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All ages comics and manga for 11/03/10

It’s a good week for manga and graphic novels. Viz has both young readers and tweens covered with their releases, including the final volume of Pokemon Diamond & Pearl. Graphic Universe unleashes two volumes each of their titles Nola’s World and On the Case with Holmes and Watson, and Dark Horse has the next volume in their POP Wonderland series. Marvel has some holiday surprises, and Papercutz is blue. Blue with more Smurfs!

The List:


Life With Archie Married Life #4, $3.99
Pals N Gals Double Digest #146, $3.99
Veronica #203, $2.99


Cars Adventures Of Tow Mater #4, $2.99
Donald Duck And Friends Volume 3 Double Duck TP, $9.99
Walt Disneys Comics & Stories #712, $2.99

POP Wonderland Volume 4 Cinderella HC, $16.99

Cartoon Network Action Pack #53, $2.99
Looney Tunes #192, $2.99
Scooby Doo Where Are You #3, $2.99

Nolas World Volume 2 Ferrets And Ferreting Out GN, $9.95
Nolas World Volume 3 Even For A Dreamer Like Me GN, $9.95
On The Case With Holmes & Watson Volume 2 Adventure Of The Abbey Grange GN, $6.95
On The Case With Holmes & Watson Volume 3 Adventure Of The Blue Gem GN, $6.95

Marvel Holiday Magazine 2010, $9.99
Ozma Of Oz #1 (Of 8)(Skottie Young Regular Cover), $3.99 ^^AA Pick^^

Classics Illustrated Volume 11 The Devils Dictionary And Other Works HC, $9.99
Smurfs Volume 3 The Smurf King HC, $10.99
Smurfs Volume 3 The Smurf King GN, $5.99


Choco Mimi Volume 5 GN, $7.99
Hikaru no Go Volume 21 TP, $9.99
Naruto Chapter Book Volume 16 Trapped, $4.99
Panda Man To The Rescue Volume 1 GN, $7.99
Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Adventure Volume 8 GN (Of 8), $7.99
Taro And The Magic Pencil Volume 1 GN, $7.99 ^^AA Pick^^

The Picks:

Ozma of Oz #1 – Marvel continues its adaptations of L. Frank Baum’s Oz books. Taking on the third volume, Dorothy Gales is plunged into adventure again. While traveling to Australia with her Uncle Henry, Dorothy and a talking chicken named Billian are washed off the ship, only to face drowning, starvation and the screaming Wheelers, strange men with wheels instead of hands and feet. These adaptations have been a big hit with kids and adults, for their faithful adaptations of the work as well as being just plain fun to read! No library shelf should be without them.

Taro and The Magic Pencil volume 1 – Viz continues to reach out to young readers with this new series. Taro was an ordinary boy before his comic book drawings started coming to life! When his characters start getting erased, it’s up to Taro to save them! With his magic pencil, Taro can transform in Terrie (a terrier) and enter his comic book world. Adventures more amazing than anything he’s ever imagined await! Combining comic book elements such as word balloons with text and games will make this appealing to young readers. It’s perfect for an Elementary school library. For a full review, check out Kate Dacey’s review of this title as well as Panda Man To The Rescue, which is also released this week, here.

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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