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All ages comics and manga list for 3/25/09

It’s another comic heavy week with the only manga, Hikaru no Go coming from Viz.  Bongo releases another trade for all you Simpsons fans, and Scholastic rains down the battle with Bakugan with several different media tie-in titles.  But the real excitement this week is the debut of Boom! Studios new kid’s line.  They’ve even created a website just for them, so kids don’t get in trouble for viewing their more adult titles on the main site.  For more on their books, scroll down!


Archie #595, $2.50
Archie Double Digest #197, $3.99
Sonic Universe #2, $2.50

Futurama Comics #42, $2.99
Simpsons Comics TP Vol 17 Hit The Road, $15.95

Incredibles Family Matters #1 (of 4)(Cover A Mr Incredible), $2.99  ^^AA Pick^^
Incredibles Family Matters #1 (of 4)(Cover B Elastigirl), $2.99
Incredibles Family Matters #1 (of 4)(Cover C Frozone & Jack-Jack), $2.99
Incredibles Family Matters #1 (of 4)(Cover D Dash & Violet), $2.99
Incredibles Family Matters #1 (of 4)(Variant Incentive Cover), AR
Muppet Show #1 (of 4)(Cover A), $2.99  ^^AA Pick^^
Muppet Show #1 (of 4)(Cover B), $2.99

Batman The Brave And The Bold #3, $2.50
Cartoon Network Block Party #55, $2.50

Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four #46, $2.99
Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four TP Vol 11 Doomed If You Dont Digest, $9.99
Marvel Adventures Two-In-One #21, $4.99

Bakugan How To Draw SC, $4.99
Bakugan Official Handbook SC, $7.99
Bakugan SC Vol 1 Battle Brawlers, $4.99
Bakugan SC Vol 2 Double Battle, $4.99

Dragonball The Movie Posterzine, $9.99
Hikaru No Go TP Vol 14, $7.95


Incredibles: Family Matters #1 – Boon Studios jumps into the all ages genre feet first with two titles to start this month.  To start Mark Waid, well known writer and Editor-in-Chief of Boom Studios writes the first story for The Incredibles.  The super hero family face new villains, and new neighbors, while Mr. Incredible hides a troubling secret from the costume-clad clan.  Mark Waid’s stories never fail to entertain, and his helming this first series bodes well for the line.  This first issue also comes with four different covers featuring each family member that make one big cover when put together.  Parents with BIG Incredibles fans be warned.

Muppet Show #1 – This is the second premiere comic in Boom! Studio’s new kid’s line.  Written by Roger Langridge, another well known comic writer with an absudist sense of humor, the Muppet Show returns to entertain a new generation.  This title is an ongoing title, but will have 4-issue story arcs to break it up.  This title kicks off with Kermit longing for his Swampy home.  While he plucks the banjo forlornly, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie, and the rest of the gang try to cheer him up.  Parents with a nostalsic bent and kids will love the gags and skits that fill this book.  It’s sure to be a hit with all ages.

Lori Henderson About Lori Henderson

Lori Henderson is a mother of two teenage daughters and an avid reader. She blogs about manga at her personal blog Manga Xanadu as well as contributing and editing for Manga Village. She blogs about all things fandom (mainly Doctor Who) at her other personal blog Fangirl Xanadu. She's been at it so for over 5 years now and counting!

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