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Review: ‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Vol. 1: BFF’

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Vol. 1: BFF Writers: Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder Artist: Natacha Bustos Marvel; $17.99 Rated T for Teen Meet Lunella LaFayette, a super-genius nine-year-old fourth grader and amateur inventor who lives with her parents on Yancy Street in New York City…and only reluctantly attends a public school that can’t teach […]

This Week’s Comics: Mighty Friends

Betty and Veronica 1

Need to hide from the heat of another scorching summer weekend? Pick up some cool comics to read in between even cooler SDCC announcements! Bongo Comics lets Lisa loose in the latest Simpson Comics #231. Lion Forge finishes their mini series for the 80s property Madballs, while Vertical Comics wallows in cuteness with the third […]

Review: ‘Nichijou,’ vol. 1

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Nichijou, vol. 1 Writer/artist: Keiichi Arawi Vertical Comics; $10.95 When it comes to manga about high school, Keiichi Arawi’s Nichijou occupies a perfect sweet spot on the strangeness spectrum. It’s far, far away from the non-stop nonsense of, say, Cromartie High School or, to name a personal favorite, School Rumble. But it’s not, despite the […]

This Week’s Comics: Powerpuff Dragons

Adventures of Miru

Stock up on summer reading with some of the titles from this week’s new releases. BOOM! Studios closes out their girl detective series Goldie Vance with issue #4. Joe Books continues the adventures of Disney’s Finding Dory with an all-new comic series featuring new tales, while IDW adapts award-winning Disney animated shorts in Mickey Mouse […]

Review: ‘Birdsong’

Birdsong Writer/artist: James Sturm Toon Books; $12.95 Level One Cartoonist James Sturm’s contribution to Toon Books’ line of comics for kids of all ages is, in fact, not a comic book at all. It is related to the medium though, and is Sturm’s attempt to introduce young readers to the Japanese “paper theater,” an important […]

This Week’s Comics: Mega Peanuts

Sonic Megadrive

The summer days will fly by with so many great comics being released this week. Papercutz releases the first graphic novel based on the Cartoon Network series Pig Goat Banana Cricket. Titan Entertainment celebrates another year of Doctor Who comics and the 50th anniversary of the Cybermen with its latest event “Supremacy of the Cybermen,” […]

Review: ‘Jughead’ Vol. 1

Jughead Vol. 1 Writer: Chip Zdarsky Artist: Erica Henderson Archie Comics; $19.99 Rated Teen When Archie Comics decided to remake their red-headed company namesake in a brand-new comic book in 2015, it was a pretty drastic move, one entailing a new look, a new format and the courting of a new, wider audience. They turned […]

This Week’s Comics: Super Hero Dreams

Super Hero Girls Final Crisis

A long weekend, BBQ, and fireworks can only be topped off by some books from this week’s new releases. Arcana Studio releases the “Totally Pawesome Edition” of Cat Named Haiku with lots of special features. Graphix goes super silly in Gary’s Garden, while Space Goat Publishing goes back to school with Monster Elementary. The List: […]

The Year of Pokemon

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Earlier this year, Nintendo announced a new Pokèmon game, Sun and Moon, would be coming out in the fall. To keep the excitement for this and for the 20th Anniversary for the game franchise going, Viz Media has made some announcements of their own while also adding to their already extensive line of Pokèmon titles. […]

This Week’s Comics: Out and About

Looney Tunes 231

Retreat from the first of summer heat with some of the cool new releases this week. Dark Horse Comics finishes up another run of Aw Yeah Comics with Action Cat And Adventure Bug #4. Dynamite Entertainment gives Grumpy Cat and Pokey their Pinky and the Brain moment in issue #5, and Joe’s Books has cinestory […]