Comics Buyer’s Guide #1683 (November 2011)

Looking for graphic novel and comics suggestions for your young reader? There are hundreds of them out there and CBG #1683 looks at some of the best!

kids comicsFreelance writer and CBG reviewer Whitney Grace looks at what makes how graphic novels are being accepted into the classroom and provides a list of 10 of the best.

Maggie chimes in with a look at kids’ comics from earlier days.

And Captain Comics rounds things out with more suggestions for young readers with items he finds fun as well.

Craig “Mr. Silver Age” Shutt ties in to our back to school theme with a flip through the yearbooks of Superboy’s school days.

But that’s not all that’s in this issue!

Michelle Nolan has the second part of her look at True Sport Picture-Stories, with a focus on that series’ football issues.

You’ll find a plethora of reviews ably anchored by Tony Isabella, who looks at things he’s found while wading through his Vast Accumulation of Stuff.

Heritage Comic Auctions had a successful mid-August Signature Sale.

Our letters column has moving advice.

We unmask CBG Graphic Designer Shawn Williams.

And, Peter David wraps things up with a look at the dangers and rewards of parody.

It’s all inside CBG #1683, available now!

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One Response to Comics Buyer’s Guide #1683 (November 2011)

  1. GarySpiewak says:

    In #1683, regarding the 10 covers of comics reference material, the Jules Feifer book is listed with original price “unknown.” The copy I own has a price marked of $9.95 (it was then marked down to $4.95 and further to $4 – which is what I purchased it for, way back when). Just thought I’d take the opportunity to share that for your files, and thank you for the enjoyment you provide, month in and month out. Keep up the good work.

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