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Links: What’s hot for summer

John Hogan reports on the Hot Fall Graphic Novels for Libraries panel at BEA (which featured GC4K blogger Eva Volin) and presents their full list at Graphic Novel Reporter. GNR also has their own lists of the hottest graphic novels of summer 2010, broken out by age and category. Every week, my colleagues at Robot […]

Review: Mugen Spiral Omnibus


Sixteen-year-old Yayoi is descended from a powerful line of mystics tasked with protecting the human world from the demon. When Ura, a demon prince, attempts to steal her powers, Yayoi transforms him into a cat and treats him as a house pet, temporarily lifting the spell on him when she needs help defeating powerful foes. […]

Preview: Cars #6


BOOM! Kids has provided us with a preview of the Cars #6, part of the ongoing series, which they will be releasing on June 10. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge each image—and enjoy! Cars #6

All ages comics and manga list for 6/3/10


Are the kids (or you) counting down the days until school’s out? It’s coming up, but with time being relative, it could be too fast or too slow.  Why not pass some of that time with some of the books on this week’s list? Bongo Comics has a new collection of Bart Simpson comics for […]

Review: Classics Illustrated #10: Cyrano de Bergerac


This comic adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s 1898 play about a long-nosed, sharp-tempered soldier/poet living in France in the 1640 was originally done in 1991 for First Comics. Papercutz has picked it up and offers it now in an affordable hardcover edition. Classics Illustrated #10: Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand adapted by Peter David and […]

Review: Shrek Forever After: the Prequel


If you’ve seen the new Shrek Forever After movie, then you might be wondering why Rumpelstiltskin was so mad at our favorite green ogre at the beginning of the movie. Well, all your answers are here in Shrek Forever After: the Prequel, along with two bonus stories featuring Donkey and the Gingerbread Man in new […]

Links: Airbender, Scooby Doo, and comics for girls

Rick Marshall talks to Dave Roman, co-writer of The Last Airbender: Zuko’s Story (a prequel to the movie) at MTV’s Splash Page. At The Graphic Classroom, Peter Gutierrez visits the Comics in the Curriculum exhibit at Columbia University and talks to the curator, Karen Green, and Chris Wilson interviews Alexander and Joseph Lagos, the creators […]