Add these 7 comics to your "Must Read" list ASAP
You might think of Wednesday as a midweek bummer. In the world of comics, though, it’s the total opposite! That’s because new comic books and graphic novels are released every Wednesday. Lucky for you, this week’s no different. Check out why you should add these seven upcoming comics to your summer reading list.
The Fangirl Life: A Guide to All THE FEELS and Learning How to Deal by Kathleen Smith
If you’re an undercover fangirl who’s been afraid to let your fan flag fly, then this is definitely the one for you. Some people think fangirling is just an obsession with Katniss Everdeen or Augustus Waters. However, Kathleen Smith (a fellow fangirl!) proves that coming up with your own stories takes imagination, creativity, and some serious passion.
Cirque American: Girl Over Paris by Gwenda Bond
Jules Maroni is Cirque American’s standout wire walker. She travels midair between buildings with ease—until a terrifying tumble shakes her confidence. Does Jules have what it takes to earn back her top spot? Or will a series of crazy obstacles keep her from proving herself at an exclusive performance in Paris? There’s romance, mystery, and nonstop excitement.
Angry Birds Comics Issue 7 by Janne Toriseva
Ever heard of Gulliver’s Travels? If so, then you’ll get a kick out of this take on the classic page turner. Gullibird’s Travels is Master Pig Theatre’s latest story. You’re going to rock a nonstop smile as Chuck, Matilda, Leonard and the rest of the gang embark on some pretty amazing voyages.
The Drawing Lesson by Mark Crilley
All books teach us something, but this is a learning experience that you won’t want to miss. Mark Crilley’s drawing how-to videos have a *huge* following on YouTube. This book is a cool combo because it tells the story of young artist named David and teaches you about the basics of drawing. You’ll laugh, you’ll learn, and you might even discover a hidden talent. What’s not to love?
Wonder Woman: Rebirth Issue 1 by Greg Rucka
You know her as the iconic leading lady of DC Comics. Wonder Woman’s skills are what make her the ultimate example of girl power, but will this superheroine be able to bounce back from a super loss? Good luck trying to read this without imagining what it would be like to have a cape of your own.
Kilala Princess by Rika Taka and Nao Kodaka
The styles of Disney and manga join forces in a story that’s equal parts thrilling and adorable. Kilala awakens Rei, a sleeping princess. Pro? She gains princess powers! Con? Her BFF Erica gets kidnapped. Cinderella, Jasmine, Ariel, Belle, and Snow White make guest appearances as Kilala and Rei set out to solve the mystery of Erica’s disappearance. Crown not included.
Supergirl at Super Hero High by Lisa Yee
DC Comics meets high school drama in the latest Super Hero Girls story. Students at Super Hero High don’t just learn about math and history. Instead, these powerful teens come together to become the masters of their might and the future savers of the galaxy. And you thought multiple-choice tests were stressful!
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