Join writer Megan Brennan ( Steven Universe, Pencil Pup ) and artist Jenna Ayoub ( Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy ) as Elmore's favorite pair of siblings discover what it truly takes to fulfill theater's greatest promise: the show must go on!
- Issue # TPB (yesterday)
One morning, the circus arrives in Fede's town. What a thrill! Now he has a chance to be a circus star! And there he goes, with his cat Tomato, avoiding any streets where he might run into Florencia (because Florencia is his girlfriend, but she doesn't know it yet). Of course, things get complicated when the lion looks at Tomato with hungry eyes! And the adventure begins when... TOMATO MUST BE SAVED!
Saturday and Sunday are a pair of lizards living the good life, lazing around on a tropical atoll and fishing off the beach. But when Saturday comes down with a case of acute questionitis, the big mysteries—why are we here? how did we get here?—won't leave him alone. Only travel can cure his ills, and he sets off with Sunday in tow. What's a best friend to do but tag along? Together, the indefatigable duo have encounters both fanciful and philosophical in this charming and freewheeling paean to simple joys, curiosity, and friendship, fit for all ages.
Learn from Lincoln Loud the ins and outs of living in a huge household with 10 sisters! Lincoln will explain to you how to avoid *spoilers* for episodes of "The Dream Boat," how to restore law and order to the living room, and how to find some privacy to take a "special" phone call. All this, and more from Lincoln and his sisters Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lucy, Lisa, Lola, Lana, and Lily! Feature stories by The Loud House animation crew and show creator Chris Savino!
Venture to the Great Wall of China in the remarkable tale of bravery in this graphic novel retelling of the animated film, Disney Mulan. The Huns have invaded China. Mulan risks death and dishonor as she goes undercover as a man to defend her land and protect her father. With wit, strength, and determination, Mulan fearlessly enters the battlefield and goes head to head against the vicious leader of the Huns!
- Issue # TPB (2 days ago)
Mike Friedrich created the Quack anthology series after Frank Brunner brought him a reworked Howard The Duck story that he was not allowed publish at Marvel. The series lasted six issues and was home to several serials, including stellar work by Sergio Aragones, Michael Gilbert and Scott Shaw!
The complete Usagi Yojimbo / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle story collection!Comics master Stan Sakai has been curating crossover stories between his creation, Usagi Yojimbo, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for decades, and now every one of those stories is collected in one place! This beautiful tome is the perfect addition for any Usagi Yojimbo or TMNT fan!While Usagi Yojimbo embarks on the warrior's pilgrimage throughout Edo-era Japan, using his samurai skills to help those in need, four teenage brothers in a half shell from the sewers of New York City protect their home from crime utilizing their ninja capabilities. Both fighting for good and prevailing over evil, it's only fitting that they meet up and join forces.
Celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of Stan Sakai's beloved rabbit ronin, Dark Horse proudly presents Miyamoto Usagi's epic trek along the warrior's path in a new series of deluxe compilations, beginning with over 600 pages of Usagi's essential adventures.
Chris is a young pastry apprentice who, one fateful night, sees his delicious creations magically disappear. He decides to get hold of the thief, who happens to be a peculiar sort of squirrel. Chris doesn’t know that the chase will lead to a fantastic adventure! The restaurant’s fridge is the gateway to the magical world of Fridgebottom, a country populated by myths and legends. In this new universe Chris makes the acquaintance of Hannah, a young elf who runs the Monster Delight pastry shop, and who isn’t so great at making pastry! Luckily for Hannah, Chris has a knack for inventing the perfect sweet delight for every palette.
- Issue #1 (3 days ago)
The first of five books, titled "Small Beginnings."Tyler is a young boy (we assume somewhere between the ages of 9-12), who's grandfather has just recently passed away. Having inherited the home and its belongings; Tyler's parents resolve to move the family to their new home. Everyone in the family inherits a special object. When Tyler goes up to his new room, he finds his grandfather has left him a seemingly broken gold pocketwatch, and a small stuffed polar bear. Tyler is unimpressed. Instead of getting a cool toy, he got a stuffed animal. After lamenting his seeming misfortune, Tyler goes to bed that evening highly disappointed and unimpressed. Little did he know that the watch was not a watch at all! Rather, it acted as a remote device that triggered Herobear to come alive! Donning a massive red cape, Herobear whisks Tyler away to partake in their very first crimefighting adventure!
This issue, Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories becomes Disney Comics and Stories and launches with an all-new #1! What better way to start things off than to present two tales featuring two iconic characters: Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck! “My Friend Mickey Mouse” explores the friendship and bond between Mickey and Goofy, and why nothing can come between them, and in “Oh, Grow Up!” Donald demands respect from his nephews. But will he actually get the respect he deserves—and if so, at what cost?! Get ready for exciting new tales and an exciting new direction!
The Penguins of Madagascar are back in an all-new ongoing series! In 'Operation: Weakest Link,' the Penguins are amazing as a cohesive unit, but what happens when you split them up? Skipper's new training exercise pairs each of the four Penguins with a different resident of the New York Zoo to see who can work best with one of those 'other' animals in a 'capture the flag' challenge! (Who wants to draw straws for Julien?) And in 'Rico's Bad Day,' an entirely dialogue-free story featuring Rico in his own solo adventure! We can promise one thing - it all ends with a BANG!
- Issue # Full (3 days ago)
Eddie, accompanied by his big goofy dog, goes fishing in his goldfish bowl, saws the legs off a too-high table, and takes a bath with his clothes on! The bright colors, lively drawings, and sing-songy rhymes will delight young readers as they follow along Eddie’s lighthearted mischief. Originally created by Israeli artist Aryeh Navon and Lea Golberg in the 1930s, Rutu Modan offers her own playful take on this classic character for a new, international generation of young readers.
- Issue # Full (3 days ago)
Rebecca is a six and a half year-old girl who is out of luck – her parents are on the verge of divorce and she is always getting sick due to a weak immune system. One rainy day Rebecca’s luck changes when she meets a magical microbe named Ernest, who becomes her best friend! Ernest is no regular germ—he’s about the same height as Rebecca and he can talk. Can Rebecca keep her parents together with the help of her new friend? And can anyone really have a friend who belongs in a Petri dish?
- Issue # Full (4 days ago)
James Sturm pens this richly evocative graphic novel set in the 1920s. The Stars of David, a barnstorming Jewish baseball team, travel from town to town earning a living by playing local squads. They all sport beards, a gimmick to attract patrons but when financial difficulties threaten to end their season they cast their lot with a Chicago promoter who has just seen the hugely successful German silent film Der Golem... With the golem, a baseball game is transformed into a mythical pageant. Fear and curiosity fills the stadium, but it also stokes the flames of anti-Semitism. Winning the game for the Stars of David becomes less important then surviving it. With a sepia-tinted cinematic style, this compelling book reminds us that making it home is at the heart of baseball.
- Issue # TPB (3 months ago)