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Exclusive Preview: He-Man: The Eternity War #13

HEMEW 13 Print Cover

If you like good old-fashioned comics battle adventure stories, this is the comic for you! He-Man: The Eternity War #13 is available in comic shops next Wednesday; check out the preview pages below for a taste.

Free Comic Book Day 2016 Comics Announced

Archie 1 FCBD

The Free Comic Book Day folks have announced the 2016 free comics lineup, and as always, there are some awesome kids’ titles in the mix. For those not quite in the know, Free Comic Book Day is a promotion held the first Saturday in May in which comics retailers offer a selection of free comics […]

The Good Comics for Kids 2015 Gift Guide

My First Comics

Looking for some good graphic novels to give the kids and teens on your nice list? Our bloggers have some suggestions for every age and taste, from board books to manga—and be sure to check out our list of the top ten graphic novels of 2015 at School Library Journal! I’m Sunny! I’m Grumpy! By […]

Margaret Atwood to Write All Ages Graphic Novel

The publisher Dark Horse announced yesterday that it will publish the first full-length graphic novel by Booker Award winning writer Margaret Atwood—and it will be an all ages title, Angel Catbird, to be illustrated by artist Johnnie Christmas. Produced in cooperation with the Canadian conservation charity Keep Cats Safe and Save Bird Lives, the graphic […]

Roundtable: The Return of Fruits Basket

New Fruits Basket

Manga fans got some great news last week with the announcement that Yen Press has picked up the license for Natsuki Takaya’s Fruits Basket, along with two of her other series, Liselotte & Witch’s Forest and Twinkle Stars. Fruits Basket was revolutionary in its time, a shoujo manga that regularly hit the best-seller lists (the […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?’ #64


Have some fun with those meddling kids in Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #64: Try solving a mystery—while you’re behind bars! When a rash of robberies in Crystal Cove all point to Mystery Inc. as the perpetrators, they get locked up in jail. But if the gang isn’t responsible, then why do the felons look so […]

Links: Best of the Year

It’s the end of the year, time for the end-of-the-year lists! We posted our picks for the top ten graphic novels of 2015 at SLJ, and YALSA recently updated their nominations for this year’s Great Graphic Novels for Teens list. Random House will launch a series of My First Comics board books in January, and […]

Kodansha Manga Now Available on OverDrive

Kodansha Advanced Media, the U.S. digital arm of Japan’s largest publisher, announced this week that it is making over 500 book from 40 different series available on OverDrive. The available titles include the best-selling Attack on Titan and the long-running Fairy Tail. “Manga and libraries have always been a great fit, because of the crossover […]

Blog Tour: ‘Dare to Disappoint’


Ozge Samanci’s Dare to Disappoint is a graphic memoir about growing up in Turkey. Here’s the blurb: Growing up on the Aegean Coast, Ozge loved the sea and imagined a life of adventure while her parents and society demanded predictability. Her dad expected Ozge, like her sister, to become an engineer. She tried to hear […]

Preview: ‘Archie’ #4


Here’s a sneak peek at the next issue of Archie, in which the infamous “lipstick incident” is revealed. Archie Comics rebooted their flagship title earlier this year, with writer Mark Waid scripting a slightly more realistic version of Riverdale; in this issue, Annie Wu takes over the art duties from Fiona Staples. We liked the […]