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All ages comics and manga for 1/18/12

It’s a small list this week, but with kids starting a new semester, maybe that’s not such a bad thing. Boom! Studios has the next WordGirl volume out, combining vocabulary with superheroes, and Papercutz releases another Disney Fairies, which finally features a cameo by Peter Pan. Took long enough!

The List:

Fraggle Rock Classics Volume 1 TP, $9.95 ^^AA Pick^^

Archie And Friends Double Digest #12, $3.99
Jughead #211, $2.99
Jughead’s Double Digest #177, $3.99
Sonic The Hedgehog Archives Volume 17 TP, $7.99
Sonic Universe #36, $2.99

WordGirl Volume 3 Word Up GN, $7.99

Tiny Titans #48, $2.99

Disney Fairies Volume 7 Tinker Bell The Perfect Fairy GN, $7.99
Disney Fairies Volume 7 Tinker Bell The Perfect Fairy HC, $11.99

Twin Spica Volume 11 GN, $13.95 ^^AA Pick^^

The Picks:

Fraggle Rock Classics Volume 1 – Archaia goes back in time for its newest Jim Henson property. Fraggle Rock first appeared in comics form back in 1985. Now you can read the history of your favorite Fraggles with this new reprinting of the original series, digitally remastered and collected in this first trade. Stories include “The Magic Time Machine,” “The Trouble with Being #1,” “The Monster That Could Be Anything” and “The Doozer Who WAnted to Be a Fraggle.” Old and new fans alike will enjoy the return of this classic series.

Twin Spica, Volume 11 – Vertical prepares to bring another series in for a landing. Asumi’s journey to become an astronaut is coming to an end as graduation looms over her and her friends. In their final days at the Tokyo Space School, many of the teens take the opportunity to finally share long hidden feelings and settle a few difference. And with Japan’s first student astronaut being selected, will Asumi’s life long dream finally come true? Asumi’s journey has been great to follow, and it’s almost sad to see the end so close in sight. No tween collection should be without this title.

Images © Archaia Entertainment and Vertical, Inc. respectively.

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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