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Hey Kids! Comics! An Autumn Overload!

Below are some comic strip and cartoon books scheduled for September 2022 release.
Images and links (mostly) via Amazon,
though ordering through your local comic or independent book store is a good idea.

 


Nothing Echoes like an Empty Mailbox  (more about the USPS book)

 

 
Ink, Blood, and Linseed Oil 

 


Celebrating 30 Years of Nature’s Favorite Comic! 

 

 
Crabgrass: Comic Adventures 

 

 
The Twisted History of the GOP 

 

 
One Cup at a Time

 

 
The Art of Lou Fine

 


Big Nate: Release the Hounds!

 

 
Invisible Presence

 


Bingeworthy: A Zits Treasury 

 


Rupert Annual 2023

 


Victory!: Propaganda Cartoons from World War II

 


Pickles Tails Volume II

 


Cryptid Club

 


Living & Dying in America

 


Genius, Isolated: The Life and Art of Alex Toth (reissue)

 


The Wisdom of Dog

 


The Chronicles of Deltovia

 


Bedtime Jitters

 


Rube Goldberg and His Amazing Machines (paperback edition)

 


Bear With Me: (It’s Been a Rough Day)

 


Anatomy of Comics

 


The Pigeon Will Ride the Roller Coaster!

 


The Berenstain Bears: The Wonderful Scents of Christmas

 


It’s So Magic (new hardcover edition)

 

 
The Best of EC Comics Artisan Edition

 

 
I am Superman

 

 
Everything Is OK

 

 
The Lowbrow Art of Robert Williams (new hardcover edition)

 

 
When We Were Very Young (new hardcover edition)

 

 
V. T. Hamlin’s Alley Oop Book Five: Chief Bighorn 

 

 
Moo, Baa, Fa La La La La! (new book)
Pookie’s Thanksgiving (new imprint)
Pajama Time! (new imprint)

 

 
Dr. Seuss’s Ultimate Beginning Reader Collection

 

 
What If? 2: Additional Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions

 

 
Former Guy: Doonesbury in the Time of Trumpism

 

 
Prince Valiant Vol. 25: 1985-1986

 

 
top & bottom images © Peanuts Worldwide

 

Community Comments

#1 Sean Cleary
September/15/2022
@ 9:12 am

you are missing an event: the comics are invading other comics and it has been going on for days

#2 Katherine Collins
September/15/2022
@ 11:04 am

Lotso goodies, but if I can have only one, I’ll take RUPERT!! I’ve been getting the new Rupert book every year since 1952. And I still have them all, of course, plus reprints of many of the earlier ones. Rupert helped to shape my world view, and I’m the better for it. Hooray for Rupert!!

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