The fifth Wednesday in the month is usually sparse, but it’s hard to tell when the whole month of January has felt like this! BOOM! Studios’ big hit Adventure Time is about to turn one year old with this month’s issue. The final volume of Roger Langridge’s Snarked is out, completing this great title. And both of this week’s picks feature dark, goth-y girls. Don’t miss out on the darkly strange and magical girls!
Calvin And Hobbes Attack Of The Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons TP (New Printing), $12.99
Richie Rich Gems #48, $3.99
ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Archie Double Digest #237, $3.99
Archie The Married Life Volume 3 TP, $19.99
Futurama Comics #65, $2.99
Simpsons Illustrated #5, $3.99
Adventure Time #12 (Cover A Chris Houghton), $3.99
Adventure Time #12 (Cover B Zack Sterling), $3.99
Roger Langridge’s Snarked Volume 3 TP, $14.99
DARK HORSE COMICS
Emily And The Strangers #1 (Of 3)(Buzz Parker Regular Cover), $3.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Emily And The Strangers #1 (Of 3)(R. Black Variant Cover), $3.99
Courtney Crumrin #9, $3.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Emily And The Strangers #1 – The girl who always looks strange returns to Dark Horse comics. Emily is determined to win a legendary haunted guitar. So, with the help of her trio of trouble-making cats, she works to make the most rockin’ song the world has ever known. But can she do it solo? Emily started out as an advertising mascot for the clothing line Cosmic Debris but has become a popular character in her own right. She’s had her own comics series, novels, and even a video game in the UK! With her Gothic nature and own style, and of course, her cats, she is quite popular with the tween to teen crowd. This new series should be no different.
Courtney Crumrin #9 – Courtney Crumrin’s ongoing series keeps rolling along for Oni Press. In this issue, things continue to not go well for Courtney. She has decided to stay with the Duchess the Twilight Kingdom, but that won’t stop Aloysius, who is determined to get Courtney back. To make matters worse, the council has been less than honest regarding their intentions for Courtney and Aloysius. It’s not going to end well for someone. Courtney Crumrin is a clever, well written title, and going to an ongoing floppy format hasn’t done anything to change that. This is another great title for tweens and teens, and Courtney is a great protagonist.
Images © Dark Horse Comics and Oni Press respectively.