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Good webcomics for kids: The Last of the Polar Bears

Katherine Dacey
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Back in 2003, artist Lindsay Cibos and writer Jared Hodges won Tokyopop’s Rising Stars of Manga contest with “Peach Fuzz,” a seventeen-page story about a young girl who adopts a ferret. Tokyopop then gave Cibos and Hodges the opportunity to develop their concept into a longer story documenting the ups and downs in Amanda’s relationship [...]

Preview: Darkwing Duck: The Duck Knight Returns

Brigid Alverson
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Let’s start off the weekend with something fun: a ten-page preview of Disney’s Darkwing Duck: The Duck Knight Returns, from Boom! Studios. This story has already been serialized in comics form, and the graphic-novel version is out next week. Enjoy!

All ages comics and manga for 11/03/10

Lori Henderson
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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 [...]

Links: Reviews and previews

Brigid Alverson

Fantagraphics, better known for their art comics than for kids’ stuff, is publishing two children’s comics by European artists, The Littlest Pirate King, by David B., and Toys in the Basement, by Stéphane Blanquet. And Robot 6 has a preview of The Littlest Pirate King as well. The venerable British kids’ comic The Dandy is [...]

The Reading Pile – November 1

Brigid Alverson
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We’re starting off the new month with a roundup of what everyone is reading. Check it out, and feel free to share your own recent discoveries in the comments section. Esther Keller: I started, but didn’t finish, vol. 1 of Chi’s Sweet Home. After reading so much about it, I had to see it for [...]