Fill that sci-fi shaped void in your life with some of this week’s new releases. Dark Horse Comics has a new Star Wars Clone Wars trade The Sith Hunters. Viz Media continues its original stories with the newest Voltron Force, Twin Trouble, or follow Hal Jordan’s adventures in space in DC Comics Green Lantern The Animated Series‘ latest issue.
Mecha-Nation Androidology TP, $9.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Archie Double Digest #232, $3.99
Betty And Veronica #261, $2.99
Life With Archie #22 (Pat Kennedy Cover), $3.99
Life With Archie #22 (Fernando Ruiz Cover), $3.99
Sonic Universe #43, $2.99
Simpsons Comics #193, $2.99
Peanuts Volume 2 #1 (Of 4)(Cover A Vicki Scott), $3.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Roger Langridge’s Snarked #11, $3.99
DARK HORSE COMICS
Star Wars The Clone Wars The Sith Hunters TP, $7.99
Green Lantern The Animated Series #5, $2.99
Amulet Volume 3 The Cloud Searchers SC (New Printing), $12.99
Baby-Sitters Club Volume 1 Kristy’s Great Idea SC (New Printing), $9.99
Baby-Sitters Club Volume 2 The Truth About Stacey SC (New Printing), $9.99
Classic Popeye #1, $3.99
Marvel Super Heroes #3 (Disney Publishing Worldwide), $4.99
Voltron Force Volume 3 Twin Trouble GN, $7.99
Mecha-Nation Androidology TP – Metal-out with the High School kids from Glass Lake High! Students Kevin, Marcus, Ray, Zehra and Susie discover their true natures as Mecha-sapiens and band together to form Mecha-Nation, a new team of superheroes. With secret identities as Stealth, Blast!, Tank, Charge and Fahrenheit, they battle against the Factory’s monsters and their arch-enemy Mr. Gear. But keeping their identities a secret proves to be more of a challenge than the monsters they fight. This trade collects all three issues of the comic series from an all-star creative team that includes creators from Young Justice, Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens, Phineas & Ferb and Penguins of Madagascar. Middle school readers and up are a perfect fit for these new teen superheroes.
Peanuts Volume 2 #1 – The Peanuts gang is back in an all-new series from BOOM! Studios. It’s the last days of summer, so Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the gang live it up with a beach party! Along with all-new stories, this issue has a How-To-Draw feature and classic Sunday strips from Charles Schulz. While this series is geared toward younger readers, it’s a fun read for all ages.
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