We the People | This Week’s Comics
Big Ideas That Changed the World: We The People from Amulet Books tops this week’s list of new comics, manga, and graphic novels, along with a new supernatural sleuthing series from Vault Comics. Other highlights include a new volume of Besties from Clarion Books, Find Their Groove. Graphix releases a new Spider-Ham, Hollywood May-Ham, while Simon Spotlight gets creepy with a new Creepover Volume 2, You Can’t Come In Here.
Elles #3 (Cover A Aveline Stokart Wraparound Variant), $3.99
Big Ideas That Changed World We The People GN, $14.99 **Weekly Pick**
Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales Create Your Own Comics Let’s Make History HC, $14.99
Phoebe And Her Unicorn Volume 16 Unicornado GN, $11.99
ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #334, $8.99
BALZER + BRAY
Play Like A Girl HC, $22.99
Sir Ladybug Volume 3 Sir Ladybug And The Bookworms HC, $12.99
Besties Find Their Groove GN, $13.99
Batman And Scooby-Doo Mysteries #1 (Cover A Dario Brizuela), $2.99
Animorphs Volume 3 The Encounter GN, $12.99
Bird And Squirrel Volume 7 All Together GN, $10.99
Leon Volume 1 Leon The Extraordinary GN, $12.99
Spider-Ham Hollywood May-Ham GN, $8.99
Bug Scouts Volume 1 Out In The Wild GN, $7.99
Bug Scouts Volume 2 Camp Out GN, $7.99
Godzilla Monsters And Protectors All Hail The King #1 (Cover A Dan Schoening), $3.99
Sonic The Hedgehog Imposter Syndrome TP, $15.99
Creepover Volume 2 You Can’t Come In Here GN, $11.99
Minions Volume 6 Mini Boss TP, $6.99
Brothers Flick The Impossible Doors TP, $12.99 **Weekly Pick**
Splatoon Volume 15 GN, $9.99
Big Ideas That Changed World: We The People GN – Amulet Books explores the history of American democracy in the fourth volume of the Big Ideas that Changed the World series. Narrated by Abigail Adams, We the People starts from civilization’s beginnings and explores the inspirations that influenced the founding fathers. From Athenian and Greek assemblies that inspired the legislative and judiciary branches, to the Enlightenment ideals of reason, toleration, and human progress that formed the founding fathers’ thinking, to Mali’s Manden Charter and England’s Magna Carta as milestones for the Bill of Rights, to how the Haudensosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy offered a model for the American unity, this volume explains the fundamentals of democracy and is a powerful reminder that power rests in the hands of the people. This nonfiction graphic novel is a great way to introduce the idea of democracy to young readers and to show them why it is important to protect it.
Brothers Flick: The Impossible Doors TP – Vault Comics releases a supernatural sleuthing graphic novel for middle grade readers. If there’s something strange in their hometown, the Brothers Flick are there to investigate! Things are weird at the Strander House. An ogre wedged in the closet, an ocean in the attic and a bathroom that can send you to next Tuesday are just some of the strange supernatural occurrences that brothers Leo, Desmond, Remy, and Cub seek to get to the bottom of. And if they can find the answers to the mysterious disappearance of their family, then all the better! Fans of Gravity Falls, Whispering Pines and the Hardy Boys will enjoy this new series.
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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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