Publisher: KaBOOM, an imprint of BOOM! Studios Writer: Nicole Andelfinger, Daniel Kibblesmith, and Cullen Crawford Artist: Esdras Cristobal, Brittney Williams, Laura Langston, Ilaria Catalani, and Kate Sherron Cover Artist: Jorge Corona Colorists: Joana Lafuente, Fred C. Stersing, Meg Casey Letterer: Jim Campbell Price: $14.99
Put down the bottle and hike up your diapies, because it’s storytelling time with the Rugrats. The babies go head to head for who can tell the best tale of the mighty Reptar and Grandpa Boris tries to delight with the story of Chanukah. But when his memory fails him, it’s up to Tommy and the gang to save the holiday.
This collection of Rugrats romps features stories written by Nicole Andelfinger (Adventure Time Comics), Daniel Kibblesmith (Valiant High), and Cullen Crawford (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) with art by Kate Sherron (The Amazing World of Gumball), Brittney Williams (Goldie Vance),and many more.
Publisher: Archaia, an imprint of BOOM! Studios Writer: Andrew Rostan Artist:
Pencils: Kate Kasenow Inks: Jenna Ayoub Colorist: Laura Langston with Ilaria Catalani Letterer: Deron Bennett Cover Artist: Kate Kasenow Price: $17.99
Andrew Rostan is excellent at remembering facts and recalling the memories he associates with those facts—memories of deaths in the family and extraordinary people. At the age of twenty-two and suddenly a contestant on the very game show he associates with the happiest moments in his life, Rostan’s about to realize that existence is like JEOPARDY! and that all the answers are staring you in the face if only you ask the right questions.
Form of a Question is a moving memoir from writer Andrew Rostan (An Elegy for Amelia Johnson), along with artists Kate Kasenow (All Saint’s Day) and Jenna Ayoub (Adventure Time Comics), that revisits one of the most formative moments in his life and reveals how a chance opportunity to appear on a game show taught him much more about living than he knew he needed.
BOOM! Studios and Hasbro have unveiled a first look at Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers: Back to School #1, a new oversized one-shot special on-sale in September 2018. Award-nominated writer Marguerite Bennett and fan-favorite artists Jim Towe, Derek Charm, Jordan Gibson, Xiao Tong Kong, and Ilaria Catalani present a new look at the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
It’s Spring Break for the Rangers, and the first time since they received their Power Coins that the Rangers will be apart. As they each embark on their own week-long vacation, these teenagers with attitude discover that being a hero doesn’t always mean having to morph!
Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers: Back to School #1 features a main cover by Dan Mora, along with variant covers by Gurihiru and Jonboy Meyers. It morphs on to shelves September 19th, 2018.
Publisher: KaBOOM!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Nicole Andelfinger
Artists: : Esdras Cristobal, Sarah Webb, Brittney Williams, Ilaria Catalani
Colorist: Joana LaFuente, Fred C. Stresing, Meg Casey
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Main Cover: Savanna Ganucheau
Incentive Cover: Matt Frank
When the power goes out at the Pickles house, the babies and adults come together to share their own personal favorite Reptar stories. This collection includes short stories by Grandpa Lou, Phil & Lil, Angelica Pickles, Susie Carmichael, and Tommy Pickles as they each tell you their own version of Reptar.
BOOM! Studios has announced Rugrats: R Is For Reptar Special #1, an all-new oversized one shot comic about everyone’s favorite T-Rex arrives in stores April 2018. When the power goes out at the Pickles home, the babies and adults come together to share their own personal favorite Reptar stories. This graphic novel is based on Nickelodeon’s original animated series, Rugrats.
Writer Nicole Andelfinger, along with artists Edras Cristóbal, Sarah Webb, Brittney Williams, and Ilaria Catalani, deliver a unique collection of short stories by Grandpa Lou, Phil & Lil, Angelica Pickles, Susie Carmichael and Tommy Pickles, each sharing their own version of Reptar.
Rugrats: R Is For Reptar Special #1 features a main cover by Savanna Ganucheau and a variant cover by Matt Frank.