It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a ton of new kid-friendly comic books!

The activity-based, video-calling app Caribu is partnering with DC to add a whopping 77 comics to the platform.

Caribu is expanding its content for kids ages 8-12 with a variety of DC kids titles, including DC Super Hero Girls, Teen Titans Go!, Scooby-Doo, and Looney Tunes. The app also features free previews of DC’s middle-grade graphic novels, including Shannon and Dean Hale’s Diana: Princess of the Amazons, illustrated by Victoria Ying; Meg Cabot’s Black Canary: Ignite, illustrated by Cara McGee; Ridley Pearson’s Super Sons trilogy illustrated by Ile Gonzalez; and more.

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Kids can also join in on #CampCaribu! 100 Days of Summer Reading Camp, a program that kids can do together with family and friends in an interactive video-call. Caribu’s books and activities are interactive during calls, allowing both parties to turn the pages, draw together in real-time, and point to words so kids can follow along.

Head to caribu.com to download the app, along with free access to educational screen-time activities this summer.