Ghoul Agency | This Week’s Comics
The Ghoul Agency from Action Lab Entertainment tops this week’s list of comics, manga and graphic novels along with a new Tales of Great Goddesses from Amulet Books. Other highlights include the graphic adaptation of Booked from Clarion Books. Harper Alley releases a paperback edition of FGTeeV with FGTeeV Saves the World, and Viz Media unleashes volume 4 of Pokemon Sword and Shield.
ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT
Ghoul Agency Volume 1 The Dagmar TP, $14.99 **Weekly Pick**
Tales Of Great Goddesses Gaia Goddess Of Earth GN, $14.99 **Weekly Pick**
ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Archie And Friends Thrills And Chills #1, $2.99
Betty And Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #306, $8.99
Power Rangers #22 (Cover A Guillaume Martinez), $3.99
Booked GN, $12.99
FGTeeV Saves The World GN, $12.99
Geronimo Stilton Reporter Volume 11 Intrigue On The Rodent Express HC, $9.99
Minions Super Banana Games Volume 2 TP, $6.99
Frozen II The Manga GN, $14.99
Pokemon Sword And Shield Volume 4 GN, $4.99
Splatoon Squid Kids Comedy Show Volume 6 GN, $9.99
Yo-kai Watch Volume 19 GN, $9.99
Ghoul Agency Volume 1 The Dagmar TP – Action Lab Entertainment unleashes a horror comedy for readers of all ages! Shay Melendez is a hard working creative for a unique advertising agency. The Ghoul Agency caters to special clientele ranging from mad scientists to creatures of the night. When she isn’t recovering accounts nearly fumbled by her literal demon of a boss and meeting with the agency’s Lovecraftian H.R. managers, Shay is thwarting the attempts at corporate espionage by rival agency, Crast-Pritcher Universal, or CPU, which may or may not be staffed by robots bent on taking over the world. Just another day at the office. With a great lead, and plenty of light-hearted comedy and action, this title is sure to entertain!
Tales Of Great Goddesses Gaia Goddess Of Earth GN – Amulet Books continues their Tales of Great Goddesses. Gaia, the Earth goddess, created the world in all its beauty, and filled it with life. Their children, the Titans, ran wild and free, until her husband Ouranos turned on Gaia and declared himself ruler of all she’d created. After helping her son Cronus, and then her grandson Zeus defeat their fathers, she found she no longer wanted to be part of their world. Watch Gaia as she struggles with gods and mortals, discovering her strength and eventually finding the peace she has always longed for. While always apart of the tales of the Olympian gods, this title finally gives the goddess of the earth the attention she deserves. Fans of Greek mythology will not want to miss it!
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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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