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Interview: Grace Ellis and Brittney Williams on Lois Lane

Lumberjanes co-creator Grace Ellis and Goldie Vance artist Brittney Williams talk about how they created an origin story for Lois Lane.

Exclusive First Look at ‘Lumberjanes: True Colors’

The girls have just rounded up a truckload of giant clams, Jan has been left in charge of the camp, and Ripley’s starting to wonder what her friends really think of her in this preview of ‘Lumberjanes: True Colors.’

Review: ‘Beetle & The Hollowbones’

Goblin witch-in-training Beetle has to figure out to save her local mall in order to save the afterlife of her ghostly best friend who haunts it, and has to figure out if her old best friend is an ally or enemy in Aliza Layne’s debut graphic novel.

This Week’s Comics: Friendship Challenges

Check out this week’s new comics, manga, and graphic novels including middle school titles from DC Comics and Atheneum Books for Young Readers.

News: New ‘Avatar’ Spinoff in the Works

Here’s some news for Avatar the Last Airbender fans: Toph Beifong will get her own spinoff graphic novel series, Avatar: The Last Airbender—Toph Beifong’s Metalbending Academy, to be published by Dark Horse in February 2021. Faith Erin Hicks, who took over as writer from Gene Luen Yang, is the writer for this graphic novel as well, […]

Review: When Stars Are Scattered

Today, Esther reviews Victoria Jamieson and Omar Mohamed’s true story of a child’s experiences in a refugee camp in Kenya.

Review: ‘Shirley & Jamila Save Their Summer’

Shirley and Jamila are both in danger of losing their summers to camps neither has any desire to go to, but by joining forces they are able to save their own summers…and those of several other neighborhood kids in Gillian Goerz’s fun take on the kid detective genre.

This Week’s Comics: Friendships in Disguise

Check out this week’s new comics, manga, and graphic novel releases featuring titles from Dial Books and IDW Publishing.

Review: ‘Unrig: The Broken Systems of U.S. Democracy and How to Fix Them’

A thought-provoking look at American democracy today, examining how it was broken and what we can do to fix it.

Review: ‘Kerry and the Knight of the Forest’

Kerry strays from the path and gets lost in a dark and haunted forest, but that’s where the similarities to most fairy tales end in Andi Watson’s surprise-filled new graphic novel.