All ages comics and manga for 7/14/10
It’s another short list this week, filled with the regulars we’ve come to get used to seeing every week. Boom! Studios is all about the Disney titles old and new. Papercutz cuts in with the second volume of their Disney Fairies line. And young super hero fans can get their fill from DC while Tweens will find books more to their liking from Archie and Marvel. And don’t forget to check the picks for a new series to watch out for from Dark Horse.
Archie & Friends #145, $2.99
Pals N Gals Double Digest #143, $3.99
Sonic Universe #18, $2.99
Cars #7 (Cover A Allen Gladfelter), $2.99
Cars #7 (Cover B Allen Gladfelter), $2.99
Donald Duck And Friends Volume 2 Double Duck TP, $9.99
Uncle Scrooge #393 (Cover A Magic Eye Studios), $2.99
Uncle Scrooge #393 (Cover B Amy Mebberson), $2.99
Brodys Ghost Book 1 TP, $6.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Super Friends #29, $2.99
Super Heroes #4, $2.99 ^^AA Pick^^
Super Hero Squad #7, $2.99
Disney Fairies Volume 2 Tinker Bell & The Wings Of Rani GN, $7.99
Super Heroes #4 – Super Heroes is the successor to the Marvel Adventures: Avengers line, and continues in its mission to introduce the heroes of the Marvel universe to new readers. This issue features Kraven the Hunter going after a most annoying and dangerous prey, and the Avengers who must step in as the hunt escalates into an all out fight that could level New York. It’s good to see Marvel continuing its all ages comics after shutting down the Marvel Adventures as line. Now it seems to be a brand. This series will feature teams, like the Avengers, and team-ups. If you’re looking for an introduction to the Marvel Universe and/or super hero comics in general, this is the title you’ll want to check out.
Brody’s Ghost Book 1 – This supernatural action title comes from Mark Crilley, an Eisner nominee and creator of young adult novels and comics. Brody has ghost problems. He’s confronted with the ghost of a teenaged girl who needs his help to in hunting down a dangerous kill. But to do that, he must first undergo training from the spirit of a samurai to unlock his own supernatural powers. With plenty of action and supernatural elements, this title will appeal to both boys and girls. This volume is the first of six to be released by Dark Horse. It is a borderline all ages with a 12+ age rating, but it should still be appropriate for a middle school library.
Images © Marvel Comics and Dark Horse Comics respectively
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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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