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This Week’s Comics: Little Women Cause a Ruckus

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This week’s new comics include a new ‘Johnny Boo’ and a new take on ‘Little Women.’

Review: ‘The Avant-Guards’ #1

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A mixed group tries to form a sports team at an all-female drama college.

Exclusive: ‘Hex Vet’ to Get a Sequel

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Today we get to announce Sam Davies’ second Hex Vet graphic novel, ‘Hex Vet: The Flying Surgery,’ to be published by BOOM! Studios in December 2019.

Preview: ‘Archie 1000 Page Comics Party’

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Now it’s party time, Archie style, with our exclusive preview of Archie 1000 Page Comics Party. This plump anthology hits the streets on February 13. Enjoy!

Preview: ‘World of Archie Comics Digest’ #86

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Let’s kick off this mid-February week with some previews! First up is World of Archie Comics Digest #89. We’ve got a look at the brand new lead story, plus an entire classic story. The digest goes on sale on Wednesday. Enjoy!

This Week’s Comics: Maker Big

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This week First Second delves into some DIY while Humanoids Publishing looks at the silly side of science.

Review: ‘Disney Manga: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas: Zero’s Journey,’ Book One

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Jack’ dog Zero gets the spotlight in the first volume of this sequel to ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas.’

Review: ‘Grand Theft Horse’

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More than just another horse story, ‘Grand Theft Horse’ is about one woman fighting the horse racing system for the right to train her horse humanely.

Review: ‘Young Justice #1′

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Brian Michael Bendis’ new Wonder Comics imprint from DC is off to a strong start with Young Justice #1, in which he and artist Patrick Gleason relaunch the seemingly unrelaunchable team of teenage superheroes.

This Week’s Comics: Giver Take Down

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This week Capstone Press looks at some historical moments in sports and Houghton Mifflin Company introduces a classic story to a new audience.