DC Kids Camp Wants to Inspire Young Readers to Become Creators

Ty Phan discovers that he has been chosen to become a Green Lantern.

Ty Phan discovers that he has been chosen to become a Green Lantern.
Statue: Andie Tong (DC Comics)

With more and more schools around the world demanding that students of all ages stay at home the ongoing covid-19 epidemicmany parents find themselves find activities to occupy their children’s time. With that in mind, DC Comics just launched DC Kids Camp, a series of fun courses to inspire them to create things home.

As of today, the DC Kids social channels will start Twitter and Instagram starts pumping out interactive videos with some of the publishers medium-sized makers, like Minh Lê (Green Lantern: LegacyGene Luen Yang (With Superman Smashes the Klan, Brittney Williams (Lois Lane and the Friendship Challenge), and Kirk Scroggs (The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid), all aimed at teaching new creative skills to children.

Each video guides viewers through a different artistic process, such as making Power Lantern power rings, folding Superman origami, and creating your own superhero.

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In addition to creator-driven videos, DC Kids Camp also offers readers access to previews of upcoming DC content, coloring pages and activity sheets. As the comics industry itself is forced to struggle With the economic impact caused by the outbreak, these types of cases are an excellent way to deal with one connection to the public alive—aand potentially inspiring the next generation of makers who pursue art in one capacity or another.

New DC Kids Camp videos are released Monday through Friday at 10:00 AM a.m. PST.

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