Oni Press has a brand new offering this week in the form of Board Comic – comics aimed at the absolute youngest readers out there.  The company is kicking off the new comic line with two Yo Gabba Gabba books.

YO GABBA GABBA! GABBA BALL!
Writer / Artist: Chris Eliopoulos
Price: $7.99
Page Count: 16
Size: 6.5” X 10.5”
Page Count: 16 pages
Format: Full Color Board Comic
Recommended Age: All Ages Fun!

Description: Cartoonist and Yo Gabba Gabba animator Chris Eliopoulos
take DJ Lance, Muno, Brobee, Toodee, Foofa, and Plex out for a round of
the best new game—Gabba Ball! It’s fun and learning with boombox buddies!

YO GABBA GABBA! GOODNIGHT, GABBA LAND
Writer : J. Torres
Artist: Matthew Loux
Price: $7.99
Page Count: 16
Size: 6.5” X 10.5”
Page Count: 16 pages
Format: Full Color Board Comic
Recommended Age: All Ages Fun!

Description: All-star kids’ comics creators J. Torres (Batman: The Brave
&  The Bold, Alison Dare) and Matt Loux (Salt Water Taffy) combine their
talents to get the Gabba gang ready for bed!

Booth books are on shelves today (November 24, 2010).

via Oni Press

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2 Comments

  1. Josh Mayfield
    November 25, 2010 at 3:31 am — Reply

    I picked these up for my niece today. They are awesome. It’s the perfect mesh of a storybook and a comic and the way it is written is simple enough that she’ll be able to read it herself soon. They are a little pricey, but the art is fantastic and the colors pop, and they certainly hit their target audience.

  2. Damascus
    December 9, 2010 at 3:39 am — Reply

    I’ll probably have to get this for my son, he likes Yo Gabba Gabba. Although, he’s only 2 (almost 3) and I found a copy of some Tiny Titans book that I got at Free Comic Book Day last year or year before and I didn’t care if it got destroyed so I gave it to him and he’s carried it around for days. He always wanted to read it in the car while we’re driving.

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