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Riverdale High School is holding out tryouts for the wrestling team--and Archie, Reggie and Jughead all hope to make it on the ropes! While the three use brute force and technique for their tryouts, Dilton is convinced that is instead a mathematical process. He argues that it's all about leverage and angles and that, even someone at his size, could take down someone the size of Moose. The guys are skeptical and challenge him to prove his hypotheses. Will his equations be correct, or will Dilton be down for the count? Find out in "Counted Out," the brand new lead story to this Comics Double Digest!
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The Global Teen Pageant has come to Riverdale and no one is more excited about it than... Archie and Reggie? With junior supermodels from all over the globe traversing around Riverdale, the guys take the opportunity to get as many dates as they can--but will these girls give them the time of day? Or will they both be runners-up? Find out in "The World of Archie," the fun lead story to this comics annual!
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This is a MUST HAVE issue of World of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest! This JUMBO issue is chock-full of the BEST stories ever told! All from the pages of the best-selling series THE BEST OF ARCHIE COMICS! This collection also includes story introductions by celebrity fans, top writers, awesome artists, and other insights into some of the hilarious and most popular tales form Archie Comics’ 75-year history! In this spectacular collection, you’ll experience favorite, laugh-out-loud moments that make Archie, Jughead, Betty and Veronica, plus The New Archies, Pat the Brat and more icons! Get ready for your best and most jumbo laugh, ever!
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"Santa" is making his first-ever visit to the Riverdale Mall, and he's not sure what to expect from the little kids of Riverdale. They all seem cute and innocent enough, but what they have on their gift lists might turn the big man in red's hair even whiter! Find out if this mall Santa has what it takes to fulfill the wishes of Little Archie and his friends in "All I Want for Christmas is You!" the holly jolly new lead story to this comics double digest!
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Archie, desperate for money to buy Christmas gifts, decides to lower himself in the worst possible way for a little Christmas cash: he's going to rent himself out to his friends--at least, they WERE his friends, until they decide to take advantage of Archie's situation by making him to do all the holiday chores they don't want to! Will they remember the true meaning of the holiday before it's too late? Find out in "All Worked Up!" the fun, festive new lead story to this comics double digest!
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It's School Picture Day at Riverdale High and Jughead, thanks to his mom's relentless efforts, looks like a model student. But that doesn't mean he's going to stay that way! Mrs. Jones enlists Archie's help to keep Jughead neat and clean for his picture. Archie takes on the challenge and promises to oversee Jughead the entire day until his picture is taken, but the mission proves to be far more difficult than Archie expected! Can Jughead "Keep It Clean"? Find out in the entertaining lead story to this Comics Annual!
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When a new invention of Dilton’s catches Mr. Lodge’s eye, he’s determined to pitch it to his business partners for millions. But will they like it, or will they think he doesn't have enough sense to come in from the rain? Find out in “When It Rains…” the lead story to this extra-sized double digest!
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Fast-paced and easy-to-read, these graphic U.S. history titles teach student about key historical events in American history from 1500 to the present. Dramatic and colorful graphics highlights the text with easy transitions, which avoids a choppy narrative. These history titles offer a variety of rich material to support teaching to the standards. Book features include: Four-color throughout; speech bubbles and illustrations allow struggling readers multiple access points to the text; speech bubbles (in yellow) are clearly separated from nonfiction (in blue). 56 pages, FC
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Enter the Wormworld, at the very beginning. A mysterious painting. A wooden sword. A hidden world. A time before conflict. Two friends in search of magic and adventure. This is how the saga begins. This exciting all-new prequel to Daniel Lieske's hugely popular webcomic The Wormworld Saga will entice new fans in time for the series' first US print release in May 2018, and tantalize existing readers with hints at secrets yet to be revealed. 
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Milo is just your average twelve-year-old boy. His loving parents are mummies, his best friend is an old wizard, and his babysitters are witches. When Milo isn't busy at school or visiting the comic book store, he loves to hang out with cool teen vampires, play with magical kitties, feed a hungry kaiju, and avoid a love-crazed gorilla at all costs. You know, typical kid stuff.
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Milo the mummy is way too old for a babysitter! Especially a pre-teen witch who's younger than he is—what was his dad thinking, putting her in charge? When she uses her magic to summon an instant dinner for Milo, these two bite off more than they can chew. Can they set everything right before Dad's back from his date? Wrapped Up #2 features a variant cover by Ian McGinty (Welcome to Showside) and a backup comic drawn by Carolyn Nowak (Lumberjanes)!
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Killer kitties are on the hunt for Milo's neighbor, the Wizard! These aren't cute cats like from the Internet, man. They're predators in deadly purrrsuit, and the Wizard needs Milo's help—and his sweet skateboard tricks—to escape! Can they fight off these feisty felines? Wrapped Up #3 features a variant cover by Tim Beard and a backup comic drawn by Miranda Harmon (Wizard's Garden)!
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Milo's class is taking a field trip, and his stepsister Jill is way too cool, teen, and goth to be a chaperone. But the trip gets a whole lot more exciting when they hear the rumblings of a giant, hungry monster—a kaiju! It's up to Milo and Jill to save a whole bus full of kids from certain doom! Wrapped Up No. 4 features a backup story drawn by Kelsey Wroten.
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It's the night of the creepie Kewpie! There's a haunted baby doll stalking Milo, and he's the only one who can see how evil it really is! When his mom and stepsister are lured in by the Kewpie's chubby cheeks, how can Milo possibly escape? Wrapped Up No. 5 features a backup story drawn by Coleman Engle (Steven Universe).
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Milo and Jill are all about that #CouchLife, but their parents want them to experience the "joys" of the Great Outdoors, so the whole family is going camping! The only thing keeping these hungry teens going is a trunk full of tasty snacks. But when they're setting up camp, their snacks, and Milo's dad, get stolen by a mysterious beast! Now, they've got to go on the ultimate, high-stakes snack run!
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What happens when you combine mummies, ninjas, and fighting dads? Find out in "Dadliest Warrior"! When Milo sneaks on board a ship, he discovers his dad isn't just a mummy, he's Master Mummy, expert in martial arts. But will the evil ninjas also aboard the ship be too tough to defeat on their escape back home? Battle alongside our favorite pizza-eating, skateboard-riding, bandage-wrapped mummy in his latest hijinks in Wrapped Up! Wrapped Up #7 features a backup comic by Mason Dickerson!
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Milo Mummy has been staying out of trouble and playing video games, but the same can't be said for his best friend, Wiz! Wiz has been captured and sent to Wizard Prison, and he needs Milo's help! But Milo doesn't know anything about magic—how can he help his probably-innocent friend bust out of jail?
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Wiz is distraught. His best friend, Milo Mummy, has another friend—an age-appropriate one! This simply is too much to bear. This calls for drastic measures; Wiz must find new friends his own age. But not even dad friends can keep Wiz out of trouble on a Guys' Night.
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The whole Mummy clan is ready for some fun in the sun on their family vacation! But they can't relax when Wiz crashes the party—and he's got every monster they've ever met coming after him, smashing up their beach house! Can Milo and his family fend off crazed kaijus, an angry sentient pizza, a haunted doll, and every other creature imaginable, and still have time for tiki drinks?
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Milo is just your average twelve-year-old boy. His loving parents are mummies, his best friend is an old wizard, and his babysitters are witches. When Milo isn't busy at school or visiting the comic book store, he loves to hang out with cool teen vampires, play with magical kitties, feed a hungry kaiju, and avoid a love-crazed gorilla at all costs. You know, typical kid stuff. "Great fun!" —Dav Pilkey, creator of Captain Underpants and Dog Man "Mummies are awesome! Let's do this! Aw yeah Wrapped Up!" —Art Baltazar, Famous Cartoonist "I like pizza...mummies—not so much. But I could see getting 'wrapped up' in this book! Scoot made me say that 'wrapped up' part. I like Dave Scheidt! Read this book!" —Franco, Aw Yeah Comics!
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Your favorite mummy boy, Milo, just can't catch a break! No matter how much he tries to stay out of trouble, trouble finds him! Snacks go missing during a camping trip, his dad gets pulled into a dangerous martial tournament, and his best friend somehow ends up in Wizard Prison! Under any circumstances, however, Milo will always come through to save the day! Usually.    This volume includes backstories drawn by Yehudi Mercado, Mason Dickerson, Sean Mac, Aaron Pittman, and Shan Murphy.
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The cartoon WuMo celebrates life's absurdity and bittersweet ironies, holding up a funhouse mirror to our modern world and those who live in it. Thanks to its delightful artwork and irreverent humor, this hilarious comic by writer Mikael Wulff and illustrator Anders Morgenthaler has grown from an underground sensation to one of the biggest and most popular strips in Europe. WuMo's inventiveness is reminiscent of their countryman Hans Christian Andersen--if Andersen's fairy tales had been populated by sadistic pandas, disgruntled office workers, crazy beavers, Albert Einstein, Snoop Dogg, and Darth Vader. Named WuMo, after the Danish duo's last names, it appears in the largest papers in northern Europe, including Germany's Die Welt, Denmark's Politiken, and Norway's Dagbladet.
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A novel by Emily Bronte published in 1847. It was her only novel and written between December 1845 and July 1846. It remained unpublished until July 1847 and was not printed until December after the success of her sister's novel Jane Eyre. It was finally printed under the pseudonym Ellis Bell; a posthumous second edition was edited by Charlotte. Beautifully illustrated, this classic tale will capture children's interest and spark their imagination inspiring a lifelong love of literature and reading.
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The Conspiracy continues! The Lone Gunmen investigate their first lead, the Ghostbusters. Are they frauds and charlatans, bilking unwitting clients out of money? Or do they have special insight into the afterlife? And how are they connected to the plague that's poised to wipe out humanity?
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Someone was trying to kill Malcolm X, and he knew who it was. From his troubled youth to his days as spokesman for the Nation of Islam, Malcolm X had much to say about race and civil rights. But when he split with the Nation of Islam, the charismatic black leader made one powerful enemy. Join him on his life-altering pilgrimage to Mecca where he discovers the power of brotherhood and the cost of racial divides.
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This book will teach you all you need to know about drawing ghoulies, ghosties, long-legged beasties, and boogums!
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Antarctic Press' titans of tech-manga teach you the tips and tricks to make constructing great mecha as easy as assembling toy robots!
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Tells the story of the building, running, and closing of the Pony Express mail delivery system. Written in graphic-novel format.
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Written by Ian Flynn Art by Chad Thomas Ink by Jim Amash Color by Jason Jensen Letters by Teresa Davidson "Finders Keepers" Part 1 This reader requested story-line offers everyone's favorite magical cat Salem in a special 4-issue tale that harkens back to the days when he wasn't an enchanted feline, but an actual boy wizard! In this thrilling tale, you'll journey to Salem's original home on the Saberhagen Farm for the first time! You'll also meet his mother, Felicia, and scruffy Uncle Mort. The tale begins when young Salem finds a talking frog who was once a wizard. The thrills, spills and surprises build from there! Don't miss out on the start of this magical mini-series! Originally published as Sabrina the Teenage Witch #101
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Full Color | 56 Screens | Part 2 of 4 Written by Ian Flynn Art by Chad Thomas Ink by Jim Amash Color by Jason Jensen Letters by Teresa Davidson "Finders Keepers" Part 2 The thrills and spills continue as we look back on Salem's life as a young wizard! Salem and his Uncle Mort are deep inside the cavern fortress of the evil Lizarmyn in search of treasure - and nothing is going right! Can Salem change the frog-wizard Todicus back to normal, or will they wind up on a Lizarmyn dinner table?! This dilemma is more than the pair can "digest," but they're determined to be removed from the menu! Originally published as Sabrina the Teenage Witch #102
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Full Color | 62 Screens | Issue 3 of 4 Written by Ian Flynn Art by Chad Thomas "Finders Keepers, Part Three" THE SALEM SAGA CONTINUES! Things have gone from bad to worse for young Salem and his scruffy Uncle Mort. The wizard Todicus has been restored, but that spells even more trouble for our heroes! It's a race against time as Salem and Mort try to escape the Lizarmyn army. The question is - does everyone make it out? The answer may surprise you!
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Full Screens | 67 Screens | Issue 4 of 4 SCRIPT: Ian Flynn ART: Chad Thomas "Finders - Keepers Part Four" Our look back at young Salem concludes in grand fashion! Our boy wizard must brave the dank caves and vicious Lizarymn to rescue his Uncle Mort from the evil wizard Todicus. Can Salem match up to Todicus's magic? Can he out-wit his leathery foe? Will the young wizard-in-training prevail in the most treacherous trial yet? There's only one way to find out - don't miss this fantas-magical finale!
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Meet Armand Jones, a typical boy from small town U.S.A. Doesn't like his teachers. Doesn't like homework. Can't stand the bullies constantly harassing him on the bus every day. But what he really won't like is getting ZAPT! Armand is about to be inducted into the ranks of the Pan-Galactic Order Of Police, where, like it or not, he'll have to save Alien Races and outwit marauding Space Pirates! And he'll still have to be home in time for dinner. Being a kid is about to get a lot harder!
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Take a tour through a most unusual zoo where a young informative girl called Zelda and her pet cat Meow work and play. But at this particular zoo all the animals are 'zombified'. And though the animals are dead they do still move around and need to be taken care of. A fun-filled tour that's not too scary and gives young readers tidbits of information on their favorite animals they might find at a zoo.
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Gavin Aung Than, an Australian graphic designer turned cartoonist, started the weekly Zen Pencils blog in February 2012. He describes his motivation for launching Zen Pencils: "I was working in the boring corporate graphic design industry for eight years before finally quitting at the end of 2011 to pursue my passion for illustration and cartooning. At my old job, when my boss wasn't looking, I would waste time reading Wikipedia pages, mainly biographies about people whose lives were a lot more interesting than mine. Their stories and quotes eventually inspired me to leave my job to focus on what I really wanted to do. The idea of taking these inspiring quotes, combining them with my love of drawing and sharing them with others led to the creation of Zen Pencils."   "Zen Pencils deftly blends the inspired thoughts of our great creative and moral thinkers with its own fresh visual wit. Because these work as pithy history lessons illuminating timeless human truths, it's no wonder Gavin's engaging comics go viral!" —Michael Cavna, Washington Post's Comic Riffs "Sometimes all it takes is a clear, original vision and a talented hand. Gavin Aung Than and his genius of Zen Pencils gives us that together, and so much more." -–Chris Hadfield, retired astronaut and former Commander of the International Space Station "If you read this book and don't get a lump in your throat and a stirring in your heart at least once, check your pulse. You're dead." —Philip Plait, The Bad Astronomer "Gavin has the amazing ability to make words and ideas come alive. He teaches, inspires, and brings a whole new level of creativity to the quotes that hold a special place in our hearts." —Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW Author of the No. 1 New York Times Bestseller, Daring Greatly "Zen Pencils is a visual demonstration of joy and courage. Buy it for inspiration, and keep it for regular reminders of living bigger." — Chris Guillebeau, New York Times Bestselling Author of The $100 Startup
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The second volume of Zen Pencils comics takes more of your favorite inspirational quotes and poetry and transforms them into heartwarming cartoon stories. Featuring quotes of revered minds including Isaac Asimov, Maya Angelou, Kahlil Gibran, Robert F. Kennedy, and William Shakespeare plus celebrities such as Amy Poehler, Jim Henson, and Kevin Smith, wise words are given a new lease on life through the medium of comics.
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From his throne high atop Mount Olympus, the mighty and powerful god Zeus reigned over ancient Greece with his fellow Olympians. Feared for his lightning bolt but loved for his compassion for humanity, Zeus presided over an era of peace and prosperity. But Zeus's ascension to power was violently contested. In fact, he claimed power for his own by waging a horrible war that threatened to destroy the entire world. And to make matters worse, he was opposed in this battle for all existence by none other than his own father. See how Zeus takes power for himself as he picks up his famous sword of storms for the first time and leads the rise of the Olympians!
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Teenagers are a lot like zombies--slow-moving, difficult to communicate with, and always, always hungry. Luckily, Zits Apocalypse is here to shed some light on the ups, downs, and in-betweens of parenting teens. Join the Duncan family--Connie, Walt, and Jeremy--as they grapple with modern technology, confront an endless sea of dirty laundry, and learn to bridge the cultural divide between parents and teenagers. Zits Apocalypse offers a light-hearted yet insightful look at the multifaceted lives of modern teens and their families, complemented with annotations from the creators. From financial trouble to the perils of young love, this collection broaches relevant and familiar topics with with, wit, humor, and affection.
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Sixteen-year-old Jeremy Duncan is a high school freshman and an aspiring musician. He daydreams about the day when his band, Goat Cheese Pizza, records their first monster hit single, and they all pile into his van for their cross-country, sold-out concert tour. Between naps, study hall and band practice, Jeremy still manages to find time to be the star of the hugely popular comic strip, Zits.
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What Was That All About? is the perfect celebration of Zits' twentieth anniversary! Always spot-on, sometimes chaotic, and often messy comic moments are immortalized by the true-to-life give and take between Jeremy and his often befuddled parents. Authors Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman have sifted through the highlights (and some lowlights!) over the life of the strip and have created a unique behind-the-scenes, insightful view into the history of Zits. They have selected their all-time favorite cartoons to fill the collection along with special features, including stories about: • How they met in Sedona, Arizona, and came up with the crazy idea of creating Zits • The teenagers in their own lives • Choosing the title Zits • Strips that newspapers declined to publish, or words they censored, etc. • Creating a Zits Sunday strip • Sucks, bites, and blows: staking out territory on the comic page • Fish paste and other reasons our kids don't want to travel with us anymore Excerpts from their sketchbooks will also be shown.This is the book every fan of Zits has ever wanted! 
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Camp Wanachompya is designed to teach young zombies how to survive the human apocalypse and Johnny has just been dropped off there, for the summer. It’s there that Johnny meets Sarge, the screaming, bodiless camp director. Between deadly obstacle courses, a human intruder, and a vegan, Johnny will have to fight to survive his first week at camp.
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When Johnny hears a rumor that Sarge's body is hidden somewhere in the forest outside the campground, he recruits Violet and some of the other campers to go on a mission to find out if it's true.
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When Johnny hears a rumor that Sarge's body is hidden somewhere in the forest outside the campground, he recruits Violet and some of the other campers to go on a mission to find out if it's true.
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Middle school is horrific enough for any 6th grader's first day. But for Bill Stokes, it's a festering, rotting, undead nightmare. Since Bill's deadbeat dad got arrested trying to burn the house down for the insurance, Mom's had to make ends meet by volunteering to various medical research companies for cash. Thankfully, Bill's still been able to train for is dream career: pro video gamer. So this would be all fine if Mom hadn't brought home a mysterious zombie virus! Now Bill has to deal with skin problems and body chemistry changes that make puberty look like a walk in the park!
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Not willing to let being a zombie spoil his dreams of pro-gamer stardom, Bill Stokes is all fired up to win against a visiting game champ. But he's got a trio of troubles threatening to ruin his chances: The class has a Thanksgiving trip to Camp Woodchunk that same weekend. He's got to take care of Froufou, the yappy (but yummy-smelling) poodle from next door. And his personal bully, Steve, has a whole new way to humiliate him: a one-man, live-recorded "game show" called Gross-eries! When Steve gets to run his little game during the whole class trip, Bill gets to be his unwilling star, and it's just about all his zombified nerves can stand!
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Despite being a zombie, Bill Stokes has become quite good at maintaining his mediocre grade point average, keeping a low profile, and gaining online notoriety as a top competitor in the pro-gaming world. But now, Bill's dad is back! Released on legal technicalities from his insurance fraud sentence, Dad's out to get even with Mom and Bill for exposing his schemes! How is Bill going to keep his and Mom's zombie-ness from being revealed to the world?
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In order to cut costs, the Zoo decided it would be a good idea to have the animals run their IT department and website.
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