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Review: ‘Quick and Easy Guides’ From Limerence Press

Today Johanna looks at three sex education comics that take an inclusive approach and are appropriate for older teens and adults.

Review: ‘The Lost Carnival’

Before he became Batman’s Boy Wonder, Dick Grayson was a circus acrobat having adventures of his own in Michael Moreci and Sas Milledge’s ‘The Lost Carnival.’

Review: ‘Jughead’s Time Police’

It’s a Crisis of Infinite Jugheads when Riverdale’s most voracious teen invents time travel in order to change the past…and accidentally endangers all of time and space in the process. Creators Sina Grace and Derek Charm tell the biggest Jughead Jones story of all time in their remarkably good reboot of Jughead’s Time Police.

Review: ‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’

Kelly Thompson, Veronica Fish and Andy Fish join Sabrina Spellman for her first day at a new school in a new town in this suburban fantasy/adventure comic take on the classic Archie Comics character.

Review: ‘Delicious in Dungeon’ Volume 1

Comedy food manga, only the food is made up of dungeon monsters, defeated then eaten.

Review: Banned Book Club

Esther tries something new with a look at ‘Banned Book Club,’ the story of a group of college students in South Korea who are determined to read books banned by their autocratic government.

News: Kayla Miller’s ‘Click’ Series Continues With Third Book

Olive, the high-spirited heroine of Kayla Miller’s ‘Click’ and ‘Camp’ graphic novels from HMH Books for Young Readers, will return in a third installment next year.

Review: ‘Betty & Veronica: Senior Year’

Jamie Lee Rotante and Sandra Lanz take Betty and Veronica all the way through the one year of school they’ve never completed: Senior year.

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