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Doctor Who: The Ninth Doctor

While not as inventive as the series' first volume, this will still certainly satisfy those who want more of the short-lived Ninth Doctor.

Starslayer: The Log of the Jolly Roger

Imperfectly presented, but with a bit more ambition than might first be apparent, this volume is worthwhile for fans of sf, action-adventure, and 1980s nostalgia.

The Complete Peanuts: Comics and Stories 1950 to 2000

The dreary and uninviting covers of the hardcover "Complete Peanuts" books do not adequately reflect the fun within. But Fantagraphics deserves much thanks for publishing a complete collection of the world's most popular comic strip. Libraries collecting the set shouldn't miss this fine extra volume.

Doctor Who. The Eighth Doctor. Vol. 1: A Matter of Life and Death

Titan is doing a great job with its "Doctor Who" line; fans will be more than satisfied.

Huck. Vol. 1: All-American

Huck the character is a treasurable creation; the book, less so.

Camus/Ferrandez, Higashimura, Jacobson, Mann & Co., Moen/Nolan, Truong | Graphic Novels Reviews, November 15, 2016


This Damned Band

With sordid sex and drug-taking, this mature-readers occult comedy will easily win over fans of classic British rock.


The first two volumes of this series are neglected masterpieces; buy this third of a planned five for completeness.

Hole in the Heart: Bringing Up Beth

With an ultimate message of hope and love, this adult work will resonate strongly with parents of children with special needs.

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