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Review: ‘Norroway Book 1: The Black Bull of Norroway’

Black Bull of Norroway

Sisters Kit and Cat Seaton transform an obscure old fairy tale into a engaging new fantasy in Norroway, a sort of Beauty and The Beast by way of Avatar: The Last Airbender. The first book in the series kicks off an epic adventure in which an unlikely pair face curses and the forces of fate.

‘Sunny’ Series Continues With Third Volume

Sunny Rolls the Dice

A new book is announced to follow Sunny Side Up and Swing It, Sunny.

Third Star Scouts Book Announced

Star Scouts: The Invasion of the Scuttlebots

A new Star Scouts book is coming later this year to finish the series.

Next Maker Comics Cover Fan Activities

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Two new Maker Comics are coming this fall from First Second.

Preview: ‘Betty & Veronica Friends Jumbo Digest’ #267

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Everyone pitches in to help sharpen Veronica’s reflexes!

Review: ‘Darkroom: A Memoir in Black and White’

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Darkroom: A Memoir in Black and White By Lila Quintero Weaver The University of Alabama Press Not rated, but suitable for ages 12 and up Content note: This book includes several instances of “the n-word,” always used in a historical context. Lila Quintero Weaver’s Darkroom: A Memoir in Black and White is a graphic memoir […]

Preview: ‘Teen Titans Go’ #32

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Here’s another preview to chase away the cabin fever: A sneak peek at Teen Titans Go #32: Starfire is “Snowbunny’s Fool” when Robin takes the team to a ski resort—but it’s cold-weather-hater Raven who really surprises her teammates! And back in Titans Tower, things go awry when watching “Friendly the Snowman” provides the wrong kind […]

This Week’s Comics: Supers Fire

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This week IDW Publishing has a French Youth Award winning comic and First Second warms things up with from a Greek god’s forge.

Review: Pandora’s Legacy

Pandora's Legacy

‘Pandora’s Legacy’ puts a new spin on the legend of Pandora’s box and sets it in modern times, making this a good pick for fans of Rick Riordan’s ‘The Lightning Thief.’

Review: ‘Satoko and Nada’ Volume 1

Satoko and Nada

Two young women, one Japanese and the other Muslim, room together and learn about each other’s culture.