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This Week’s Comics: With Comics, Everyday is Fun

Check the new releases in comics, graphic novels, and manga for this week including picks from Harper Alley and Vertical Comics.

Review: ‘Unrig: The Broken Systems of U.S. Democracy and How to Fix Them’

A thought-provoking look at American democracy today, examining how it was broken and what we can do to fix it.

Review: Summer Camp Science Mysteries #5-8

The campers at Camp Dakota summer camp discover there are mysteries all around them and that science can always find an answer.

This Week’s Comics: Unlock the Magic of Reading

Highlights from this week’s list of new releases include a new Disney Zootopia graphic novel for young readers, Hard Day’s Work, from Dark Horse Comics. Lion Forge releases the second volume in the Ballad of Yaya series with The Prisoner, while Marvel collects the first story arc from Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man in Volume 1 Secrets […]

Review: ‘Positively Izzy’

‘Positively Izzy’ follows up ‘Invisible Emmie’ with a story that is less about the mores of middle school than about the awkward relationships between parents and children at that age.

Review: The Giver

Lois Lowry’s award-winning YA novel The Giver has now been adapted into a graphic novel.

Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

This faithful adaptation of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is an excellent companion to the original novel.

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: ‘The Cardboard Kingdom’

“Give a kid a cardboard box….” You’ll often hear parents quip that their child was more interested in the box rather than the new toy. And I know when my groceries are delivered in cardboard boxes, my kids beg me to keep it around. It becomes a house, a bus, and anything their imagination allows. Chad Sell and his many collaborators use this concept to create a rich story about a group of neighborhood kids that allows their imagination and ours to soar.

Review: As the Crow Flies

Summer vacation. I spent years in summer camp… most of them were spent crying and counting down the days until it was time to go home. The only year of summer camp that I really enjoyed was the year I was a “pioneer.” The program was centered on the rustic outdoor experience; hiking, canoeing, and […]