In Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Jem and The Holograms" #15, the band must find a way to stop Silica, and they both give and receive help from an unlikely ally: the Misfits.
In Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Jem and the Holograms" #13, Blaze makes her debut with the Misfits while Jem and the Holograms struggle to break free of Dark Jem's spell.
Designers mash up NBA teams with classic cartoons to create logos for a brightly colored world where the New York Ghostbusters might play the Bedrock Flintstones.
In "Jem and the Holograms" #12, Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell continue to spread the Dark Jem virus, even as the Misfits sign a replacement for Pizzazz and the tour hits its first stop.
More than 40 French publishers signed a statement saying they won't attend next year's Angouleme International Comics Festival unless there are significant changes to the way it's run.
Kelly Thompson and Corin Howell's "Jem and the Holograms" #10 not only gives the spotlight to Rio, but also lets us learn more about the Misfits (especially Jetta and Roxy) and gives us a story about journalistic integrity.
These certainly aren't the best films of the year, but they're better than critics might lead you to you believe.
Three burglars were in and out of the Pop Culture Company in just three minutes, making off with the register, the safe and more.
Kelly Thompson and Emma Vieceli wrap up "Virus!" in "Jem and the Holograms" #9 as the costume party kicks into high gear, and there are several literal cliffhangers ahead.
The West Philadelphia store will close after six years to focus attention on its Eisner-winning work as a publisher.