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Exclusive Preview: Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #51

Brigid Alverson
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Saturday morning cartoons may have vanished from TV, but here at Good Comics for Kids we still like to kick off the weekend with a good comic—and what better one than that former Saturday morning classic, Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? Here’s a sneak peek at Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #51, which will be available in [...]

This Week’s Comics: Over the Wishing Box

Lori Henderson
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With Halloween officially in the rear view mirror, the holiday season can begin in earnest. BOOM! Studios releases trades of both Adventure Time and the Regular Show mini-series Skips. Dynamite Entertainment gets into the holiday spirit with the one shot Li’l Vampi Holiday Special 2014, and Perfect Square continues to celebrate 40 years of Hello [...]

Review: Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck: “Return To Plain Awful”

J. Caleb Mozzocco
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Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck: “Return to Plain Awful” By Don Rosa Fantagraphics; $29.99 Fantagraphics certainly is doing their level best to keep us supplied with Disney Duck comics. Hot on the heels of the first volume of their new Don Rosa Library and kid-friendlier trade paperback repackaging of some Carl Barks classics [...]

Review: ‘Terrible Lizard’ #1

Esther Keller
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This November, Oni Press is launching a new, five-issue series by Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun) and Drew Moss, Terrible Lizard, which sets out to be a mix of action, adventure, and a fantastic array of monsters. Terrible Lizard #1 By Cullen Bunn and Drew Moss Oni Press, November 2014 32 pp. $3.99 Recommended for [...]

Review: Phoebe and Her Unicorn

Esther Keller
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Likened to Calvin and Hobbes, this collection of comic strips that was originally published on GoComics will delight young readers. Phoebe and Her Unicorn: A Heavenly Nostrils Chronicle By Dana Simpson AMP Kids, $10. ISBN 9781449446208 Recommended for ages 8 & up A unicorn is trapped in her own reflection. So when Phoebe accidentally hits [...]

Links: From Disney Classics to Lowriders in Space

Brigid Alverson
Lowriders in Space

Over at Publishers Weekly, I talked to the folks at Fulcrum Publishing about their nonfiction graphic novel line, which includes the anthologies Trickster, Wild Ocean, and Colonial Comics, and to one of their authors, Joel Christian Gill, creator of Strange Fruit and Tales of the Talented Tenth. At New York Comic Con, I had the [...]

Exclusive Preview: Scooby-Doo Team-Up #7

Brigid Alverson
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We’ve got something special for you today: An exclusive preview of Scooby-Doo Team-Up #7, which is a Scooby-Doo/Flintstones crossover. Here’s the 411: When a test of Dr. Albrick Einstone’s time machine goes awry, Scooby and the gang find themselves the unexpected guests of everyone’s favorite modern Stone Age family, the Flintstones! And they’ve arrived just [...]

This Week’s Comics: Sonic Explorer

Lori Henderson
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You won’t find a lot of tricks, but there are plenty of treats on this week’s new releases list. Amulet Books releases the next volume of the Misdaventures of Salem Hyde. Banana Tale Press has a Halloween one shot, Boonana Halloween Special, Perfect Square releases the first volume of LBX, Little Battlers eXperience, and Jeff [...]

Review In Real Life

J. Caleb Mozzocco
In Real Life

In Real Life Written by Cory Doctorow Drawn by Jen Wang First Second; $17.99 The story of a young woman who is also an avid gamer, In Real Life is a rather timely graphic novel—but not for the reasons you might expect (or dread), if you’ve been following the depressing news over the course of [...]

Review: Monstrously Funny Cartoons

Lori Henderson
Monstrously Funny Cartoons

When one thinks of monsters, vampires or zombies, big and scary are usually the words used to describe them. But that isn’t always the case. They can also be silly and funny. Christopher Hart, a well known author of drawing and cartoon books, takes on the ghouls and ghosts to scare up some laughs for [...]