It’s a small but decent list this week. Sonic the Hedgehog starts his second century of issues with the return of an old enemy and new adventures. Boom! Studios has a second printing of the Muppet Show #2 as well as a new series based on Toy Story. The second issue of Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers is out as well. The first issue was terrific! It’s a must buy!
Archie & Friends #132, $2.50
Pals N Gals Double Digest #132, $3.99
Sonic The Hedgehog #201, $2.50
Muppet Show #2 (of 4)(Roger Langridge 2nd Printing Cover), $2.99
Toy Story Mysterious Stranger #1 (of 4)(Cover A), $2.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Toy Story Mysterious Stranger #1 (of 4)(Cover B), $2.99
Billy Batson And The Magic Of SHAZAM #5, $2.50
Scooby Doo #145, $2.50
Super Friends #16, $2.50
Lockjaw And The Pet Avengers #2 (of 4)(Karl Kerschl Regular Cover), $2.99
Marvel Adventures Super Heroes #12, $2.99
Stone Rabbit GN Book 1 BC Mambo, $5.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Stone Rabbit GN Book 2 Pirate Palooza, $5.99
Toy Story: Mysterious Stranger #1 – Boom! Studios debuts another Disney property, Toy Story. It’s held a lot of traction since the first movie came out in the 90’s, so expect another sell out. There’s a new addition to Andy’s room; a green-glowing, circuit laden egg. While Woody and Buzz go to greet the newcomer, Rex is terrified of it, and plots to come up with a way to destroy it! Toy Story continues to be popular, and with a third movie in the works, you can count on the kids clamoring for this to tide them over.
Stone Rabbit GN Book 1: BC Mambo – Stone Rabbit is a series of graphic novels for young readers. Stone Rabbit lives a boring life in the small town of Happy Glades. One day he discovers a time portal under his rug and is flung into the prehistoric past where he is worshiped as a good by the prehistoric rabbits. But when his new worshiped are kidnapped by a monster, he must get past dinosaurs and neanderthals bent on world domination to rescue them. This title looks like a lot of fun for young readers. The art is simple but colorful, like a cartoon. And it’s got dinosaurs and bunnies. How can it go wrong?