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Review: Samurai 8: Tale of Hachimaru Volume 1

The new title by the creator of Naruto heads to the stars with sci-fi and samurai.

Review: ‘Estranged: The Changeling King’

Today Caleb looks at the sequel to Ethan Aldridge’s ‘Estranged.’

Review: Nat Enough

Nat Enough Book Cover

A middle-school story with a good dose of humor, ‘Nat Enough’ is a story about making friends, losing friends, and finding your own voice.

Review: ‘Jughead’s Time Police’

It’s a Crisis of Infinite Jugheads when Riverdale’s most voracious teen invents time travel in order to change the past…and accidentally endangers all of time and space in the process. Creators Sina Grace and Derek Charm tell the biggest Jughead Jones story of all time in their remarkably good reboot of Jughead’s Time Police.

Review: ‘Olympians: Hermes, Tales of the Trickster’

The tenth volume of the Olympians series tells the tales of the trickster god Hermes.

Review: ‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’

Kelly Thompson, Veronica Fish and Andy Fish join Sabrina Spellman for her first day at a new school in a new town in this suburban fantasy/adventure comic take on the classic Archie Comics character.

Review: The Bug Zapper

I didn’t know what to expect when Tom Eaton reached out to me about his self-published Bug Zapper comics. I’m a bit of a snob and very weary about self-published works, but after all ‘Bone’ by Jeff Smith was first self-published, so I don’t know what my problem is.

Review: Summer Camp Science Mysteries #5-8

The campers at Camp Dakota summer camp discover there are mysteries all around them and that science can always find an answer.

Monthly mini-reviews: ‘Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III,’ ‘Dewdrop,’ ‘Gotham High,’ and more

It’s Batman as you’ve never seen him before in ‘Gotham High,’ and Batman as you’ve seen him twice already in ‘Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III,’ plus middle school superheroes, a cheerful axolotl, and Spider-Man and Venom as unlikely roommates in these short reviews of various April releases.

Review: Cat’s Cafe

Because you can never have too many warm fuzzies.