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Prankster of Prime Time
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DC Super Heroes

Prankster of Prime Time

by Martin Pasko
Illustrated by Rick Burchett

After being released from prison, the evil PRANKSTER vows to turn over a new leaf. Instead of using his trickster talents for trouble, he's taking them to TV. As the host of a new show, the PRANKSTER recruits teenagers to perform practical jokes for a television audience. At first, the show is a hilarious hit. Soon, however, each prank becomes a preview for a crime, and SUPERMAN isn't amused. He's sending teenage reporter JIMMY OLSEN to investigate, and stop this reality show from becoming real-life mystery.

PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandDC Super Heroes
Age Level8-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 2-3
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count56



ReadPlus blog - Janet Cassidy

"(Ages 10+) The Prankster uses a variety of tricks to distract his victims. They end up laughing uncontrollably so the Prankster can steal their belongings. Jimmy Olsen, the young photographer for The Daily Planet, goes undercover to try to capture The Prankster. He is discovered and really needs Superman to save him. Will Superman get to Jimmy in time or will Jimmy's career end prematurely?" - ReadPlus blog

September 9, 2011

Martin Pasko

Martin Pasko

Martin Pasko has been working as a writer and editor in comics and television for many years, working on shows such as Roseanne, The Twilight Zone, and Max Headroom. Pasko has helped translate many comics into television series, including Batman: The Animated Series, for which he won a 1993 Daytime Emmy. He has also written Superman in many media, including TV animation and webisodes, as well as comics. He lives outside Manhattan with his wife, Judith, and their daughter, Laura.

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