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Review: ‘Apocalypse Taco’

Fast food franchising gone mad spells the end of the world itself in Nathan Hale’s scary adventure/horror hybrid Apocalypse Taco. Our only hope? Thee kids on a late night food run, and a couple of grad students.

Books in Brief: A Hodgepodge

Share Your Smile: Raina's Guide to Telling Your Own Story

I’ve been reading such a Hodge Podge of books. There’s no rhyme or reason to what I’m reading. There are review copies coming to my doorstep that interest me and books arriving in new shipments and books I hear about finally available at the library. So here’s a few random titles…

Review: ‘Sincerely, Harriet’

Sincerely, Harriet

Sarah W. Searle shows us a young woman adapting to a new city during a hot, lonely summer.

Review: New Kid

I heard Colby Sharp call The New Kid the best graphic novel (so far) of 2019. And I agree.

Exclusive: Art Baltazar Gets Sketchy in ‘Drew and Jot: Dueling Doodles’

We’re ending a busy week with some big news: Art Baltazar, half of the Art-and-Franco team who gave us the Tiny Titans and lots of other super-cute all-ages comics, is going solo with a trilogy of graphic novels titled Drew and Jot, to be published by BOOM! Studios under their kid-friendly KaBOOM! imprint. The first […]

Review: ‘Positively Izzy’

‘Positively Izzy’ follows up ‘Invisible Emmie’ with a story that is less about the mores of middle school than about the awkward relationships between parents and children at that age.

Review: The Giver

Lois Lowry’s award-winning YA novel The Giver has now been adapted into a graphic novel.

Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

This faithful adaptation of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is an excellent companion to the original novel.

Exclusive: First Look at ‘Green Lantern: Legacy’

An exclusive first look at the DC Zoom graphic novel ‘Green Lantern: Legacy,’ featuring the first Asian-American Green Lantern.

Review: ‘Supers Book One’

Fitting in at a new school in a new city is never easy–and it’s even harder when you’re new to the planet, and have to hide your origins and powers from everyone, as the kids in Frédéric Maupomé and Dawid’s Supers have found out.