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This Week’s Comics: Voltron ’66

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Pick up some YALSA 2017 Great Graphic Novels for Teens-inspired titles from this week’s new releases. It’s little surprise that BOOM! Studios’ Lumberjanes returns with two volumes that are continued in this week’s issue #34, but IDW’s Jem and the Holograms debuts with their first volume while issue #23 finishes up the latest story arc. […]

Review: ‘Jedi Academy: A New Class’

Jedi Academy: A New Class By Jarrett J. Krosoczka Scholastic; $12.99 When it comes to Star Wars, three has always been something of a magic number, with the film franchise conceived as a trilogy of trilogies. It makes sense then that cartoonist Jeffrey Brown would stop at three Jedi Academy books, following his original with […]

Review: ‘Bera the One-headed Troll’

Bera the One-Headed Troll

Bera the One-headed Troll By Eric Orchard First Second; $17.99 The title of Eric Orchard’s fantasy adventure comic is a rather clever little gag in its own right, as trolls of Bera’s kind often have multiple heads, even if having only one head is the default state for everyone who makes up the reading audience […]

March v. 3 sweeps the ALA Youth Media Awards

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In the last few weeks, John Lewis has garnered much media attention for his boycott of the 2017 Presidential inauguration. But today, Lewis is in the news for the multiple awards for the third volume in the March trilogy. This morning, in Atlanta, Georgia the 2017 ALA Youth Media awards were announced the ALA YMA and […]

Exclusive Preview: Scooby-Doo Team-Up #22

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We’re starting the week on a light note, with an exclusive preview of Scooby-Doo Team-Up #22. In this issue, the gang are enjoying a rock concert when Frankenstein Jr. starts doing an Attack on Titan number on the stadium: He might look monstrous, but the robotic Frankenstein Jr. is really a force for justice—at least, […]

This Week’s Comics: Peculiar Rebels

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It’s a soft week in new releases this week, but there are still some outstanding standouts. Action Lab Entertainment continues Miraculous with some wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey elements. IDW Publishing releases the first issue in a new Angry Birds Comics, Game Play, while Titan Entertainment Group has its own transtemporal mystery tour with the ongoing Doctor Who […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Time Shifters’ Free Comic Book Day Comic

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Today we have an exclusive preview of the Scholastic Graphix comic for Free Comic Book Day: Time Shifters. The creator is Chris Grine, and the FCBD comic is a preview of the full-lengh Time Shifters graphic novel, which will be out on May 30. Here’s the catalog info: When Luke investigates an eerie blue glow […]

Interview: Shea Fontana and Agnes Garbowska Go Time-Traveling with ‘DC Superhero Girls’

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We know Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn from comics and movies, but what were they like as teenagers? That’s the basis for DC’s Super Hero Girls line of graphic novels, chapter books, animated shorts, games, and toys. In the world of Super Hero Girls, the female DC characters are all students at […]

Review: ‘Justice League/Power Rangers #1′

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Justice League/Power Rangers #1 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Stephen Byrne DC Comics/BOOM! Studios; $3.99 Rated T for Teen DC Comics and BOOM! Studios follow their collaboration on Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy with another cross-publisher crossover, this one featuring two long-lived franchises with comparatively little in common: The Justice League and Saban’s Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers. Aside from […]

Preview: ‘Archie’s Funhouse Comics Annual’ #24

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Let’s finish out the long weekend with a laugh! The lead story to Archie’s Funhouse Comics Annual #24, written by Dan Parent, relies on a classic gag setup: The little white lie that gets out of control. The digest also features some classic stories from years past. It’s available in comic shops this Wednesday. Enjoy!