All ages comics and manga list for 4/1/09
Looking for new comics? April Fools! There aren’t any! Just kidding…well, there are some, it’s just a small list, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good one! Boom! Studios is back with another comic due to sell out in no time. Marvel, getting into the spirit of the day, has two books to tickle your funny bone. Franklin Richards: April Fools, brings everyone’s favorite superhero son back for some superhero sized pranks! Then, the Assistant Editors take over the office and give their take on the Marvel universe with Marvel Assistant Size Spectacular. These are always funny, so definitely check them out, especially if you are a Marvel Universe fan!
Betty #179, $2.50
Pals N Gals Double Digest #130, $3.99
Sabrina Vol 2 #101 (Young Salem Part 1 Of 4), $2.50 ^^AA Pick^^
Cars Rookie #1 (of 4)(Cover A Allen Gladfelter), $2.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Cars Rookie #1 (of 4)(Cover B Allen Gladfelter), $2.99
Billy Batson And The Magic Of Shazam #4 (resolicited), $2.50
Looney Tunes #173, $2.50
Dr Doom Masters Of Evil #3 (of 4), $2.99
Franklin Richards April Fools (One Shot), $3.99
Marvel Assistant Size Spectacular #1 (of 2), $3.99
Dungeon Zenith TP Vol 3 Back In Style, $12.9
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Babe Ruth GN Before They Were Famous, $7.99
Sabrina vol 2 #101 (Young Salem 1 of 4) – After the big climax to the Tania Del Rio’s arc, readers are given a break and treated to a story they’ve been asking for. Salem, Sabrina’s cat, wasn’t always a smart talking feline. He was once a smart talking boy! In the first of this four issue mini-series, we go to Salem’s home on Saberhagen Farm, meet his family and see the beginnings of an adventure. Salem finds a talking frog who was once a prince, and the adventure takes off from there. Chad Thomas takes over the art, but it still have that "manga" feel to it and show appeal to Sabrina fans as well as manga fans.
Cars: Rookie #1 – Riding the wave of success from last week’s sellouts of Incredibles and The Muppet Show, Boom Studios keeps the kids comics coming with a series based on the hit movie Cars. Just before the Dinoco 400 race, Lightening McQueen is interviewed by Darrel Cartrip, and reveals his origins of a local short track racer with dreams of making it big. If the reception for last weeks comics says anything, it’s that you need to go out and get these books fast! Especially with Cars still being recent, and will be on a lot of kids and parents radar.
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About Lori Henderson
Lori Henderson is a mother of two teenage daughters and an avid reader. She blogs about manga at her personal blog Manga Xanadu as well as contributing and editing for Manga Village. She blogs about all things fandom (mainly Doctor Who) at her other personal blog Fangirl Xanadu. She's been at it so for over 5 years now and counting!
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