This week’s new all ages comics are jammed with a books that will entertain young readers five years old and up. The classic Scooby Doo Where Are You from DC Comics is back with issue #85. Remember Groo from Mad Magazine? His new mini-series Groo: Play of the Gods has issue #3 out this week. Spongebob Comics #72, Hero Cats TBP Vol 6 New Realm, Miraculous #13, Lumberjanes #42 and much more are just some of the all ages comics you can get your hands on this week. Here’s a look at five titles you’ll want to pay attention that are new in stores.
Ducktales are back to television on Disney XD and in the monthly all ages comics form on IDW Publishing. It’s Donald and the three nephews getting into all kinds of danger that Mickey wouldn’t dare get near. In this issue the group visit a top secret lab that aims to make things simpler, but ends up giving them lots of problems.
Pearls Before Swine
Zebra, Croc, Rat and Pig are back in a new collection. I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream Because Puns Suck: A Pearls Before Swine Collection. Pearls Before Swine is a wonderful, sometimes dark, pun filled universe with surly animals who are sometimes kind. It’s hilarious, but you might already know that. The humor will be best appreciated by middle school students and up.
Rocky and Bullwinkle
From Gold Key to Marvel Comics and now American Mythology, Rocky and Bullwinkle live on. These are new stories featuring Rocket J. Squirrel, Bullwinkle, Mr. Peabody and Sherman, Dudley Do-Right, as well as Boris and Natasha. The retro animation is intact, has lot of curious value and younger fans will immediately enjoy the slapstick humor. It’s one of the classic all ages comics that’s making a fresh run of things with brand new content this year.
Drawn in a minimalist style that is suited for readers in middle school and up, Marco Polo: Dangers and Visions is a new graphic novel by Italian artist Marco Tabilio. Traveling from Europe to Asia in 1280 was no cakewalk and this graphic novel will let young readers know how perilous his journey was, as well as why he’s important in history. Given the format and topic of Marco Polo: Dangers and Visions it’s best intended for middle school students and up.
Batman: His Greatest Adventures
Did you know that Batman Day is September 23, 2017? Celebrate with DC Comics as they release Batman: His Greatest Adventures, an all ages comics compilation of stories originally published in Batman Adventures. This is a great starting point for young Batman fans or those elementary school kids who want some cool crime fighting action that parents can approve of too.