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July 4, 2015

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Review: Gotham Academy Vol 1: Welcome to Gotham Academy

Olive Silverlock is a student at the prestigious Gotham Academy, where Gotham’s best and brightest go to study. But it’s kind of hard to concentrate when there’s a ghost haunting the campus, a secret society is performing rituals on the grounds, and Olive has to be a “nanny” to her ex-boyfriend’s little sister, all while […]

This Week’s Comics: Dragon Puncher in Space

Beat the heat with some cool books from this week’s new releases. Get in the camping spirit with Archie Comics and their release of Archie’s Campfire Stories. Make a wish with Image Comics as they finish the mini series Penny Dora and the Wishing Box, or escape to the skies on the back of a […]

This Week’s Comics: Be Your Minion

Enjoy the long summer days with some comics from this week’s list. Archie Comics has a special issue of Mega Man; Worlds Unite Battles features some of the spectacular duels that have spilled over from the pages of the Worlds Unite mega event. Dark Horse Comics starts a new Plants Vs Zombies and takes on bullying […]

Review: Ms. Marvel Volume 1: No Normal

Kamala Khan is an ordinary girl from Jersey City who wants all the things the average teenager wants; to be pretty, to be popular, to be normal. But coming from a Pakistani Muslim family, Kamala feels anything but normal and wishes she could be like her hero, Captain Marvel. Be careful what you wish for, […]

This Week’s Comics: Doctor Clarence

It’s sad to have to say goodbye, but it’s true for some of the titles on this week’s list of new releases. The Adventure Time spin-off Marceline Gone Adrift from BOOM! Studios ends with issue #6 while the third volume of Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard ends its run at #4. Itty Bitty Comics […]

This Week’s Comics: I Am Bat-Mite!

It’s the end of an era in this week’s new releases. Archie Comics is rebooting their flagship title Archie, ending the original series this month on the ominous issue #666. IDW Publishing says goodbye to Samurai Jack with its final issue, #20. But don’t let those get you down. Marvel and DC have new all-ages […]

This Week’s Comics: Kid’s Universe

Kick off the start of the summer season with some of this week’s new releases. BOOM! Studios has a new Bravest Warriors one-shot, Tales from the Holo John. Yes, it is what you think it is. DC Comics has the second volume of Batman Adventures, collecting 10 issues from the Batman The Animated Series inspired […]

Review: A Cat Named Tim and Other Stories

What do a Duck and Mouse, a Cat, a Bunny, and two elderly Pigs have in common? All the wacky, wild, and funny adventures they go on both together and apart. Whether it’s painting a room, flying a plane, or just waiting for the bus, there are plenty of hijinks to be had. A Cat […]

This Week’s Comics: Claudette and Aero-Girl

Spend Memorial Day weekend taking in some rays while reading some of the books from this week’s new releases. Bongo Comics is ready for summer with some superhero action in Simpsons Summer Shindig #9. IDW Publishing releases the first issue of their new series Donald Duck, and Archie Comics prepares for its huge crossover event […]

This Week’s Comics: Gronk Assemble

Escape the continuing wacky weather with some comics from this week’s new releases. Archie Comics takes a stay-cation with Betty And Veronica Friends Comic Double Digest #243. IDW Publishing releases the second Angry Birds Comics trade, and Marvel Comics completes their Marvel Universe Guardians of the Galaxy mini-series to keep piling on the MCU magic. […]

Review: ‘Lumberjanes,’ vol. 1

Review: ‘Lumberjanes,’ vol. 1

At Miss Quinzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet’s Camp for Hard-core Lady-types, things are not what they seem. Three-eyed Foxes. Secret Caves. Anagrams. Luckily, Jo, April, Mal, Molly, and Ripley are five, rad, butt-kicking best pals determined to have an awesome summer together…and they’re not gonna let a magical quest or array of supernatural critters get […]

The Week’s Comics: The Legend of Wonder

The Week’s Comics: The Legend of Wonder

Enjoy some of the classics with this week’s new releases. Archie Comics releases a HUGE collection of some of the best stories from the title’s seven-decade run in Archie 1000-Page Comics Blow-Out. DC Comics has a new Scooby-Doo Team-Up with the gang meeting the gang from Johnny Quest, and Simon & Schuster releases Meet The […]

This Week’s Comics: Wild Lunch Witch

This Week’s Comics: Wild Lunch Witch

It’s Free Comic Book Day this weekend, so run, don’t walk to pick up some of this week’s new releases as well as sample some new titles. Amulet Books releases the fourth volume of the Misadventures of Salem Hyde, Dinosaur Dilemma. BOOM! Studios releases a special one-shot for Steven Universe featuring a very important person, […]

This Week’s Comics: Witchy Lizard

This Week’s Comics: Witchy Lizard

There are so many great books coming out this week, it was hard to select just two picks! The next volume in the Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales is out from Amulet Books. Sonic Universe celebrates its 75th issue with several variant covers, and IDW Publishing has a Littlest Pet Shop one-shot and the first issue […]

Review: Jem and the Holograms #1

Review: Jem and the Holograms #1

At the beginning of March, I wrote about the reboot of the 80s cartoon Jem and the Holograms as a comic. At the time, I was skeptical about the reboot. Jem and the Holograms is a treasured memory from my childhood and I didn’t want to see it ruined. Fortunately, IDW put the book into […]

This Week’s Comics: Knight Court

This Week’s Comics: Knight Court

After a “taxing” week, pick some comics the whole family will enjoy. BOOM! Studios releases the first trade volume of the magical girl series Bee and Puppycat. First Second makes science fun with the Last of the Sandwalkers, while Vertical Comics releases their very fun and funny manga series My Neighbor Seki, a series that […]

Review: How To Fake A Moon Landing

Review: How To Fake A Moon Landing

Climate change, fracking, evolution, vaccinations, homeopathy, chiropractics, even the moon landing, are all hot button controversies that come up in the news. In this book, Darryl Cunningham looks at them with a cool, critical approach, exposing the myths of science denial using comics, photographs and easily readable text. Review: How To Fake A Moon Landing: […]

This Week’s Comics: Teen Adventure Chef

This Week’s Comics: Teen Adventure Chef

There’s something for everyone on this week’s new comics list. BOOM! Studios releases the third issue of Help Us, Great Warrior for those who love butt-kicking girls. Harper Collins Publishers releases the Neil Gaiman young readers book Chu’s Day at the Beach, and IDW Publishing has the third trade volume of their Samurai Jack series […]

Review: Sonic Boom! #1-4

Review: Sonic Boom! #1-4

Sonic the Hedgehog and his friends, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, and newcomer Sticks are back in an all-new series as they continue their battle to try to stop the evil antics of Dr. Eggman and his robotic creations. But can they remain a team long enough to get the job done? Review: Sonic Boom! #1-4 Written […]

Perfect Square Acquires Yo-Kai Watch Manga

Perfect Square Acquires Yo-Kai Watch Manga

Perfect Square, the all ages imprint of manga publisher Viz Media, has announced that it has acquired the publishing rights to the new property Yo-Kai Watch. Yo-Kai Watch started as a video game in Japan and has expanded into a cartoon and manga. The first movie based on the property was released in December 2014. […]