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Out of the Bottle is the sixth graphic novel series based on the first generation of the DC Super Hero Girls franchise that is written by Shea Fontana, with art by Yancey Labat.

Official Description[]

With deadlines looming, some of the students of Super Hero High decide to stay up and finish their comic book projects for Miss Moone's art class. Can the girls help each other finish in time?

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Chapter One: State of the Martial Art

Chapter Two: Friends in High Places

Chapter Three: One-Hit Wonder Woman

Chapter Four: A Punch of Color

Chapter Five: Every Trick in the Book

Chapter Six: Painting the Town Red

Chapter Seven: The Write Stuff

Chapter Eight: Paper Trail

Chapter Nine: The Whicheroo-Wicheroo

Chapter Ten: On the Same Page

Chapter Eleven: Final Draft

Chapter Twelve: Two Sides to Every Story

Characters[]

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • Harley's evil drawing of herself is an obvious nod to how most incarnations of her are supervillains, althrougth with some of them reforming later and becoming heroes.
  • In Chapter 5, Chibi-Batgirl calls her Batcorn "[the] world's fimest friend", an homage to the World's Finest comics featuring Batman and Superman.
    • Later, Harley says her drawing "is not bad. Just drawn that way", an homage to the line "I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way" from the Disney film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
  • In Chapter 6, Starfire's drawn counterpart says she's "of the badness unto the bones", clearly trying to say she's "bad to the bone", which is the title of a song by AC/DC.
  • In Chapter 11, Harley says the quote "the pen is mightier than the sword"; the Joker previously referenced that line in Tim Burton's Batman.
    • Later, Harley says she considered studying psychiatry, a nod to her profession as a psychyatrist in most media.

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