This Week’s Comics: Kurdles Rising
This week’s new releases are heavy on the volume 2s. First Second finds its way with the second volume of Dam Keeper, World Without Darkness. Image Comics releases the second volume of Scales and Scoundrels, Treasurehearts, while Lion Forge dreams up the second volume of Dream of the Butterfly, Dreaming A Revolution.
ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT
Ghoul Scouts I Was a Tweenage Werewolf TP, $14.99
ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #290, $6.99
Rocko’s Modern Life #6 (Cover A Jorge Monlongo), $3.99
Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #11 (Cover A Dan Mora), $3.99
Scarlet Rose Volume 3 I Think I Love You GN, $9.99
Kurdles Adventure Magazine #1, $10.00 **Weekly Pick**
Dam Keeper Volume 2 World Without Darkness HC, $21.99
Donald And Mickey Quarterly #3 (Treasure Menace In Venice)(Cover A Michael Nadorp), $5.99
My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic #67 (Cover A Andy Price), $3.99
Tangled #3 (Of 3)(Cover A Gabby Zapata), $3.99
Walt Disney’s Comics And Stories #742 (Cover A Andrea Casty Castellan), $5.99
Scales And Scoundrels Volume 2 Treasurehearts TP, $16.99
Dreamworks Madagascar Escape Plans GN, $9.99
Dream Of The Butterfly Volume 2 Dreaming A Revolution GN, $12.99
Marvel Rising Squirrel Girl Ms. Marvel #1 (Cover A Gurihiru), $5.99 **Weekly Pick**
Doctor Who The Seventh Doctor #2 (of 4)(Cover A Christopher Jones), $3.99
Valiant High #3 (Of 4)(Cover A David Lafuente), $3.99
Yo-Kai Watch Volume 9 GN, $9.99
Kurdles Adventure Magazine #1 – Fantagraphics releases a comic magazine for readers of all ages. This issue features four stories including Greta Grump by Cathy Malkasian, the odd four-panel adventures of Pacho Clokey by Matthew Nastuck, Andrew Brandou’s Howdy Pardner trying to help Blue find Paul Bunyon, and the titular Kurdles by Robert Goodin, going on their own strange adventures. This new magazine is great for kids and fills the void left since the demise of Nickelodeon Magazine. It’s worth checking out.
Marvel Rising Squirrel Girl Ms. Marvel #1 – Marvel Comics brings together two of their most popular characters in a prelude to their upcoming animated movie. Ember Quade is a gamer girl with a secret; she has the power to bring video games to life. Her pixelated creations attract the attention of young super heroes Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel. They must work together to figure out what Ember is after while keeping her creations from wreaking epic destruction. Squirrel Girl + Ms. Marvel + video game Inhuman powers make the perfect recipe for a super fun adventure. It’s a great place for the next generation of readers to jump on with the next generation of heroes.
Images © Fantagraphics and Marvel 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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