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Review: ‘The Nutcracker and The Mouse King’

Forget Tchaikovsky; cartoonist Natalie Andrewson adapts E.T.A. Hoffman’s original children’s story, the one that inspired the holiday classic, and with dancing linework and cartoon visual vocabulary, she transforms it into a diverting comedy of a fairy tale.

News: Next ‘Maker Comics’ Title Announced

The latest addition to First Second’s Maker Comics line will provide tips on how to survive in the wilderness.

Review: ‘Act’

Olive’s story shows how young readers can make a difference on issues that matter to them.

Review: ‘Teen Titans Go! To Camp!’

Sholly Fisch and Marcelo DiChiara send the Titans to summer camp on Apokolips in a new graphic novel that attempts the nigh impossible feat of translating the Teen Titans Go! cartoon into comics.

Interview: Victoria Jamieson and Omar Mohamed on ‘When Stars Are Scattered’

Omar Mohamed and Victoria Jamieson talk about ‘When Stars Are Scattered,’ the true story of Mohamed’s childhood in a refugee camp.

Jimmy Gownley Returns in November

Jimmy Gownley, the author of the Amelia Rules! graphic novel series, has a new work coming out later this year.

Review: ‘Animorphs Graphix #1: The Invasion’

Animorphs book cover

Following the success of the Baby-Sitters Club books, Graphix turns another classic chapter book series into a comic with their first Animorphs graphic novel.

Review: ‘Beetle & The Hollowbones’

Goblin witch-in-training Beetle has to figure out to save her local mall in order to save the afterlife of her ghostly best friend who haunts it, and has to figure out if her old best friend is an ally or enemy in Aliza Layne’s debut graphic novel.

Review: When Stars Are Scattered

Today, Esther reviews Victoria Jamieson and Omar Mohamed’s true story of a child’s experiences in a refugee camp in Kenya.

Review: ‘Shirley & Jamila Save Their Summer’

Shirley and Jamila are both in danger of losing their summers to camps neither has any desire to go to, but by joining forces they are able to save their own summers…and those of several other neighborhood kids in Gillian Goerz’s fun take on the kid detective genre.