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Review: Orpheus in The Underworld

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Orpheus In The Underworld By Yvan Pommaux Toon Books; $17 The oft retold myth of Orpheus and Eurydice gets another telling in French cartoonist Yvan Pommaux’s Orpheus In The Underworld, which follows his previous entry in the new Toon Graphic Mythology series, Theseus and The Minotaur. You probably already know the basics: Orpheus, son of […]

This Week’s Comics: Legend of Grimmiss

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There’s a lot going on with the new releases this week. Action Lab Entertainment releases the reprint of the first collection of the web comic Gronk: A Monster’s Story by Katie Cook. Sonic Boom starts its second arc over at Archie Comics, and Titan Comics finishes up their first Penguins of Madagascar mini series. The […]

Interview: Adam Staffaroni on Lion Forge’s Roar Comics

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Lion Forge Comics launched about two years ago as a digital-first comics publisher with a line of licensed comics based on 1980s TV shows. Last year they announced an all ages imprint, Roar Comics, which includes comics adaptations of Punky Brewster and Saved by the Bell as well as original titles. The comics are already […]

This Week’s Comics: Princesses and Dragons

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Quit dragging your feet and pick up some super titles from this week’s new releases! Scooby-Doo and the gang finally get to meet the Man of Steel in Scooby-Doo Team-Up #9 from DC Comics. Princess Luna and Spike take on a dragon in My Little Pony Friends Forever #14 from IDW Publishing, and Dragons: The […]

Jem and the Holograms Reboot Lights Up IDW

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IDW Publishing has created a strong relationship with toy manufacturer Hasbro, creating comics with stories that go beyond being glorified advertisements. Transformers, G.I. Joe, and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic are all titles that have grown and evolved past their toys and original cartoons. With such a good track record, it’s no surprise that […]

Review: The Wild Piano

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The Wild Piano By Fred Toon Books; $16.95 The second of the late, great French cartoonist Frederic Otohn Aristedes’ Philemon adventures, The Wild Piano, picks up right where Cast Away on the Letter A left off, the pace of the practically random, dream-like events occurring even faster than before, and the nature of those events […]

This Week’s Comics: Scooby-Love

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Add some collections from the new comics out this week. IDW Publishing releases the second volume of My Little Pony: Adventures in Friendship, which collects the spinoff titles Micro Series and Friends Forever in one handy book. Image Comics releases the full Howtoon [Re]Ignition, and Papercutz adds to their collection of new WWE Slam City […]

Review: Beware The Batman

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Beware The Batman Written by Ivan Cohen, Matthew K. Manning, Scott Beatty, Mike W. Barr and Mitch Watson Art by Luciano Vecchio and Dario Brizuela DC Comics, $12.99 This trade paperback collects the entirety of the short-lived comic book series based on the short-lived animated series of the same name…which, of course, was based on […]

This Week’s Comics: Guardians of the Diancie

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Enjoy a world of games through comics. Archie Comics continues their adaptation of the Mega Man 3 game in their comic series. Papercutz releases a new volume in the Legends of Chima series, while Vertical Comics has the fifth volume of Cardfight! Vanguard. Whether it’s video games, building games or card games, the fun doesn’t have […]

Sonic and Mega Man Meet Again in Worlds Unite

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After their successful crossover event in which the Blue Blur met the Blue Bomber, Archie Comics announced a follow-up event last October at New York Comic Con. “Worlds Collide” was a 12-issue event that jumped between Mega Man, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Sonic Universe. Archie Comics is upping the ante in “Worlds Unite” as it adds […]