Halloween is just around the corner, which is reflected in this week’s picks. Also check out the second volume in the POP Wonderland Series from Dark Horse, this time featuring Little Red Riding Hood. The second issue of Boom! Studio’s Muppet Peter Pan is out this week, while DC Comics must deal with The Attack of the Caped Creature in Batman: Brave and the Bold. Meanwhile, Archie Comics has Betty and Veronica on a different holiday watch! Nooo! It’s too early for Christmas!
Archie Double Digest #203, $3.99
Betty & Veronica #244, $2.50
Casper & The Spectrals #1, $2.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Bart Simpson Comics #50, $2.99
Simpsons Classics #22, $3.99
Muppet Peter Pan #2 (Cover A David Peterson), $2.99
Muppet Peter Pan #2 (Cover B Amy Mebberson), $2.99
POP Wonderland Series Vol 2 Little Red Riding Hood HC, $16.95
Batman The Brave And The Bold #10, $2.50
Billy Batson And The Magic Of SHAZAM #9, $2.50
Fairest Of Them All Tale Wicked Queen HC, $15.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #56, $2.99
Wolverine First Class #20, $2.99
X-Men Forever #10 (Tom Grummett Regular Cover), $3.99
Casper & The Spectrals #1 – It’s Casper the Friendly Ghost’s 60th Anniversary, and to help celebrate, Ardden Entertainment updates the character, along with his supernatural friends, Wendy the Witch and Hot Stuff with this new series. Within New York City is another city where all the supernatural creatures such as demons, witches, ghosts and goblins live called Spooky Town. An ancient evil has arisen, known only as Volbragg, and threatens both Spooky Town and New York City. It’s up to Casper and his friends to band together and fight the evil. Casper has been a staple in kids comics for years, so it’s good to see his return, with a story and style that will appeal to a new generation.
Fairest of Them All: Tales of the Wicked Queen – Have you ever wondered why the Wicked Queen from Snow White was so wicked? Well, now’s your chance to find out in this new novel for tweens. Starting when she was just a young bride, we meet the Queen as she worries about marrying the King and becoming Snow White’s new mother. See her own humble background, and who that man in the mirror really is. Written by Serena Valentino, a creator who has worked for Slave Labor Graphics, this story weaves original work with lines and scenes from the original 1937 movie, creating a story that is familiar yet new at the same time. Disney fans as well as those who love the villains will really enjoy this title.