The cold weather is back, and the best way to fight it a blanket, a cup of hot chocolate, and some good comics from this week’s list! The Sonic the Hedgehog spin-off series, Sonic Universe, is about to hit a milestone as the 49th issue is released from Archie Comics. Drawn and Quarterly releases two graphic novels of Moomin, and Image Comics releases the third volume of Super Dinosaur.
Betty And Veronica #264 (Alitha Martinez Variant Cover), $2.99
Betty And Veronica #264 (Dan Parent Regular Cover), $2.99
Life With Archie #27 (Fernando Ruiz Regular Cover), $3.99
Life With Archie #27 (Mike Norton Variant Cover), $3.99
Sonic Super Digest #2, $3.99
Sonic The Hedgehog Archives Volume 20 TP, $7.99
Sonic Universe #49, $2.99
World Of Archie Double Digest #26, $3.99
Adventure Time #13 (Cover A Mike Holmes), $3.99
Adventure Time #13 (Cover B Kel McDonald), $3.99
Young Justice #25 (Final Issue), $2.99 ^^AA Pick^^
DRAWN AND QUARTERLY
Moomin Builds A House GN, $9.95
Moomin Falls In Love GN, $9.95
My Little Pony Micro-Series #1 (Of 6)(Twilight Sparkle)(Cover A Amy Mebberson), $3.99 ^^AA Pick^^
My Little Pony Micro-Series #1 (Of 6)(Twilight Sparkle)(Cover B Thomas F. Zahler), $3.99
Popeye Classics #7 (Cover A Bud Sagendorf), $3.99
Super Dinosaur Volume 3 TP, $12.99
Disney Pixar Cars Magazine #12 (Disney Publishing Worldwide), $4.99
Smurfs Volume 14 The Baby Smurf SC, $5.99
Smurfs Volume 14 The Baby Smurf HC, $10.99
Benjamin Bear In Fuzzy Thinking TP, $4.99
Benny And Penny In The Toy Breaker TP, $4.99
Chick And Chickie In Play All Day TP, $4.99
Jeff Smith’s Little Mouse Gets Ready TP, $4.99
My Little Pony Micro-Series #1 (Of 6)(Twilight Sparkle) – Because readers just can’t get enough Ponies. This series of single issues from IDW puts the spotlight on the Mane Six, starting with Twilight Sparkle. This bookworm pony becomes enthralled with a literary masterpiece. When she finds out the series was never continued, she goes on a quest to hunt down the reclusive author, Jade Singer. It will take all of Twilight Sparkle’s detective skill to find the author amidst many twists and turns. Following up quickly on the smash hit series that My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has become, IDW gives fans another way to read more stories about their favorite ponies, with stories that make their personalities shine. No fan of the series, TV or comic, should pass this series up.
Young Justice #25 (Final Issue) – It is with a heavy heart that we must bid farewell to another DC Comics kid-friendly series. In this final issue, the young heroes must make their last stand against villains Kylstar and Brainiac and save not just Metropolis but the entire planet from destruction, while Deadshot finally hits his target. It is a great shame that DC has decided to end this comic as the TV series ends its run as well. The company will be down to just one superhero series for kids when Teen Titans Go! premieres. I have nothing against Teen Titans, but I don’t see why there couldn’t be room for two teams that kids could read. Give this series a strong goodbye and pick up the final issue.
Images © IDW Publishing and DC Comics respectively.