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This Week’s Comics: Unbeatable Engineering

Highlights from this week’s new releases of comics and manga include a new Cosmo the Mighty Martian mini series from Archie Comic Publications. DC Comics gives DC Super Hero Girls a 100 page Giant #1 that includes 24 pages of new story while Disney-Hyperion releases Fashion Kitty Collection which includes the first two volumes.

The List:

Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #304, $7.99
Cosmo The Mighty Martian #1 (Of 5)(Cover A Tracy Yardley), $3.99

Adventure Time Season 11 Volume 1 TP, $19.99
Ben 10 Volume 3 Mecha Madness GN, $7.99
Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #25 (Cover A JLou), $3.99

DC Super Hero Girls Giant #1, $4.99
Teen Titans Go Weirder Things TP, $12.99

Fashion Kitty Collection GN, $9.99

Science Comics Skyscrapers The Heights Of Engineering GN, $12.99 **Weekly Pick**

Pokemon Comic Novel Volume 2 Grand Trial Showdown GN, $7.99

Marvel Action Spider-Man #11 (Cover A Davide Tinto), $3.99
My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic #84 (Cover A Toni Kuusisto), $3.99
Uncle Scrooge #50 (Cover A Andrea Freccero), $5.99

W.I.T.C.H. Part 6 Ragorlang Volume 2 GN, $15.00

Witch Hat Atelier Volume 4 GN, $12.99

Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #50 (Cover A Erica Henderson), $3.99 **Weekly Pick**

Smurfs Volume 26 Smurf Salad GN, $7.99

The Picks:

Science Comics Skyscrapers The Heights Of Engineering GN – First Second reaches new heights with the latest volume of Science Comics. Superheroes know how to get around skyscrapers, as they have been known to leap them in a single bound. But there are more to these tall buildings than just being obstacles. A superhero duo sets out to uncover the secrets of skyscrapers. Starting with the great Egyptian pyramids, to the invention of the elevator, to the race to be crowned the tallest building in the world, these superheroes will show how the towering titans are designed and built with a bold combination of applied physics, ingenuity and a lot of hard work! This STEM oriented topic will appeal future architects and engineers, as well as anyone with the curiosity to learn how these man-made wonders are built.

Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #50 – Marvel Comics bids an explosive farewell to one of their most outrageous superheroes. Doreen Green as Squirrel Girl has taken on many of the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe. Her throwing of words rather than fists first has earned her the goodwill of several of them, who now come to her aid as she tries to stop the greatest villain of them all, Doctor Doom! Squirrel Girl has been eating nuts and kicking butt for the last 49 issues, but it’s the power of friendship that will surely save the day! Unbeatable Squirrel Girl has been one of the few comics in the Marvel Comics lineup that tweens could enjoy. It is truly sad to see it go.

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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