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Preview: Betty & Veronica Holiday Annual Digest #248

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OK, yeah, it’s Halloween, but we’re going to rush the season just a bit, because before the candy goes stale, we’ll all be thinking about the holiday season. Betty and Veronica are just getting started in the lead story of Betty & Veronica Holiday Annual Digest #248; as always, the digest features a new story […]

This Week’s Comics: Halloween Team-Up

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Whistling winds and ghastly ghouls won’t keep this week’s new releases from getting out! American Mythology Productions releases a spooky special for Halloween with Three Stooges: The Curse of FrankenStooge, while Archie Comics pits Jughead against Sabrina the Teenage Witch in an epic prank fest in Jughead #10. But if even these are too scary […]

Review: ‘Super Mario Adventures’

Super Mario Adventures Writer: Kentaro Takemura Artist: Charlie Nozawa Viz; $14.99 Video game hero Mario has been around for a long time now, his exact age kind of depending on what you want to consider his first appearance: 1981’s Donkey Kong, 1983’s Mario Bros, or 1985’s Super Mario Bros. And, of course, he and his […]

Graphic Novels Shortlisted for Book Awards

Over the past ten years, as graphic novels have grown in popularity, we are seeing more and more of them nominated for literary awards in non-comics categories. The precedent for this was set by Art Spiegelman’s Maus, which was the first graphic novel to win a Pulitzer Prize, and almost 15 years later, Gene Luen […]

Exclusive Preview: Scooby-Doo Team-Up #19

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This month, Scooby and the gang team up with Zatanna to find her missing father in Scooby-Doo Team-Up #19. The comic is out on October 26, but we have a preview for you right here. Enjoy!

This Week’s Comics: Barbie is the New Pink

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Oh my gosh, there are so many great books out this week, I don’t even know where to start! Action Lab Entertainment tells the beginnings of Lady Bug and Cat Noir in the trade paperback Miraculous Origins. Boom! Studios releases Garfield’s first original graphic novel with Garfield’s Big Fat Hairy Adventure, while Dark Horse Comics releases […]

Review: ‘Johnny Boo Goes Like This’

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Johnny Boo Goes Like This Writer/artist: James Kochalka Top Shelf Productions; $9.99 James Kochalka has a special facility for stream-of-conscious storytelling that mimics the sorts of stories small children might tell adults: This happened, and this happened, and then this happened, and so on. It’s a relatively rare quality, even among those who make their […]

Review: ‘The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up The Marvel Universe’

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up The Marvel Universe Writer: Ryan North Artist: Erica Henderson Marvel; $24.99 Rated T for Teen What could possibly be better than The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl? How about two Unbeatable Squirrel Girls? That’s the basic premise of the new original graphic novel The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up The Marvel […]

‘Korgi’ Is Back: A Preview and a Look at the Cover Process

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As Lori noted on Friday, Christian Slade has released a new volume of Korgi, his wordless tale of a dog meeting fantastical creatures. Korgi, Book 4: The Problem with Potions will be out on October 18 in comic shops and November 1 in bookstores, and we’re happy to present not only a preview but an […]

This Week’s Comics: Space Battle Korgi

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New releases this week walk a little on the creepy side with the festival of frights just around the corner. Drawn and Quarterly brings out the next volume of yokai goodness with Kitaro Meets Nurarihyon, while Archie Comics has more Halloween hijinks in World of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #63. Viz Media releases another compilation […]