Blue Beetle: Día de Graduación

Blue Beetle: Día de Graduación


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Jaime Reyes has a lot to juggle. Whether it's his finals for senior year or a new villain tearing up El Paso, Jaime is always torn between two worlds. But when those worlds come crashing together at his high school graduation, nothing will ever be the same.

(English edition: Blue Beetle: Graduation Day / Josh Trujillo / 9781779523242 [DC Comics, 8/1/2023])

Jaime Reyes is the hero Blue Beetle, bonded to a sentient alien artifact called a scarab that gives him high-tech armor. He's also a high school senior about to graduate! When a message from alien civilization the Reach bombards Jaime's scarab on graduation day, he's literally grounded by the Justice League. And as if that weren’t enough to worry about, Jaime's parents and friends are pressuring him about his next steps in life.

Jaime arrives in Palmera City to spend a gap year working in his tias' restaurant, but he's got other things on his mind— like who is the mysterious new Yellow Beetle he saw on the news? How are they connected to the Reach message that bombarded his scarab? And what's hidden here on Earth that's drawing the Reach back?

Can Jaime find balance in his life and rise to become a true hero, or will this super-heroing bring the full might of the Justice League down on him?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781779524256
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 08/01/2023
Pages: 176
Sales rank: 494,987
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Language: Spanish

About the Author

Josh Trujillo is a writer, editor, and narrative designer based in Los Angeles. He has worked with clients including Marvel, HBO, Google, Telltale Games, Netflix, and DC Comics, among others.

Trujillo is the creator of the colorful children's book Lost Beast, Found Friend, the sports comedy Dodge City, the historical romance Declaration, and more. His work spans different genre and audiences, including children's fiction, history, gaming, and queer issues. Trujillo has written for various iconic characters, including Superman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash. He has also written official comics based on Rick and Morty, Adventure Time, among others.

In 2020, he contributed to the Ignatz award-winning anthology Be Gay, Do Comics. Trujillo's work is also featured in DC Comics and IDW's Eisner award-winning Love is Love, benefiting victims of the Orlando nightclub tragedy, and the Ringo award-nominated Mine!, benefiting Planned Parenthood. In 2018, Dodge Citywas named one of the year's best comics by AV Club.

Trujillo speaks for inclusiveness and diversity in popular media, is a regular of conventions around the country, and has moderated discussion panels on historical comics, writing all-ages comics, and self-publishing.
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