With school back in session in so many places, it’s probably a good thing that the list is on the shorter side this week with many of the regular monthly titles coming out. Sonic Universe, Darkwing Duck and the Simpsons will be waiting in pull boxes and on shelves for kids after school. Ape Entertainment collects the first Megamind series and to help with the transition back to the classroom, Image has the next Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors.
Megamind Volume 1 Brilliantly Brilliant TP, $6.95
Archie & Friends #157, $2.99
Archie Double Digest #221, $3.99
Sonic Universe #31, $2.99
Sergio Aragones Funnies #2, $3.50
Simpsons Comics #181, $2.99
Darkwing Duck #15 (Cover A James Silvani), $3.99
Tiny Titans #43, $2.99
Gladstone’s School For World Conquerors #4, $2.99
Marvel Adventures Spider-Man Friendly Neighborhood Digest TP, $9.99 ^^AA List^^
SEVEN SEAS ENTERTAINMENT
Amazing Agent Jennifer Volume 1 GN, $10.99 ^^AA List^^
Amazing Agent Jennifer Volume 1 – The popular Amazing Agent Luna gets a spin-off series! Take a trip to the past and see Luna’s hard-as-nails boss “Control” before she was a top agent. Follow Jennifer Kajiwara from her freshman year in the Agency, through her struggles with her parents and her grueling training, to her first dangerous mission as a field agent. Jennifer must learn the hard way how to play deadly spy games in a secret war full of intrigue, betrayal and deadly consequences. This two-volume series will feature events that will tie directly into future volumes of Amazing Agent Luna. This title is a must for fans of Amazing Agent Luna, as it gives more insight into the world of AAL. As a self-contained short series, it is also a good way for new readers to check out the series.
Marvel Adventures Spider-Man: Friendly Neighborhood Digest – This volume features four tales collected from Marvel Adventures Spider-Man issues 13-16. This volume has the webslinger taking on Dr. Doom and seeking the help of Dr. Strange. He has his European vacation interrupted, and he gets behind the wheel to investigate a series of armored-car robberies. But what is more scary? The super villains, or Peter’s driving? These digests are great way for kids to keep up with their favorite superheroes, in a size that fits easily into their backpack for in-between classes and lunch reading.