• Let Capture Creatures Capture Your Imagination

    Let Capture Creatures Capture Your Imagination0

    Capture Creatures, Volume 1 Frank Gibson (writer); Becky Dreistadt (pencils); Kelly Bastow (inks); Tracy Liang, Joseph Bergin II, Lin VIsel, Becky Dreistadt, Katy Farina (colors); Britt Wilson (letters) Boom Studios February 2018 Decades after war ravaged the environment, teenagers Tamzen and Jory visit the Pacific Coast reclamation area, Tamzen to see her scientist father, and

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  • Corpse Talk: Ground-Breaking Comics

    Corpse Talk: Ground-Breaking Comics0

    Corpse Talk: Ground-Breaking Women Adam and Lisa Murphy Phoenix at David Fickling Books, March 1st 2018 There are children for whom this will rank among the most valuable books of their lives, and it only costs ten pounds (penny change). I appreciate this is an introduction with what’s perhaps offputting grandeur, but I’m afraid I

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  • Little Tails on the Farm is French Family Fun

    Little Tails on the Farm is French Family Fun0

    Little Tails on the Farm Frédéric Brrémaud (writer), Federico Bertolucci (artist), Mike Kennedy (translator) Lion Forge Comics January 2018 Little Tails on the Farm is perfect for the parent who is tired of board books, but whose child isn’t ready for Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur just yet. Little Tails follows pals Squizzo and Chipper on a grand

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  • The Secret is Out: Bolivar is Beautiful

    The Secret is Out: Bolivar is Beautiful0

    Bolivar Sean Rubin (Writer and Artist) Archaia/Boom! Studios November 15, 2017 Bolivar, the last living dinosaur, enjoys a quiet life in a New York City apartment. Schoolgirl Sybil lives next door. He depends on no one noticing him, but Sybil and her camera have other plans. When Bolivar is mistaken for the mayor, Sybil finally

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  • Hollers and Amazons: Leo Baxendale’s Bad Girls

    Hollers and Amazons: Leo Baxendale’s Bad Girls0

    When British comic legend Leo Baxendale sadly passed away last month at the age of 86, he left behind a rich legacy of truly brilliant characters. The “enfant terrible” Sweeney Toddler, the affable archvillain Grimly Feendish, the blundering Three Bears–each of these left their mark on generations of comic-readers in the United Kingdom. But out

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  • Review: The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 2

    Review: The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 20

    The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 2 Written by Philip Pullman Adapted by Stéphane Melchior Art by Clément Oubrerie Coloring by Clément Oubrerie and Philippe Bruno Translated by Annie Eaton Published by Alfred A. Knopf Books For Young Readers September 20, 2016 Another year has passed, and that means the release of another volume of

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