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This Week’s Comics: Tree Sleuths

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Cats, Science and Simpsons, oh my! Action Lab Entertainment releases the 4th volume of Hero Cats, which collects the World Tour arc. It’s science times two as First Second releases another volume of Science Comics, this time examining Volcanoes, while Bongo Comics takes Homer on a fantastic voyage during a visit to the science museum […]

‘March’ Wins the National Book Award

March: Book Three, by Rep. John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell, has won the National Book Award in the Young People’s Literature category. This is the first time a graphic novel has won a National Book Award. Publisher’s Weekly senior editor Calvin Reid was there, and he described Lewis’s tearful response, as he recalled […]

Review: ‘Abigail and The Snowman’

Abigail and The Snowman Writer/artist: Roger Langridge Boom Studios; $14.99 The first friend that Abigail makes upon moving to a new town is a very unusual one: An impeccably dressed yeti. The yeti, who answers to the name “Specimen 486″, was born in the Himalayas but raised in a secret government facility which he has […]

Review: ‘Haikyu!!’ vols. 1-3

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Haikyu!! vols. 1-3 By Haruichi Furudate Teen Viz, $9.99 On the one hand, Haikyu!! is a bit of a tough sell for anyone who isn’t fascinated by volleyball. On the other hand, manga-ka Haruichi Furudate does a pretty good job of not only explaining things as he goes along but also giving the reader a […]

Exclusive Preview: Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #274

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The holiday season is almost upon us, and preparations are being made in Riverdale! Our exclusive preview of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #274 includes two stories, one about Archie and Jughead going to the mall, the other about Archie trying to figure out where exactly to hang the mistletoe. The digest goes on sale on […]

Exclusive Preview: Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #75

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Scooby and the gang go behind the scenes of a fantasy-adventure TV show in Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #75. Here’s the bird’s eye lowdown: Ordinarily, nothing would make Daphne happier than meeting the star of her favorite TV action show, Zorna the Warrior Woman. But when the set of her show is haunted by the […]

This Week’s Comics: Mega Pony

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Snuggle up with a warm blanket and find some comfort in this week’s new releases. American Mythology Productions releases the first spin off of The Pink Panther with the Inspector getting his own series, Inspector: The Pink Files. The junior detectives from Gotham and Roanoke Cabin finish up their investigations with the last issue of their […]

Scholastic Picks Up ‘Princess Princess’ for Book Clubs

Oni Press sent out a press release this morning to let us know that Katie O’Neill’s Princess Princess Ever After has been licensed by Scholastic for their Reading Club program. A new edition is being printed just for Scholastic, who will make it available to their book clubs and for other school book fairs and […]

Review: ‘DC Super Hero Girls: Hits and Myths’

DC Super Hero Girls: Hits and Myths Writer: Shea Fontana Artist: Yancey Labat DC Comics; $9.99 The second in DC’s line of original graphic novels based on Mattel’s Super Hero Girls toy-line/media franchise, Hits and Myths takes advantage of having already introduced the concept and characters to tell a somewhat more complex story. Or, at […]

Review: ‘Jonesy Vol. 1′

Jonesy Vol. 1 Writer: Sam Humphries Artist: Caitlin Rose Boyle Boom Studios; $9.99 Who is Jonesy? She will be happy to tell you, as she does in the first two pages of this trade paperback collection of her ongoing comic book series. She is a tightly-wound, emotional teenager with a ferret, a garbage zine devoted […]