Princeless: the Pirate Princess #1 introduces Adrienne to another princess who may be a match for her – Raven: the Black Arrow – and following a daring rescue attempt the girls set off on a new quest.
Mobster Xulu Cultists vs. Scientists ft. Tentacles. It’s a lot less fun than it seems and a lot more messy. H.P. Lovecraft is perhaps an odd choice for an all-ages comic that ultimately relies too heavily on the trope that Lovecraftian and tentacles are synonymous.
AW YEAH FINALE! All good things must come to an end, and tragically that includes one of the best all-ages comics of our era, Tiny Titans. Thankfully, as we see in this issue, it is ending to make way for another all-ages comic by the same creative team!
When it was revealed that Stephanie Brown wouldn’t be returning as Batgirl, Art Baltazar and his partner-in-crime Franco came to the rescue, featuring both Stephanie AND the fan-favorite Secret Six in this issue of Tiny Titans! Aw yeah relaunch-avoidance!
Readers shocked by Chris Giarrusso’s departure from Mini-Marvels will be pleased to learn he’s expanding his unique take on superheroes in this May’s G-MAN, VOL. 1: LEARNING TO FLY ! “Working Mini-Marvels was cool, but G-MAN, VOL. 1: LEARNING TO FLYÂ is what I’ve been wanting to do for years,” Giarrusso said. “It’s the story I was wanting to write and draw the entire time doing Mini-Marvels so I’m happy those fans are psyched by the collection. G-MAN and company are going to be taking up all my attention for the foreseeable future and I aim to make the long-time
Those wanting to get their children addicted to comics, but wary of titles that may not be appropriate for the young’uns, might want to check out Image Comics Silverline Book’s Evil and Malice by Jimmie Robinson. “A definitive collection of EVIL & MALICE has been a long time coming and I’m very happy it’s with the folks at Silverline Books,” Robinson said in a prepared statement. “Over the years I’ve heard a lot of demand for a superhero series older readers could share with their younger siblings, nieces and nephews. Considering Shadowline’s continued pushes into the younger reader market with
This title completely slipped beneath my radar, so I’m probably as surprised as you are on the announcement that Mini-Marvels: Rock, Paper, Scissors has sold out at the distributor level, prompting Marvel to send the digest-sized issue back to press for another run. Featuring an all-new cover by Mini-Marvels writer/artist Chris Giarrusso, Mini-Marvels: Rock, Paper, Scissors Digest (New Printing) collects the acclaimed stories featuring your favorite Marvel heroes like youâ€™ve never, ever seen them before, in this all ages collection that has fans and critics raving! The second printing (featuring the cuddly-wuddly baby Wolverine) arrives in stores on September 24,