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Shang-Chi Vol. 1: Brothers & Sisters | Review

Shang-Chi cover

Marvel’s Shang-Chi finally gets the spotlight in a new series by an ideal writer, although the art leaves something to be desired in Shang-Chi By Gene Luen Yang Vol. 1: Brothers & Sisters

My Little Pony/Transformers | Review

My Little Pony/Transformers

The world of warring robots in disguise and magical talking ponies collide in the surprisingly, even shockingly effective crossover series, My Little Pony/Transformers: Friendship in Disguise.

The Wolf In Underpants at Full Speed | Review

Wolf In Underpants at Full Speed cover

The Wolf In Underpants is back, this time to help an angry and frustrated little bird achieve its dream using the main tool at his disposal: His underpants, of course.

Dear DC Super-Villains | Review

Dear DC Super-Villains

Even the baddest of the bad guys get fan mail, and in Dear DC Super-Villains Michael Northrop and Gustavo Duarte reveal the kinds of questions that kids ask the Legion of Doom

Nubia: Real One | Review

L.L. McKinney and Robyn Smith’s Nubia: Real One finds a young woman with Wonder Woman’s powers living in the real world, which is no fairy tale. Even for an Amazon princess.

Flash Facts | Review

Flash Facts cover

The Flash leads a score of DC superheroes (and just as many comics creators) in Flash Facts, a winning anthology of explanatory science embedded in light superhero adventures.

Mickey Mouse: New Adventures of The Phantom Blot | Review

In Mickey Mouse: New Adventures of The Phantom Blot, Disney heroes Mickey, Goofy, Donald and Scrooge will all need to team-up to keep the world (and/or Scrooge’s fortune) safe from the mysterious criminal mastermind.

Marvel Action: Avengers: The Living Nightmare | Review

Marvel Action: Avengers: The Living Nightmare cover

Marvel Action: Avengers: The Living Nightmare concludes IDW’s Marvel Action: Avengers series, and proves the experiment of Marvel comics by a publisher other than Marvel a success.

Chef Yasmina and The Potato Panic | Review

Chef Yasmina and The Potato Panic cover

In Wauter Mannaert’s beautifully composed, gracefully drawn Chef Yasmina and The Potato Panic, an 11-year-old amateur gourmet chef and her gardener buddies must save the city from an addictive potato product with a curious side effect.

Justice League Unlimited: Hocus Pocus | Review

Doctor Fate, Zatanna, Deadman and DC’s magical heroes take the spotlight in Justice League Unlimited: Hocus Pocus, the latest themed collection of the new reader-friendly, mid-aughts super-comic.