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‘Korgi’ Is Back: A Preview and a Look at the Cover Process

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As Lori noted on Friday, Christian Slade has released a new volume of Korgi, his wordless tale of a dog meeting fantastical creatures. Korgi, Book 4: The Problem with Potions will be out on October 18 in comic shops and November 1 in bookstores, and we’re happy to present not only a preview but an […]

This Week’s Comics: Space Battle Korgi

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New releases this week walk a little on the creepy side with the festival of frights just around the corner. Drawn and Quarterly brings out the next volume of yokai goodness with Kitaro Meets Nurarihyon, while Archie Comics has more Halloween hijinks in World of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #63. Viz Media releases another compilation […]

Review: ‘Betty Boop #1′

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Betty Boop #1 Writer: Roger Langridge Artist: Gisele Lagace Dynamite Entertainment; $3.99 Rated T+ Betty Boop is perhaps unusual among cartoon characters for being one of the few that everybody knows, but relatively few have actually seen seen in her native medium of 1930s cartoon shorts. Her name, striking image and maybe even her voice […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?’ #74

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It’s not quite the phantom of the opera, but hilarious complications ensue in Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #74, when Scooby and the gang are called in to investigate mysterious happenings behind the scenes of a musical about American history. Sound familiar? Here’s the blurb: Scooby and the gang go backstage at Broadway’s hottest musical—“Franklin!”—when ghosts […]

This Week’s Comics: Enchanted Tiki Scouts

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Haunt your local comic book store for some of this week’s new releases. Archie Comics gets their scare on with Betty and Veronica Friends Halloween Annual Digest #251. Dynamite Entertainment reintroduces an iconic character with Betty Boop #1, and Tundra Books has a new series for emerging readers featuring a waffle loving Narwhal and his […]

March Named National Book Award Finalist

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The 2016 National Book Finalists have been announced. In the Young People’s category, March Book 3 by Senator John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell has been named. Published by Top Shelf, the March Trilogy immediately garnered much acclaim and attention for its compelling story and visual excellence. Upon hearing the news, Senator John Lewis […]

2016 GGNT: Manga Spotlight

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Trying to decide what books to add to a collection can be tough for librarians, especially if they are short on space and/or money. Fortunately, groups such as YALSA, the Young Adult Library Services Association, put together lists of recommendations that libraries—and really, anybody—can use. One such list is Great Graphic Novels for Teens, a […]

Review: ‘Teen Titans: Rebirth #1′

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Teen Titans: Rebirth #1 Writer: Ben Percy Artist: Jonboy Meyers DC Comics; $2.99 Rated T for Teen The Teen Titans have proven a particularly difficult property for DC Comics to figure out what to do with over the course of the last five years. Despite the fact that the publisher’s various teenaged superheroes are among […]

This Week’s Comics: Star Over the Stone Forest

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You won’t know where to start after seeing all the new releases out this week! Archie Comics continues their reboots with a new look for Josie and the Pussycats. Marvel Comics releases the complete collection of the Mini Marvels, and Toonhound Studios brings some education to maritime lore with Baggywrinkles A Lubber’s Guide to Life […]

Pre-NYCC News: Tom Taylor’s ‘The Deep’ Returns in a New Format

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New York Comic Con is coming next week, and that always means there are a lot of pre-convention announcements. BOOM! Studios has been rolling them out one at a time, and this one is of particular interest to GC4K readers: In 2017 they will publish The Deep, by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer, as a […]