Lighthearted superhero action is fun, but is big toy ad.
Bug-monsters offer light horror hijinks in third volume.
Spine-tingling ghost story haunts long after reading.
Fun action show joins long-running, but violent franchise.
Friendship and family in Paris in exciting, creepy sequel.
Great haunted house mystery with challenging puzzles.
Well-done (but not perfect) port of console hit.
Madcap mayhem perfect for Big Nate fans.
Fast-paced coming-of-age tale about finding yourself.
Award-winning '90s series is violent but entertaining.
Superman fights, learns life lessons in animated thriller.
Solid action RPG leaks blood at every turn.
Tween tale is both creepy and sweetly poignant.
Fewer playboy antics, but still plenty of violence.
Great math practice with fun story, entertaining characters.
Wacky, gripping sequel has slapstick, swordplay, sweetness.
Lightweight movie spin-off with comic violence.
Kids capture and collect ghosts in enjoyable arcade game.
Simple teleporting game with puzzle element, mild violence.
Goofy comedy for young boys riffs on horror cliches.
The Selection sequel is more romantic, still superficial.
Superheroes' new look, comical feel invites younger kids.
Gory, bloody zombie shooter sequel with co-op play.
So-so sci-fi shooter based on rebooted movie series.
Mediocre LEGO game with minor violence and reckless driving.