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All ages comics and manga for 10/06/10

Lori Henderson
Thor and the Warriors Four

It’s the beginning of October! We don’t need to be seeing anything with the “C” word in the title of any book, but Archie Comics taunts us anyway with volume 6 of Archie and Friends. Ape Entertainment brings out two more licensed titles, including Pocket God, which is based on an iphone game. Viz is [...]

Links: Mouse Guard, Anne Frank, and Dark Swan

Brigid Alverson

David Petersen talks about Mouse Guard at Comic Book Resources: “The short elevator pitch is ‘mice with swords,’” said Petersen, “living in a culture where all the predators of the world are trying to get them. They are food.” Jeff Smith has a brief chat with the Washington (DC) City Paper; he was in town [...]

Preview: Toy Story

Brigid Alverson
ToyStory_small

Boom! Kids gave us a peek at their latest release, Toy Story #7, in which the culprit behind the missing toys is revealed, and Woody and Buzz set out to stop it. Enjoy!

Review: The Incredible Rockhead vs. Papercut!

Brigid Alverson
Rockhead

The Incredible Rockhead vs. Papercut! By Scott Nickel and C.S. Jennings Published by Stone Arch Books ISBN: 9781434219763 The concept is a little odd, but it works: An action graphic novel based on the old rock, paper, scissors game, with superheroes taking on the attributes of all three. The action is strictly played for laughs, [...]

Interview: Scott Chantler on Tower of Treasure

Scott Robins
Tower of Treasure cover

When I saw early pages of what would become Tower of Treasure, 3 years ago, I knew it would be the kind of book that would find an audience immediately. From the mind of Scott Chantler, the first book in the Three Thieves series combines a sure fire-genre—fantasy, a trio of strong main characters and [...]

All ages comics and manga for 9/29/10

Lori Henderson
On the Case 1

It’s the end of the month, so with not so many floppy comics coming out, graphic novels can have a chance to shine. Scholastic continues the Amazing Adventures of Nate Bank with the release of the third volume this month. Lerner’s Graphic Universe has some continuing titles as well as debut title. Batman: The Brave [...]