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Interview: Ben Hatke on ‘Nobody Likes a Goblin’

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Ben Hatke is a versatile creator: In addition to the three-part Zita the Spacegirl graphic novel series, and the Eisner-nominated Little Robot, his repertoire also includes picture books. His latest book, Nobody Likes a Goblin, published by First Second, is a picture book with a comics sensibility—the words and pictures work together to tell the […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Betty & Veronica Summer Annual’ #244

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Here’s another Saturday morning preview to brighten your weekend! Magic is in the air when Betty and Veronica find a genie on the beach in the lead story, written and penciled by Archie veteran Dan Parent, in Betty & Veronica Summer Annual #244. We have some pages of classic stories for you as well. The […]

This Week’s Comics: Panther Crossing

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Who let the dogs (and cats) out on this week’s new releases? Action Lab Entertainment introduces a new dog superhero in Spot On Adventure, Vol 1. DC Comics sends Scooby and the gang back to school as everyone else is getting out in Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #70, while Dark Horse Comics releases the third […]

Review: Child Soldier

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This title offers young readers a glimpse of a turbulent region that is in another part of the world—but it’s not for sensitive readers. Child Soldier: When boys and Girls are used in War By Jessica Dee Humphreys & Michel Chikwanine. Claudia Davila Kids Can Press. 2015. ISBN 9781771381260 hc, $17.95. 48pp. Grades 5 and […]

Review: ‘The Nameless City Vol. 1′

The Nameless City Vol. 1 Writer/artist: Faith Erin Hicks First Second; $14.99 One-time webcomics creator Faith Erin Hicks’ first published work was the 2007 graphic novel Zombies Calling, and over the course of the nine years since, she’s proved to be a particularly prolific creator, both writing and drawing her own work (original graphic novels […]

Interview: Steven T. Seagle and Jason Adam Katzenstein on ‘Camp Midnight’

What’s worse than being sent off to summer camp against your will? Being sent to a summer camp full of monsters! That’s what happens to Skye, the heroine of Steven T. Seagle and Jason Adam Katzenstein’s Camp Midnight, which came out in April from Image Comics’ Man of Action imprint. Seagle is the co-creator of […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Archie Comics Double Digest’ #269

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Archie and Jughead set up a dog-washing business in the all-new lead story to Archie Comics Double Digest #269, and as always, chaos and hilarity result. Enjoy our exclusive preview of this new story and a classic; the digest will be out in comic shops on June 8.

This Week’s Comics: The Kids Are Alright

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Escape the heat with some of this week’s cool new releases. Action Lab Entertainment continues the Hero Cats world tour with a jungle adventure. BOOM! Studios gives Kimberly, of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, her own series, Pink, while DC Comics releases a trade of the digital first Wonder Woman ‘77 that features stories reminiscent of […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?’ #70

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Today’s exclusive preview of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #70 takes Scooby and the gang back to high school: Sure, most high school mascots are kind of goofy. But when a monstrous version of a mascot goes on a rampage, the only way to solve the mystery is for the Mystery Inc. gang to go undercover—by […]

Review: ‘All-New, All-Different Avengers Vol. 1: The Magnificent Seven’

All-New, All-Different Avengers Vol. 1: The Magnificent Seven Writer: Mark Waid Artists: Mahmud Asra and Adam Kubert Marvel Entertainment; $19.99 Rated T+ The title of the current flagship Avengers comic may be a mouthful, but it could probably do with one more word if it was going for total accuracy: “Almost.” That’s because almost every […]