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This Week’s Comics: Holographic Aftershock

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Looking for something to tickle your funny, or not-so-funny, bone? Check out the new releases this week! American Mythology Productions has a special issue just for this weekend’s holiday with Three Stooges April Fools’ Day Special #1. BOOM! Studios finishes up Backstagers with the release of issue #8, and Papercutz returns to the supernatural world […]

Interview: Cecil Castellucci on ‘Soupy Leaves Home’

Soupy Leaves Home

Cecil Castellucci and Jose Pimienta’s Soupy Leaves Home, set during the Depression, is a story about a girl who walks away from an abusive home, disguises herself as a boy, and rides the rails as a hobo. Her companion and protector is Ramshackle, a much older man whose imagination and open-heartedness help her heal and […]

Review: ‘Little Archie and His Pals’ One-Shot

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Little Archie and His Pals (One Shot) By Art Baltazar and Franco Archie Comics The creative team of Art Baltazar and Franco have a lot of fun playing in other people’s sandboxes, turning out little-kid versions of everyone from the Superman to Hellboy. Now they are turning their hand to Archie comics with a series […]

Preview: ‘Our Cats Are More Famous Than Us’

Our Cats Are More Famous Than US

Time for some cute cats! Tomorrow, Oni Press will release Our Cats Are More Famous Than Us: A Johnny Wander Collection, by Ananth Hirsh and Yuko Ota. This satisfyingly thick hardcover volume collects a big chunk of the webcomic Johnny Wander, which is basically about life after college. And cats. Lots of cats. The book, […]

This Week’s Comics: Animal Crackers and Global Guardians

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Celebrate Women’s History Month with some female-led titles from this week’s new releases. BOOM! Studios rounds out another story arc of the Lumberjanes with issue #36, while IDW Publishing releases issue #3 of Jem and the Misfits. Joe Comics has more of everyone’s favorite sisters Anna and Elsa with Disney Frozen #6, and Marvel Comics […]

Review: ‘Fire Force’ Vol. 1

Fire Force, vol. 1 Writer/artist: Atsushi Okubo Kodansha Comics; $10.99 How exactly does one follow a super-successful manga series like Soul Eater? Well, with a spin-off series, like Soul Eater Not. And, once you’ve finished with the spin-off series, how do you follow that? Well, if you are Soul Eater creator Atsushi Okuba, you would […]

Review: ‘The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess’ Vol. 1

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, vol. 1 Writer/artist: Akira Himekawa Viz Media; $9.99 Rated T for Teen The big news regarding the world of Hyrule is the release of the new Legend of Zelda game, Breath of the Wild, for the new Nintendo Switch game system. This month also sees the release of the […]

Exclusive: ‘Hanazuki’ Comic Is Coming from IDW

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We have big news this morning: The comics publisher IDW is announcing a new series based on Habro’s web series Hanazuki. Just launched in January, Hanazuki is a cheery cartoon about a girl who lives on a moon and fights off a big black blob by using her emotions to grow trees. Her companions are […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Looney Tunes’ #236

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We’re starting off our Saturday with some romantic goofiness this week, with an exclusive preview of Looney Tunes #236, which combines vintage cartoon characters with an up-to-date concept, reality TV: Are you ready to open your heart and fall in love? All your favorites are, and they’re doing it on television as contestants on “Single […]

This Week’s Comics: One Trick Scout

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Your friends will be green with envy as you spring into some of this week’s new releases. First Second releases the next volume in the Olympians series with the nature-loving goddess Artemis. Oni Press collects their balancing-of-nature series Mighty Zodiac while Viz Media returns to Hyrule for the third volume of the Legend of Zelda […]