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Postby ****** » Tue Sep 22, 2009 6:05 pm

Old Man wrote:I am a big fan of what is normally called "Kids Comics". I absolutely love Casper, Wendy, and Hot Stuff from the defunct Harvey Company. Those are usually found as reading copies at conventions for $1, but are sadly mostly $2 these days. I read Super Friends and Tiny Titans every month.


The new Wonderful Wizard of Oz adaptation that Marvel did is a great all ages read.

Bongo put out a really good series called Roswell: Little Green Man in the late 90's that's well worth tracking down if you're into that sort of thing. I'm pretty sure it was collected, but I doubt it's still in print.
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Postby Old Man » Tue Sep 22, 2009 6:47 pm

guitarsmashley wrote:have you checked out the Boom studios books or my favorite, Owly?


I have seen the Owly free comic from FCBD a couple years ago. It was great. I tried to get my LCS interested in keeping it in stock, but it didn't happen.

I bought the first Incredibles series from BOOM!, and The Muppet Show. I will vocally support the other BOOM! Kids line. What might really help those is that some or all ofm them will be in retail stores an addition to the direct market.

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