Market Monday: All-Ages New Releases - April 9, 2014
Disney Fairies vol. 14: Tinker Bell and Blaze, written by Tea Orsi, art by Manuela Razzi, Marina Braggio, and Roberta Zanotta
Tinker Bell is Pixie Hollow’s best tinker and she’s always on the lookout for new lost objects that she can turn into amazing, magical inventions! But when Tink goes on a scavenger hunt at the beach, she forgets to invite her firefly friend Blaze. Can these two repair their friendship, or will Blaze leave Pixie Hollow forever? Plus: eleven more exciting tales of faith, trust, and pixie dust!
Martin Luther King, Jr.: Great Civil Rights Leader, written by Jennifer Fandel
The Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s had a charismatic and literate speaker in its leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. From his pulpit as a Baptist minister to meetings with Presidents, Dr. King spoke forcefully for the need for every American to be equal, regardless of creed or color.
Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott, written by Connie Colwell Miller
An avalanche begins with a pebble, and the “pebble” for the Civil Rights Movement was an unassuming woman named Rosa Parks. After a long day at work, she was told to move to the back of the city bus because of her skin color, but Rosa Parks refused because she was tired. Her defiance of the bus line’s rules led to a boycott of public transportation system until the bus line changed their discriminatory policies.
My Little Pony: Friends Forever #4, art by Amy Mebberson
Twilight Sparkle plans to spend some much needed quality time with her brother, Shining Armor, in the Crystal Empire. However, when a mysterious ghost starts haunting the castle, the siblings will have to use all of their combined monster knowledge to save the day!
Regular Show: Skips #6 by Mad Rupert
It’s the final issue and things are crashing down! Will Skips and Ted be able to figure out how to get out of this never-ending cycle of park torture? They might have finally gotten a handle on Mordecai and Rigby but the problem is going to end up being a lot more complicated than that…
Samurai Jack #7, art by Brittney Williams
Samurai Jacqueline and the Scotswoman fight giants and wee folk alike as they struggle to free themselves from the gender-bending curse of the leprechauns. Cartoon Network’s hit animated series continues at IDW!