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This Week’s Comics: Archie Jump

Lori Henderson
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Enjoy the light from the longest day of the year with some of this week’s comics. Bongo Comics cashes in on green energy with the lastest issue of Simpsons Comics. BOOM! Studios releases an annual for Regular Show with a trio of stories, and IDW Publishing’s My Little Pony series, Friends Forever, teams Trixie with [...]

Review: Space Mountain: A Graphic Novel

Mike Pawuk

Space Mountain Written by Bryan Q. Miller. Illustrated by Kelley Jones Disney Press/Disney Comics, 2014 Anyone who’s ever been to a Disney Park knows of Tomorrowland’s famous roller coaster called Space Mountain. The dark, space-themed roller coaster, which is housed in a signature large white domed structure, sends passengers on a voyage through space. It [...]

Preview: Scribblenauts Unmasked: A Crisis of Imagination #6

Brigid Alverson
Scribblenauts 6 Print Cover

Scribblenauts is a great video game that’s a little bit like Mad Libs—the characters, Maxwell and Lily, have to solve various problems, and the player helps by writing words that become objects in the game. Scribblenauts Unmasked is a special version of the game with characters from the DC Universe—all the characters from the DC [...]

This Week’s Comics: Angry Momo

Lori Henderson
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As kids take off for the summer, keep them reading with some of the fun books on this week’s list! BOOM! Studios has a new original graphic novel featuring the Peanuts gang in The Beagle Has Landed Charlie Brown. Papercutz returns to the glory of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers with the first volume, [...]

Interview: Writer Joel Enos talks Ben 10

Brigid Alverson
Ben 10 Parallel Paradox

Last year, Viz announced that it would publish graphic novels based on Ben 10, the Cartoon Network show, and the third of these, Ben 10: Parallel Paradox, was published under Viz’s Perfect Square imprint in April—we ran a preview of it back then. Parallel Paradox brings back Elena Validus, a character from Ben’s past, and [...]

Sleepless Knight: Cover reveal and interview with the three-headed monster

Brigid Alverson
Sleepless Knight cover

James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost, the creative trio behind Adventures in Cartooning and its sequels, got kids excited about drawing comics, and now they have a new book that goes in a different direction: Sleepless Knight, which will be out later this year, is a story comic, not an instructional book, in which [...]

This Week’s Comics: Dragon Scratch

Lori Henderson
Dragon Girl 1

Too much good stuff coming out this week! Amulet Books leads off with the second volume of Misadventures of Salem Hyde. IDW Publishing releases the first collection of their new Samurai Jack series, and the Tiny Titans return for a six-issue mini-series in Return to the Treehouse from DC Comics. The List: AMULET BOOKS Misadventures [...]

Archie Comics’ newest character uses a wheelchair

Brigid Alverson
Archie 656

Archie and his gang have been getting more and more diverse over the past few years, and now they are adding a character with a disability to the cast: Veronica’s cousin Harper, who uses a wheelchair. Harper will make her debut in this week’s Archie #656, and writer and artist Dan Parent told Comic Book [...]

Exclusive Preview: Looney Tunes #219

Brigid Alverson
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Here’s a throwback to classic Saturday morning cartoons: An exclusive preview of Looney Tunes #219, which is due out from DC Comics on June 4. It’s a Road Runner story that honors the classic tropes in a new way, with Wile E. Coyote going to hear a motivational speaker who seems to be speaking directly [...]

The Week’s Comics: Samurai Jack’s Hazardous Tales

Lori Henderson
NHHT Trenches

While Mother Nature can’t make up its mind, it shouldn’t be too hard to find something to read on this week’s list. Archie Comics starts another crossover with Mega Man meeting Mega Man X in the latest Mega Man. IDW Publishing delves into Celestia’s origin in the new My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and [...]