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Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge: World of the Dragonlords | Review

Uncle Scooge, Donald Duck, and their nephews find themselves in a sweeping fantasy adventure unlike any other in World of the Dragonlords.

The Secret Garden on 81st Street | Review

The Secret Garden on 81st Street is a terrific modernized retelling of a classic children’s novel about grief and found family.

Batman and Robin and Howard | Review

Robin Damian Wayne is starting at a new school, where he’s surprised to learn that he may not actually be the smartest and most athletic student. That role might already be filled by a boy named Howard. Can the two rivals become friends in time to save Damian’s dad Batman from a new soccer-themed villain?

World Citizen Comics: What Unites Us | Review

World Citizen Comics: What Unites Us: The Graphic Novel adapts Dan Rather’s book into a readable, inspiring comic.

Wonderful Women of the World | Review

DC resurrects the Golden Age feature Wonder Women of History as Wonder Women of the World, an anthology of short comics biographies of inspirational women by inspirational female comics creators.

Marvel Press Movie Tie-Ins | Review

New Marvel Press picture books Who Guards My Sleep? and Spider-Man’s Very Strange Day both tie in to Marvel Studios movies, but they do so in very different ways.

Bright Family | Review

The Bright family has exciting space adventures and demonstrates creative problem-solving as the kids search for their missing parents.

Thor & Loki: Double Trouble | Review

Mariko Tamaki and Gurihiru reunite for Thor & Loki: Double Trouble, in which the bickering brothers get themselves in ever worsening trouble.

Mao Vol. 1 | Review

Rumiko Takashashi’s latest manga series Mao, featuring a time-travelling school girl fighting supernatural threats, seems reminiscent of her own Inuyasha, but only in the broad strokes.

Lucy in the Sky | Review

Lucy in the Sky, a rewarding read, follows a young teen through a year of change, accompanied by the music of the Beatles.