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Exclusive Preview: ‘Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?’ #68

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It’s time for some Saturday morning comics fun with our exclusive preview of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #68. Here’s the executive summary: A figure skating competition is unexpectedly put on ice when it’s interrupted—by the Abominable Snowman! Who’s behind it? The washed-up former champion? The front-runner’s rival? To solve the mystery, Scooby and Shaggy will […]

Interview: J. Torres on ‘The Mighty Zodiac’

J. Torres and Corin Howell’s six-issue series The Mighty Zodiac launches this week from Oni Press. The story is an action-adventure tale starring a diverse cast of 12 main characters based on the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. (Check out our preview to get a flavor of what it’s like.) Torres is the writer of […]

Preview: ‘The Mighty Zodiac’

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J. Torres and Corin Howell’s The Mighty Zodiac debuts this week. It’s a six-issue comic aimed at middle grade readers, starring 12 characters based on the Chinese Zodiac. Here’s the blurb for the first issue: When the Blue Dragon dies, six stars fall out of the night sky! Ailing Master Long, leader of the Mighty […]

Exclusive Preview: Looney Tunes #230

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Leave it to the Looney Tunes folks to make insurance funny! Here’s an exclusive sneak peek at Looney Tunes #230: Wabbit season! Duck season! Wabbit season! Insurance season? Salesman Daffy Duck accidentally sells insurance to an accident-prone Elmer Fudd, so when Bugs Bunny shows up during Elmer’s wabbit hunting trip, Daffy will have to throw […]

Gene Luen Yang to Create an Asian Superman

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One of the big announcements at last week’s Wondercon is that one of the most iconic characters of all time, Superman, is getting a makeover—in the hands of writer Gene Luen Yang. The original Superman isn’t going anywhere, but Yang will be writing a new series, New Superman, featuring a 17-year-old youth from Shanghai, Kenji […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Archie Comics Double Digest’ #267

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What’s up with the Riverdale crowd this week? As always, there’s a new lead story in the traditional Archie style in the latest digest, Archie Comics Double Digest #267. This time, Mr. Weatherbee institutes a new dress code—and everyone has to get jobs to be able to afford the new duds! We have a preview […]

Links: You Go, Squirrel Girl!

Marvel announced a new Squirrel Girl original graphic novel this weekend: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up the Marvel Universe, by Ryan North and Erica Henderson. We picked the first collected edition of the Squirrel Girl comic (also by North and Henderson) as one of our top ten graphic novels of 2015. Johanna Draper Carlson […]

Interview: Israel Idonije on ‘The Protectors’

Israel Idonije grew up reading comics, and in 2007, in the middle of his career in professional football (he was a defensive lineman for the Chicago Bears and the New York Giants), he began sketching out some ideas for a comic of his own. Being a pretty smart guy, Idonije didn’t make it a vanity […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Betty & Veronica Digest’ #242

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Here’s some Archie Comics fun: An exclusive preview of Betty & Veronica Digest #242, which leads off with another new story in Dan Parent’s series “The Many Loves of Archie Andrews,” and then follows up with snippets of two older stories, including a classic by Eisner Hall of Fame member Harry Lucey. Here are the […]

Links: More Tales of Delilah Dirk

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Good news for fans of Tony Cliff’s Delilah Dirk: There’s a third volume on the way, Delilah Dirk and the Pillars of Hercules. Entertainment Weekly has some gorgeous art and an interview with Cliff: “Part of the inspiration for the Delilah Dirk series was reading mainstream superhero comics back in the late ’90s and finding […]