Best children comics & graphic novels according to redditors

We found 532 Reddit comments discussing the best children comics & graphic novels. We ranked the 198 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/middenway · 86 pointsr/TheLastAirbender

1. The Promise

2. The Search

3. The Rift

4. Smoke and Shadow

5. North and South

Initially they're released in three parts as digest-sized books. Later, all three parts are collected together in larger hardcover library editions (which is what I've linked to above).

The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars kicks off in July.

u/superE9 · 68 pointsr/NoahGetTheBoat
u/nZambi · 66 pointsr/todayilearned

The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck by Don Rosa

This is just the first chapter, you can find the whole book in the Amazon link below.

It tells the story of Scrooge from his early life leading up to his older days which he is more known by.

This is easily my favourite story by Don Rosa. And it's a whole book! I always read it when I'm home on holidays.

As /u/ITHICmeaningstone pointed out; Supporting Don Rosa might be better then getting free copies online. So here it is on Amazon.

Paperback version cheaper alternative then the hard cover.


I retract my previous statement as it appears you can almost only buy it used from Amazon. Thus I sadly believe they are out of production. Someone may correct me if I'm wrong. There are some PDF's floating around the Internet though.

u/FabulousSecretP0wers · 41 pointsr/adventuretime

The Adventure Time comics by KaBOOM Studios. They're written by the same guy that does Dinosaur Comics. This is the first volume, which has the first story arch in it which I believe is the first four issues You can buy the individual ones too of course. There are 31 issues thus far.

I've said in this sub before that they're amazing many times, but I won't stop heh.

For the Fiona and Cake fans, of which there certainly are many, there's a spinoff written by Natasha Allegri

There's also a spinoff with Marceline, her band and Princess Bubblegum.

u/ColonelAngusss · 23 pointsr/DCcomics
u/HairyOreoFilling · 20 pointsr/CringeAnarchy

No, It can get worse.

u/iiDP9 · 18 pointsr/ComedyCemetery

The only thing left is the book about Minecraft Steve Farting, Called "Stinky Steve.

u/TheKiltedStranger · 17 pointsr/comicbooks

The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck is, hands down, the greatest Graphic Novel of All Time.

You like continuity? Scrooge McDuck has ALL the continuity. The author has an anal-retentive attention to detail that I would put on par with that of someone like Alan Moore. The art is great, in spite of the fact that everyone is a talking animal.

As for the book... Scrooge has met nearly everyone famous who lived between, say, 1850 and 1950 (pullin' those dates out of my butt, but they sound right). But what we have in this 12-issue series is how the richest duck in history became a jaded, miserly, unhappy gojillionaire... before he had some family dropped on his lap that brought him back into the world, which is where he is in his first appearance in the comics. But this book starts happy, how this kid worked hard for every (Edit, this SHOULD say) dime he owns, against ridiculous odds, versus swindlers and thieves and nature itself, and he triumphed through force of will alone... and then you see him start to succumb to greed as soon as he begins to succeed.

Seriously. You don't need to know anything about Scrooge McDuck to read and appreciate this series, and I cannot recommend it enough.

u/VegettoEX · 15 pointsr/dbz

Jaco the Galalctic Patrolman was an 11-chapter manga, written/illustrated by Akira Toriyama, serialized in 2013 in Weekly Shonen Jump both in Japan and America/internationally (in English by Viz). It received a collected release in Japan in 2014, and earlier this year in America from Viz (print/digital).

Shueisha hyped it ahead of time, somewhat spoiling things, as the "shocking revival of Dragon Ball".

Without ACTUALLY spoiling things for you: it's a wonderful comedy series that works beautifully on its own and provides a rather perfect lead-in to Dragon Ball.

Then it got a bonus chapter in its collected release, "Dragon Ball Minus," which may be one of the most derided pieces of Dragon Ball content in decades.

Funny how that works.

You can purchase the print edition from a variety of places (like Amazon), or the digital edition also from a variety of places (like Amazon or directly from Viz themselves).

u/erisestarrs · 14 pointsr/actuallesbians

Am assuming you mean the Amazon link, here you go!

u/SimHuman · 13 pointsr/badwomensanatomy

"Most manga is of a sexual nature" is an enormous overreach. It might be disproportionately represented by English-language internet anime fanboys, but that doesn't reflect the state of manga in Japan. Manga is read widely in Japan, including young children. Some of the manga I've been reading lately include Chi's Sweet Home, a comedy manga about a kitten and her family; Yotsuba&!, a completely wholesome manga about a kindergartener; and a lot of manga based on Pokemon, which are as family-friendly as the Pokemon cartoon that's aired for children for decades.

I'm not defending the sexually exploitative nature of the many manga that are, but saying all manga is sexualized is as absurd as saying most video games are hyper-violent murder-sprees. M rated games exist, but most people play Mario, Pokemon, sports games, etc. Hypersexualized manga exist, but most Japanese people read non-sexual manga like Doraemon and Astro Boy.

Take a look at the historically highest-selling manga in Japan; most of the biggest contain little to no sexual content:

u/Gold_Jacobson · 12 pointsr/dbz

He is the main character of Akira Toriyama's recent short comedy manga: "Jaco the Galactic Patrolman." It's a funny story that takes place in the DB universe.

The manga he starts in takes place before Dragonball begins. And it appears that he returns to earth to star in this movie.

I recently just bought it off amazon. It's a fun read.

u/laxstripper88 · 11 pointsr/Spiderman

Here's what I would suggest you do. Go buy the Ultimate Spider-Man graphic novels. Here's the first one: Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 1: Power and Responsibility

That graphic novel is issues #1-7. There's also an 'ultimate collection' that collect 1-13 or the omnibus that collects 1-39. So depending on how much you want to spend you can go any route. Ultimate Spider-Man is a great place to start because it doesn't have a ton of back issues from back in the 60's. All Issues.

Or... You can check out marvels monthly subscription service. It has a monthly fee and you can digitally read all the comics they have available, which is a lot and they are always adding more.

Finally no one should EVER put you down for your ignorance to comics since there are not enough people who are into comics. Anyone who is new to comics and feigns any interest should be treated with absolute respect and have all questions answered no matter how silly they may seem. I love it when people as questions!

u/RulerOfSlides · 11 pointsr/CringeAnarchy
u/SubHomesickAlien · 10 pointsr/adventuretime

On Amazon, it says it will be available on November 6.

I just googled it and this came out:

u/Real_Mr_Foobar · 9 pointsr/japanese

NHK Easy Web is perfect for starting out. I've always recommended it for learning kana in context, when repetitive writing of them doesn't seem to help memorize them. Plus easy kanji in context, and easy and simple enough sentences. A bit rough going at first, but you do what you can, and you'll likely get the overall sense of the article.

I also like the Japanese Reader Collection and Yotsuba&! are also excellent and easy enough. Just take your time with them, you'll learn a lot. A little light manga never hurts.

I'd love to recommend the Japanese Graded Reader, and do, but they're kind of pricy for what you get. If you have some spare cash, these are worth it.

u/gibbking · 9 pointsr/DCcomics

I'm about to find this out. My little guy is 3 and I just bought both volumes of Lil' Gotham to try him out on. I also picked up the first book of Dragons:Riders of Berk based on the how to train your dragon movies for him. I'll let you know how he ends up liking them.

To this point though I'm collecting the series I've enjoyed the most and on a few getting floppies and on a few others getting tpb's. I'm always on the lookout for things that are age appropriate for him and are rooted in the main two superhero worlds since he already says Batman is his favorite.

u/centipededamascus · 9 pointsr/comicbooks

There's definitely comics out there for kids between 10 and 12. Here's some books I recommend:

u/Flaaarp · 9 pointsr/stevenuniverse
u/MagicAbleHero · 7 pointsr/DCcomics
u/mcs385 · 7 pointsr/actuallesbians

Yeah, it looks like it's a leaked image from the upcoming Turf Wars comic series.

u/Fafnesbane · 7 pointsr/comicbooks

Warning! Long-as-shit recommendation post incoming!


There are several ones published by Marvel, haven't read any but my friend, whose a big Halo fan liked Halo: Blood line by Fred Van Lente

Mass Effect:

These are all written by Mac Walters, the lead writer of Mass Effect 3

  • Mass effect: Redemption Liara tries to find Shepard body, set between the intro of ME2 and when Shepard wakes up in the Cerberus Lab.

  • Mass Effect: Evolution The origins of the Illusive Man, set during the first contact war.

  • Mass Effect: Invasion Aria defends Omega against husks and Cerberus, explains why she's on the citadel and sets the Stage for the Omega DLC

  • Mass Effect: Blasto: Eternity is Forever The most glorious of all comic books.

    Star Wars:

  • Star Wars by Brian Wood and Carlos D'Anda, set directly after Ep IV, the first TPB isn't out yet, go pick it up in floppies.

  • Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi set waay back in the time-line, before Star Wars: KOTOR and Old Republic, focuses on the discovery of the Sith species among other things.

  • Star Wars: Dark Empire and Empire's end set after the movies, features the return of a character, Don't want to spoil who it is. Sets the stage for Crimson Empire.

  • Star Wars: Crimson Empire I,II,III (there's a collected version with all three), Follows the last Imperial Guardsman(the dudes in red armor) on his quest to bring the traitors of the Empire to justice

  • Star Wars Legacy I, Star Wars: Legacy II just got started and it's been really good so far. Set 130 years after the movies, I follows Cade Skywalker and him coming to terms with his legacy. II follows Ania Solo, who's not force-sensitive, who has to deal with finding a lightsaber and being hunted by Imperial Knights(Imperial Jedi).

  • Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, set before the video game, follows Zayne Carrick after he's been accused of murdering his fellow Padawans. No worth reading after the main plot ends.

  • Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi, starts with the founding of the Jeda'ii order and first contact with the Rakata's Infinite Empire and their Force Hounds, The Next arc will be the Force Wars(the first schism between the light and the Dark side)

    They have 25$ omnibii for most of the series they've made, except for the new Legacy, Star Wars by Brian Wood and Dawn of the Jedi.

    Lighthearted books:

  • Adventure Time by Ryan North with art by Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb.

  • Plants vs. Zombies: Lawnmageddon by Paul Tobin and Ron Chan a digital series on Dark Horse Digital, will be collected into a Hardcover eventually.


  • Saga by Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples, two lover are hunted across the galaxy by bounty hunters and military police. It's also weeeeeeiiiiird and at times disgusting.

    There are also several Firefly/Serenity comics if that your thing, they are all good.

  • Spiderman

    The best place to start is the current Superior Spider-man, Which stars a slightly different Peter Parker

  • Batman:

  • Batman By Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, it's batman bringing justice to the superstitious and cowardly lot that is criminals, there really isn't more to it.

  • Batman Beyond it's a digital series on and other digital comics sites.

    Stuff with Vikings:

  • Northlanders by Brian wood.

    Other Recommendations:

  • Hellboy by Mike Mignola

  • B.P.R.D. by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, Scott Allie and various artists

  • Francesco Francavilla's The Black Beetle(HC isn't out yet added digital bundle link)

  • Mind MGMT by Matt Kindt

    Also Check out the sidebar's ''Where to Start reading'' section -------------->

    EDIT: cleaned up a bit.

    EDIT 2: Links, added links to digital version where I couldn't find floppies or HC/TPB that had come out yet. Reading Digital comics on a Tablet is recommended. Dark Horse has their own app, and Comixology has most publishers except Dark Horse and some smaller ones.
u/Hector_Kur · 7 pointsr/mylittlepony

>We drove out that... maniac Chrysalis, but she may be back someday.

She was. There was a four-part miniseries about it. Twilight expertly kicked her flank.

u/kirbizia · 7 pointsr/4chan
u/cikmatt · 6 pointsr/gaming

All you people excited for the game:

Scrooge McDuck and the Duck stories in general are wildly, incredibly, money-bin crushingly popular overseas and in Europe. Americans just don't have the same love for Carl Barks and Don Rosa's stories as the rest of the world. If you can, go out and find yourself/torrent/whatever a copy of The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck and you'll understand what I mean.

u/DavidHJ · 6 pointsr/comicbooks

Is she set on superheroes? Friends With Boys by Faith Erin Hicks is all ages, stars a badass girl as the main character, and is an all-around fun read. You might enjoy reading it too.

Tiny Titans is a safe bet for kids of all genders, featuring superhero action by boys and girls both in what's just a fun comic for kids.

u/Rynelan · 6 pointsr/zelda

Think I found it.

I'll wait with the order, there is a big chance that that friend of mine bought me a few :P

u/ronso · 6 pointsr/zelda
u/JustinKBrown · 6 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Tigertemprr · 6 pointsr/Marvel

Marvel comics:

u/PapaNachos · 6 pointsr/mylittlepony

I recommend getting the volumes because they're MUCH easier to track down.

u/ewokskick · 6 pointsr/comicbooks

Here are some good values in comics to think about:

  • X Statix Omnibus - Approx $45 dollars so you'll be paying roughly a dollar an issue for a really nice hardcover book. Most importantly the Mike Allred's pop-art style is beautiful and Peter Milligans writing is amazing. This is a book about celebrity and comics. It manages to both be very cynical, but also have great sincere moments. The collection includes the entire run so if you are a competitionist reader I imagine that is appealing also.

  • Ultimate Spider-man - This recommendation only works if you are willing to read used books. However, if you are, you can find these volumes used for dirt cheap. You can get volume 1 for 6 bucks and volume 2 for 60 cents. This is the most popular book of the "ultimate" line and really holds up. I think it is the best spider-man book of the last decade.

  • Runaways (digests) - Everyone loves this series. If you've read and not liked it, you might be a bad person. Volume 1, Volume 2, and Volume 3 are available for 5 bucks each. The story follows a group of teenagers who find out their parents are the villains. It is really interesting and those first 3 volumes make up a really satisfying story arc. Note: the digest versions are smaller than a normal trade paper back or graphic novel which is a part of why they are so fairly priced.

  • Hawkeye - This is my favorite mainstream superhero comic. It is brilliant and fun and funny and emotional and experimental. The story follows hawkeye when he is not an Avenger. You can get Volume 1 and Volume 2 for less than ten dollars a piece.

  • King City - Don't love superheroes? Just want to read something different? Check out King City. This volume just won and eisner and is written/illustrated by the brilliant Brandon Graham. The story follows a catmaster who is kind of like a magician whose power is to manipulate his cat into various tools. It is pretty adorable and the characters are sincere and thoughtful without being overbearing. Plus it is only 11 dollars for 400 great comic pages.

  • Rex Mundi - These omnibuses are criminally inexpensive. The first and second one are only 14 bucks each. This is an often overlooked book, but it is completely brilliant. The story is an alternate history/religious intrigue story set in world slightly like our own except with more secret societies and the existence of some divine magics. The book reads sort like a good version of The DaVinci code with more grand politics. you can read the first chapter to check it out before you buy it

    I hope some of these recommendations help. Enjoy the books you pick up with your money.
u/utilitybelt · 5 pointsr/Marvel

I don't think there's any solo stuff so far (although I'd love to see her get a series of her own sometime, even a mini would be neat).
Really Rescue's "origin story," all that comes after and the sacrifices she's asked to make to help Tony are a fantastic read.

And if you pick up the collections, either the omnibuses or the trades, they have inserts in them that explain things you might have missed out on if you weren't following Secret Invasion, Siege, etc.

Invincible Iron Man:

The Five Nightmares (#1-7)

World's Most Wanted (#8-19)

Stark: Disassembled (#20-24)

Stark Resilient (#25-33)

Easiest and cheapest way by far to get all 33 issues is the omnibus collections:

Omnibus 1

Omnibus 2

Edit: ColdFury96 pointed out below Rescue has gotten a one-shot comic. I haven't read it yet so I can't recommend it myself, but it's by Kelly Sue DeConnick so I'm sure it's good.

u/couch-tomato · 5 pointsr/lifeisstrange

Yes, 'Turf Wars' continues immediately after they go to the spirit world. The first graphic novel volume was just released. You can find it at Amazon here.

u/Navira · 5 pointsr/mylittlepony

There are official comics, yeah. There's an ongoing series featuring story arcs that are about 4 issues in length (currently on the second arc, issue 8 is due out soon) and a few one-shots featuring an individual character, of which there are currently 4 of, with more coming.

You can find digital copies of everything here.

If you prefer physical copies, you can check your local comic shop, or pick up the newly released trade paperback that contains the first four issues at sites like amazon. Link

u/Inimbos · 5 pointsr/DDLC

intense sweating
Oh shit
looking through book bag

u/CorruptedEvil · 4 pointsr/comicbooks
u/Crash_Recovery · 4 pointsr/comicbooks


I'm a huge Batman fan too, but I know I'd want something with tamer content depending on my kid's age.

Batman Lil' Gotham is a great all-ages Batman book. It's more light hearted but very well done. This book could be read to him at pretty much any age.

This Batman Animated Series is great for grade school and up. Stories are along the lines of the show, entertaining but not graphic.

Batman/Superman Vol 1 is a great story of Batman and Superman against some of their biggest enemies. A little stronger (Superman gets shot and bleeds) but nothing too crazy.

u/FakeDjinn · 4 pointsr/zelda

You mean this? The GBP price is a bit higher (thanks, brexit voters!) but that's still not a bad deal!

u/Varrick2016 · 4 pointsr/TheLastAirbender
u/Prezombie · 4 pointsr/adventuretime

Actually, if you're in the UK/EU, shipping is free/reasonable, and the first TPB is at a very nice price.

A few more months until it's released though. (it comes out on my birthday! Mathmatical!)

u/mistaketheory · 4 pointsr/comicbooks
u/berktree · 4 pointsr/stevenuniverse

The original run of comics (by Jeremy Sorese and Coleman Engle) ran for 8 issues. They are compiled in these TPBs: Vol 1 Vol 2

There was also a Greg Universe one-shot in the same series (probably my favorite of all the comics). That's available here

The more recent series, Steven Universe and the Crystal Gems, ran for 4 issues. They aren't available in a volume yet, only individual issues. Issue 1 is here, and this is the upcoming paperback.

There's also a standalone graphic novel.

u/ItsGotHeart · 4 pointsr/stevenuniverse

It was a bit under $50 with tax and free shipping from Amazon. Here are the titles:

The Answer

Guide to the Crystal Gems

Too Cool for School

Steven Universe Vol. 1

Steven Universe Vol. 2

u/andtheniwastrees · 4 pointsr/mylittlepony

For physicals I think the cheapest way is to buy them by volume. Volume 2 comes out in month. I tried to buy them physically and individually as they released but that proved to be very very costly on the shipping side. Also I would always find a new cooler cover a month later and have a little buyer's remorse. Digital copies are nice since you don't have to pay for shipping, and you get a scan of every page so it's the same thing just less tangible. Though I've read that the comic creators don't receive compensation through digial sales. Some kinda loophole. But ya know, no shipping costs. And as for free well yayponies posts the comics a day or so after they release. And there's always a comic thread on /mlp/ that dumps the comics and usually contains up to date information on future releases.

u/kyrie-eleison · 3 pointsr/comicbooks

Mark Waid followed Morrison and it was a grand ol' time. Joe Kelly followed Waid and it was pretty damn good.

u/indialydia · 3 pointsr/Parenting

My cousins love the Tiny Titans comic book series, and while I've never read them they are listed as preschool level. There do seem to be a fair amount of female superheroes present though I don't know that it's exclusively focused on them. There is a Marvel equivalent (Mini Marvels), but I'm also not sure how girl-focused those are. Still, good beginning comics for young kids.

u/untitledthegreat · 3 pointsr/DCcomics

DC really kills it with their animation, and you can't really go wrong with most of their animated films. If you like Batman, you'll probably love his animated films. Also, you should check out the DC Showcase shorts. These shorts feature B and C listers in smaller "street level" adventures.

Young Justice also has tie-in comics that are in the continuity of the show. If you're liking the show, you'll probably enjoying reading these alongside it.

u/ellohir · 3 pointsr/youngjustice

For me, it depends on every "leak". If it's a turkish translation that was already shown on TV, it's not really a leak... It's just that the US channel is messing with the airdates again. But if it's leaked by some darker ways, that's just VERY WRONG.

Anyway, I don't really mind as YJ is not being translated to spanish nor french AFAIK so I'll watch it on English on US airdate.

PS: If you'd like to support the show, Amazon has the Volume One of the comic and it's quite a nice price:

Also you can see the show online on Amazon too:

u/This_years_villain · 3 pointsr/youngjustice

Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4

EDIT: I don't think they are well collected/advertised because they are comics for a previously canceled TV show. The Young Justice Wiki has pages on each volume though and links to DCComics & Amazon. Best resource:
Best hope is either Kindle & comiXology, maybe DC will collect them all before season 3 though.

u/mhacdebhandia · 3 pointsr/youngjustice

This is the trade paperback collecting the first few issues, and I'm pretty sure it includes all the issues up to #6.

u/notTeeJay · 3 pointsr/batman

Don't be put off by how dark some Batman stories are. They make Batman comics for all age demographics nowadays. Here's a link to help get you started.

u/mak9377 · 3 pointsr/zelda

They are from :P Here is a link(no pun intended) for you.

u/NickyXIII · 3 pointsr/zelda

I recently bought the box set of the Manga. I've only read the two Ocarina of Time books, but he isn't a snarky wiseguy in those. Far from it, in fact. There are moments where he has a playful rivalry with Mido, but that is as close as it gets.

Edit: Also, if you like retellings with differences in plot points (mainly, if you can divorce yourself from the original) and you enjoy manga, I would recommend picking them up. I'm not a huge manga person and I'm sure that there are better manga out there, but I enjoyed the ones I have read so far.

An example of needing to divorce yourself: Volvagia is purchased by Link as a child in Hyrule Market, and subsequently set free. Link then has to make the tough choice to kill Volvagia in the fire temple because he has been cursed

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/zelda

I got my set from Amazon.

u/KaboomKrusader · 3 pointsr/dbz

You know that Jaco first appeared in his own Jaco the Galactic Patrolman manga before he showed up in Resurrection F and Super, right? I strongly suggest reading it sometime. You can get the entire one-volume story for well under $10 on Amazon.

u/Moxypony · 3 pointsr/TheLastAirbender

When you do a post liike this you really ought to include the link.

The comic is scheduled for release on June 20 and is available for preorder on Amazon.

u/All_Individuals · 3 pointsr/SubredditDrama

The LoK comic came out like three weeks ago. You can get it here!

u/vegetaman3113 · 3 pointsr/comicbooks

Is the paperback the comic? I'm not sure if it has the artwork, or if it is just a regular book. This is the one I'm talking about.

u/ThatIsMyHat · 3 pointsr/mylittlepony

They come in trade paperbacks. Each one has four issues. Here's the first one.

u/gbeaudette · 3 pointsr/mylittlepony

I hate buying issues. Trades are the way to go for my money.

u/SirDerick · 3 pointsr/mylittlepony

So far there's 3 arcs. each spanning 4 comics. You can get the first 4 in a bundle right now at amazon It's gonna be a while for volume 2 to be released, so you can get the individual comics at

There's also a micro series, you can get those in a bundle as well. So far they've released twilight, rainbow dash, rarity and futtershy.

You can also buy digital versions on itunes, I have a few but I've rebuying them with the bundle, the paper version is just so much better.

u/Aidinthel · 3 pointsr/mylittlepony

There are three MLP comic series, and there are indeed trade paperbacks, though obviously not all the issues of ongoing series have been collected yet. It's a good idea to read the main series in order, but doesn't really matter for the others.

The main series, simply titled "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" has story arcs of either 2 or 4 issues. With a few exceptions, they are mostly very high quality (Katie Cook and Andy Price are very good at their jobs).

The "micro series" (collected under the title "Pony Tales") featured one-shot issues focusing on individual characters. Quality-wise, they tended to be a bit hit-or-miss. It is now completed.

After the micro series finished, a new side series called "Friends Forever" started, focusing on the relationship between a pair of characters. The first issue wasn't great, but I've liked all the others so far.

u/abidingyawn · 3 pointsr/comicbooks

I have a friend with an 8 year old daughter. Can speak from experience that she's addicted to these:

Phoebe and her unicorn

My Little pony comics


u/sirms · 3 pointsr/mylittlepony

I got it from here for $11 you get 4 comics in one. It's great.

u/mediumdeviation · 3 pointsr/mylittlepony

Grab the upcoming omnibus
collecting 12 issues for a very low price (assuming your friend's
birthday is after the publication date of November 4, that is).
Otherwise you have to get the comics volume by volume, which is rather
more expensive (these trade paperbacks are more expensive than average,
but they do use slightly better paper, and there's glitter on the

> for someone who doesn't watch the

Might have a problem there, because the comics do assume
knowledge of the show. Volume 1 is the return of Queen Chrysalis, and
Volume 2 is about Nightmarity. You might want to get Pony Tales vol. 1
and 2 instead, which are collection of one-shots that require less
background knowledge. I personally recommend volume
the four issue (CMC, Celestia, Spike and Luna) it collects are better
than the Mane 6 ones in volume 1 (Fluttershy and Twlight's issue were

u/Takakuma · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Before I get to the list, I'll mention that it may not seem like I'm super active, but I was away from the sub for a week or so, but if you look into my posts from before that, you'll see I'm pretty active. :)

1.) Something that is blue. - I mean, it's literally blue.

2.) Something that says summer. - What says summer better than SURFING!?

3.) Something food related that is unusual. - It's a Kit Kat. But it's GREEN TEA flavored!

4.) Something you want to gift to someone else, and tell me why. - I've been trying to get /u/quickwittedslowpoke to buy this manga because it's awesome, but she hasn't yet. I really want her to read it!

5.) A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it! - Shameless shilling. My friend wrote this book and I want him to become famous! :D

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related! - I don't really have a great reason for this, it was just on my mind because I had considered getting it as a gag gift for my uncle's birthday since his lucky number is 113 and that Pokemon is #113, but I didn't end up doing it since it wouldn't have arrived by his birthday (which already passed).

7.) Something related to dogs. - I have no idea what GSD is, sorry D:

8.) Something that is not useful, but so awesome you must have it. - It's literally just a statue. It doesn't do anything but look cute. But she's one of my favorite characters :D

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why? - This is one of the best Anime films of all time. Even if you're not into anime, I still highly recommend it. It has won COUNTLESS awards already. It's a pretty big deal in the anime community. It's got a great plot and it's so sad that if you don't cry, you have no soul.

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain. - Zombies can't swim. Foolproof plan. They'll eventually decay in the sun and all die within a few days, and you'll be out on your cool ass boat, safe from the chaos.

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals. - I know it seems a little silly, but I'm trying to learn to cook better, and I just don't really have very good cooking tools...

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items. - Fun fact: I obsessively clean my ears. :I

13.) Something fandom related. - It's three fandoms in one! Super Smash Bros, Nintendo and Final Fantasy! :D

14.) Something ridiculously priced, more than $10,000. They exist, y’all. - Because it's eleven times what you asked :)

15.) Something with sharks or unicorns. - It was actually pretty decent.

16.) Something that smells wonderful. - At least I think it does. Needs lots of sugar though lol

17.) A toy that you wanted or had when you were a child that was the best ever, or (if it’s not on amazon) a toy that you think is pretty cool now - Does this count? I had the original back in the 80s/90s, and this is a new model with packed in games. But yeah, this shit was my childhood!

18.) Something that would be helpful for writers. - I mean, really, what're you gonna do with unsharpened pencils?

19.) Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be. - The Precure anime franchise is one of my guilty pleasures, and this character, Cure Peace, is my favorite character in the series! :D

20.) Something that is just so random and weird that it makes you laugh. - Because why the fuck not?

u/KorStonesword · 2 pointsr/yotsuba

Well you can buy the volumes off amazon (with Kindle versions available), if that helps. They're relatively inexpensive.

u/changesaccountsoften · 2 pointsr/AnimeDeals

Yotsuba&! price-matched on amazon.

u/mpchop · 2 pointsr/comicbooks

There’s an Omnibus that has issues 20-33.

There’s only left though, best of luck.

Invincible Iron Man Omnibus, Vol. 2

u/DementiaPrime · 2 pointsr/DCcomics

Well Morrison's run tends to over shadow Waid's and Kelly's runs on the title and why DC tends to keep putting Morrison's run in different trades, but Waid's run was also really good and though Kelly's wasn't as strong all the way through; Obsidian age and Trial by Fire were really good arcs. The Trial by Fire even only goes up to 89 so they don't collect Kelly's last JLA issue that was a stand alone story to serve as a end cap to his run.

u/alchemist5 · 2 pointsr/youngjustice
u/gingergeek · 2 pointsr/comicbooks

Ok, here we go :)

Tiny Titans (DC) - funny and awesome, lots of jokes

All New Batman: Brave and the Bold (DC cartoon tie in) - action and humour

Young Justice (DC cartoon tie in) - more superhero actiony

Young Justice - there's an older series by this name as well with Superboy, Robin, Impulse, Wonder Girl, Arrowette and the Secret that's good too.

Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade - great for his age group and fun

The Legion of Superheroes in the 31st Century (DC) - superhero group set in the DC future

Ultimate Spider-man (Marvel) - this is really good and you can either start waaaay back at the beginning or start with the new Miles Morales spidey.

Non-Superhero books that are good options too:

Bone (Scholastic) - fantasy, adventure, humour, a classic that's been completed

Amulet (Scholastic) - fantasy, adventure, still being written (I think)

Tin Tin - a classic and you can get the ones the movie is based on. There will be more movies too, so lots to tie into. Some action, adventure, detective type stories.

Edit: formatting

u/Rooski8515 · 2 pointsr/comicbooks

Batman: Lil' Gotham

Also, silver age stuff would work. I just read an issue where the narrative read something like, "And where does every hero go when they have a puzzle to solve? To the public library!"

u/blackmoon918 · 2 pointsr/zelda

If it's the manga you're looking for,

If it's the original Legend of Zelda comic you're looking for (based on the first two games), they've been out of print since 1993. (I'm guessing this may be the one you're looking for based on the number of volumes that were released). eBay and similar sites would be the best way of collecting them.

u/dat_face · 2 pointsr/zelda

I'm surprised you don't have the Manga comics...

u/GoshDarnBatman · 2 pointsr/zelda

If you're interested in more, there's a box set of ten books.

u/dvdmovies123 · 2 pointsr/manga
u/abcdefghjlm · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Would something like this work (I'm sure you could buy them one at a time. It says the reading level is 8 and up but if he doesn't like reading then I'm not sure what level he would be at)

u/PotatoRain · 2 pointsr/retrogameswap

Sorry, but it's only 47 new on amazon.

u/wiseteria · 2 pointsr/manga

So according to mangaupdates it's not completely translated.

Most likely because VIZ Media licensed it.

You can get the whole thing really cheap online (~$10):



RightStuf Currently they have at least 33% off all Viz titles so now's a great time.

IMO you might as well pick it up if you like Dragon Ball. It's really not that expensive and probably no one will pick it back up to translate it. Maybe after the group translating Dr. Slump is done with it, they might do it, but it's not very likely.

u/j9162 · 2 pointsr/legendofkorra

Sure! So for ATLA there are a series of trilogy stories. Their order is:

The Promise (3 parts, 2012)

The Search (3 parts, 2013)

The Rift (3 parts, 2014)

Smoke and Shadow (3 parts, 2015–16)

North and South (3 parts, 2016–17)

Imbalance (3 parts, 2018–19).

They all take place after the show and were made by and in connection with the creators. They're canon and some later ones reference earlier ones so be sure to read in the chronological order. There's also two anthology series that contain short stories from during the show. "The Lost Adventures" and "Team Avatar Tales."

For Korra there's only two so far:

Turf Wars (3 parts, 2017-18)

Ruins of the Empire (2019-20).

You can buy all of these on Amazon and in many cases you can find them at your local bookstore or library. They are available either in three smaller separate softcover parts or one combined hardcover. I personally bought them all as they came out and have the three individual softcover parts for each trilogy. Three separate covers that way too. Some of them are old enough now that the hardcover might be cheaper or on sale though so you might choose that.

"The Search" part 1 softcover is available here or "The Search" Hardcover part 1-3 is available on sale here.

"Turf Wars" part 1 softcover is available here or "Turf Wars" Hardcover part 1-3 is available on sale here.

You can find the rest of them on Amazon when you get to them too. Have fun!!

u/proper_lofi · 2 pointsr/yuri_jp


u/alireyns · 2 pointsr/baduk

you can find them all over amazon :) just search “Hikaru no Go manga” and they should come up. The anime, I’m quite sure, is based on the manga. See the link below for Vol 1:

u/ricctp6 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Fun, thanks for hosting the scavenger hunt!

  1. Something Blue: These journals are so beautiful, and I just thought I would start the scavenger hunt out with something simple and beautiful. Is that too corny of a reason to put them on here?
  2. Summer: Summer reminds me that I will soon be in a place with sun constantly radiating down and burning my retinas. We're all gonna need some sunglasses.
  3. Unusual Food-Related Item: Kawaii Squishies are super cute, smell like freshly baked bread (or cream soda), and are shaped like foods! I had a lot of wiggle room with this category, and while I have tons of things about food in my WLs, I just think these are great to pass out to stressed friends, as well.
  4. Gift Someone Else: A Bidet for the Fiancé Kind of a silly one, but my fiancé loves bidets. I've always wanted to get him one, and so this is my ultimate "I love you" gift for him. I actually thought about getting it for him and calling it his engagement ring, in response to the one he just got me. Do you think it would make him laugh?
  5. Book!: The book Lab Girl by Hope Jahren has gotten a lot of great press, and it seems very relevant to any woman in a demanding science-related field. I think it would be an interesting, and hopefully inspiring, read.
  6. Less Than a 1$: Somehow this shampoo brush is only $.01? Is that real?
  7. Related to Dogs: I haven't owned a dog since my family's golden retriever, Max. He was such a wonderful light in our house, and I think about him a lot. I know that GSD are really smart, so I figured I'd put something a smart-alecky GSD owner might have on here. ;)
  8. Not Useful, But Awesome: I really love oracle cards. I find that they sort of get me past challenges that maybe I'm too stubborn to see for myself. I think they are a good psychological tool, but I also know most people would find them less than useful. Therefore, they are mostly just awesome, and I want them.
  9. Great Movie: I get some flak for it, but my favorite movie of all time is Coraline. I think it is just so thought-provoking and the animation is beautiful. It really has a special place in my heart.
  10. Zombies Attack!: Weirdly enough, I am in the process of creating an emergency plan and some bugout bags for my fiancé and I. It's more of a hobby than worry, but I always thought a couple of these matches would come in handy when the hammer drops.
  11. Life Goals: This one might require a little explanation. So, I just quit my career as an archaeologist to become a creative writer, and my fiancé just quit his archaeology career to become an illustrator. Together we are writing some children's books, creating a comic book series, and hosting a podcast. It has come to our attention that these endeavors require social media presence (something neither of us are very good at). Through our bumbling around, we've found that our pictures are turning out less-than-great for social media, and the problem is lighting. I think this lightbox really neat for anyone who wants to make their pictures look professional on social media.
  12. Add-Ons: Makeup Remover Cloths These are so useful, I thought about even adding them to the Zombie Apocalypse part of the Scavenger Hunt! I sometimes forget to take care of my skin. So I started leaving one of these by my nightstand just for those times when I'm too lazy (or drunk) to take my makeup off. They are lifesavers!
  13. Fandom Related: Adventure Time, come on grab your friends.... No explanation needed really. AT is amazing, and I'm sad the series is ending, but we will always have the comics!
  14. Ridiculously Priced: Okay, let's chat. This watch is over $200,000 and has 4 reveiws? 4 people bought this? Why?! If I was that rich, I'd hole up in my cool-ass movie theater and eat caviar all day. Who needs a watch for that?
  15. Shark or Unicorn: This unicorn color-changing light is on my wishlist. I want it so badly, but have no idea where I would put it. The bathroom maybe? It has to be somewhere that won't get in the way of all my other unicorn stuff. I like when people just happily stop upon a unicorn in the apartment. When they're peeing is a good time, right?
  16. Smells Great: These candles are the scents of a coffee shop and so I know everyone in my house would feel warm and welcome right when they walk in once they are lit. These are actually three of my favorite scents, so you can probably tell that I have a slight coffee-related addiction.
  17. Toy: Dixit is an amazing game. Like...I don't know how to describe it. A bunch of cards with illustrations on them need to be described by the players, and then everyone votes on which description they like the best (blindly vote). It's just a wonderful game for inspiration, and you can make it as complicated or as simple as you'd like. I really enjoy playing it with both my friends and family.
  18. Helpful for Writers: An Imaginative Workbook! I think one of the biggest things writers forget how to do is play! We spend so much time in our universe, trying to make it perfect, that sometimes we forget to just let go and have our imaginations run wild. I think workbooks like the one I just linked are perfect for when writer's block hits, or when we need a pick-me-up to remember why we started writing in the first place.
  19. Current Obsession: My current obsession has become learning how to play the ukulele. I heard on a couple of podcasts that it really boosted some people's happiness, especially if they loved music, but didn't feel like they had the time to learn to play a new instrument. I have been borrowing my neighbor's, but since I am moving soon, I've decided to purchase one from Amazon. They have tons of ukuleles on there, weirdly.
  20. Makes You Laugh: As a person who loves Wes Anderson films this coffee table book always makes me laugh.

    Edit: Finished! I love scavenger hunts; it always reminds me what a weirdo I am.
u/heyredridinghood · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy birthday? Are you doing anything funnn!?


Birthday Bot!

happy happy birthday to youuuuuu!

I think I'm interesting because I am a BEASTLY yard sale queen!

u/bootsorhearts · 2 pointsr/comicbooks

In that case she might be interested in the recent Banana Guard Academy miniseries, featuring a character named Root Beer Guy. As well, though they don't take place in a shared universe, she might really like the Bee and Puppycat videos (though I haven't seen any of the new ones yet), which are created by a person who works on Adventure Time and who created Fiona and Cake - who have their own comics as well now that I think of it. Bee and Puppycat also has a comic :)

u/NCfanboy1 · 2 pointsr/stevenuniverse

There's going to be a [Graphic Novel] ( about something like that.

u/Valentinee105 · 2 pointsr/stevenuniverse

Here is a full list

You can find the trades for cheaper than a comic shop by going to amazon

Here for volume 1

Here for volume 2

Here is the Steven Universe & The Crystal Gems trade

Here is graphic novel 1

Here is graphic novel 2

There are also a bunch of scattered issues that will probably be collected into a trade eventually. 2 are 1-shots from the original series. And there is currently a new series that has 6 issues.

Also if you don't mind digital copies of the first two volumes you can get them here for even cheaper

u/SmashleyNom · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I've got a small collection of the minifigures and brushable ponies, as well as some great Funko figures. I've recently gotten into comic books a little bit, but have yet to pick up the My Little Pony comics, so I'd love to have this, or really anything from my My Little Pony wishlist.

Thanks for the contest :)

u/londonbeckett · 2 pointsr/mylittlepony

I would start with the first four issues:

The story is probably one of the best MLP stories I've ever read, show and comic combined.

The first four are by the team Andy Price and Katie Cook. Any MLP comic worked on by them I would recommend picking up.

u/ShokBox · 2 pointsr/mylittlepony

Only one? Shit, given just how many official MLP comic series there are now (there are at least 10 of them now, including the main series), that's a tough question to answer.

I guess if you have the money for it, you could go for one of the compilation books. This one, for example, contains the first 4 issues of the main series.

You can also look at online comic shops like Comixology. They usually offer some good deals.

u/vikingerik · 2 pointsr/mylittlepony

They're quite entertaining, a very underrated corner of the franchise.

The best way to buy them is to look for the trade paperback volumes, here's a link to the first one on Amazon. Those collect a story arc at a time and are easier to manage for buying and handling than single issues.

Or if you want digital copies, which are cheaper, look to Comixology. Reading comics is pretty painful on a phone screen though if that's going to be your method.

u/Tainted_Spawn · 2 pointsr/mylittlepony

Well you can check out some of these trade paper back editions.

First things to be available is volume one and volume two.

But if your also interested the Micro-series is going to be released in November.

Remember though there really is no value in the trade back if you are planning to re-sell. Good for the read, still though I find them good to get signed.

u/right_foot · 2 pointsr/Spiderman

Try Spider-Men. It just started, so you can probably find a few #1s, and it's a self-contained story (so-far). They tell you everything you need to know as it comes up. Also, it only goes for 5 issues, so it's a good, short story to start with. You might also want to pick up either the Original Ultimate Spider-Man Volume 1, or you can start with the relaunch with Ultimate Comics Spider-Man. I'd advise you start with the original, since the story line doesn't really start over with the new series, but you should be able to piece together the one or two things you don't get through context and maybe a little Googling. Now, I'm biased towards the Ultimate Universe, so you'll have to get your information regarding the mainstream Spider-Man from someone else.

u/hillsonn · 1 pointr/japan

Manga seems an obvious choice here, something like Yotsuba to could be fun. Others to check out are Kamikaze Girls and Nana

In terms of mythology and folk lore:

Lafcaido Hearn's ghost stories are quite fun.

As is this book on Japanese monsters - The Book of Yokai

Lastly, I am a literature person so I have to recommend at least one piece of literature. Perhaps something like Banana Yoshimoto's Kitchen or Soseki's I Am a Cat could be good a young reader and serve as an introduction to Japanese literature. Though admittedly the Soseki may a little much for 12 years old. It is a great book though!

u/jedispyder · 1 pointr/comicbooks

Your omnibus covers issues 1-19, and Omnibus #2 covers 20-33.

u/adamska2020 · 1 pointr/comicbooks

I only buy omnibuses or deluxe editions (aka oversized collections) from marvel and DC now. Marvel has gotten into the practice of putting four issues into a twenty dollar paperback, which is insanely over-priced.
For example, I recently bought the second volume in the over-sized collections of Invincible Iron Man by Matt Fraction for $20 on amazon. This volume had the same issues as three paperbacks combined, and the pages have a better quality to them and are larger than the paperbacks. If I had bought the crappy floppy paperbacks, I would have spent about fifteen dollars more. I saved money and got a better edition of the comic.
So good deals still exist, you just have to be patient.

u/Ryukyay · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

I don't remember specific names of the stories, but I do remember really liking Don Rosa's stories. He focuses more on Scrooge McDuck, but there is also some Donald and the kids in there.

u/Currently_at_work · 1 pointr/comicbooks

Especially the collection of Don Rosa's the life and times of scrooge mcduck and if you like it you can always check out the companion collection

Both very good and both suitable (and enjoyable) for all ages.

u/Peralton · 1 pointr/disney

Read The Life and Time of Scrooge McDuck by Don Rosa. It is a collection of issues 0-12 of the series (issues 285-297 of the comic) The original paperback is $$$ since its out of print, but the hardcover is more affordable if you get it used. Going to a comic shop is the best bet. I expect they will have it on their shelf for cover price. Heck, you can probably buy the original issues for cover price.

In the original Carl Barks stories Scrooge would often make outrageous claims like the fact that he was a cattleman in Australia, a 49er in California or encouraged Teddy Roosevelt to take up politics. When Don Rosa took up the series and it turns out there is no bigger Carl Barks fan than him. He did a series of comics elaborating on all those fun tidbits and put together a quintessential history of Uncle Scrooge that is beyond enjoyable. It's a great read and gives you fabulous insight into McDuck's character.

Original Paperback

Volume 1

Volume 2

u/crimsondarke · 1 pointr/comicbooks

I second Bone. Though might be a bit too much for a 6 year old as well. It is a big read. I honestly would recommend something that your niece would enjoy and even your nephew may as well: Tiny Titans. It's just a fun little book that even you might find enjoyable just for the pure silliness.

Welcome to the Treehouse

u/dorrekskrull · 1 pointr/batman

Here are a few suggestions:
Batman and Green Lantern
Batman and the Flash
Tiny Titans

There are also Batman: The Brave and the Bold books written for children

Good luck OP!

u/InkslingerS · 1 pointr/daddit

Marvel put out some great comics under the "Marvel Adventures" label that are great for younger readers. My favorite is Marvel Adventures: Avengers. Another are the Power Pack books. All are collected in nice digest-sized collections perfect for kids.

From DC, the trade paperbacks of Tiny Titans are worth tracking down, and there's a collection of the terrific Batman: Lil' Gotham coming out soon. My nephew is a huge fan of the Batman: Brave and the Bold cartoon, so I've been getting him some collections of the related comic series as birthday gifts. I also got him a copy of the DC Super-Pets Encyclopedia, and it was so cool I ordered my own copy.

u/jrau18 · 1 pointr/youngjustice

Comixology is gonna be your best bet on iOS or Android. But Comixology is owned by Amazon, and AFAIK, the entire collection is available on Kindle as well. And you can buy it on Amazon and read it in the Comixology app. So this, for example, sounds like what you're after. The second and third volumes are also available.

Comixology does have the collected editions, but they're more expensive. The choice is yours.

u/Ollin1 · 1 pointr/comicbooks
u/TheNormalMan · 1 pointr/zelda

These are great! For those that want a physical copy, Amazon has a really cheap official box set of the ones by Akira Himekawa. From what I remember, it is a pretty good translation. :)

u/DaKong · 1 pointr/zelda

Not sure where you're from, but it's still on sale at Amazon.

u/MrBison123 · 1 pointr/zelda

Hyrule Historia or the Manga boxset?
I own both, they are really well-written.

u/waffletoast · 1 pointr/writing

> I hope you know legend of zelda....

Of course. :P

Ah I see. Well I think that could be a fun comic to draw. You should read the Zelda manga comics for visual reference. For the story, I think you could make your comic unique from a lot of the other stuff out there by really focusing on making one of the characters compelling. I love Zelda, but I feel the characters are really flat in terms of development.

u/Patapown · 1 pointr/GameSale

No problem, oh and I have other Zelda things not mentioned (non games).

I have the Club Nintendo LBW poster set (,

as well as the Legend of Zelda Manga Box set with 1-10 volumes, complete.

(as shown here,
Let me know if those interest you!

u/xenapan · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hey! Listen!Your memory/triforce/princess is in another game! Oh and you got turned into a manga! Link has twinkle toes

u/Magnum40oz · 1 pointr/zelda
u/Indekkusu · 1 pointr/manga

>Since it is not avaiable for purchase anymore

The release date is January 2015.

u/anscott · 1 pointr/DBZDokkanBattle

You haven't read the manga?!

Go go go, buy buy buy!

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u/Tommy_Taylor_Lives · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This would be really nice.

u/ElGhost · 1 pointr/adventuretime

If you don't want it digitally, you're much better off getting the trade paperbacks, rather than the single issues.

This has the first 4 issues:

u/St4yingCl4ssy · 1 pointr/adventuretime

Do you know what they're called? I remember finding something similar but it wouldn't give me info on what issues they have.
Is this right?

u/beachbum662 · 1 pointr/adventuretime

on amazon
also, i work for barnes and noble and thought id snag an employee discount if theyre out, but it states the same release date on our site =/

u/LLJKCicero · 1 pointr/Fantasy

> Picture books and chapter books appreciated! :)

Does that include graphic novels? Finding comic books for kids that feel like 'standard' fantasy (swords & sorcery/high fantasy) has been surprisingly challenging. Oddly enough, the only one that I've found that really fits is the comic book version of A Link to the Past:

For non-standard fantasy that still uses many standard fantasy tropes, I really like Adventure Time:

And of course further off the path there's also Bone, Usagi Jimbo, and Amulet.

u/Way_Moby · 1 pointr/adventuretime

Yup. That's the first one. They're all called "Adventure Time Vol. [Whatever Number]".

Here's the second one:

And the third one:

u/PianoCube93 · 1 pointr/mylittlepony

You can either watch them on YouTune, download them, or you can buy them if you wish to support the creators.

u/Fenkirk · 1 pointr/mylittlepony

The ongoing series of 4 issue arcs.

I think this is the first one? It seems that everyone says all the comics are good and worth getting.

u/fallenpenguin · 1 pointr/MLPLounge

Well, not all at once, but there are paperbacks collecting the individual comics:

u/calmbrony · 1 pointr/mylittlepony

Physical copies look better imo. The colors are nicer. I you are willing to wait, get the Trade Paperbacks!

Volume 1 (Chrysalis Arc, which is awesome) is out here.

Volume 2 (Nightmare arc, personaly didn't like as much) will be out Sept. 24 here.

There will also be a compilation of the mane 6 micro series in November here.
The Rarity and the Pinkie comic were both top notch, while the others varied from good to mediocre (depending who you ask). But it is a good price for 6 comics!

Issue 9 was great, Volume 3 is looking like it will be awesome (no date yet for that one).

u/Kafke · 0 pointsr/zelda


Edit: cleaned up the link.

u/SpocksterX · 0 pointsr/pics