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The Week’s Comics: Samurai Jack’s Hazardous Tales

Lori Henderson

While Mother Nature can’t make up its mind, it shouldn’t be too hard to find something to read on this week’s list. Archie Comics starts another crossover with Mega Man meeting Mega Man X in the latest Mega Man. IDW Publishing delves into Celestia’s origin in the new My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and Marvel Comics finishes its first original Disney property with the final issue of Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird.

The List:

ABRAMS
Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales Volume 4 Treaties Trenches Mud And Blood HC, $12.95  **Weekly Pick**

ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Jughead And Archie Double Digest #2, $3.99
Mega Man #37 (Erik Ly Villains Variant Cover), $2.99
Mega Man #37 (Patrick Spaziante Regular Cover), $2.99
Mega Man #37 (Patrick Spaziante Relics Of The Past Variant Cover), $2.99
Sonic Super Sized Digest #7, $3.99

BONGO COMICS
Bart Simpson Comics #90, $2.99
Futurama Comics #71, $2.99

BOOM! STUDIOS
Bravest Warriors #20 (Cover A Jose Garcia), $3.99
Bravest Warriors #20 (Cover B Genevieve FT), $3.99
Peanuts #18 (Cover A Charles M. Schulz), $3.99

IDW PUBLISHING
My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic #19 (Cover A Andy Price), $3.99
My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic #19 (Cover B Amy Mebberson), $3.99
Samurai Jack #8 (Cover A Andy Suriano), $3.99  **Weekly Pick**
Samurai Jack #8 (Cover SUB Antonio Fuso), $3.99

MARVEL COMICS
Disney Kingdoms Seekers Of The Weird #5 (Of 5)(Mike Del Mundo Regular Cover), $3.99
Marvel Universe Ultimate Spider-Man #26, $2.99
Marvel Universe Ultimate Spider-Man Volume 6 Digest TP, $9.99
Oz Ozma Of Oz TP, $19.99

The Picks:

NHHT Trenches The Weeks Comics: Samurai Jacks Hazardous TalesNathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales Volume 4 Treaties Trenches Mud And Blood HC – Nathan Hale returns to tell tales about World War I. The tone of warfare in the 20th Century was set by World War I as it expanded war to a global stage, and the battles became mechanical and brutal. Nathan Hale’s namesake tells more true-life tales from the war, putting his own Hazardous Tales twist on them. Funny, informative and easy to understand, this volume is a great way to introduce this historical event, with its well-known battles and little-known secrets, to kids and adults alike. The Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales series is a great way to make history and historical events interesting and relevant to readers of all ages. This series is a must for every library.

Samurai Jack 8 The Weeks Comics: Samurai Jacks Hazardous TalesSamurai Jack #8 – Writer Jim Zub creates a unique story without letting Jack say a single word. Featured at IDW Publishing’s Wondercon panel, this special issue is written without a word of dialogue, giving Samurai Jack character designer Andy Suriano the challenge to tell the tale through his illustrations alone. Jack, seeking some peace and quiet from the noise of the future he has been thrust into, reflects on his odyssey to return to the past, but he may not like what he finds staring back at him. Find out why a picture is worth a thousand words as Suriano shows Jack’s struggles not just with the strange world he was thrown into but also with himself.

Images © Abrams and IDW Publishing respectively.

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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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