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Trumpeting the yearlong 10th-anniversary celebration of its Graphix imprint, Scholastic has announced new projects from Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm, Kazu Kibuishi, Raina Telgemeier and Mike Maihack.
The brother-sister team of Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm (Babymouse, Squish) have created a Sunny Side Up, a semi-autobiographical for readers ages 8 to 12, set for release Aug. 25, the same date as Craig Thompson’s previously announced Space Dumplins.
On the heels of agreements with Seven Seas Entertainment and UDON Entertainment, comiXology announced at Comic-Con International that it has signed a digital-distribution agreement for Scholastic’s Graphix imprint.
Launched in 2005 with color editions of Jeff Smith’s bestselling Bone, the line publishes graphic novels for ages 6 to 14. All nine volumes of Bone are available for download from comiXology.
Men and women working with dogs in military actions has been going on for decades in the United States; the practice actually goes back centuries. And it’s something writer Sheila Keenan and artist Nathan Fox are celebrating in the upcoming graphic novel Dogs of War.
Scheduled to be published this fall from Scholastic’s Graphix imprint with colors by Rico Renzi, Dogs of War follows stories of canine military heroes from World War I, World War II and the Vietnam War, and focuses on the bonds between those animals and their human partners. Fresh off his work on Heavy Metal’s Flourescent Black graphic novel and at Marvel on Dark Reign: Zodiac, Fox is teasing Dog of War on his Twitter page with art, such as the panels above. We dug around and for
two three full pages, shown below.