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Review: ‘Operatic’

Kyo Maclear and Byron Eggenschwiler reveal the music genre best-suited to provide the soundtrack to the lives of teenagers in their innovative and excellent Operatic

Review: ‘Dr. Stone,’ vols. 1-6

Humanity has been turned to stone. Its only hope is a teenage who believes in the power of science.

Review: ‘Wildheart: The Daring Adventures of John Muir’

Wildheart: The Daring Adventures of John MuirWriter: Julie BertagnaArtist: William GoldsmithYosemite Conservancy; $17.99 One of the most challenging aspects of writing a biography must be deciding what to leave out. It must be doubly so when the subject has had a particularly long, full and influential life, one replete with compelling, must-tell anecdotes and an […]

This Week’s Comics: Jackie and Hilda

Titles from IDW Publishing and Nobrow-Flying Eye Books make the picks from this week’s new comic releases.

Preview: ‘World of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest’ #92

The Riverdale gang takes a pun-filled trip through a corn maze, and Jughead shows off his prowess as a vacuum cleaner salesman in today’s Archie preview.

Preview: ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender: Team Avatar Tales’

We’re closing out the week with some assorted pages from a new anthology of Team Avatar stories.

Review: ‘Dracula, Starring Mickey Mouse’ and ‘Frankenstein, Starring Donald Duck’

Bruno Enna and Fabio Celoni cast Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck in Dracula and Frankenstein, the strongest offerings yet from the Dark Horse-published Disney adaptations of works of classic literature.

Review: Survivors of the Holocaust: True Stories of Six Extraordinary Children

My reading has been a bit morbid this summer. I finally finished the adaptation of Anne Frank’s Diary. I’ve read 2 accounts of the Japanese Internment. I’m in middle of a story about Nazi Saboteurs and to round it all out, I picked up another graphic novel about the Holocaust.

This Week’s Comics: Pants-less Dogs and Ants

DC Comics and Toon Books celebrate two very different animals in the picks from this week’s comics list.

Preview: ‘Archie and Friends Back to School’ #1

It’s Labor Day weekend, so pretty much everyone is either already back in school or heading back there next week. Archie Comics is celebrating the return to classes with a retro-ish Back to School issue that gathers some of the new classic-style stories that have run in the monthly digests. (The Archie digests are mostly […]