BOOM! Studios has announced the latest Adventure Time original graphic novel, the fourth in the series!
This November Kate Leth and Zachary Sterling bring us Adventure Time Vol. 4: Bitter Sweets OGN, and this time it’s in full color.
This graphic novel is an all-new, self-contained story that plays out like an episode of the animated series. It’s that lovely time of year where Princess Bubblegum gets to leave the Candy Kingdom and venture out into the outer limits of Ooo. But when her annual quest to visit old friends takes a dark and unexpected turn, it’s up to PB and Peppermint Butler to keep the peace by using the true power of friendship. Bitter Sweets is a deliciously twisted adventure with a surprising aftertaste.
The on-sale date for Adventure Time Vol. 4: Bitter Sweets OGN is November 5th. The cover is illustrated by Stephanie Gonzaga and it retails for $12.99.
Writers: Charles M. Schulz, Various
When stars fill the skies, Charlie Brown, Lucy, and Linus must seek out the one star that can be called Charlie Brown’s own. Charlie Brown’s Star and many more brand-new adventures like “Dogstoyefsky” and “Sally’s Great Pumpkin” can be found in this exciting issue of Peanuts.
Steven Universe #3
Writer: Jeremy Sorese
Artist: Coleman Engle
Greg Universe plans on entering Beach City’s monthly Open Mic Night to really show Steven and Beach City that even though he may not have a lot of hair, he IS Greg Universe. Meanwhile, the Gems are busy trying to catch a beast that moves too fast for them. It’s nothing but fighting and mighty fine tunes in this super fun issue!
Peanuts Vol. 4 TP
Writers: Charles M. Schulz, Various
New Peanuts adventures, perfect for you and your Sweet Babboo! It’s time to hop atop your doghouse biplane and escape into the wonderful world of legendary cartoonist Charles M. Schulz with brand-new adventures from an all-star lineup of writers and artists, and classic strips by Schulz himself. Featuring Charlie Brown and the whole Peanuts gang, this timeless collection of humor and imagination is sure to help you finally kick that football or take to the skies and defeat the Red Baron once and for all. Collects Peanuts #9-12.
The Amazing World of Gumball #3
Writer: Frank Gibson
Artist: Tyson Hesse
When Gumball suggests a game of tag to settle an argument, he fails to realize just how seriously people take tag in the town of Elmore! Can he handle being “it”? What depths will he sink to in order to tag someone else?!
Uncle Grandpa #1
Authors: Yehudi Mercado, Zac Gorman, Scott Roberts, Evgeny Yakovlev, Jimmy Giegerich, and more
Artists: Yehudi Mercado, Zac Gorman, Scott Roberts, Evgeny Yakovlev, Jimmy Giegerich, and more
Uncle Grandpa is everyone’s magical uncle and grandpa, and he’s come to help kids with their problems in surreal and wacky ways! It’s a collection of zany shorts, games, and strips starring Uncle Grandpa, Pizza Steve, Mr. Gus, and all the other crazy characters from the hit Cartoon Network show created by Peter Browngardt.
This MAD Magazine-style comic is going to feature all manner of short strips, games, and more goofy things. If you are a a fan of cartoonists like Don Martin, Gary Larson, and Tex Avery, you’ll enjoy Uncle Grandpa.
KaBOOM! and Cartoon Network Enterprises have announced the November 5th release of Over the Garden Wall, an oversized comic book special based on Cartoon Network’s first original animated mini-series that will air over the course of five nights beginning Monday, November 3rd.
The Over the Garden Wall comic is an oversized, 26-page story written and directly supervised by the mini-series’ creator, Patrick McHale. Acclaimed cartoonist, illustrator, and colorist Jim Campbell, who was personally hand-picked by McHale, is drawing and hand-lettering the entire story himself. Designed to seamlessly tie in with the animated mini-series, the comic story is one of the adventures that brothers Wirt and Greg and their ill-tempered bluebird friend Beatrice go on while trying to find their way home from the Unknown, a strange forest adrift in time. In their attempt to get to Adelaide of the Pasture, a mysterious figure who might have the key to getting them home, they team up with a group of wayward soldiers in search of adventure and risk getting thrown even further into the Unknown.
Headlined by an all-star voice-cast that includes Elijah Wood, Collin Dean, and Melanie Lynskey, Over the Garden Wall is Cartoon Network’s first ever mini-series, an animated comedy/fantasy story about two brothers, Wirt and Greg, who are trapped in a mysterious world. In this 10-part production, music plays an important role with a soundtrack full of Americana-influenced original songs. Over the Garden Wall is created by Patrick McHale and produced by Cartoon Network Studios.
The Over the Garden Wall one-shot arrives from KaBOOM! in comic shops on November 5th with a cover price of $4.99, under Diamond order code SEP141163. The main cover is illustrated by Jim Campbell, while the retailer incentive cover (1 in 15) is drawn by Patrick McHale.
Adventure Time: Banana Guard Academy #3 (of 6)
Writers: Kent Osborne & Dylan Haggerty
Artist: Mad Rupert
The Banana Guard trainees get a well-deserved R&R and they are going to make the most of their time. Too bad a flat tire is going to get in the way of that. It’s a crazy weekend for these cadets and it looks like it’s only going to get worse—the Ice King wants to help!
Bravest Warriors #25
Writer: Kate Leth
Artist: Ian McGinty
It’s the 2nd Anniversary issue! Catbug is evil! There is no other way around it, there is definitely something wrong with the little guy and it’s up to the Bravest Warriors to figure out what it is before it’s too late…or maybe it’s too soon? Crazy things are happening but it’s just getting started for this crew of teens.
Regular Show Vol. 2 TP
Writer: Nick Sumida
Artist: Allison Strejlau
A picture is worth a thousand words, but not in this case! Mordecai and Rigby find themselves in trouble after a selfie war and now they have to destroy all the evidence so no one (especially Margaret) sees Mordecai’s scariest picture. It’s a crazy battle of flashing cameras and Internet shame, written by indie rockstar Nick Sumida and drawn by amazingly gifted Allison Strejlau. Collects Regular Show #3, 6-8.