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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.

Interview: ‘Red Range: Pirates of the Fireworld’

In Joe Lansdale and Sam Glanzman’s graphic novel Red Range, African American vigilante Caleb Range and his young sidekick wreak vengeance on a murderous group of Klansmen and then are transported to another world where more dangers await. On the last page of that book, they stare out at a strange body of water filled […]

Review: ‘The Avant-Guards’ #1

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A mixed group tries to form a sports team at an all-female drama college.

Review: ‘Grand Theft Horse’

More than just another horse story, ‘Grand Theft Horse’ is about one woman fighting the horse racing system for the right to train her horse humanely.

Review: ‘Young Justice #1’

Brian Michael Bendis’ new Wonder Comics imprint from DC is off to a strong start with Young Justice #1, in which he and artist Patrick Gleason relaunch the seemingly unrelaunchable team of teenage superheroes.