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Wildflowers | Review

Wildflowers, Liniers’ third graphic novel inspired by his children, is a playful reminder of the power of imagination.

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.

Goldie Vance: Larceny in La La Land |Review

Goldie Vance solves a Hollywood mystery in Larceny in La La Land, the latest volume of the teenage sleuth’s adventures—and the best so far, according to Esther Keller.

Grief and Loss in Comics | Roundtable

Sincerely, Harriet

At the end of a difficult year, the Good Comics for Kids team discusses graphic novels that can spark conversations around grief and loss.

The Goldie Vance Mysteries | Review

Like a modern-day Nancy Drew, teenage sleuth Goldie Vance teams up with her friends to solve mysteries at the resort hotel where she lives and works.

Allergic | Review

Allergic is a story about a girl’s struggle to find a dog that won’t leave her in sneezing fits, but it’s also a story about fitting in.

Banana Fox & The Secret Sour Society | Review

Banana Fox and The Secret Sour Society finds cartoonist James Kochalka in fine form, as he introduces his latest hero, a semi-retired, smoothie-slurping super-sleuth and his flashlight-bearing kid sidekick, Flashlight.

Virtual Unicorn Experience | Review

The 12th Phoebe and Her Unicorn book is fresh, funny, and about friendship.

The Wizerd, vol. 1 | Review

Join Michael Sweater, Rachel Dukes and their rather atypical adventure party as The Wizerd reluctantly answers the call of adventure in this funny and imaginative all-ages quest.

ArkhaManiacs | Review

ArkhaManiacs cover

Arkham Asylum becomes Arkham Apartments in Art Baltazar and Franco’s ArkhaManiacs, which reimagines Batman’s worst villains as eccentric neighbors who have a few things to teach young Bruce Wayne.