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Preview: Ernest & Rebecca, vol. 4


Ernest & Rebecca is an unusual series. Translated from the French, it’s the story of a little girl who is sort of sickly, and her friend who is a germ. It’s a cute fantasy tale, but it’s set against the backdrop of family problems, as Rebecca’s parents separate during the course of the series. Volume […]

This Week’s New Comics: Boo Shaker

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It’s gonna be a busy weekend, with both Easter and Wondercon! Pick up some good comics to read between panels, or to stuff the Easter basket! BOOM! Studios has another easy reader featuring the friends of Ice Age. Dark Horse Comics continues their re-release of the tween friendly manga Angelic Layer by the well-known manga […]

Good Comics For Kids at WonderCon 2013

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This weekend WonderCon, a mostly comic convention run by the same folks who run San Diego Comic Con, will be held again at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. If you’ll be attending this year, and are interested in finding out more about what’s available in kids comics up to Tween, or panels that […]

Review: Peanut


Peanut Written by Ayun Halliday; Drawn by Paul Hoppe Schwartz & Wade; $15.99 There’s a panel in Ayun Halliday and Paul Hoppe’s Peanut that could also serve as a log line for the book. “The hardest thing about a peanut allergy,” says the main character, Sadie Wildhack, “is remembering to stay vigilant. Especially if you […]

Preview: Betty and Veronica Double Digest #211


Here’s another quick look at a Betty and Veronica comic for you. Betty and Veronica Double Digest #211 hits the comics shops tomorrow, but you get a first look today! Here’s the 411: It’s a lovely spring day, perfect for a walk! Or so Veronica thinks… Riverdale’s resident fashion maven attempts to trek to Betty’s, […]

Roundtable: The DC Fan Family website


When DC announced it’s new Fan Family website, we had some mixed reactions. And they were still mixed after we gave it a look. Mike, Robin, Esther, Lori, and I talked about what we like about DC Fan Family and what still needs work. What was your first reaction on hearing that DC created a […]

Preview: Adventure Time #14


This month’s Adventure Time #14 wraps up two stories. Finn, Jake, and Princess Marcelline battle a virtual monster in the main arc, written by Ryan North and illustrated by Braden Lamb and Shelli Paroline, and Finn dodges his fate as the Princess of Rad Hats in a side story by Crogan’s Adventures creator Chris Schweizer. […]

Preview: Geronimo Stilton: The First Samurai


Geronimo Stilton meets Akira Kurasawa in Geronimo Stilton: The First Samurai, the 12th volume of the time-traveling mouse’s adventures in graphic novel form. In this story, the Pirate Cats travel back to 1603 Japan, and Geronimo and his troupe follow, impersonating a traveling band of actors, to find out what they are up to. Good […]

This Week’s New Comics | Airbending Turtles

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Spring is in the air…somewhere I’m sure. This week’s list is small but strong, perhaps to encourage kids to go outside and enjoy the sunshine (if available in your area). Sonic Universe from Archie Comics hits the big 5-0, while IDW Publishing releases the second of their My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Micro-series, this […]

Review: DC Super Friends


Among the latest offerings from Capstone’s fruitful relationship with DC Comics are a line of hardcovers reprinting some of the latter’s kid-friendly comics. Not collections of groups of comics, but single-issue reprints, differentiated from the original comics only by their hard, sturdy covers and spines—actual comic books never seem to last long in libraries, no […]