All ages comics and manga for 2/17/10
It’s more of the same this week with a dash of a few new titles to keep things interesting. Boom! Studios debuts another ongoing series, this time for Cars, and Uncle Scrooge comes to the publisher ready to start a new adventure. CMX brings out the second volume of Tale of An Unknown Country, which continues Rosemarie’s and Reynol’s attempts to live happily ever after.
Archie & Friends Volume 3 Cartoon Life Chuck Clayton TP, $9.95 ^^AA Pick^^
Archie Double Digest #206, $3.99
Betty & Veronica #246, $2.50
Sonic Universe #13, $2.50
Simpsons Comics #163, $2.99
Cars #1 (Cover A Allen Gladfelter), $2.99
Cars #1 (Cover B Allen Gladfelter), $2.99
Incredibles #5 (Cover A Marcio Takara), $2.99
Incredibles #5 (Cover B Ramanda Kamarga), $2.99
Uncle Scrooge #388 (Cover A Giorgio Cavazzano), $2.99
Uncle Scrooge #388 (Cover B Gerben Valkema), $2.99
Batman The Brave And The Bold #14, $2.50
Tale Of An Unknown Country Volume 2 TP, $9.99
Tiny Titans #25, $2.50
Adventures Of Simone & Ajax GN, $19.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Archie & Friends volume 3: Cartoon Life Chuck Clayton – This trade collects issues #126-129 of Archie and Friends, and features Chuck Clayton as he tries to share his artistic talents with the local kids. It’s all starts when Chuck is asked to teach an after-school class on cartooning. He soon finds out how active kids can be, but he’s determined to connect with the kids. He gets help from an unlikely source, and tries to help a troubled kid that’s well known for his graffiti. Kids can learn something about what it takes to create a comic as well as be entertained.
Adventures of Simone & Ajax – This is the story of Simone, a 20-year-old that likes to have fun and her companion Ajax, who happens to be small green dinosaur. Together, they go on some weird and wacky adventures to different places and times. The series is written to appeal to all ages, with a dual layer of story telling that both kids and adults can appreciate. Kids will like the humor and adventure, while adults will enjoy the more subtle jokes and parodies of people and events.
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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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