All ages comics and manga for 2/3/10
Superheroes are out in force on this week’s list. Boom! Studios debuts Disneys Hero Squad, a title that was a part of Mickey and Friends, but has gained its own ongoing series. DC brings out a new trade of Tiny Titans, their Teen Titans little kid friendly title. And there’s a new Amelia Rules, where she and her friends embrace their inner superheroes. But if superheroes aren’t your thing, you can go old school with the newest Little Lulu collection from Dark Horse, or go with this week’s picks.
Prince Of Heroes Chapter 2 TP, $19.95
Archie Digest #261, $2.69
Betty #184, $2.50
Sonic The Hedgehog #209, $2.50
Disneys Hero Squad #1 (Cover A Magic Eye Studios), $2.99
Disneys Hero Squad #1 (Cover B Magic Eye Studios), $2.99
Toy Story #1 (Cover A Nathan Watson), $2.99
Toy Story #1 (Cover B Nathan Watson), $2.99
Wizards Of Mickey #1 (Cover A Magic Eye Studios), $2.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Wizards Of Mickey #1 (Cover B Magic Eye Studios), $2.99
Little Lulu Volume 22 The Big Dipper Club And Other Stories TP, $14.99
Star Wars Adventures Volume 3 Luke Skywalker And The Treasure Of The Dragonsnakes TP, $7.95
Cartoon Network Action Pack #46, $2.50
Looney Tunes #183, $2.50
Tiny Titans Sidekickin It TP, $12.99
Smile HC, $21.99
Smile SC, $10.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Crogans March HC, $14.95
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Amelia Rules Volume 3 Superheroes TP (Simon & Schuster Edition), $10.99
Happy Happy Clover Volume 4 GN, $7.99
Legend Of Zelda Volume 9 GN, $7.99
Pokemon Adventures Volume 5 TP (2nd Edition), $7.99
Wizards of Mickey #1 – This title started as a segment in Mickey Mouse & Friends, but became popular enough to get it’s own ongoing series. It picks up where the story left off in #299. Mickey, Donald, & Goofy are still competing in the Grand Wizard Tournament, trying to win back the Diamagic stolen by Peg-Leg the Great. Magic and Mickey have been a great combination since Fantasia. It’s good to see the tradition continue.
Smile – This title is a true story from creator Raina Telgemeier’s life. On the way home from Girl Scouts, Raina trips and injures her two front teeth. Thus starts her dental nightmare, which is coupled with a major earthquake, boy confusion, and friends who aren’t so much. This coming-of-age story is targeted at middle school students, but teens and anyone who’s had to deal with their own dental drama will be able to relate.
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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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