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NYCC News: ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Avatar,’ and ‘Dinosaucers’

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New York Comic Con, which took place last weekend, was the last big comic con of 2017, and publishers finished out the season with plenty of news and announcements. We already posted about First Second’s Maker Comics, but here are a few more NYCC announcements. Dark Horse announced that Faith Erin Hicks, the creator of […]

Preview: ‘Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?’ #86

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It’s a holiday for some people and a just another Monday for others, but either way, it’s a good day to kick back with some spooky fun. Here’s an advance look at Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #86, which hits comic shops on Wednesday: When Velma is forced to stay awake in a hospital bed for […]

NYCC News: First Second to Make Maker Comics

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Following on the success of their Science Comics line, First Second announced at New York Comic Con that they will launch a new line of how-to comics for middle-grade readers. The first one will be a book on baking by Falynn Koch, creator of Science Comics: Bats and Science Comics: Plague Germs (GC4K readers got […]

Trailer: ‘Spooky & the Strange Tales: Monster Inn’

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We’re kicking off the first week of October with a spooky book trailer to get us into the Halloween spirit! Spooky & the Strange Tales: Monster Inn by Carine-M and Élian Black’mor, a lighthearted story about a mysterious little girl staying in a boardinghouse for monsters. Check it out: Carine-M and Élian Black’mor are a […]

Preview: Looney Tunes #239

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We’ve got another preview for you today: Looney Tunes #239, which sends Daffy, Bugs, and the gang off to the final frontier: When Captain Bugs Bunny faces the wrath of Fudd, it’s not only the scwewy wabbit who asks “What’s space opera, Doc?” Will Bugs live long and prosper? And what about Daffy Duck, Elmer […]

Preview: ‘B and V Friends Jumbo Comics Digest’ #256

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The Archie gang are getting into the Halloween spirit in B and V Friends Jumbo Comics Digest #256—and that starts with the brand new lead story, “They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky…” We’ve got a taste of that, plus some classic Betty and Veronica fun, to start off your week. The comic is due out on […]

Preview: ‘Scooby-Doo Team-Up’ #30

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The folks at FEMA are stumped when they get a warning of impending disaster—from the Gnome King. Who you gonna call? Depends, apparently, as one agent calls Mystery Inc. and the other calls the Challengers of the Unknown—and that brings out the competitive side of both teams. See what happens in our exclusive preview of […]

Review: ‘The Art of Pokemon Adventures’

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The Art of Pokemon Adventures By Satoshi Yamamoto Viz, $24.99 Pokemon Adventures is an all-ages manga that hews pretty closely to the Pokemon video games, so this handsome art book should have plenty of appeal to those who love the games as well as the comics. All the art in this book is by Satoshi […]

Preview: ‘Archie’s Funhouse’ #28

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Pop Tate takes center stage in Archie’s Funhouse #28, when his ice cream sundae makes the cut for a TV channel’s best-in-the-nation contest. And then in a second story, Archie and Jughead try to make him an internet sensation! Catch the start of the hijinks in our exclusive preview; the comic will be out on […]

Interview: Ermahgerd! ‘Goosebumps’ Comics!

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This year marks the 25th anniversary of R.L. Stine’s first Goosebumps book, and the series seems to be aging gracefully, with plenty of spinoffs, a movie, and a graphic novel adaptation. Now there are more comics, as IDW announced a new Goosebumps series at Comic-Con International in San Diego last July. The comics will feature […]