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Getting Dizzy | Exclusive

We have an exclusive announcement today: Getting Dizzy, by writer Shea Fontana and artist Celia Moscote, coming soon from BOOM! Studios!

The Accursed Vampire | Review

In The Accursed Vampire, cartoonist Madeline McGrane sends kid vampire Dragoslava and pals hunting for an evil witch’s lost spell book, but what they find instead might be…a family?

They Fell From the Sky | This Week’s Comics

Check out this week’s new comics, manga, and graphic novel releases according to Diamond Distributors, featuring They Fell From the Sky from Made Cave Studios and Star Beasts from Oni Press.

Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #296 | Preview

We’re chasing away the Monday blues with a preview of Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #296, including a complete classic story.

InvestiGators and Geronimo Stilton | In Brief

What do InvestiGators and Geronimo Stilton have in common? Both will have elementary students giggling over their books.

Kayla Miller’s Clash | Review

Clashby Kayla MillerHoughton Mifflin HarcourtGrades 3-7 Olive is back and struggling with friendship in Kayla Miller’s Clash. The young woman, first seen in Click, normally makes friends with everyone. That’s why she’s happy to volunteer to show new student Nat around. Unfortunately, Nat may not have the best motives in return. She’s quick to join […]

Amelia Erroway | This Week’s Comics

Check out this week’s comics, manga and graphic novels new releases featuring Amelia Erroway Volume 1 Castaway Commander from Graphix and Big Apple Diaries from Roaring Brook Press.

Just Beyond: Monstrosity | Preview

Today we have a preview of R.L. Stine’s Just Beyond: Monstrosity, starring a movie monster that’s more than just a studio prop.

Gender Queer: A Memoir | Creator Interview

Gender Queer is Maia Kobabe’s memoir of accepting and sharing eir deepest secret and finding growth and stronger relationships as a result.

Children in the Holocaust | Mini-Reviews

Two graphic novels about children in the Holocaust provide an introduction to the topic that’s appropriate for young readers.