Poetry Comix reaches lucky issue thirteen with an assortment of nursery rhymes based upon the French children's song "Ah! vous dirai-je, maman". All the leftover strips from Pride Month 2018 are also included here. Further delights include pieces by Emily Dickinson, Sara Teasdale, Wang Wei, and more. There's also a sonnet composed by the artist himself.
Camping adventures with the family create memories that last a lifetime, but roughing it in the wild can be difficult with small kids. Make this year's camping trip easier than ever with this selection of great outdoor gear and camping supplies for kids. From kid-sized air mattresses to folding booster seats, these are the best camping finds for families.
You gotta catch 'em all! The highly anticipated live action film, Pokémon Detective Pikachu hits theaters on May 10th, and fans are already eager to get their hands on movie merchandise. But what keeps kids and parents so passionate about the famous Japanese characters? "The ever-expanding Pokémon franchise has been a beacon for kids and kids at heart since the original video games launched more than 20 years ago," says J.C. Smith, Senior Director of Consumer Marketing of The Pokémon Company International. "Since its introduction, the beloved animation series, the ever-popular Pokémon Trading Card Game, Pokémon GO and a wide variety of video games and apps have offered fans a variety of ways to engage with our iconic collection of Pokémon like Pikachu. With its family-friendly messages of sportsmanship, friendship and community, Pokémon is a brand that parents know and trust."
It is this reason that longtime gaming fans and new Pokémon lovers are buzzing about the soon-to-be-released feature film. "Pokémon is on the same level as Super Mario Bros. and Pac-Man," adds James Zahn, Toy Expert and Senior Editor of The Pop Insider. "It's never gone away, and it's constantly being reinvented to stay fresh and relevant. When Detective Pikachu was announced, there was a collective eyebrow raised at the prospect of Ryan Reynolds playing a version of the iconic yellow creature. When that first trailer hit, audiences could see exactly why he's perfect for the part. It's so absurd that it's genius. This will be a great chance for parents and kids to connect at the movies." And for those die-hard fans, we've rounded up the latest Pokémon launches and hot-sellers that will soon be flying off store shelves. We guarantee that super-sleuth Pikachu fans won't have to search hard to find these fun pieces!
With summer just a few weeks away, families are going to want to forgo the indoors in favor of spending time outside. While your family may have a few vacations planned, there really is nothing better than spending time relaxing in your own backyard and creating lasting memories with your children. Of course, parents have a lot on their plates already so committing to a full backyard renovation might not be in the schedule (or the budget). Luckily, Walmart has everything parents need to create an oasis right in their very own outdoor space. From swings to firepits (and even stylish storage solutions), here are eight ways busy parents can create the backyard of their dreams!
If you have a hard time getting your teen or tween boy to dress up for special occasions, don't worry, you're not alone. We've rounded up a few staple pieces to add to your son's wardrobe that will have him feeling stylish and not dorky.
Summer is right around the corner. In addition to planning camps for your kids, vacations and maybe a little time to relax for yourself, moms will also want to think about updating their beauty routine for the season. While summer is a time for fun in the sun, it's that very sun that can also be dangerous for our skin, which can cause burns and early signs of aging. Because moms are already stretched thin and overtired, we really don't need any added wrinkles from the sun. That's why we love these nine beauty products from Walmart that also protect us with broad-spectrum SPF. From concealers to lotions and even lipstick, these nine SPF-infused beauty products will be lifesavers for moms this summer.
If it's time to purchase your child a phone, you need to know your options. Whether you're getting a beginner phone for your elementary-aged kid or upgrading to a more high-tech phone for your teen or tween, here are the best options.
Humidifiers can be helpful for adults and kids who have allergies and whose sinuses are aggravated by dry air. Although humid air can offer short-term relief for irritated sinuses, allergens like mold and dust mites can thrive in air that is too humid or humidifiers that aren't cleaned regularly. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for the best allergy-relieving results. Both warm mist and cool mist humidifiers can provide allergy relief, it's up to personal preference which you choose to use. If you're looking for the best humidifiers for allergies, check out these products from retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Target.
Pleasing teenage girls can often be a challenge, especially when it comes to helping them pick out clothes or room decor. If you have a teenager who loves boho style and is in need of a little bedroom revamp, look no further. Your teen will be shocked at how well you know the boho trend when she sees these gypsy-inspired bedroom picks.
We are so excited that some of our favorite luxe baby brands are now available at Walmart. These mom-loved brands are now at our go-to store. This means everything just got that much easier, which is great considering life with a new baby is just that much harder. Plus, not only can current parents shop for these amazing items, expecting parents can now create one registry that includes everything they need from low-to-high price points, all in one place. Whether you're shopping for nursery items like cribs or something for yourself, like a chic diaper bag, Walmart has got all your needs covered!
Game of Thrones frenzy is at an all time high as fans get ready to bid farewell to the Seven Kingdoms with the final season. As we gear up for the last episode ever (OMG!) we've rounded up some great baby gifts to keep the battle raging on! While we know this is not a show for kids, we do know you get just a few years to dress your kids in whatever you want to before they start to have their own opinion. These gifts include funny onesies, character blankets and more! We've rounded up the fiercest gifts for your little Arya or Jon Snow.
LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Batman USB Booklite. When its as dark as midnight in Gotham, keep on enjoying that gripping book or fa...scinating website with this LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes reading light. It features a handy clip-on design and runs on USB... read more
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The prequel to the number one bestselling Attack on Titan and winner of the Diamond Gem Award for best manga continues! KEEP YOUR ...FRIENDS CLOSE As the days dwindle before the Survey Corps' last chance at an expedition, the need to train with their new... read more
As the title implies, Poetry Comix presents comic book adaptations of classic poems. The first issue includes pieces by William Bl...ake, Edgar Allan Poe, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Christina Rossetti, Kabir, Anne Bradstreet, William Shakespeare, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Alexander Pope, Emily Dickinson, Lewis Carroll, Phillis Wheatley, and others. read more
Issue eight of Poetry Comix includes the remainder of 2016's horror month series. As such, this comic has a higher-than-average ra...tio of the spooky, the haunted, and the macabre. Also inside are pieces from William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Sappho, Kabir, and many more. read more
The sixth issue of Poetry Comix marks the one-year anniversary of the series. This is indicated by the introduction of long-demand...ed color pieces. Christina Rossetti's "The Rainbow" and Du Fu's "Evening" get watercolor treatments while Georgia Douglas Johnson's "My Little Dreams" and Robert Herrick's "To The Virgins, To Make Much Of Time" are rendered in colored ink. This issue also includes adaptations of "Wulf & Eadwacer", several nursery rhymes, and pieces written by Emily Dickinson, Rentaro Taki, Gaius Valerius Catullus, and many others. read more
Poetry Comix #11 collects the remaining "Black History Month" posts that weren't compiled in the tenth issue; this includes pieces... by Paul Laurence Dunbar, Countee Cullen, and Thomas W. Talley. The fan-favorite "Sagi" is also within these pages. This e-book is filled out with poems by Henrey David Thoreau, Emily Dickinson, Abu Tammam, Du Mu, Sara Teasdale, Friedrich Schiller, and many more. read more
Poetry Comix is back with another assortment of adaptations pulled from literature's most noteworthy wordsmiths as well as obscuri...ties from yesteryear. This issue features plenty of African-American poets; Phyllis Wheatley, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Countee Cullen, Georgia Douglas Johnson, and more. Also included are pieces by Shakespeare, D.H. Lawrence, Rumi, Edgar Allan Poe, and Emily Dickinson. read more
The Weird Sisters' lyric from Macbeth and Satan's speech from Paradise Lost are the focal points for the ninth issue of Poetry Com...ix. Also, Petrarch and Li He make their Poetry Comix debut. Plus, comic book adaptations of poems by Sappho, Emily Dickinson, HP Lovecraft, Sara Teasdale, and many more. read more
Poetry Comix #12 breaks new ground by including a piece written by the artist himself. Of course, famous figures like Emily Dickin...son, William Carlos Williams, Robert Frost, Rumi, and Kabir are also present. Poetry Comix' posts for Pride Month, which includes pieces written by Lord Byron, Sappho, Oscar Wilde, and Marguerite Radclyffe Hall, make up the rest of the issue. Another highlight is an excerpt from Heinrich Hoffmann's brutal children's book 'Der Struwwelpeter'. read more
Issue three of Poetry Comix includes a full-length comics adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven". Also featured are pieces ba...sed on works by Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Sir John Suckling, Christina Georgina Rossetti, and many more. read more
This issue of Poetry Comix is distinguished by a full length rendition of Edward Lear's "The Owl And The Pussycat", Gelett Burgess...' "The Purple Cow", and the oldest-known drafts of several nursery rhymes. Conversely, there are two morbid pieces by Stephen Crane and a number of files salvaged from Poetry Comix' 2016 Halloween month. All that, plus tang poetry, haiku, and a few surprises. read more
Poetry Comix finally gets around to adapting a piece by Robert Frost. There's also poetry by Dorothy Parker, Matsuo Bashō, Abraham... Lincoln, Christina Rossetti, Meng Haoran, L. Frank Baum, and many more. Also included are a German Christmas carol, an Iroquois prayer, and a watercolor take on a popular nursery rhyme. read more
Poetry Comix returns through the magic of popular demand. This issue presents more comic book adaptations of classic poetry. The p...oets featured in Poetry Comix #2 include luminaries such as W.B. Yeats, Emily Dickinson, William Shakespeare, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, and Oscar Wilde. Also included, however, are overlooked wordsmiths like Celia Thaxter and Joshua Henry Jones Jr. read more
Issue four of Poetry Comix includes an adaptation of the holiday perennial "A Visit From St. Nicholas". Also inside is a vision of... the Apocalypse from the King James version of the Bible. Rounding things out are shorter pieces written by Kabir, Emma Lazarus, Chief Joseph, Elinor Wylie, William Collins, Meera Bai, Anne Locke, Li Bai, Lord Byron, and T.S. Eliot. There's also a Jack Kirby-styled rendition of Walt Whitman's "O Captain, My Captain". read more
Straight from the glory of Comics' Greatest World, Frank "Titan" Wells, Amazing Grace, and the Agents of Change are back, baby! Bu...t you've never seen them like this! Superstar writer Joe Casey--along with the widest array of artistic talent this side of the Renaissance--gives superhero comics a back-alley facelift, as these very different champions confront cosmic threats, personal demons, superheroes' role as global activists, an alien love invasion, and the strangest virtual reality you've ever experienced--but not before they face the end of the world as we know it! Collects Catalyst Comix #1-#9! read more
The first of a torrential barrage of collaborations between Lance Danger Coleman and Alan "OH AHH" Masingill
"_Catalyst Comix_ is getting hot, with another 32 pages of pure superhero swagger! Amazing Grace discovers a deep, dark secret! Th...e Agents of Change bust some sick moves! And newly enlightened Franks Wells's public bed-in becomes a fight with more than just pillows! It's three times the super! Cover by Paul Pope (_100%_, _Batman: Year 100_)! Artists Dan McDaid (_Doctor Who_), Ulises Farinas (_Gamma_), and Paul Maybury (_Aqua Leung_)! Three story lines for the price of one! ""I have seen the future of superhero comic books, and it's called _Catalyst Comix_.""Comics The Gathering ""I think the artist line-up alone sells the book for me.""Joe Casey, writer ""Writer Joe Casey seems bent on exploring the seedier side of life in his work these days.""Comic Book Resources" read more
Take a candy-colored head trip through koan-fusing adaptations of psychedelic memes, both ancient & modern, in this magically cura...ted comix collection! Come explore the outer reaches of inner space! #FINDTHEOTHERS :))) read more
It's all come down to this! The Agents of Change smash their way through a hellish mindscape, Grace dukes it out with an alien inv...asion force, and Frank Wells stands up to the biggest bully of them all! Make yours Dark Horse with the greatest issue yet of _Catalyst Comix_! * _Catalyst_'s first arc reaches its mind-altering conclusion! * Joe Casey (_Sex_, _The Bounce_)! * Cover by Brendan McCarthy (_The Zaucer of Zilk_)! read more
"The hits come harder and faster, with 28 big pages of modern-age madness! In this earth-shattering issue, Amazing Grace goes gala...ctic, Frank Wells practices transcendental annihilation, and the Agents of Change stick it to reality! Joe Casey (_Sex_, _GÃ¸dland_) rewrites the rules of supercomics! Artists Dan McDaid (_Doctor Who_), Ulises Farinas (_Gamma_), and Paul Maybury (_Aqua Leung_) tear it up! Cover by Brendan McCarthy (_The Zaucer of Zilk_)! ""I have seen the future of superhero comic books, and it's called _Catalyst Comix_.""Comics The Gathering ""_Catalyst Comix_ cements Dark Horse's place as a major player in superhero comics.""Onion, A.V. Club" read more
In 2010, Professor John Jennings and Dr. Damian Duffy compiled and published a 176-page collection of art and essays celebrating t...he vibrant African American independent comics community. Black Comix featured over 50 contributors, including Dawud Anyabwile, Eric Battle, Kenji Marshall, Afua Richardson, Larry Stroman, Rob Stull, Lance Tooks, and many, many more. It met high praise throughout the industry and quickly sold through its respectable print run despite interest and demand—used copies now fetch $60-150 on Amazon and eBay. Flash-forward eight years: the comic industry has changed a lot since then, and the amount of African American talent continues to grow and amaze. While huge strides in diversity have been made, John and Damian felt the time was right for another spotlight on the topic. Rather than simply reprinting the first edition, considering the number of fresh new voices and changes in the industry, a whole new volume felt necessary. This massive volume will be a brand-new milestone spotlight on the amazing diversity in comics today. read more
Frank Wells saved the world, but now what?! Amazing Grace fights for life in a cosmic coma! And the Agents of Change have a superh...ero encounter session! Don't miss the second smash issue of the baddest comic on the stands! Masterminded by Joe Casey (_Sex_, _GÃ¸dland_) with art team Dan McDaid, Ulises Farinas, and Paul Maybury! Dan McDaid's art continues to wow with lots of energy. Comic Book Resources Joe Casey is good at bringing reinvigorating ideas to the table . . . [he] doesn't like to play in that sandbox so much as kick a lot of dirt around within the confines of that sandbox, and that's wonderful.David Brothers, ComicsAlliance read more
"Straight from the glory of Comics' Greatest World, Frank ""Titan"" Wells, Amazing Grace, and the Agents of Change are back, baby!... But you've never seen them like this! Superhero comics get a back-alley facelift as these very different champions confront cosmic threats and personal demonsand it all starts at the end of the world as we know it! Masterminded by Joe Casey (_Sex, GÃ¸dland, Baker the Righteous Maker_)! Wraparound series covers from Rafael GrampÃ¡, Paul Pope, and Brendan McCarthy! Artists Dan McDaid (_Doctor Who_), Ulises Farinas (_Glory_), and Paul Maybury (_Aqua Leung_)! Joe Casey is good at bringing reinvigorating ideas to the table . . . [he] doesn't like to play in that sandbox so much as kick a lot of dirt around within the confines of that sandbox, and that's wonderful. ComicsAlliance" read more
Get into Comix is an autobiographical love-letter to punk rock and self-publishing, Rendered in a style reminiscent of the Golden ...Age of the underground comix movement, the story focuses on the author's journey from wallflower-child, to angst ridden teen, to misanthropic adult, and his evolving relationship with music and art. read more