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Review: ‘Pumpkinheads’

The long-awaited collaboration from the super-team of Rainbow Rowell and Faith Erin Hicks is finally here, and it’s a winning romantic comedy set among the autumnal kitsch of a commercial pumpkin patch.

Review: ‘Operatic’

Kyo Maclear and Byron Eggenschwiler reveal the music genre best-suited to provide the soundtrack to the lives of teenagers in their innovative and excellent Operatic

Review: ‘Teen Titans: Raven’

In the latest offering from DC Comics’ new YA-focused imprint, author Kami Garcia joins artist Gabriel Picolo to reintroduce Teen Titan Raven as a teen with a past so mysterious even she doesn’t know it…yet.

Review: ‘Archie: 1941’

Mark Waid and company take Archie back to the year of his creation for a serious period piece in Archie: 1941

Review: “Spidey: Freshman Year” and “The Unstoppable Wasp: GIRL Power”

Two excellent but short-lived Marvel series from recent years return in new collected editions intended for a new audience.

Review: ‘Camp’

Olive, the lead of Click, returns in another story about friendship, this time at summer camp.

Review: ‘Bloom’

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A quiet coming-of-age story set in a coastal family bakery.

Review: ‘Mera: Tidebreaker’

The first DC Ink graphic novel for young adults is a rewarding read about an undersea warrior princess with fresh insight and challenges.

Review: ‘Click’

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Olive worries about finding an act to be part of for the school variety show until she figures out where she clicks.

Review: ‘The Mighty Crusaders, Book One’

Archie’s answer to 1960s superhero team comics has once again returned in the pages of The Mighty Crusaders, which mixes and matches characters and concepts from previous incarnations for a book that feels at once old school and fresh.