This Week’s Comics: 7 Good Chillers
Highlights from this week’s list of comics, manga, and graphic novel new releases include Where Are you Leopold: The Invisibility Game, a graphic novel for younger readers from Humanoids. JY brings out some Disney magic with Disney Comics Wizards of Mickey Volume 1: Origins while Random House for Young Readers releases the graphic novel Super Sidekicks Volume 1: No Adults Allowed.
ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Archie And Friends Fall Festival #1, $2.99
Archie Milestones Jumbo Comics Digest #11, $7.99
Power Rangers #1 (Cover A Matteo Scalera), $4.99
Teen Titans Go Roll With It TP, $9.99
House Divided Volume 2 A Light In The Darkness A Lock In The Door GN, $9.99
7 Good Reasons Not To Grow Up GN, $12.99 **Weekly Pick**
Where Are You Leopold The Invisibility Game TP, $9.99
Goosebumps Creep Crawly Comics TP, $19.99
Goosebumps Secrets Of The Swamp #2 (Of 5)(Cover A Bill Underwood), $3.99
Marvel Action Chillers #1 (Cover A TBD), $3.99 **Weekly Pick**
Sonic The Hedgehog #34 (Cover A Abby Bulmer), $3.99
Disney Comics Wizards Of Mickey Volume 1 Origins GN, $16.00
RANDOM HOUSE BOOKS FOR YOUNG READERS
Super Sidekicks Volume 1 No Adults Allowed GN, $12.99
Splatoon Squid Kids Comedy Show Volume 2 GN, $9.99
7 Good Reasons Not To Grow Up GN – Graphix releases the newest graphic novel from Jimmy Gownley of Amelia Rules fame. Kirby Finn is a hero to the students at the exclusive Greycliff Academy. From helping kids deal with bullies to creating the snarky videos “7 Good Reason Not to Grow Up” Kirby seems to have it all. But like many heroes, Kirby has a painful secret. When his best friend Raja finds out he’s not the person he’s been pretending to be, Kirby, Raja and their friends may have to do the thing they’ve been rallying against; grow up. Gownley returns with a graphic novel that looks at friendship, identity and an uncertain future in a way that is accessible to middle grade readers.
Marvel Action Chillers #1 – IDW Publishing explores the darker corners of the Marvel Universe in this new mini series. The Darkhold is an ancient book that holds many dark secrets. When it threatens to put its chilling grip on the Marvel heroes, it’s up to Doctor Strange and Ironheart to save the day. As they follow the Darkhold’s twisted trail, intent on solving its terrifying mystery, they discover some of its lost stories. The first one they come across involves Iron Man and Captain America as they face off against a horrifying post-modern Prometheus! Perfect for the cold, dark nights of winter, these scary tales will thrill both horror and Marvel middle grade fans alike.
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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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