A body-swapping comedy where a teenage boy finds himself living a new life as a cat.
We speak with Girl Taking Over's Sarah Kuhn and Arielle Jovellanos about their new version of Lois Lane, an Asian American teenager just coming into her own as a journalist.
Check out this week's list of new comics, manga, and graphic novels for readers 12 and under featuring The Dog Knight from Feiwel and Friends and Tig and Lily Volume 1 Tiger Trouble from Random House Graphic.
Retro character Penny Parker makes a triumphant return in our Archie digest preview.
Beth Evans uses deceptively simple drawings and incisive text to create relatable comics.
A heartwarming coming-of-age graphic novel about self-acceptance, friendship, and family.
Check out this week's list of new comics, manga, and graphic novels for readers 12 and under, featuring Clementine Fox and the Great Island Adventure from Graphix and Lo and Behold from Random House Graphic.
Billy Batson and his new foster brother Freddy are still exploring the limits of Billy's new magical powers when Billy comes to the attention of the Fawcett Tigers football coach. Can Billy learn to be a team player, and can he do it before the souped-up rivals The Atoms put him out of commission? We spoke to cartoonist Yehudi Mercado about his new graphic novel.
Here's a look at some recently signed graphic novel deals—and what we can expect coming up!
Today, Esther reviews Frizzy, a graphic novel about family, growing up, and self-acceptance.