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Let’s Make Dumplings! | Review

Let’s Make Dumplings! is a thorough exploration of a well-loved cuisine with plenty of detail and encouragement in a comic book cookbook.

Marvel Action: Avengers: Off The Clock | Review

Marvel Action: Avengers: Off The Clock

After four volumes of saving the world, the heroes take a day off in Marvel Action: Avengers: Off The Clock but, it turns out, when you’re a superhero, even your down time is action-packed.

Black Heroes of the Wild West | Review

Black Heroes of the Wild West tells the stories of three fascinating people and shows how diverse the West really was.

Sunday’s Fun Day, Charlie Brown | Review

Sunday's Fun Day, Charlie Brown cover

Titan Comics’ Sunday’s Fun Day, Charlie Brown offers a new generation of comics readers a winning collection of a uniquely timeless comic strip.

All Together Now | Review

All Together Now, the sequel to All Summer Long, tackles some big questions about creativity and relatioships.

Cryptids, Ghosts, and Monsters|Books in Brief

Here’s a collection of titles that feature cryptids, ghosts and zombies. But all the stories resonate more than just fear and thrills.

Marvel Monsters | Review

Can’t tell the difference between giant monsters Fin Fang Foom and Tim Boom Ba? Not sure how to tell Werewolf By Night and Man-Wolf apart? Then Kelly Knox’s character guide Marvel Monsters: Creatures of The Marvel Universe Explored is the book for you.

In the Shadow of the Fallen Towers | Review

In the Shadow of the Fallen Towers - detail from cover

In the Shadow of the Fallen Towers recounts the events of September 11, 2001, weaving personal stories into the factual account.

Four-Fisted Tales: Animals in Combat | Review

Four-Fisted Tales: Animals in Combatby Ben TowleDead Reckoning, $24.95 Dead Reckoning is an imprint of the Naval Institute Press dedicated to graphic novels and focused on military history and biography. That’s specialized, but this latest release has the potential to greatly expand their readership. Who can resist stories of brave animals? Four-Fisted Tales: Animals in […]

Science Comics: Spiders: Worldwide Web | Review

Science Comics: Spiders: Worldwide Web has too many overwhelming facts, not enough story or connection to the data.