August 10, 2023 by Brigid Alverson
Today we have a new book announcement: Hanami, a graphic memoir by Spanish artist Julia Cejas about her experiences as a newcomer living in Japan. Here’s the publisher’s description: Julia and Marc are your average creative millennial couple, full of the anxieties and optimism of their generation. When the economy takes a downturn and Marc […]
March 28, 2023 by Brigid Alverson
Today we have a preview of Pardalita, a comics/prose/poetry hybrid coming-of-age graphic novel coming in April from Levine Querido.
December 8, 2022 by Brigid Alverson
As the first snows begin to fall in much of the country, it's time to start dreaming about next spring's garden. Here are two books to get young readers started.
October 30, 2022 by Esther Keller
Parachute KidsBetty C. TangApril 2023, Scholastic GraphixGrades 4-7 When I was four years old, my family moved back to the United States from Israel. I don’t remember much about that time—it was a long long time ago—but I do remember one moment: I remember standing in the hallway, outside my Pre-K classroom, and crying. I […]
June 24, 2022 by Brigid Alverson
It’s Friday, it’s summer, and it’s time for some summer comics fun. Today we have a preview of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #331, which is summer-themed and also very Jughead-oriented. We have a slice of the new main story for you, plus a complete classic one, and both are written by top-tier Jughead writer Craig […]
June 2, 2022 by Mike Pawuk
Mike Pawuk rounds up the latest Star Wars comics news from last weekend's Star Wars Celebration.
April 7, 2022 by Brigid Alverson
Archie writes a book report—with some help from an unlikely source—in today's preview of World of Betty & Veronica Comics Digest #14.
September 13, 2017 by Lori Henderson
Everyone loves the classics; that is why they are classics! However, there is nothing wrong with a little something new. This panel explores high-interest texts and mediums to engage readers deeply across standards, disciplines, nations, and worlds. The world is moving into the 21st century. Shouldn’t your reading list go with it? Keep your big […]
September 10, 2017 by Lori Henderson
Editor’s note: GC4K writer Lori Henderson attended this year’s WonderCon, which took place on March 31-April 2 in Anaheim, California. Over the next few days, we will publish several writeups of the panels she attended there, which featured editors and comics creators from different publishers discussing their work. Since its humble beginning in 2005, BOOM! […]
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